Sharing Best Practice in Gippsland
Over 400 educators, allied health professionals and parents were welcomed when St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School opened its doors recently for the Sharing Best Practice Gippsland conference.
Focusing on the Science of Learning and High Impact Teaching, keynote speakers Professor Emeritus Stephen Dinham, Associate Professor Lorraine Hammond and Head of Practice Lyn Stone from Lifelong Literacy, inspired and informed delegates who travelled from all over Australia.
A group of committed and talented educators hosted 25 break-out sessions that created opportunities for insightful learning, stimulating discussions and networking. Head of St Paul’s Traralgon Junior School, Tracey King, was delighted with the response to the event. “The feedback from the conference has been overwhelmingly positive and it was a wonderful way to kick start our holidays,” she said.
Tracey also commended and thanked two St Paul’s representatives who hosted one of the break-out sessions. “Congratulations and thanks go to Rachael Geerts and Rick Battista who represented St Paul’s and delivered a workshop on explicit instruction which was one of the most popular and well-attended sessions of the day,” she said.
In a heartwarming effort, students at St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School’s Traralgon Campus gathered a 1,908 food can collection for this year’s Traralgon Rotary Club’s Give a Damn – Give a Can campaign.
Soon, there will be a new place to learn in Drouin. For parents thinking about where their child might start their educational journey, St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School is hosting an Information Evening about its new Drouin Early Learning Centre and Primary School set to open its doors in 2025.
The Years 5/6 Mixed Soccer team from St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School is poised to put their skills to the test at the School Sport Victoria (SSV) State Championships.
Music students from St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School collaborated with students from other SEISA schools in Gippsland and South-East Melbourne to create harmonies and showcase their musical talent at the annual SEISA Music Festival.
St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School student Georgia recently competed at the 2023 Equestrian Victoria Interschool State Championships at Werribee Park National Equestrian Centre.
St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School’s Academy of Music students captivated the audience with their musical abilities at this year’s Kammer Konzert, leaving all attendees wanting more.
Construction of a $10 million Futures Centre at St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School is well underway and has great significance to former student, Jye Neilson, who is returning to the school as part of the building project team.
St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School’s Easter Egg Hunts are all about community.
Students have an exciting new musical opportunity in pipes and drums as part of St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School’s Academy of Music.
St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School celebrated new beginnings with an official sod-turning event at the site of the school’s new Early Learning Centre and Primary School in Drouin on 10 March.