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Handwork from Term 3

The children, students and parents were very industrious in handwork and textiles last term

Handwork from Term 3

The children, students and parents were very industrious in handwork and textiles last term

Class 2 Spring Festival

The rain may have cancelled the Spring Festival

Class 2 Eurythmy

Parents were treated to a beautiful display and explanation of some of the term's Eurythmy and dance work

Year 7 Polynesia Main lesson

Year 7 made these Polynesian shields during their Visual Arts lessons

Paddling to school

Year 12 students, Mitch Wood and Ed Bacon, decided to try an alternative travelling option to school recently

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Sunset Soiree - Save the Date!

Please join us for the 2017 Sunset Soiree to celebrate the start of the new school year and to welcome the many new parents joining our Glenaeon Community in 2017.

Year 10 Surfing

We took Year 10 surfing at Long Reef Beach and had a great first session!

Welcome Assembly

At the Middle Cove assembly this week, students were lucky enough to hear our resident pianist, Stuart Wright, playing Widmung.

Blackboard of the Week

This week's blackboard comes from the Class 3 Hebrew Mythology Main Lesson.

Class 5 in knots

Jonathon Wicker was teaching Class 6 survival skills this week during their gardening lesson.

Year 7 mural

This is a photo of this year's Year 7 study of perspective drawing, culminating in a mural outside their classroom as a gift for Year 7 2017!

Doctors Without Borders

Glenaeon's PDHPE teacher, Jonas Stoebe, has a brother, who works for Doctors without Borders and he came in to school this week to talk to Year 9.

Shepherds Play 2016

This photo was taken at The Shepherds Play, performed with humour, talent and great love by our wonderful teachers.

Earth Stewardship

Year 8's current Main Lesson is all about caring for and understanding our Earth.

Year 8 Project Presentations

This photo was taken at the Year 8 Project Presentation night last Friday, in the Sylvia Brose Hall.

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