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Glenaeon's War on Waste

Hall curtains repurposed

Glenaeon's War on Waste

Hall curtains repurposed

Garden sculptures

Our Middle Cove garden is resplendent with some new sculptures

Class 6 recycling our trees

Class 6 are learning all about reusing the trees

Class 4 carve runes with intention

Class 4 have been carving runes

Glenaeon hosts Japanese students from Kiyosu

Glenaeon hosted Japanese students from Kiyosu this week

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Blackboard Art

Our Year 7 Guardian Brendan Strobl sent through this photograph of one of the many creative blackboard drawings he has done at Glenaeon.

Upcoming School Tours

This week we will be holding our first school tours of 2015. Please join us for a tour of our beautiful campuses and discover more about the unique education we offer.

New Attendance Regulations

The Department of Education has brought in new regulations on attendance. In the past, families taking time off from school during term completed a Certificate of Exemption which indicated approved Leave.

Duke of Edinburgh Prep Camp

Year 9 have now embarked on the Bronze Level journey of the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award for 2015.

Parent Teacher Meetings

We have a number of Guardian and Parent Teacher meetings happening in the next few weeks. These meetings are a great opportunity to meet your child's Guardian or Class Teacher for 2015 and learn how they will be supporting the wellbeing of the students.

Sunset Soiree

Last Friday we hosted over 100 Glenaeon parents and staff at our annual Sunset Soiree! This is a very special event that welcomes the many new families joining our community and celebrates the start of the New Year.

Sunset Soireé

A friendly reminder that the Sunset Soireé will be held this Friday. Please join us for canapes and drinks at the Marian Mahony Griffin Hall at Castlecrag to welcome in the new school year.

Year 7 Surprise

Year 7 enjoyed a final surprise this morning to end their Wish, Wonder and Surprise Main Lesson. Morning classes were held on the basketball courts instead of in the classroom, and were finished up with a delicious shared morning tea.

Shepherds Play

Each year we continue the tradition of the Shepherds Play as a community and non-denominational celebration of the Christmas festival. The play has its origins in the York cycle of Mystery plays from the Middle Ages, so we are continuing a very long tradition.

Artisan Program Display

The Hall foyer was transformed today into a spectacular show of works from the Artisan program. On display were mirrors, lights, bird baths, boxes, cushions, glassworks and more.

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