We are very excited and proud to be hosting the first Code Camp in Australia in the September holidays, but what is code and why should we encourage our students to learn it?
Lauren Matthews, the current Deputy Chair of the Kilvington Board of Governors and the President of the Old Kilvonian’s Association, speaks with former student, Margot Moore, about her time at Kilvington, her journey to where she is today, and some advice for current Kilvington students.
For several years now, Kilvington Grammar School has been a proud sponsor of the Melbourne Press Club and students are regularly invited to attend events by Principal Jon Charlton.
The school holidays are nearly here and we are all looking forward to a well-earned break, however Melbourne is a great place for kids activities and we’ve picked some of the best of what’s on this July.
When students start secondary school they are usually very positive and optimistic about school. Then things can start to get harder, a bit more challenging, maybe they get a bad mark and become discouraged, or maybe their friends start to influence their attitude. Some students are able to overcome these challenges, while others let it affect their attitude and application to school.
This week many of our students will be taking part in exams. Whether it’s NAPLAN or practise tests, this can be a challenging time for both students and their families, some of whom will be experiencing anxiety and stress.
The senior school production of The Wiz opens tomorrow night, so we went behind the scenes to interview the lead players to learn more about these talented students.