Lauren Matthews, Board Member and the President of the Old Kilvonian’s Association, speaks with former student, Syliva Hoskings, Assistant Principle of Double Bass with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, about her time at Kilvington, her journey to where she is today, and some advice for current Kilvington students.
Today our 2015 student leaders were inducted in a ceremony held in Dalton Hall attended by students, staff and families. Congratulations to the following students who have been elected to represent our student body in 2015.
The world of social media is second nature to our teenagers. Their digital identity is one that is very important and highly valued. Whilst this is, at times, hard for those of us of a different generation to accept and understand, the reality is that this is the way of life for our teens.
On 20 October, the Mayor of Glen Eira, Neil Pilling, attended a special ceremony at Kilvington to honour students who had been nominated for the Glen Eira Student Achievement Awards.
Anxiety relating to exams and tests can often mean that information that you would ordinarily know suddenly disappears into the ether when under pressure. Here are some strategies to help you stay calm rather than panic when reading page 1 of your exam paper.
“The Indonesian Study Tour was a real eye-opener. Indonesia is home to 250 million people so the streets were always busy and full of life. This trip gave me a real understanding of their lives and culture.” Ruby Tighe-Martin, Year 9
On 17 October, Kilvington’s new Middle School Centre of Excellence was officially opened by The Hon Andrew Robb AO MP, Member for Goldstein, in the presence of our Year 9 students, staff, Board members, local government representatives, and members of the School community.