JUNIOR SCHOOL

TRUGANINA

The Junior School at Truganina has been purpose-built to cater for students from the Preparatory level to Year 6. It is located at Truganina in the rapidly growing western suburbs, approximately 20 minutes from the Melbourne CBD.

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JUNIOR SCHOOL

WILLIAMSTOWN

The Williamstown Campus of Westbourne Grammar School caters for Junior School students from Preparatory level to Year 3. Located in the inner city suburb of Newport, some 13 kms from the Melbourne CBD, it overlooks both the bay and the city.

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SENIOR SCHOOL

TRUGANINA

The main School campus is at Truganina and is located on 36 hectares of land. The School offers landscaped gardens, lakes and an abundance of sporting facilities.

 

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ABOUT

 

When it comes to education, we all want what is best for our children. As one of the leading co-educational private schools in Melbourne, Westbourne Grammar School is an excellent choice for parents in search of a school that offers a dynamic curriculum whilst also instilling core values such as honesty, integrity, respect and self-responsibility.

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VCE RESULTS

 

The excellent VCE results achieved by our Class of 2016 are a reflection of hard work and commitment. The School is extremely proud of what each student has accomplished throughout the year, not only academically but also in numerous sporting, cultural, leadership and service activities.
‘Working with these confident and focused young people has been a tremendous experience,’ says Principal, Meg Hansen. ‘

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Are you searching through co-ed private schools in Melbourne’s west? Trying to find an exceptional independent school within commuting distance of Geelong? Westbourne Grammar School is an excellent choice. To find out more about enrolling, feel free to contact us today on (03) 9731 9444 or (03) 9731 9555. Alternatively, send us a message via our contact page.

CURRICULUM

 

The academic program at Westbourne Grammar School aims to instil a lifelong commitment to growth through learning. Through a variety of targeted, meaningful, open-ended and differentiated learning experiences, coupled with Westbourne’s highly successful Teaching Model (based on current, rigorous academic research) students become more independent, articulate, confident and reflective learners. They are encouraged to work collaboratively and to make their learning visible. Making learning visible means reflecting, documenting and collaborating to develop deeper understanding and to create and frame a collective body of knowledge that informs future learning.

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HISTORY

 

Opened in 1867 to meet the growing educational needs of Melbourne’s west, the School’s early decades were quite challenging; with financial concerns, a temporary closure and the lack of permanent, purpose-built facilities being ongoing issues.

What would prove to be a turning point in the School’s history occurred in 1911 with the appointment of Mabel Molland. A young teacher of enormous ability, she would become principal in 1914 and, for the next fifty years, would be instrumental in keeping the School going.

From 1915 to 1955, classes were held in the Holy Trinity Church hall in Williamstown and then, from 1956, at Monomeith, a Victorian mansion on The Strand. By the mid-1970s, plans were underway to grow the school and build at Truganina.

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