‘Quod Bonum Tenete: Hold fast that which is good’. This timeless motto sits proudly on our school crest to remind our school community to not only consider the past but to also strive for personal excellence now and into the future.
We are proudly co-educational from K-12 with leading-edge programs and targeted teaching to meet individual needs. We also offer day and boarding facilities for local and international students.
Our dedicated teachers nurture and inspire each of our students to be their individual best. Our academic excellence is complemented by a wide array of co-curricular activities tailored to enable students to learn, grow and flourish.
Our positive learning environment and engaging personalised programs are spread across four key learning areas: Junior Years (3YO Kindergarten-Year 4), Middle Years (Years 5-8), Pre Senior Year (Year 9) and Senior Years (Years 10-12), with single gender classes in Years 7-9 for Maths and English.
Music plays a central role in the educational and cultural life of Peninsula Grammar. We offer a contemporary music education that is both stimulating and relevant to each child. Directed by Dr Richard Vaudrey, Peninsula Grammar’s music department presents over 30 concerts per year, including the incredibly popular Peninsula Grammar Presents concert series which brings leading artists from around Australia and the world to our very own Performing Arts Centre on campus: peninsulagrammarmusic.com/.
Peninsula Grammar has an enviable reputation in sport, delivering a program that creates opportunity for all. Our sporting program encourages multisport participation in a fun, engaging and progressively challenging atmosphere. We offer quality coaching at all age levels and develop fundamental skills that can transfer between sports. Our Director of Sport, Shona Middleton, inspires a generation of students who love sport. Students are also provided with an avenue to fulfil their own athletic potential.
Our teachers and students are active members of our community. We invest in students’ personal growth and well-being and we encourage each of our students to diligently pursue their passions.
Our Open Day on October 17 from 9-11am is student-led and provides a great opportunity for visitors to experience our vibrant co-educational school environment.
As soon as you enter our school gates you will be able to feel our community spirit, see our collaborative and creative classrooms and be able to enjoy our innovative facilities and green landscape.
To experience our Open Day on October 17, bookings are preferred. Please register your interest via our website at www.peninsulagrammar.vic.edu.au or call us on 9788 7702.
We look forward to welcoming you to Peninsula Grammar.
STUART JOHNSTON — Principal