A significant event on the Music Calendar, Evening of Song will be held at The Clocktower Centre on May 18.

​I’m sure that many of you have been interested to follow the recent (and continuing) media discussion regarding private and public schooling. I have been shocked by some of the broad (and often uninformed) generalisations that have been made about private school students and indeed about private schools.

I’m sure that those of you who were in the audience for our Senior School production of The School for Scandal last Friday and Saturday will agree that it was wonderful show—a visual spectacle with a wide array of costumes, colourful lighting and an exciting dance scene.

It has been wonderful hosting students from our sister school, La Malgrange College in France. Please read some of their reflections about their visit to us and Australia.

Thank you to the members of our School Community who braved the cold (and a little bit of rain) to take part in our ANZAC Day Dawn Service last Saturday. It was moving to hear from girls who have a family connection to WWI and to commemorate the sacrifice of so many.

You may have noticed the French flag flying at the front of the School this week, alongside the New Zealand and Australian flags. This is in recognition of the fact that we are currently hosting our visitors from La Malgrange – our sister school in Nancy, France.