We have introduced a face mask option as part of our school uniform. From August 16, girls aged 12 years and over may wear either a disposable white or blue mask, or the fabric Lowther Hall mask. It is optional for girls under 12.

Today is Olympic Day! To celebrate, Senior School Sports Captains ran a special lunchtime event with sports-related activities for girls to enjoy. Diving, Football, Orienteering, Snowsports, Soccer, Badminton, Volleyball, Tennis, Softball, Basketball, Hockey and Netball were all represented!

Surprise! Our student cohort touched hearts last week with a surprise ‘Thank You’ video to all staff at Lowther Hall. Over 13 minutes long, the video was produced as part of a Prefect Body initiative, and we have organised this short snippet to show you. We are grateful for all of our girls at Lowther Hall!

There was excitement in the air this morning as our Prep, Year 1, Year 2 and Year 12 students returned to Lowther Hall! We look forward to welcoming the rest of the students over the coming days. It’s great to have you back, girls!

Did you know? We have a new sister school in South Africa! In early March, six students from Years 11 and 12 joined our Principal, Ms Elisabeth Rhodes, Deputy Principal and Head of Senior School, Ms Tracy Healy and Year 10 Coordinator, Ms Liza Hiles on a trip to St Mary's Anglican Girls' School in Johannesburg, to consolidate our new connection. We look forward to welcoming students from St Mary's to Lowther Hall in the future!

In Modern Theatre Styles this week students our Year 9 students were set the task of recreating a famous piece of artwork from which to develop a scripted performance. Upon selecting the work, the girls were tasked with outlining the key features and intended effect on the viewer. Students then identified and set about locating items and objects in their homes they could use to reconstruct the image. They certainly demonstrated their resourcefulness, creativity and imagination in meeting the challenge in their home setting.

Our Year 12 girls got a nice surprise when they came to the School on Saturday to collect some class materials and their Term 1 report - their long awaited Year 12 "hoodie", delivered drive-thru style by Ms Healy, Deputy Principal and Head of Senior School, and Ms O'Brien, Year 12 Coordinator. It was a great chance for a quick catch up through the car window!

Our Year 5 cohort experienced an interactive and engaging musical event today - via livestream! Renowned performance ensemble 'Taikoz' delivered a remote incursion to students, that included a thrilling performance of Taiko (Japanese drumming).

​Congratulations to our Deputy Principal and Head of Senior School, Ms Tracy Healy on her selection for The Educator Hot List Australia, 2019! Tracy has been recognised as an industry leader in education...