Specialist Classes

Year 1 students became budding circus performers after being inspired by the adventures of popular cartoon character, Bluey. In STEM and ICT, students have studied the life cycle of beans, and Foundation to Year 4 students have been learning how to perform a perfect forwards roll in Health and PE.

From the Classroom

There is no stopping our busy students! No sooner has Term 2 started than they are busy learning interesting facts about mammals, improving their addition and subtraction skills, discovering Melbourne’s history and landmarks, and writing their own instructions on how to make and bake delicious Anzac biscuits!

From the Principal

Clyde Grammar was an explosion of colour during our very first fundraising Colour Run, which rounded off last term. This term, students have been equally busy and active with a range of incursions and excursions — from a farm visit and city exploration to discovering the Smiths Lane Community Hub.

Specialist Classes

Performing Arts students have been creating some sweet-sounding harmonies while STEM and ICT classes have seen some amazing prototypes taking shape. In Religion, students learnt all about St Patrick’s Day, and Health and PE classes have seen students running, jumping, honing their balancing skills and competing in the school’s very first Cross Country event.

From the Classroom

Local police officers and CFA volunteers took time out of their busy lives to visit Foundation students and talk about how to stay safe in the community. Other students have explored minibeasts, wild weather, 2D shapes and how different cultures celebrate special occasions around the world.

From the Principal

My heart feels full, and I have a permanent smile on my face since returning from the Year 4 camp.
Witnessing the children embrace new challenges, demonstrate independence and resilience, and create lasting memories together fills me with immense pride and gratitude.

Harmony Day

Every year in March, across Australian schools, workplaces and organisations, people from different walks of life come together to celebrate Harmony Day. Harmony Day celebrations at Clyde Grammar were a wonderful sight to see.

Parents and Friends Committee

If you have some spare time or a hidden talent, the Parents and Friends Committee at Clyde Grammar would love to hear from you. The PFC organises fundraisers and social events to support the school.

From the Principal

What a fantastic start to the year it’s been! Our students are thriving, our school is growing, and our waiting lists continue to expand. We look forward to sharing another successful year with you.

From the Classroom

After a summer of sunshine and relaxation, the new school year is well underway. New learning is happening in the classroom and new friendships are being formed during playtimes.