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Remote learning ready to launch at Glennie

The Glennie School is launching a comprehensive remote learning program, called ‘I Love Glennie Schooling’, when the campus closes on Friday 27 March, in order to help manage the health and wellbeing of its students, staff, families and extended community

The Anglican Schools Commission held its end-of-year Eucharist at St Augustine’s, Hamilton on Friday 29 November. During the service, The Rev'd Richard Browning was Commissioned Director of Mission for the ASC, also giving a heartwarming homily on what it means to be the Body of Christ. The Rev'd Richard is pictured with ASC Executive Director Sherril Molloy (left), Archbishop Phillip Aspinall and The Rev'd Canon Sarah Leisemann (right).

Farewells and a Commissioning

The Anglican Schools Commission celebrated the year’s achievements and highlights, farewelled long-serving staff and school council members, and Commissioned a new Director of Mission at an end-of-year Eucharist and dinner recently


Glennie will never forget

A memorial honouring the lifesaving efforts of servicemen and women of the 117th Australian General Hospital and No. 1 Australian Orthopaedic Hospital during World War II now takes pride of place at The Glennie School


Little things can make a big impact

After watching a documentary that explored how education can alleviate and prevent poverty, Glennie School Year 10 student Sandra Miller launched a project that is seeing Glennie students donating stationery items to local school students who need them


Glennie school photographers shine

Glennie School boarder amateur photographers shine in the school’s annual photography competition, showcasing the rugged beauty of rural Australia in stunning images taken during the Easter holidays