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Solving Real-World Problems in the Classroom

Imagine if the city council’s Senior Program Manager for Climate Response presented the local impacts of the global climate crisis to your class, and then you were challenged to find solutions (inspired by nature) to one of these problems. What…

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Anzac Day Commemoration

Anzac Day Commemoration To commemorate ANZAC Day, the year 9’s put together an all-school ANZAC day formal assembly followed by educational activities for the Middle School and Primary School held on Tuesday 27 of April.  Activities that the Middle School…

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Advocate, Contribute and Thrive – ACTing out Personalised Learning in our New Normal.

In our re-endorsed strategic plan, we have made a clear commitment to The Knox School being acknowledged as a centre of excellence in the design and implementation of Personalised Learning. As our Principal Mr Shaw explains in his article, TKS will be recognised as a place where our young people thrive and where adults support them, explicitly model their own commitment…

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The Knox School Strategic Plan 2021-2023

The first version of The Knox School's strategy of a Personalised Learning focus was published to parents and staff for consultation in 2016 and formally endorsed by the School Board in 2017 after a lengthy and fruitful consultation with some…

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Resumption of Student Experiences

Term One in the Junior School has been filled with the resumption of many students’ experiences and opportunities, and It has been wonderful to see our Junior School program in full swing again. Our ELC and Prep students have transitioned…

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Reflections on Term One 2021

This time last year, I was writing about the changing situation resulting from COVID-19 and the need to focus on The Knox School values, particularly that of Care and Empathy. While this term is thankfully different from that of 12…

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Back on Track

The school year has started with a flurry; students and staff appreciating our ability to learn and work alongside one another. After all, it’s the social aspects of learning that schools provide, that allows the vast majority of students thrive…

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