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Why a girls’ school

Why a girls’ school

Wed , 23/10/19 Posted by: Kate Gilmore


Helping your child settle into high school

Tue , 30/07/19 Posted by: Deb Lonsdale-Walker

Making the transition to secondary school can be an exciting time for students. They are moving into what is often a larger school environment which can be very …

High Academic Potential Student (HAPS) Program launch

Fri , 31/05/19 Posted by: Kate Gilmore


Helping your child reach their potential

Mon , 25/03/19 Posted by: Kate Gilmore

At Stuartholme School our academic program focuses on the individual learning experience. We craft a student’s learning journey from their first day to their …

How to protect your child’s digital reputation

Tue , 12/03/19 Posted by: Kate Gilmore

The moment your child enters the digital or online world; they will have a digital reputation. This is the view that others will form of her based on their actions …

An open letter to all Year 12 students

Thu , 15/11/18 Posted by: Kate Gilmore

“What do you want to be when you grow up?”

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Social media boundaries in the home

Fri , 15/06/18 Posted by: Kate Gilmore

Research shows that setting boundaries at home around social media and technology will bring real benefits.

Cybersafety and Student Wellbeing

Tue , 27/02/18 Posted by: Kate Gilmore
Much has been written in the media lately about supporting young people to manage the risks associated with the online world. I was fortunate enough to attend a …

How to choose the right school for your child

Thu , 08/02/18 Posted by: Kate Gilmore

Knowing how to choose the right school for your child can be daunting.  Of course you want a school where your child will reach their full potential, but what else is …

Teaching financial literacy

Mon , 11/09/17 Posted by: Kate Gilmore

A curiosity exists within the adolescent mindset when it comes to financial literacy, only 55% of young female students say they enjoy ‘learning about money’ yet 98% …

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