Melbourne Grammar School is a community of ideas. Through these explorations, people from across our School community share the ideas that matter to them, to the School, and to society as a whole.
Why traditional photography still matters
In the tiny world of the darkroom, our Photography students are discovering new ways of thinking and seeing themselves.
History - toolkit of skills for the chameleon workplace
Dr Michael Adcock, Head of History in the Senior School, he explains the perhaps less recognised benefits that studying history can bring.
Shakespeare and his relevance today
Head of English, Stephen Dessants, presents his views on why Shakespeare remains an essential part of the English curriculum.
The use of data within schools
Data is an essential part of any educator's toolkit but, like any tool, it needs be to used properly.
Why a Chapel Choir?
Director of Music, Philip Carmody, explains the historical background to today's Chapel Choirs.