Bassett and Carter join Australian Teams

Some more great news for our Kayakers!

Congratulations to alumni Kaylen Bassett ’15 and Tristan Carter ’17 on their selection in the 2021 Australian Senior Teams #egoyah

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IGS hits 100 AGSV Premierships

100 Boys Premierships!
What a week for Ivanhoe Grammar School taking home the silverware!
Congratulations to the Boys Volleyball, Cricket and Touch Football teams who won Premierships over the weekend.
A historical weekend with the Boys Volleyball team not only winning their first premiership but also making it 100 boy premierships for Ivanhoe Grammar School in the AGSV Competition – the first school to reach the tonne!
A momentous occasion for the 1st XI Cricket Team awarded the Premiership for the first time in 19 years in a fantastic hard fought season.
Special mention also to the Girls Volleyball who played a great Grand Final – narrowly missing 1st place by 1 point.
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Nik debuts for the Bombers

Congratulations to Nik Cox ’19 on an impressive debut game with the Essendon Football Club on Saturday night.
Well done Nik on all your hard work and determination.
Photo: Courtesy of Essendon Football Club
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Stephanie Carroll ’10 supports Mental Health Victoria

Stephanie Caroll  ’10, a creative at heart always knew she needed to harness that side of her personality.

After graduating from year 12, she completed a Diploma of Visual Merchandising at RMIT followed by a Bachelor of Design at the University of Melbourne, major in Graphic Design, minor in architecture and design histories specialisation.
For the last 8 years, she freelanced specialising in events – particularly for large public events which sparked an interest for her in project management and communications, so she decided to commence a Post Graduate course in Project Management at RMIT.
Stephanie considers her current role as a Project Officer for Mental Health Victoria (MHV), aligned to her views and sense of community strength and resilience.

The Research, Engagement, Collaboration, and Information (RECI) project, is to assist in identifying, recognising, and addressing the gaps in knowledge and awareness with sectors that are currently not accessing mental health training/services across Victoria.

Stephanie’s role is to co-design and implement a comprehensive strategy to engage with the community mental health sector and cross-sector services, and broader Victorian community to research and highlight any gaps. She is also creating a framework to address the issues through a training needs analysis and final report, with recommendations, that will be published as an external MHV resource.

Stephanie has invited alumni to participate in the research through a baseline scoping exercise or contacting Stephanie for further contribution targeting specific needs. Individuals will remain anonymous as results will be published collectively.

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