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Ivanhoe Girls’ Grammar School is proud of its highly skilled and expert staff, who bring expertise, unique talent and a depth and breadth of experience to the School. 

Ivanhoe Girls’ is an Anglican day school offering outstanding single-sex education for girls. The School is proud of its students who consistently achieve excellent VCE results. As a result, the School is one of the top-performing schools in Melbourne's North. 

With a student body between 900 - 1000 students, the single-campus school located in the suburb of Ivanhoe includes an Early Learning Centre (3 Year Old and 4 Year Old), Junior School and Senior School.

Opportunities for professional development for staff ensure teaching methods and curriculum are constantly evolving in line with best practice.

Our Commitment to Child Safety 

Ivanhoe Girls’ Grammar School is deeply committed to ensuring that the care, safety and wellbeing of our students and young people is fundamental to all that we do. All members of the Ivanhoe Girls’ community, including employees, contractors, agency staff, volunteers and visitors are required to meet our child safety responsibilities. Ivanhoe Girls' has a zero-tolerance policy for child abuse and other harm and are committed to acting in the students' best interests to keep them safe from harm.  

The School regards its child safety responsibilities with the utmost importance and is committed to providing the necessary resources to ensure compliance with Ministerial Order 1359 and all relevant child safety and wellbeing laws and regulations. Any applicant for a role at Ivanhoe Girls’ must be prepared to abide by the requirements below and any additional requirements set out in the position description (available as part of the job ad) and must understand that they will be asked about their suitability for working with children at interview and that similar enquiries will be made of their referees. 

As a minimum, all roles within the School are required to: 

  • abide by the School’s Code of Conduct, Child Safety and Wellbeing Policy, Prevention of Child Abuse Policy and Responding to Child Abuse Policy; 
  • maintain either a valid Working with Children Check for employment purposes or a current registration with the Victorian Institute of Teaching; 
  • create and maintain a child-safe culture that is understood, endorsed and put into action at all times when carrying out their duties; 
  • immediately report any concerns regarding the safety of children; and 
  • remain aware and responsive to the needs of vulnerable children and those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, children with disabilities, international students, those unable to live at home and children and young people who identify as LGBTQIA+ 
  • actively participate in training provided by the School with respect to child safety. 

For more information refer to the School Policies found on Our Commitment to Child Safety page.