20 Dec 2022

Alumni News

Caitlin Spears (Class of 2011)

Tintern Grammar Alumna Caitlin Spears Class of 2011, graduated at the VCA with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Music Theatre) and has gone on to perform in musicals, operas and plays all over the world! Caitlin founded her own production company SPEARS ENTERTAINMENT, an Independent Theatre and Arts company based in Melbourne. We congratulate Caitlin for her role in the cast of Hairspray the musical as Tracy Turnblad standby. We were delighted to see she starred in several shows throughout the Melbourne season and wish her chookas for the upcoming shows in Sydney and Adelaide.

Scotty James (Class of 2013)

We were thrilled to have Scotty James Class of 2013, world champion snowboarder, visit our Junior School on Friday 5 August with his brother Sean. Our Junior Boys’ and Junior Girls’ students enjoyed an interactive and fun assembly in Scotty’s honour. With lots of memories of Scotty’s time at Tintern Grammar and highlights of his Olympic career, the boys and girls interviewed Scotty and presented him and Sean with a medal. Thank you Scotty for your visit. 

Congratulations Scotty James for winning gold in the Snowboarding Mens Half Pipe at the World Cup Copper Mountain (USA) on Friday 16 December (US time). He earned a near-perfect 99.00 score on his second run in the men’s final.

Maddie Wright (Class of 2016)

Congratulations to Maddie Wright from the Class of 2016 who was a member of the winning Women’s Australian team at the Indoor Cricket World Cup series in October. Maddie is no stranger to international competition, prior to COVID, she played in the U22 Australian squad in Sri Lanka, Dubai and NZ. She captained the U22 team in Sri Lanka and was to lead the Team in a World Cup but COVID hit and she missed out. With a World Cup under her belt, we wish Maddie every success in 2023.

Laura Driessen (Class of 2010)

Laura has loved space for as long as she can remember, but it wasn’t until she attended the Professor Harry Messel International Science School (ISS) at the recommendation of Mrs Derry in year 11 that she realised that she could be a scientist. Laura graduated from Tintern in 2010 after receiving a Premier’s Award for VCE biology, the Monash Prize, and Science Dux. As well as attending ISS, Laura went to the National Youth Science Forum in 2010.

Laura was accepted into her dream undergraduate course – a Bachelor of Science (Science Scholars Program) at Monash University. In her second year of university, Laura was awarded a scholarship to attend the University of Warwick in the UK on exchange. While she was there, Laura was selected to attend a student forum in Meknes, Morocco.

At the end of her third year of university, Laura was selected for a studentship at the International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research in Perth. While she was there she was the first person to image the Galactic Centre of the Milky Way using the then brand-new Murchison Widefield Array Telescope. She graduated from Monash University with a high distinction average and majors in astronomy and astrophysics, and applied mathematics. Two days after her final exam she was on a plane to Europe for a studentship at the Netherlands Institute for Radio Astronomy (ASTRON). Her two studentships inspired her to apply for a master’s degree overseas, and she received a merit scholarship to attend the University of Amsterdam. Laura completed her master’s degree at the University of Amsterdam in 2017 and was awarded the De Zeeuw-van Dishoeck prize for the best astrophysics master’s thesis in the Netherlands, as well as the first prize for best astrophysics master’s thesis and second prize for best astrophysics master’s thesis presentation at the University of Amsterdam.

In 2021 Laura completed her PhD at the University of Manchester. She is now back home in Australia, working as a Postdoctoral Fellow at the CSIRO working with some of the biggest radio telescopes in the world. Telescopes like ASKAP right here in Australia, trying to find flaring stars. (If we know which ones flare, we know where not to look for life.) Most things a radio telescope sees in the sky are galaxies, Laura works on sorting out what’s a star and what’s not.  She recently visited the Pia Wadjarri Remote Community School in the Murchison in WA to do some workshops with the students and share the amazing science done with the telescopes on their land. The Christmas-tree like antennas, in some of the images in her gallery, are the SKA-low prototype antennas, the SKA is going to be the largest telescope in the world and the SKA-low is going to be built at the observatory in the Murchison, which Laura will be using to search for new radio stars. In some of her images you will also notice an antenna dress which she sewed herself from an old cloth banner advertising the SKA-low, turning it into an ‘SKA dress’.

Congratulations Laura on all of your amazing accomplishments since finishing at Tintern.

Kate Jenkins (Class 1985)

Kate Jenkins Class of 1985 is Australia’s Sex Discrimination Commissioner and a member of the Australian Human Rights Commission. Her work is to advance gender equality, consistent with the Sex Discrimination Act and the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women.
Kate presented an address to the National Press Club on Wednesday 30 November. To find out more visit:

Sanya Bhatia (Class of 2016)

Current long serving Head of English, Chris Millgate-Smith, brought to our attention the recent achievements of alumna Sanya Bhatia who recently published her memoir. Sanya was inspired by a memoir Chris taught whilst studying at Tintern and when Sanya finished in 2016, she thought, ‘It’ll be cool to pen down selective experiences from my journey as an international student.’
And so, she did, six years later. No, I don’t speak Indian is written from teen Sanya’s point of view. As a child, she moved around a lot because of her father’s job. Sanya left India when she was 12 and has moved back and forth a number of times. Now back in Australia, Sanya reflects, ‘It’s been a bit of a rollercoaster. When I left India in 2010, I experienced a big culture shock in Malaysia, which amplified even more when I moved to Australia. There have been ups, downs and a lot of awkward/funny interactions in this process, but looking back I wouldn’t have had it any other way.’
Sanya hopes to create more awareness for international students and those relocating. One reviewer commented recently it would be ‘a fantastic read for those who haven’t moved house in their lifetime.’ We think it is a great read for everyone, congratulations Sanya.
Published in July 2022, No, I don’t speak Indian can be purchased in both paperback and Kindle on Amazon:

Adam Blazevic (Class of 2017)

Congratulations to Adam Blazevic from the Class of 2017 who competed in the Inaugural UCI Gravel World Championships in Italy in early October.

Although medical issues cut Adam’s ride short, he was pleased with his performance and we are all extremely proud of his achievement. Adam came in as the top ranked UCI gravel rider and competed with top-level pro road tour riders and extreme mountain bike specialists.

Penelope Thwaites AM (Class of 1960) Avenue of Excellence Inductee

Penelope is a world renown pianist and composer. During her time at Tintern, Penelope was School Pianist and a member of the Madrigal Group from 1958-60 and Somner House Captain in 1960 as well as editing The Brook. In 1963, she was invited by Miss Constance Wood to set Psalm 121 to music as the School Psalm.

She went on to complete a Bachelor of Music at the University of Melbourne, winning the Ormond Exhibition, and being placed first in her final year. Further studies in London led to her concert debut at the Wigmore Hall in 1974.

Since then, Penelope has performed and broadcast in over 30 countries, in recitals and as a concerto soloist with the London Philharmonic, the Philharmonia, the BBC Concert Orchestra, and other leading orchestras in Australia, Europe and the USA.

She has composed extensively for the theatre and other genres, and her musical Ride! Ride! was produced in London’s West End. A committed advocate for Australian composers, regularly including Australian repertoire in her programs, she founded and chaired the Performing Australian Music Competition (London 2001 and 2008) attracting participants from 20 countries. She is recognised worldwide as a leading exponent of the music of Percy Grainger.

Penelope was appointed a Member of the Order of Australia in 2001 for services to Australian music and served from 2013-19 as Chairman of the Order of Australia Association UK/Europe. Penelope was an inaugural inductee of the Tintern Grammar Avenue of Excellence in 2017.

In 2020 Penelope released From Five Continents on the SOMM label, presenting a collection of choral music and songs. A new recording of her instrumental music: works for two pianos and for small chamber ensemble, entitled Gardens, Fables, Prisons, Dreams will be released by SOMM early in 2023.

Recently, ABC Classic featured Penelope in a story that celebrates her dedicated career in music. The full article can be found on the ABC website: abc.net.au/classic/programs/legends/ 

Annabelle McKenzie (Class of 2018)



Alicia Cornwell (Class of 1981)

Congratulations to Alicia for winning the Still Life Award at the Art Lovers Australia Prize 2022 for her painting Turquoise Waratah on Australiana. Alicia is a painter specialising in oils and still life. She works daily in her 100-year-old garden studio that backs onto the National Park and the Dandenong Ranges Botanic Gardens. We congratulate her on these outstanding achievements and wish her all the best for the future.

Genevieve Ward (Class of 2012)

Genevieve is Director of The Speech Express, one of the very first speech pathology clinics in Victoria to integrate therapy dogs into therapy services. Genevieve is an experienced speech pathologist who has provided evidence-based therapy with children in schools, early learning centres and in private practice. She is known by others for her bubbly, creative and warm personality and devotes her time to supporting families.

Genevieve loves her job and her dog, and soon found out that when she put the two together —magic happened in her sessions! Many children find it easier to interact and communicate when a furry friend is present. After all, dogs have no judgement, are patient and can help to keep us regulated. Genevieve utilises extensive clinical knowledge and skills with families, and includes her therapy dog, Lincoln, to enhance her sessions.


Betty Norris (Class of 1939)

Congratulations to Betty Norris (Morris, Class of 1939) who celebrated her 101st birthday in early September, with a garden party at her daughter’s house. Betty is the oldest Geelong Cats’ member and most likely to

be our oldest living Tinternite. Here she is, in her special 101 Geelong guernsey signed by Patrick Dangerfield. Happy Birthday Betty, from all of us at Tintern!

Hans Zhu (Class of 2010)

Three years ago, I was extremely fortunate to have landed an admission offer for the PhD program in economics at North-western University in Chicago. There’s something really special about studying with, being vested in and working together on research with about 20 or so other extremely talented peers. I’m now about halfway through my program and shifting full attention to my research agenda on understanding competition in regulated markets and platform design. My most well-developed project looks at the nursing home industry in the USA and tries to understand the consequences of limiting for-profit provision.

I’ve been able to meet people from a wide variety of backgrounds and experience new things during my time in the USA. Being stuck over there for three years is tough, but I’ve been able to hang out with some of the Southwood boys most weekends on Discord and Tabletop Simulator.

John Mclaughlan (Class of 2013)

Starting at Tintern in 1999, I was one of very few students that was a Southwood boy from Pre-Prep all the way to the end of Year 12. During my secondary school years, I completed some community service hours at my local fire brigade, which became a wonderful 8-year career as a volunteer firefighter.

These experiences developed my passion for emergency services and in April this year, I was offered a role within the Victoria Police Social Media team.

In my role, I provide the community with information on crimes and other incidents, promote important safety messages, broadcast press conferences to our social media platforms and television networks, and help local police reunite families and catch offenders. It’s an incredibly diverse, unique, challenging and humbling role, where no day is the same. I am absolutely in love with it.

My advice to current Tintern students, is keep doing the things you love and surrounding yourself with the people that make you happy.

Life will throw countless opportunities your way, so strive for what you wish for once you take off that uniform for the last time. You will reach that goal and it will be totally worth it.

Alison Jones (Sebire Class of 1986)

Growing up in Wandin North on our family orchard certainly encouraged a work ethic. There is always something to do in harvest time. Wanting to help and learning the value of money was an incentive and soon part of expectation and our summer holidays.

Our parents were terrific role models along with other aunties and uncles whom we worked alongside within the business. Picking cherries in the morning and packing in the afternoon.

I was blessed to be given the opportunity to attend Tintern CEGGS and treasure my time there where I benefited from the values and guidance that backed up my parents’ beliefs.

I had some remarkable role models from my Tintern years who believed in me!!!, encouraged, guided, and supported me to go all the way through Year 12. So important at such a vulnerable time of life.

I still thank those teachers and Mum and Dad for the opportunity and support.

After completing Year 12 with a Group 2 course in Small Business Management, I was accepted into Melbourne CAE (College of Advanced Education) later Melbourne University where I qualified with a Degree as a Secondary Art and Craft teacher majoring in Textiles- Dux of my class.

I worked in the textile industry in Collingwood and later after marrying moved to Sydney which I thoroughly enjoyed the challenge in design and sales.

Keen to return home to family and the Yarra Valley we purchased a renovator’s delight, and I used my creativity in a new way.

At this time, I also decided I would join the family business.

At this stage we were a 6th shareholder in Wandin Valley Farms with our family having the Packing and Marketing contract in 1997.

Around this time, I became a mother which I am proud to say I have two amazing adult children whom I am so proud of the individuals they are.

By 2007 we purchased the remaining shareholders out and have since expanded increasing our tonnage for the growing demand.

We now have orchards in three regions, (two in Victoria and one in Tasmania) allowing us to supply cherries from late October through to late January. We also have relocated to a new green field site and built a new packing facility where we have installed a grading system with high-definition camera technology.

This allows us to comfortably pack our growing production, which is distributed all over Australia and Internationally to many countries.

We continually strive to improve and provide a premium product for our customers satisfaction.

We value family, our team and the partnerships that make us who we are here at Wandin Valley Farms!!

Factis Non Verbis – by deeds not by words
A proud Tinternite!!



Supporting Our Alumni

To further support our strong community and fellowship, at Tintern Grammar we are always looking for opportunities to support the businesses of our Alumni.

In 2020, in response to Covid, we established a Community Business Directory, which is a complimentary service for our Alumni. You can view the current listings here,  we invite you to support these local businesses.

You can now join our business register by filling out our online form here

We also order products or services from Alumni businesses. If you have attended a Reunion or event at Tintern over the last two years, or viewed our stories, you will have enjoyed the work of some of our talented Alumni.

  • Stephanie Deveson (Class of 2008) is the owner of Willow and Jackson, a cafe and Wine Bar in the picturesque Healesville. Not only do they offer delicious meals and drinks, Stephanie has made delicious cookies for Tintern events such as the Spring Luncheon, Volunteer Thank You Night, and our Pen Pal program. Additionally, we have gifted Vouchers to some of our incredible Alumni who have supported Reunions and other programs.
  • Chris Turvey (Class of 2010) founded 5PM Hard Seltzer. Containing all natural, gluten free ingredients with only 98 Calories, Zero Sugar & Zero Carbs and 5% ALC. Many of our event attendees have enjoyed a 5PM Seltzer at their Reunion.
  • Nick (Class of 2015) and Daniel Smith (Class of 2017), the owners and creatives behind Fluid Imagery, have created some of our incredible videos, including this one featuring Sarah De Witt (Grecea Class of 2009).
  • Sarah De Witt (Grecea Class of 2009) founded the High Tea venue, Mary Eats Cake, located in Montrose and Brunswick. Though Sarah has since moved on to other ventures, we have continued the existing relationship with Mary Eats Cake, and appreciate their ongoing support of Tintern Grammar. They offer delicious High Tea onsite, home delivery and have recently introduced Bus Tours.
  • Alison Quaggin (McIlwraith Class of 1999) is the owner of the Provedore Kitchen and Bucher in Healesville. Alison has created delicious gift hampers over the last 2 years, which have been gifted to families who have significantly Volunteered during their time at Tintern.
  • Beverley Witherby (Wood Class of 2008) and her husband own Cake Style Co. producing 3D printed cookie fondant stamps, cutters and cake toppers. A highlight was the beautiful debossers created for our Pen Pal project, with the cookies pictured below.
  • Leeza Crowe (Clark Class of 1987) owns Zabecca Living a Fashion, Homewares and Lifestyle store which is online, with a physical store at Tunstall Square. Leeza has sourced beautiful Australian made Tintern Grammar Serving Boards, which will be using as gifts in the new year.
  • Alison Jones (Sebire  Class of 1986) is CEO of Wandin Valley Farms, growing delicious Australian Cherries and selling a range of delicious cherry sauces, jams and pastes. We are excited to offer some of these items as gifts for our Alumni in the new year. You can read more about Alison here.
  • Ally Montgomery (Class of 2013) owns Mont Louise specialising in clothing, toys and accessories for children from birth to 5 years, as well as a range of items for mums and mums to be. We are collaborating with Ally on Tintern bibs, as a gift for the babies of our Alumni. Ally offers all Tintern Alumni a discount of 20%, please use code TINTERN.

Please get in touch and tell us about your business, as we are always looking for ways to work with our Alumni!


Alumni at Tintern

Sharing Experiences – Class of 2021

On Tuesday 12 July we were visited by Alumni from the Class of 2021, who spoke to our Year 12 students.
Their first-hand experiences of commencing university, tips and advice leading into the final months of Year 12 was valuable for our current students. We thank them for visiting us and presenting, and look forward to their future visits and wish them every success in their studies.
Thank you to Alana Lawson, Laura Mitcham, Katey O’Reilly, Jaimee Jolocha, Adam Choong, Joshua Choong and Raman Wensor. We greatly appreciate your support.
Pictured from left to right is Alana Lawson, Laura Mitcham, Katey O’Reilly, Jaimee Jolocha, Adam Choong, Joshua Choong, Raman Wensor.

Alumni Panel at the Year 12 Conference

On Tuesday 29 November Emily Mignot, President of the TGA facilitated an alumni discussion panel for our Year 11’s heading into Year 12 for 2023.

The alumni were invited to share their experience and knowledge of how they transitioned away from school and into their chosen study or work field.

Following the discussion, the alumni participated in a group activity where the students had one-on-one experience networking.

Thank you to Lachlan O’Reilly (Class of 2019), Angus Maynard (Class of 2017), Ashleigh Dowling (Class of 2020), Alexandra Wakeley (Class of 2012), Emily Mignot (Class of 2012) for volunteering their time to help our Year 12, 2023 students. We are grateful to our alumni who made themselves available for this valuable learning experience.

Pictured  from left: Lachlan O’Reilly (Class of 2019), Angus Maynard (Class of 2017), Ashleigh Dowling (Class of 2020), Alexandra Wakeley (Class of 2012), Emily Mignot (Class of 2012)

Back for the Jazz!

We were excited to see and hear an Alumni Jazz Band feature in this year’s long-awaited Jazz Night, Winter Wonderland. Some of the Alumni who participated tapped out some tunes at Music Camp before the actual event. The full line-up on the night included from the Class of 2021 Alec Chen, Erin O’Callaghan, Sam Victoria, Joshua Choong and Amelia Kenny. Representing the Class of 2020 was Bianca Settle, Zoë Forbes, Alice Church and Madison Edwards-Turner, while Aaron Zhou represented the Class of 2019.
If you would like to join an Alumni band or form another like-minded group, please get in touch with the Community Relations Office at communityrelations@tintern.vic.edu.au

Year 7 Public Speaking Competition

Thank you to Kirsty McDonald (Class of 2011) who visited Tintern on Wednesday 26 October to judge our inaugral Year 7 Public Speaking Competition.

Kirsty was excited to be invited back to judge the year 7 public speaking competition and recalls that public speaking hasn’t always come easy for her. She has worked on her public speaking skills over the last couple of years and in 2021 presented at an online tech conference. In the same year she also joined Toastmasters, to practice public speaking, improve her communication and build leadership skills.

Thank you to Kirsty for supporting our Year 7 students, and judging this wonderful event.

Year 10 Mock Interviews

Heather Ruckert, our Year 12 Co-ordinator and Careers Consultant is seeking support from our Alumni for 16 people to assist organised Mock Interviews for our Year 10 students on Wednesday 12 October.

We had an wonderful group of 19 Alumni who volunteered to assist as interviewers. Each person was allocated a group of 5 students to interview.

The students had a prior session with our Human Resources Manager to discuss interview skills that can be transferred to an online, in person, telephone or group situation. They also be had a speaker discussing résumés, selection criteria and the use of video submissions in the selection process.

Thank you to those who generously gave their time to conduct the online interviews and assist our Year 10, 2022 students:

Amelia Cavanagh (Class of 1995)
Lara Connolly (Class of 1988)
Miranda Dickinson (Class of 2011)
Georgina Fordham (Class of 2007)
Briana  Goding (Class of 2003)
Mallory Healey (Class of 2007)
Shelby Healey (Class of 2011)
Louise Khanbashi (Class of 1995)
Alison Koelmeyer (Class of 1996)
Kim Lucas (Class of 1996)
Richelle McCausland (Class of 2002)
Charlotte Menagh (Class of 2018)
Chris Peng (Class of 2014)
Yvette Pethebridge (Class of 1996)
Darcy Ryder (Class of 2012)
Nick Shying (Class of 2013)
Katie Warner (Class of 1994)
Alan White (Class of 2008)
Jodie White (Class of 2004)

Congratulations Class of 2022

We are thrilled to communicate the news of strong VCE results for the Class of 2022 across the board. We are proud of our students’ achievements with these results, which particularly reflect the hard work of our cohort, the excellent teaching and care provided at Tintern Grammar and the support of our community. This year’s results are all the more pleasing in light of the challenges of COVID-19, bringing to the fore the maturity and resilience of our young people, which is reflected in their results of today. Below is a brief summary of our VCE results.

Congratulations to our VCE Dux Olivia Dowling who achieved an ATAR of 99.70, which is up from 99.15 in 2021, and to our International Dux Peilei (Jessica) Chen who achieved 97.50.

10% of study scores are at, or above 40, up from 7% in 2021. We have seen tremendous growth in both our Median ATAR and Median study scores from 2021.

  • Median ATAR 80.9% – up from 77.93%
  • Median study score 32 – up from 30

As a cohort, the Class of 2022 achieved the following outstanding results:

  • 99 and above 4%
  • 90 and above 24%
  • 80 and above 54%
  • A perfect score of 50 was achieved in Psychology.

While we proudly celebrate the wonderful results of our students, these numerical results only provide us with a snapshot of our students’ educational journey and growth. Our Class of 2022 cohort is full of stories of personal success and of achievement beyond expectations. We are truly grateful for the effort of our teachers and families, for their encouragement, commitment, and care along the Tintern journey. These graduates of Tintern Grammar now embark on a future full of opportunity, as change makers and custodians of our future.

On behalf of the Tintern Community we congratulate our VCE students and celebrate with them.


Find Your Future Self – Career’s Night 2023

The Tintern Grammar Careers night is back again for our years 9 – 12 students on Thursday 18 May 2023 6.30 to 8.30pm, followed by an opportunity to network with fellow Alumni after the event.

Please register online here to attend the Career’s Night as a Career’s Mentor. 

This night is conducted in an exhibition style, with student’s booking timeslots to speak with you and ask questions such about your transition from school, career pathways and working life. There will be a maximum of 2 students per timeslot.

A dinner box will be provided on arrival, so please ensure you indicate any dietary requirements. Afterwards, stay back from drinks and canapes, and a chance to network with other Tintern Alumni.

An official invitation will be sent out closer to the time to all Alumni who have indicated interest in being a Career’s Speaker. If you haven’t previously indicated interest and like to be included, please let us know either by email or through the Past Student Update Form.


Thursday 18 May 2023 at 6pm, for a 6.30pm start


CM Wood Centre, Tintern Grammar
90 Alexandra Road, Ringwood East

Alumni Profile

As part of the booking process you will be asked to complete an Alumni Profile, or you can choose o submit this at a later time to communityrelations@tintern.vic.edu.au

To view sample profiles, please select here to view our booklet from the 2018 Career’s Night.


Please contact Di Lacey or Tegan Martin in the Community Relations Office on 9845 7877 or by email to communityrelations@tintern.vic.edu.au



Factis Now Available!

Factis is the Tintern Grammar magazine that provides a snapshot of life at Tintern Grammar and news of our alumni. The 2022 digital issue is now available, visit:



Tintern Old Girls Association (TOGA)

TOGA, since 1906

As President I attend a number of events throughout the year, most recently, 

  • Combined Reunions
  • Valedictory Assembly, 
  • Valedictory Dinner
  • Spring Celebration lunch
  • Volunteer Thank you Evening


  • Combined Old Girls AGM
  • Tintern Girls Junior Speech Night

TOGA is in the process of revitalising our Women of Influence/AGM event which we will keep you informed about in our Facebook group and our LinkedIn page.

Both are private groups and we welcome you to join.

Our TOGA Committee also welcomes new members, it’s hardly arduous with 4 meetings via zoom each year plus any events. 

The 2022 Committee is:

As always, we like to hear about your news. 

We are also happy to let our members know via our Facebook or Linkedin of any news or business information you would like us to share. 

Carol Robertson (Hogan 1980)
Factis non verbis


Our intrepid team of Sue-Virginia Mackay (O’Hanlon, Class of 1971), Joan Hoyle (Nairn, Class of 1952) and Melinda Thomas (Class of 1983), faced the fairways at Commonwealth on 21 March 2022, to vie for the Interschool Challenge Cup; Sue Semmens (Class of 1978), unfortunately took a fall and was a last-minute medical withdrawal, so we were only a team of three. The championship went to Clarendon on 129 points. Sue has since recovered well.

The TOGA Golf Day was held on 21 October at the beautiful Flinders Golf Club. Despite reports of dubious weather we had 10 fearless old girls arrive to compete. We welcomed new members, Amanda Dyer (Hoyle, Class of 1978), Robyn Charnley (Garside, Class of 1983) and Andrea Crouch (Thomas, Class of 1977).

Anyone else interested in joining TOGA Golf can contact Melinda directly at meljtee999@gmail.com.


Tintern Grammar Alumni (TGA)

As we hurtle towards Christmas at a dazzling pace, it can be hard to find the time to step back and reflect at what we’ve achieved. At TGA, we’re thrilled to have been able to seize the opportunity to be part of a range of school and community events over the past few months, and have been able to support the great work that is happening in our community, as well as our students and alumni.

In October, we had the privilege of giving out our signature Care Packages to the Year 12s – in person this time! It was wonderful to be able to meet them all face to face, to share with them how proud we are of what they’ve achieved over the past few years, the challenges they’ve overcome with tenacity, perseverance, and care for each other, and to wish them well for their final exams.

A special shout out goes to alumna Stephanie Deveson (YG2008), Owner of Willow & Jackson in Healesville, for the delicious and heartfelt handmade cookies in each care packages with a personal message to remind the Year 12s that ‘You’ve got this!’

Having not attended a Celebration Evening for over a decade, it was a humbling moment to be welcomed back to share this special evening watching the whole school come together; and to join in the unveiling of the new school song. It was a delight to cheer on the achievements of the students – from years 7 through to school leavers – and hear their reflections on the year that was. As always, watching the Year 12s take their final steps proceeding out of Robert Blackwood Hall and towards wherever their future path might lead them was a symbolic and poignant moment, reminding me of taking those same steps years ago.

The Year 12 Valedictory dinner was a wonderful finish to the school year, and a privilege to share the spirit of celebration, reflection, and coming together for one last time as students with the company and support of their families. Looking out at the class of 2022, expressing congratulations for this tremendous achievement, we can’t wait to see where they go next, and extend our support as a place they can always come back to for guidance and support in the years ahead.

Before we know it, we’re 10, 20, 30, 50 years out of school… it was great to join the Year Groups of 1977, 1982, 1987, 1992 and 2002 on Saturday 5 November for the Reunion Festival. To see the joy of people reconnecting after years and their shock at how the school grounds have transformed over time was lovely to witness, and brought home what it means to be a part of the Tintern community. No matter where you go, it will always be a part of you, and despite graduating years apart I found a palpable sense of connection to every person I talked to – whether through shared interests or common values, a gratitude for the opportunities that opened doors later in life, a sense of being ‘down to earth’, and a genuine curiosity for, and positive attitude to life.

It would seem that this holds true even for the more recently graduated alumni, some of whom I had the pleasure of interviewing as part of a panel discussion for the Year 12 Conference, on 29 November. Joined by Ashleigh Dowling (YG2020), Angus Maynard (YG2017), Lachie O’Reilly (YG2019) and Alexandra Wakeley (YG2012), we shared our insights with the incoming class of 2023 on what skills and habits would help set them up for success in Year 12, where the alumni were up to now and the paths they have taken, some of the challenges and forks in the road they didn’t expect, and the importance of networking and building connections with others.

Although you might not realise it at school or even until years after, the shared values that are instilled through this formative time stay with you throughout your life and career, and can offer a door to opportunities and directions you never thought you might take. The importance of interpersonal skills, taking initiative, putting yourself out there and following your passions were all consistently evident in the stories the alumni shared. After the panel, the students were able to test some of their networking skills with the panellists, which was a great opportunity not only for us to answer their questions, but to get to know the next generation of students, and to help them form a connection with their alumni community that will be there to help guide and support them beyond school.

In all, this year has been challenging and rewarding as we focus on our direction and priorities as an organisation, and begin to develop and build our presence in the community. The TGA Committee can’t wait to share with you what we have in store for next year…and look forward to seeing you at an event soon! Have a wonderful festive season, stay well – until next time.

~ Emily Mignot and The TGA Committee

As the TGA continue to grow and strengthen, our hope is to support alumni to connect with one another, unlock opportunities, and create spaces to learn and share ideas. We are always looking for passionate, like minded people who want to give back – and understand that this can take many forms. If this sounds like you, and you would like to hear more about how you could be involved, we would love to hear from you! Please get in touch with us at alumni@tintern.vic.edu.au

For more information and to see what we’re about, check out our Facebook page at facebook.com/TinternGrammarAlumni

EOI – The TGA Committee are currently seeking people with experience in finance / accounting and an interest in giving back to their alumni community. If this sounds like you, or you know a fellow alum who might be interested, we would love to hear from you! Please get in touch at alumni@tintern.vic.edu.au


International Women’s Day Breakfast – Wednesday 8 March 2023

Our International Women’s Day (IWD) committee has been working together to plan events for 2023.

There will be an International Women’s Day breakfast for the community, involving staff, students, parents and alumni on Wednesday 8 March 2023. We look forward to sharing further details with you in the new year.



Annual Giving – Thank You

Thank You to our Donors

Tintern Grammar thanks and acknowledges all members of our community who have supported the 2022 Giving Programs.

Our warmest thanks and gratitude to all members of our community who have supported the Giving program at Tintern in 2022; you are the catalysts that transform the lives of our young people.

This list acknowledges all donations received between 1 September 2021 – 26 September 2022. Also included, are donations made through the voluntary Building Fund fee structure between 1 July 2021 and 30 June 2022. When you give to Tintern, you are supporting life-changing scholarships, incredible support programs and investing in state-of-the-art facilities across the whole School. School fees alone do not provide the capital needed to shape the future of Tintern Grammar and even in these recent challenging years our community giving has continued to grow, further highlighting the strong sense of unity and purpose at Tintern.

Thank you for your ongoing support of Tintern Grammar.

Bradley Fry

Tintern Grammar welcome enquiries from members of our community who would like to find out more about setting up a named scholarship or leaving a gift. Alternatively, there are other ways both financially and non-financial, to show your support.

If you would like to find out more, please contact Di Lacey on 9845 7893 or email dlacey@tintern.vic.edu.au


Connect with Alumni LinkedIn

LinkedIn allows you to quickly search and connect with fellow alumni via the Tintern Grammar LinkedIn page. To be added to the Tintern Grammar search feature within LinkedIn, simply add Tintern Grammar to your LinkedIn profile correctly and the technology will do the rest!


Interns @ Tintern

In 2022 the Alumni & Community Relations Office partnered with the Monash Business School Work Integrated Learning program with the intention of hosting an alumni intern placement at Tintern.

Whilst we have been unable to match with a Tintern alumni we have been very fortunate to work with two wonderful interns from the program. Ruby and Gigi fitted in well in the Community Relations Office and were instrumental administering all things alumni related.

We have again applied to support another intern in Semester 1 2023, and encourage any Tintern alumni studying in the Business faculty at Monash to consider applying. The Monash WIL are professional and easy to work with and I would highly recommend to other employers.




Jessica Fettell (Oberstar Class of 2011) After a lengthy wait of 41 weeks, Brad and I welcomed our darling daughter Kelsey Jayne Fettell into the world. Born June 29 2022, 11.43pm and weighing 3.29kgs.

Samantha ‘Sam’ Green (Brown 2003) and Matt Green had their second boy Edward Christopher Green. Born on the 4 November 2022 at Cabrini. A little brother for Lenny.  Named after several great Edward’s in the Green family tree, and Christopher after Sam’s brother – also sharing the name with his grandfather. Welcome to the world little Teddy. 

Briony Karakoussis (Fowler Class of 2007) and her husband Peter welcomed Chloe Isabella Karakoussis on the 6 October 2022. Sienna is loving being a big sister and cuddling Chloe!

Allison ‘Ally’ Montgomery (Class of 2013) welcomed baby Noah to the world on the 16 March 2022. Big sister poppy adores him very much. 

Claire Wheaton (Class of 2007) and partner Yannis welcomed Ted Carlos Gantner on the 19 October 2022, weighing 3.28kg. Little brother to Mack, and they are all besotted with their little boy.

Jodie White (Class of 2004) and her partner Wade welcomed Leila Ryan born in September 2022 . Her big sister Aurora has been very ‘helpful’ doting on her. Uncle Alan (Class of 2008) loves that he has another niece to spoil.


Ashlee Maytuckey (Maywald Class of 2011) married Maurice Stuckey were married on the 27 August 2022. They had a beautiful wedding at Toolangi Heights. Eliza Kate (Class of 2011) made her stunning wedding day bouquet. Ash and Maurice have changed their name to Maytuckey (a combination of Maywald and Stuckey).

Tanya Mitchell (Carlile Class of 2003) married Guy Mitchell in the Anglican faith on the 9 April 2022 in a surprise wedding on williamstown anglers club jetty. A well coordinated ‘rouse’ enabled all parents and many siblings of both bride and groom to find out only moments before the ceremony. Jacqui Driscoll (Class of 2000) also was in surprise attendance.


Brodie Anderson (Class of 2013) passed away on the 15 September 2022.

Mary Gallahar (Noonan, Class of 1954) passed away peacefully at the
National Capital Private Hospital, after a brief illness, aged 83. Loved wife of Don. Much-loved mother of Chris and Alison.

Margaret Grant (McVean, Class of 1959) passed away on 1 October 2021, aged 80. Beloved wife of Howard, loving and much-loved mother and mother-in-law, adoring grandmother. Died peacefully surrounded by family. Forever in our hearts.

Suzanne Godwin (Facey Class of 1955) passed away on the 9 June 2022. Loving wife of Ian (deceased). Dearly loved mother and mother in law of Nicola and Anton, Jane and Michael, Michael and Rebecca, and Cait and Matthew.
Beloved grandmother of Wil, Lizzie and Mitch, Ella, Tom, Sasha, Joe, Sophie, Angus and Lulu. Special great grandmother of Eddie.
A life well lived. Dearly missed by all and forever in our hearts.

Pam Hawkins (Forsyth, YG 1957) aged 82 years young, passed away suddenly on 16 June 2022.

Constance ‘Connie’ Hueston (Berndt YG 1946) passed away on the 21 July 2022, at 93 years young, only months after her sister Barbara Edwards (Berndt YG 1946). Beloved wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. Remembered for her love and kindness.

Meryl Patrick (Crocker, Class of 1940) 12/07/1923 – 15/08/2022
Loving wife of Alan. Much loved mother of Douglas and Janet. Grandmother of Alexandra, Elizabeth, and Olivia. Sister of Lorna Johnson (Crocker, Class of 1938, dec) and cousin of Alison Ewen (Crocker, Class of 1946, dec)


School News

Salvation Army Christmas Appeal

We were delighted to present the Salvation Army with over a thousand items of food and groceries in support of their annual Christmas Food Drive. Promoted by our School Leaders and supported by all members of the Tintern Community, we were humbled to be able to hopefully make a difference to those facing adversity at this time of the year.

Principal’s Thank You Night

Thank you to everyone who was able to join us for the Principal’s Thank You evening on the 24 November 2022. We were joined on the evening by some of our incredible Alumni, who form TOGA and TGA, and attend the school to share their knowledge and experiences with our current students.

It was wonderful to be able to thank so many of the incredible people who have volunteered their time and expertise throughout the year! 

A special thank you to Stephanie Deveson (YG 2008), who made the delicious cookies on the night through her Cafe Willow and Jackson in Healesville, and to Alison Quaggin (YG 1999)  for preparing the thank you hampers, through her providore in Healesville, Kitchen and Butcher.

We would love your feedback about this event and any thoughts you may have for future Thank You Evenings. The survey is relevant if you did, or did not, attend. Please complete our survey here (it should only take a couple of minutes).

We look forward to another exciting year in 2023.

Community Fun Day

Despite the uncertainty of the (typical Melbourne) weather, the Community Fun Day on Saturday 22 October, was a wonderful success. Focused on bringing our Community back together after a tumultuous two and half years, we were grateful for the support of everyone who braved the threat of rain, and came along to enjoy the incredible musical performances, delicious food and fun activities. There was a wonderful community vibe in the air, and it was evident everyone was enjoying themselves. 

This event could not have gone ahead without the incredibly hard work of our dedicated Volunteers. The Tintern Parent Group not only organised, they also funded, this day to provide an opportunity for connection at Tintern. Thank you to the incredible TPG Sub-Committee volunteers who worked tirelessly to envision and organise this amazing day.

A thank you to the many Tintern staff and students who also supported the day. A special thank you also to Music, Library, Facilities, Friends of Music, Community Relations and the Marketing Teams who were instrumental in the operation of this event.

Finally, we would also like to thank the local businesses who supported the day through their generous donations:

If you have a fantastic photo from the day you would like to share, or would like to send feedback, please email communityrelations@tintern.vic.edu.au.

TPG Trivia Night 2022

Thank you to everyone who purchased tickets for the TPG Trivia Night last Saturday. It was an incredible evening, led by Adam Kenny, Quiz Master extraordinaire, and managed by an amazing team of Volunteers from the Tintern Parent Group. We were joined by many Alumni on the evening, including a TGA table, which despite being small they held their own on the night.

It was a festive atmosphere, with our first place Costume Winners taking the Christmas in July theme seriously. We were excited to see so many amazing costumes, including our second place winners Top Gun and the Sailors, amongst many others. Congratulations to our overall Trivia winners, with our first place winners achieving the top spot on the final round.

All proceeds from the raffle and games were donated to the Smith Family, which came to $650.

A special thank you on behalf of the school to the hardworking members of the TPG who made this night possible. 

Thank you also to Adam Kenny, who once again led an incredible 5 rounds of Trivia and many wonderful special activities and games, including Tintern’s Got Talent (and there was some amazing talent!).

A final thank you to the Green Team and Social Justice Group, who organised a fantastic Silent Auction, with the money raised going towards the Future Rising program.

We look forward to another wonderful Trivia Night in 2023!

Friends of Music – Munch with the Musos

Munch with the Musos returned with a bang this year, after a 2 year pause. With over 360 people in attendance, the student’s presented wonderful and engaging performances.

A special thank you to Friends of Music for supporting the day, providing delicious food and the amazing decorations. We greatly appreciate the time and expertise you all gave to make this such an amazing event.

Thank you also to Bakers Delight, Burwood One, for sponsoring this event.

Spring Luncheon

What a wonderful day we had with the Tintern Community at @zonzoestate on the 10 November. Our spring theme brought out the colourful dresses, with beautiful flowers adorning the tables, the sun shining over the vineyards and LOTS of delicious food. A happy time was had by all. We had families of our ELC Junior School and Secondary School, Alumnae and even future parents join us. It was a great chance for our community to catch up and for those new to our community to make new friends. Thank you to our Assistant Principal Oriana Constable who welcomed the group and drew the door prizes.
Special thanks to Zonzos Estate for providing the beautiful venue, delicious and plentiful food and great service.
Our generous door prize doners:
  • Zonzo for 2 x wine packs
  • Zabecca Living for a hamper
  • Mary Eats Cake for High Tea voucher $145
  • Bedford Coffee Co for 2 x gift vouchers
  • Suppliers:
  • Willow & Jackson Cafe for the Tintern cookies
  • Caterbury Road Flower Gallery for flowers
  • Yarra Valley Chocolaterie & Ice Creamery for the chocolate gift hamper

First Nations Peoples Learning – Murrundindi Visit to Tintern

We were fortunate to have Wurundjeri head man, Murrundindi spend two days at our School in early November. He spent time with our students from all Year levels from drawing and art with our Early Learning children, cultural leadership with our Year 5 girls, bush food sessions, to dance and digeridoo. Sharing his stories with our students and staff we were transported to his first-hand experiences of growing up as an aboriginal person and his pathway to and role as leader of the Wurundjeri people. His knowledge and inclusive and caring nature for the people, flora and fauna and this land was inspiring.

Murrundindi’s visit goes hand in hand with our focus on care of each other and our land as a community that reflects a commitment to respect culture. His insights and stories kindled our learners’ imaginations and transformed the way they see their world and each other. We give thanks for his visit and look forward to his return at the start of our year in 2023.

Friends of Music Jazz Night – A wonderful Winter Wonderland!

After a 2 year hiatus, the Friends of Music and Tintern Music team organized an incredible 2022 Jazz Night. The ‘Winter Wonderland’ looked amazing, the music performances were spectacular, and if the packed-out dance floor for the last set of Ross Irwin’s septet is anything to go by, the students had a great night.

A big thank you to everyone who helped with the planning and preparations for Jazz Night 2022, and for helping on the night. We are grateful for the hard work of the amazing volunteers on our friends of Music. Congratulations to the music department and students on staging a magnificent array of performances.

Thank you to our incredible local Community for their generous donations towards both the raffle and door prizes:

  • Priceline Heathmont – Hamper
  • CRK Ladies Wear – Red ladies purse
  • Baybury Power – Mower or Brushcutter service
  • Dan Murphy’s Ringwood – $25 voucher
  • Barry Plant Heathmont – Bottle of G.H. Mumm sparkling wine
  • IGA Heathmont – Bottle of Campo Viejo rosé wine
  • Heathmont Dry Cleaners – $20 voucher
  • Hook Line and Sinker Fish and Chips – 4 x $15 vouchers
  • George Biantes Hair Design – Free haircut and blow wave
  • Crumbles Bakehouse – 10% discount voucher
  • Vanilla Pod Cafe – 4 x $10 vouchers
  • The Framing Studio – $150 voucher
  • Chapter Too – $20 voucher
  • Becca Hair and Beauty – $70 voucher for cut and blowave
  • Milk and Wine Co. – $50 voucher, 1kg Reverence coffee beans, 1 bottle Sir Paz 2016 Sauvignon Blanc and 1 bottle Brown Brothers 2019 Gamay wine
  • Morgans Winery – 3 bottles of Wine
  • A voucher for bed and breakfast at Lancemore Lindenderry Estate, Red Hill
  • A hand-made tambourine which can be personalised for the winner

Don’t forget to Save the Date now for the next Jazz Night in 2023, Saturday 2 September.


Class of 2008 Reunion – Saturday 18 February 2022 – Book you ticket now!

Join us at Tintern Grammar for your Class of 2008, 15 Year Reunion. Enjoy an afternoon of nibbles and drinks while you reconnect with classmates and the School.

Partners are welcome to attend as well, please include them in your booking.


Saturday 18 February 2023 at 3.30m to 6.30pm

Southwood Boys start @ 2.45pm front entrance, Maidstone Street Ringwood and then head across to Tintern for drinks and nibbles from 3.30pm


Year 9 Courtyard, Tintern Grammar
90 Alexandra Road, Ringwood East


There is no cost for the Reunion at Tintern for Past students, current or past staff.

  • Guest ticket – $10


RSVP through Humanitix online here by Friday 10 February 2023: https://events.humanitix.com/class-of-2008-15-year-reunion

Update your details

You can update you details online, either when booking your ticket or submitting an apology.


Parking will be available in the Bush Car Park @ 55 Alexandra Road Ringwood East or in our Transport Bus Bay @ corner of Loma and Morinda Streets East Ringwood.

If parking on the side streets please be aware of any parking restrictions that apply.


  • 45pm – Southwood Tour @Maidstone Street
  • 30pm – Event commences at Tintern Grammar, Year 9
  • 00pm – Official welcome from our Principal Mr Brad Fry
  • 10pm – Tours to commence
  • 30pm – Reunion to finish – Offsite celebration as arranged privately

An important note

Please note Class of 2013 will also be attending in their own dedicated area.


Contact us at Tintern Grammar on 03 9845 7877 or email communityrelations@tintern.vic.edu.au

We hope to see you at your 15 Year Reunion.


Class of 2013 Reunion – Saturday 18 February – Book your ticket now!

Join us at Tintern Grammar for your Class of 2013, 10 Year Reunion. Enjoy an afternoon of nibbles and drinks while you reconnect with classmates and the School.

Partners are welcome to attend as well, please include them in your booking.


Saturday 18 February 2023 at 3.30m to 6.30pm

Southwood Boys start @ 2.45pm front entrance, Maidstone Street Ringwood and then head across to Tintern for drinks and nibbles from 3.30pm


Year 9 Courtyard, Tintern Grammar
90 Alexandra Road, Ringwood East


There is no cost for the Reunion at Tintern for Past students, current or past staff.

  • Guest ticket – $10


RSVP through Humanitix online here by Friday 10 February 2023: https://events.humanitix.com/classof2013-10yrreunion

Update your details

You can update you details online, either when booking your ticket or submitting an apology.


Parking will be available in the Bush Car Park @ 55 Alexandra Road Ringwood East or in our Transport Bus Bay @ corner of Loma and Morinda Streets East Ringwood.

If parking on the side streets please be aware of any parking restrictions that apply.


  • 45pm – Southwood Tour @ Maidstone Street
  • 30pm – Event commences at Tintern Grammar, Year 9
  • 00pm – Official welcome from our Principal Mr Brad Fry
  • 10pm – Tours to commence
  • 30pm – Reunion to finish – Offsite celebration as arranged privately

An important note

Please note Class of 2008 will also be attending in their own dedicated area.


Contact us at Tintern Grammar on 03 9845 7877 or email communityrelations@tintern.vic.edu.au

We hope to see you at your 10 Year Reunion!


High Tea Reunions – 50, 55, 60 & 55+ Year Reunion YG 1973, 1968, 1963 and 1967+

We are excited to be returning to onsite High Tea Reunions in 2023, after a 3 year break!

If you are in Class of 1973, 1968, 1963, or 1967 and prior, please Save the Date – Tuesday 4 April from 11am to 2pm.

An invitation will be sent closer to the time, but we hope you can join us next year.


Class of 2017 – 5 Year Reunion

On Friday 22 July we welcomed Alumni from the Class of 2017 to the Hawthorn Hotel for their 5 Year Reunion.

Joined on the night by some of their past teachers, we enjoyed delicious food and drinks.

Thank you to all those who were able to join us.


Reunion Festival 2022 – Class of 2002, 1997, 1992, 1987, 1982 and 1977

Thank you to all our past students who celebrated their Reunion with us at the Reunion Festival in November.
We welcomed groups from the Class of 2002, 1997, 1992, 1987, 1982 and 1977. There was a festive atmosphere as our past students reconnected with the School and each other. A highlight was the student-led tours around the campus, and the past staff who also attended to catch up with their former students.
A special thank you to the incredible Volunteers who also gave their time and expertise to the Reunions – TOGA President Carol Robertson (Hogan Class of 1980), Archive Volunteer Lynne Franke (Bernadou Class of 1958), TGA President Emily Mignot (Class of 2012) and TGA Committee Member Eliza Mignot (Class of 2017).

1940s Alumane Luncheon

At Tintern we enjoy a strong bond with our Alumni community and remain connected with Alumni from all decades.
On Tuesday 8 November, Di Lacey, Alumni and Community Relations Manager, had the pleasure to attend a lunch with a group of alumnae from the forties, all in their 90s (except one – Di Sexton). They enjoyed a lovely lunch at Pat Pickings resident apartments in Camberwell, with many stories shared of their time at Tintern in Hawthorn. Pat brought along photos and the afternoon was spent reminiscing and recalling everyone’s name.
Pictured are the ladies who attended:
L to R standing: Joan Norbury (1948 Petty) Pat Picking (1947 Sorby) Nell Eddy (1946 Baker)
Sitting: Lois Thompson (1946 Petty) Margaret-Anne Thomas (1947) Di Sexton (1952 Cash)

Calendar of Events 2023




10 Year Reunion YG 2013

Saturday 18 February at 3.30pm

15 Year Reunion YG 2008

Saturday 18 February at 3.30pm

50, 55, 60 & 55+ Year Reunion YG 1973, 1968, 1963 and 1967+

Tuesday 4 April, 11am to 2.00pm

5 Year Reunion YG 2018

Friday 21 July at 7.30pm, offsite

Reunion Festival YGs 2003, 1998, 1993, 1988, 1983, 1978

Saturday 11 November at 3.30pm, followed by Offsite

Return to Tintern Alumni Admissions Tour

Thursday 16 November, 6pm – 8pm CM Wood Centre




Foundation Service 2023

Friday 3 February at 8.30am

International Women’s Day Breakfast

Wednesday 8 March, 7am

2023 FOE Horse Trials

Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 March

2023 Musical – Chicago

Wednesday 29 March to Saturday 1 April

Cathedral Service 2023

Friday 5 May 10am to 11am

Find Your Future Self Careers Night

Thursday 18 May at 6pm

TPG Trivia Night

Saturday 29 July at 7pm

Jazz Night

Saturday 2 September at 7pm

TPG Presentation Ball

Saturday 9 September at 7.30pm

Celebration Evening

Monday 9 October at 7pm

TPG Spring Garden Tour

Friday 20 October – 9am to 3.15pm

Spring Luncheon

Friday 17 November – 12noon to 3pm

Munch with the Musos

Sunday 26 November 10am

Principal’s Volunteer Thank You Evening

Thursday 30 November at 7pm

The dates may change due to unforeseen circumstances, always check the webpage for the latest dates and time.

Admissions Tour and Events Dates

At Tintern Grammar we provide many opportunities for families to tour the School. 

To view a virtual tour of Tintern Grammar please see select below:

For further information on tours or enrolment at Tintern Grammar, please visit here to view upcoming tour dates



Please enjoy this selection of Staff Photos from our Archives.

If you have photos you would like to share, please email communityrelations@tintern.vic.edu.au.