Year 9/10 Subject Selection Evening TONIGHT

This evening, there will be a Subject Selection Evening held in Heyward Hall at 7pm. Both, students and parents are invited to attend to learn more about the subject choices they will make as they progress through Years 9 & 10.

Tonight’s session will be for any students (and their parents) who will be in Year 9 or 10 next year, 2018.  We encourage everyone to attend so that they can be as informed as possible.

While the subjects that young people select at this stage do not influence their tertiary pathways, there is evidence-based research to suggest that students who are healthy, have a positive outlook on their education and undertake subjects that they enjoy, achieve to their potential.

We look forward to seeing you this evening.

ICCES Athletics Competition

Last month, 76 Braemar students competed in the ICCES Athletics Competition at Lakeside Stadium, Albert Park.
After a very close competition all day which saw Braemar running 3rd for the majority, we took out 4th place overall. The competition was especially close between the three teams that finished 3rd to 5th place; Bacchus Marsh Grammar, Goulburn Valley Grammar School and Braemar.
Some of the students with the strongest and most competitive performances are listed below:
  • Charlie May, Year 7 Male.
    Charlie finished the day with a lot of points and was very, very close to taking out Age Group Champion.
  • Abby Thomson, Year 8 Female.
    Abby broke the high jump record for her age group, beating the previous record by 4cms and setting a new record of 155cms. Abby was also very close to taking out Age Group Champion.
  • Jack Hansford, Year 10 Male.
    Jack competed very strongly and accrued a lot of points bringing him quite close to Age Group Champion.
  • Matilda Smith – Year 12 Female.
    Matilda was a very strong competitor for Braemar throughout the day.
Congratulations to all the students who participated.

Good luck to our Cross Country runners!

This weekend, Braemar has eleven students competing in the Victorian All Schools Cross Country Championships at Bundoora Park.

This year, the runners representing Braemar will be Alec McGregor, Nysa Males, Tana Males, Jessica Martin, Ella Pointer, Thomas Grinter, Eliza Cowburn, Arthur Williamson, Lily Cowburn, Tasman Blizzard and Bryce Stevenson.

Congratulations to our competitors for getting to this stage, we wish you the best of luck for tomorrow!


Cabaret at Jacksons@Braemar!

Next Thursday evening, Thursday 22nd June, there will be a Cabaret evening at Jacksons@Braemar!

We are on the look out for all creatives; orators, singers, dancers, DJs, musicians, poets, actors, artists or any other kind of performer. This invitation is not exclusive to students; our Braemar parents are also invited to showcase their talents!

If you have a special talent and think you might enjoy performing for our guests at Jacksons@Braemar, sign up now by emailing Mr Shaun Evans at .



House Art & Chess Competitions 2017

On Tuesday 23 May, after school had finished for the day, we had our 2017 House Chess and House Art Competitions. It was a really great evening showcasing talent and creativity.


This year, the House Art Competition was held in Heyward Hall. The competition was structured so that the students were given a theme on the night and had half an hour to brainstorm ideas before the competition started. This year’s theme was Disney and Fairytales.

The tasks for each age group were as below:

Year 5/6 – Create a Diorama

Year 7/8 – Create Props and/or Sculptures

Year 9/10 – Create a Backdrop (for the Year 11/12s to post in front of)

Year 11/12 – Create Costumes for a Fashion Show

The results for this year’s House Art Competition are below:

1st Place – Darling

2nd Place – Ward

3rd Place – Harry

4th Place – Farley

5th Place – Clyde

6th Place – Baker



The House Chess Competition was held in Jackson Hall this year with students from every year level competing.

The final scores for each house are below:

1st Place – Harry, 26.5 points

2nd Place – Baker, 22.5 points

3rd Place – Ward, 22 points

4th Place – Darling, 18 points

5th Place – Clyde, 17 points

6th Place – Farley, 13.5 points

 The Age Group Champions are listed below (each Age Group Champion will be awarded a certificates and medal at assembly):

Year 5/6 – Liam Eales and Dash Fenwick

Year 7/8 – Flynn Weber

Year 9/10 – Louis Hansford and Oliver Bagin

Year 11/12 – Hunter Mackay

Excellence points go to the winning team members as well as the top three from each age group:

Harry House players

Liam Eales

Dash Fenwick

Cormac Hayes

Flynn Weber

Ben Shaw

Felix Hughes

Sam Brockhoff

Louis Hansford

Oliver Bagin

Morgen Mackay

Hunter Mackay

Arky Ventouras

Lewis Dacre