Peninsula Grammar benefits from superb facilities and these may be available to hire for your event.
Click here for details of external facilities available to hire and fees, and click here for a booking request form. The first step for the hire of any School facility will be to fill out the booking request form.
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The Ansett Hall is named in memory of Sir Reginald Ansett, Chairman of the School Board of Directors from 1964 until 1974. The Ansett Hall is the School's main auditorium and is regularly used for drama and musical performances as well as various assemblies.
There are two boarding houses on the campus, Jaffray House and Heather Reilly House, both providing our boarders with a caring home away from home. The resident boarding staff provide not only guidance but many extra-curricular activities outside school hours.
Jaffray House caters for over 50 boys from various parts of the world, while Heather Reilly House provides for our international female students. Senior boarders have their own rooms and access to special study facilities.
Amongst our Creative Arts facilities are Middle and Senior Years Art Studios, Design & Technology Workshop and Studio, a 10-station darkroom as well as a Visual Communication & Design Studio.
Our senior students are given the opportunity to showcase their work at our annual Art Exhibition.
The Lecture Theatre is an outstanding facility for our Senior School and models a tertiary learning environment. The Lecture Theatre is a wonderful venue for guest speakers, student meetings, debates and small performances. It is also the perfect place for students to hone their public speaking skills. The Lecture Theatre represents a typical university style setting, preparing our students for the next step in their education.
Our Pavilion overlooks the Harry Macdonald Sportsground and provides a base for the sports teams of our alumni, The Old Peninsula Students' Association (TOPSA).
In addition to being a wonderful multi-purpose facility, the upper level balcony provides a fantastic vantage point from which to watch football and cricket games. It is the site of many School functions and events including student reunions and parent social gatherings as well as providing an ideal venue for VCE exams. The lower level comprises shower and change rooms and a kiosk which is very well used during Saturday sports games.
We boast 3 gymnasiums, 2 with adjoining heated swimming pools which are used all year round. Netball, basketball, badminton, gymnastics, table tennis, volleyball and many other sports are played here.
The Perry Building is named after Mr Doug Perry who was Chairman of the School Board of Directors from 1991 until 1999. This award winning, environmentally friendly building was completed in 2007 and houses our Years 7 & 8 Middle Years students. The building has large rooms with wide corridors and stairways, welcoming foyers with couches for students to gather and a homely gas fireplace and television in its reception area.
Peninsula Grammar Resource Centre is essential to our learning community, providing curriculum based resources for students and staff while also catering for the recreational reading needs of users.
The Senior Resource Centre provides a welcoming environment staffed by a qualified, professional, enthusiastic team which aims to promote and encourage a reading culture, a love of literacy and a life-long love of learning.
The Chapel of the Resurrection is a beautiful place of peace and tranquillity with its stunning stained glass windows which were designed by a past student. It was consecrated in 1982 which was the School’s 21st year.
All students from Prep to Year 10 undertake Religious Education classes and can choose to attend an open service held in the Chapel every Friday. Local and School families make up the Chapel Congregation which meets for worship on Sundays. The Chapel is also used to celebrate weddings, christenings and funerals.
The Science Centre is made up of two areas. The first is a Middle Years science centre with general science rooms as well as an informal learning area to enable some flexibility in the use of space and teaching and learning styles. The VCE Science centre contains specialist rooms for Chemistry, Physics and Biology each of which include a laboratory and a studio. These newly built laboratories and studios are all equipped with interactive white boards and sounds systems which allow the recording of lessons. The laboratories also have cameras which allow practical work to be recorded so that students who are absent are able to view the experiments and to allow all students to review these at home. The Science Centre is a place for students to explore the more theoretical aspects of the various branches of Science and to undertake exciting practical work in our state-of-the-art laboratories.
The Zammit Senior Centre overlooks our athletics track and North oval. This new landmark building boasts 20 state-of-the-art classrooms and a cafeteria which seats 250 students and staff.
The building has a tertiary feel; with the corridors lined on one side by glass walled rooms and on the other by break-out spaces that will promote both collaborative and individual learning. A sizeable space has been devoted to a silent study area. Our Year 11 and Year 12 students have a wonderful facility in which to learn and study and from which they will be able to enjoy views which will extend out over Port Phillip Bay.
The Tuck Shop is very popular with our students for lunches and counter sales. It also caters for special events such as International Week, French Day and Footy Days. The Tuck Shop offers a wide variety of delicious food with an increasing focus on healthy food alternatives such as juices, salads, yoghurt, fruit, wraps and sushi.
In addition to several permanent staff our School is fortunate to have many volunteers who staff the Tuckshop on a rotational basis.
Peninsula Grammar has a strong and successful tradition of musical and dramatic performance dating back to the founding of the School in 1961. The Performing Arts Centre was opened in 2009 and is a magnificent purpose-built facility. The upper level houses specialist rooms for Piano, Vocals, Percussion, Brass, Woodwind, Flute and Guitar as well as a variety of classrooms and performance spaces. The lower level contains a Dance Studio, Drama Studios, Rehearsal Room and Green Room.
Parents wishing to view the School are invited to contact our Admissions Office, who welcome enquiries at any time and will be happy to arrange personal tours for families. Telephone (03) 9788 7753 or email email@example.com.