It is only the second day of term and already there is so much to celebrate and reflect on at Lowther Hall! I enjoyed reconnecting with many families yesterday morning at the front of the School, where our Senior School Captains had set up a very festive entry point adorned with balloons!

What a way to begin the first day of Term 1! Our Senior Rowing Squad was out nice and early this morning when this photo was captured by their coach, Nicola. Welcome to 2017 to all our Lowther girls and staff, we look forward to another fantastic year ahead!

​The outstanding 2016 VCE results at Lowther Hall in 2016 are a credit to the hard work and dedication of students and teachers alike, with 13 percent of the Year 12 cohort scoring an ATAR (Australian Tertiary Entrance Rank) of 99 or above placing them in the top 1% of the nation.

We are very excited to celebrate the achievements of Aimee (Year 5) and Makayla (Year 6), who last weekend both attended the Oceania Taekwondo Championships in Fiji and came away with Gold and Silver medals!

I am certain that all who attended St Paul’s Cathedral for our annual Carols Service last night will agree that it was one of the best! The girls, as always, made me incredibly proud as they lifted their voices together in song with great enthusiasm. An enormous thank you to everyone who contributed to the service, particularly our Director of Choral and Voice, Ms Joanne Carroll.​

​Congratulations to Cindy (Year 11) and Chloe (Year 9) who have both achieved their Associate Diploma in Music (AMusA) on the violin – an award highly respected and prestigious, recognising a...

​Thank you to everyone who made last Friday’s Twilight Festival such a wonderful success! In particular I would like to acknowledge the work of Festival Coordinator and PFA Vice President, Mrs Catriona Minney, whose vision, energy and incredible amount of work, was instrumental in bringing about such a fantastic event.