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2/14th Australian Field Regiment 

In 2007 the school formed a partnership with the 2/14th Australian Field Regiment through the Adopt An Ex-Service Organisation Program, administered by the Shrine of Remembrance. Each year our Year 6 students have opportunities to experience the traditions surrounding commemoration and remembrance, to reflect upon the importance of peace, to develop historical knowledge and understanding and to form relationships with our veterans and their families. 

Our students and staff in the past have attended the Anniversary of the Bombing of Darwin Commemoration to represent the 2/14th Australian Field Regiment, which had been active in Darwin during the bombing raids. Students took part in the Anzac Day march and the moving service held afterwards at the designated 2/14th Australian Field Regiment tree by the Shrine of Remembrance.

Year 6 students in the past have also helped to conduct the annual Commemorative Service for the 2/14th Australian Field Regiment at the Shrine of Remembrance, which is followed by a brief service at Christ Church South Yarra.  

The relationship between Christ Church Grammar School, the veterans, and their families is special and valued by everyone and in 2017 the school was proud to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the partnership.

Indigenous Australian Perspectives 

National Reconciliation Week is marked by involvement in a range of events at school and in the wider community. The Reconciliation Chapel Service is a culmination of our whole school focus on aspects of storytelling and sustainability, particularly through the exploration of the traditional story, Friends continued their generous support for our programs including the partnership with Red Dust Role Models, enabling Year 6 students to visit the Areyonga community, in the Northern Territory.

Areyonga Cultural Exchange

The Reconciliation Interest Group is instrumental in generating many opportunities throughout the year for the school to reflect upon reconciliation, build relationships and increase knowledge of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and histories. In the first week of the Term 3 holidays, Year 6 students join Red Dust Role Models to travel to the Areyonga community, a three hour drive west of Alice Springs for a five-day cultural exchange - for many students, this is a life-changing experience. 

School Charity

Every year, the community of Christ Church Grammar School together select a charity for our fundraising focus. 

In 2018 our chosen charity was FareShare and we are particularly pleased to have linked with this wonderful organisation in this, our 120th year, as the CEO, Marcus Godinho (pictured below with Year 6 students), is an alumnus of Christ Church Grammar School.

We are thrilled that the total amount raised for FareShare was in excess of $10,500 which provided approximately 14,000 meals for those in need.