Keysborough Campus Tour
- SENIOR SCHOOL
- 1. Rendall Oval
- 2. Grenda Aquatic Centre
- 3. McGregor Library
- 4. Wings Cafe
- 5. The Quadrangle
- 6. Lecture Theatre
- 7. Aikman Hall
- 8. Ralph W Hill Memorial Gallery
- 9. Altera Terra
- 10. David Bradshaw Chapel
- 11. Senior Boys Centre
- 12. Senior Girls Centre
- 13. Pre-Senior Centre
- 14. Early Learning Centre
- 15. Junior School
- 16. Resource Centre
- 17. Girls Middle School
- 18. Boys Middle School
1. Rendall Oval
Named after Haileybury's first Headmaster Charles Rendall, Rendall Oval is home to the School's First Football and Cricket teams. The Oval has seen many sporting events during its time and also hosts the Victorian Pipe Band Championships. Rendall Oval also features a pavilion for home and away teams and an electronic scoreboard.
2. Grenda Aquatic Centre
Grenda Aquatic Centre was officially opened in November 1995. The facility features a 50 metre indoor swimming and diving pool. The aquatic centre is also available for use by the greater Keysborough community.
3. McGregor Library
Recent renovations to the McGregor Library have resulted in a state-of-the-art resource centre featuring an extensive book, newspaper, magazine and DVD catalogue as well as computer labs and classrooms. The new library provides students with a relaxing and engaging environment to study. The Library is open from 8.00 am to 5.00 pm Monday to Friday during the School Term.
4. Wings Cafe
Wings Cafe is a meeting point for both staff and students. The Cafe offers the Haileybury community with a wide range of food and beverage options for breakfast, recess and lunch. The cafe setting provides students with a relaxing place to study and catch up with teachers outside of the formal classroom.
5. The Quadrangle
The quadrangle forms the central part of Haileybury's Keysborough secondary school with direct access to Wings Cafe, the Tuckshop, Aikman Hall and Central Administration. During recess and lunch the quad is filled with students relaxing and catching up with friends between classes.
6. Lecture Theatre
The Lecture Theatre gives students a glimpse into university life. Equipped with all the latest technology the Lecture Theatre is often used for meetings, presentations and exam revision classes.
7. Aikman Hall
Aikman Hall is the Keysborough school's main auditorium and is utilised for assemblies, musicals, concerts, speech nights and the graduation ceremonies. Aikman Hall is also home to the School's pipe organ, the largest and most valuable musical instrument in any Australian school.
8. Ralph W Hill Memorial Gallery
The Ralph W Hill Memorial Gallery give students a space to showcase their masterpieces. Throughout the year the School holds exhibition evenings where both students and staff can display their work from sketches, paintings, woodwork, textiles to installations.
9. Altera Terra
Altera Terra is home to the School's VET hospitality program. The area features a large commercial kitchen and function space that doubles as a classroom for the hospitality students.
10. David Bradshaw Chapel
Built in 1987 the David Bradshaw Chapel is the focal point for all religious observances at the School. Featuring beautiful stained glass windows, the chapel is used for a range of activities including chapel services, music concerts and gatherings.
11. Senior Boys Centre
The Senior Boys Centre is the central point for all Years 10 - 12 boys. The modern centre provides the boys with a specially designed area that gives them access to the locker bays and Heads of House.
12. Senior Girls Centre
The Senior Girls Centre is the central point for all Years 10 - 12 girls. The modern and open design provides the girls with a designated area that provides access to the locker bays, Heads of House and the Student Welfare Officer.
13. Pre-Senior Centre
The newly developed Pre-Senior Centre is home to all Year 9 students at the Keysborough campus. The boys and girls have their own specific pastoral care areas but share all the facilities. The new Pre-Senior Centre features renovated classrooms and brand new science laboratories.
14. Early Learning Centre
The Newlands Early Learning Centre gives students the chance to explore and learn through play. The classrooms have been designed to provide students with the space to easily move between the indoor and outdoor environments. The flexibility within the rooms allows for freedom in the programming for the children.
15. Junior School
Keysborough Primary School The Newlands provides students from Prep to Year 4 with a fun and engaging learning environment. All classrooms open out onto a number of different quadrangles where students spend their recess and lunchtimes. As well as their own specialised area the students also utilise other areas of the School such as the library, art rooms, gymnasium, sporting ovals, tuckshop and school hall.
16. Resource Centre
The Newlands Resource Centre provides an open and light environment from students from ELC through to Year 8. It features an extensive catalogue of books and reference material that students can read and borrow. The large area also provides classroom space as well as computer labs in the adjoining rooms. The Resource Centre is open from 8.00 am to 5.00 pm Monday to Thursday and 8.00 am to 4.30 pm Friday during the School Term.
17. Girls Middle School
As part of the parallel education model boys and girls learn separately in the middle and senior years. The Girls Middle School caters specifically to the Years 5 to 8 girls and provides them with a space that is their own. The Girls Middle School at Newlands features newly built classrooms and beautifully landscaped quadrangle areas. The girls attend classes within their area as well as utilising other facilities around the School.
18. Boys Middle School
As part of the parallel education model boys and girls learn separately in the middle and senior years. The Boys Middle School caters specifically to the Years 5 to 8 boys and provides them with a space that is their own. The boys attend classes within their area as well as utilising other facilities around the School such as the library, art rooms, gymnasium, sporting ovals, tuckshop and school hall.