Verney Rd Campus
Shepparton VIC Australia 3632
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Update 29/11: Urgent Information


Updated 29th November 

Early this morning (Saturday 29th November) Telstra Technicians completed repairs to the faulty fibre optic cabling, restoring services to the GVGS site.
This has restored telephone and data services.

All Internet services are now available again including,

Parent Portal,

Thank you for your patience and understanding during this outage,

Trevor Pye

Head of Information Systems
Goulburn Valley Grammar School





Presentation Evening Tickets

Presentation Evening 2014 Tickets

 To apply for Presentation Evening Tickets, please complete the below linked form and return to student reception urgently.


Presentation Evening 2014 Ticket ordering form. 


Mobile Phones and Sleep

Mobile Phone Addicts Most Sleep Deprived: Study

The Woolcock Institute of Medical Research has confirmed a long held suspicion of many parents and teachers, ` teenagers who routinely snuggle up in bed at night with their computer or mobile phone are more than twice as likely to be sleep deprived than other adolescents`. Over 70% of 11-17 year olds were reporting two or more devices could be found in their bedroom at night. One of the researchers, Dr Marschall said,` the findings suggest that night time technology use is harmful for both sleep and circadian systems, hurting teen health and learning potential`.  Researchers found that light emitted by computers, mobile phones and TVs is known to suppress the sleep hormone melatonin and delay sleep/wake patterns. These devices are also interactive, keeping the user alert and awake. Teenagers need NINE (9) hours of sleep a night on average and should aim for at least EIGHT (8)hours a night on weeknights. Sleep deprivation has been linked to mood disorders, learning problems, school absenteeism, poor self- esteem and weight gain.

Please click this link for the full Article.


Mental Health Week 6th - 10th October



This webpage provides information about mental health and access to online and phone support.


Useful website and contacts for mental health and wellbeing   - Mental Health Victoria  -Beyond Blue contains information sheets, advice, videos and help forums  -The Black Dog Institute has a number of articles worth reading which can be found at this link  - Headspace provides services for 12 -25 year olds – the Shepparton service contact details are Phone: 58 23 8800 or 129 High Street Shepparton  - provides online support and counselling to young people aged 12-25



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