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Ruby steers course into rowing history

04
Apr

A GIRL is in charge of Pulteney Grammar School's rowing team for the first time in its 53-year history. As the schoolboys' first eight prepares to hit the water in the prestigious Head of the River regatta this weekend, Ruby Genborg will be calling the shots. The Year 12 student is coxswain of the crew, which is nothing new for co-educational schoo...
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Pulteney students take The Breakfast Club to the Fringe

14
Jan

Pulteney Grammar students, Dora Abraham and Patrick Livesey hope to be Adelaide's next acting success stories.Along with four classmates, the pair are performing their Year 12 drama production, The Breakfast Club, at this year's Fringe Festival.The Pulteney Grammar students performed their adaptation of the much-loved film three times in August to ...
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New generation heads to great-grandad's school

21
Jan

A FAMILY tradition that started 65 years ago will continue next week at Pulteney Grammar School. The twin great-granddaughters of Pulteney's longest-serving headmaster will start at the school. Read more.
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Jordan jumps into Year 12 results

21
Dec

PULTENEY Grammar whiz-kid Jordan Schultz hopes he'll be leaping for joy today.Jordan is hoping that he is among the 728 students who achieved a perfect score in one or more Year 12 subjects when the results are released today. Read more. Photo courtesy of The Advertiser
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Seeing double for exams

08
Nov

IDENTICAL twins Angus and Jack Lewis are sitting Year 12 exams for identical subjects and have almost identical career aspirations. The Pulteney Grammar students have studied Specialist Maths, Maths Studies, Chemistry and Physics this year, and both want to become engineers. Read more.
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Keep tech savvy to stay relevant

10
Jun

MATURE workers must be adept with new technology in the workplace to avoid being left behind. Crossways Consulting leadership coach and psychologist Dr Darryl Cross says workers employed at the turn of the century generally believed they would be able to ride out technological advancements. But he says this is no longer the case. Read more. Photo c...
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