The It’s Her Turn Campaign was established in 2017 to support Lauriston’s 10-year Masterplan. This comprehensive Masterplan will realise the School’s aspiration to grow the breadth of its educational and experiential learning programs and encompasses world-class facilities for sport, health, music, the arts and innovative learning platforms that will excite, motivate and educate students for generations to come.

The building program includes three phases of development:

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Phase 1

Construction of:

  • a Sports, Health and Wellbeing precinct with new gymnasium and external courts
  • a unified Junior School with engaging learning spaces and a large outdoor play area
  • an Early Learning Centre providing a seamless transition from childcare to three- and four-year-old Kindergarten.

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Phase 2

The regeneration of our Music and Performing Arts space, which will include the enhancement of the Irving Hall and new learning spaces for Music and Performing Arts.

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Phase 3

The construction of an Inter-disciplinary Learning Commons with spaces for Visual Arts, Science and Digital Technologies.

These facilities will support our School’s vision to offer:

  • an innovative whole-of-school sports and wellbeing program, so that from the early years our girls will develop the mental, physical, emotional and social skills to flourish and adapt
  • a Junior school, which provides a seamless and all-encompassing educational journey from ELC to Year 6  with purpose-built learning environments fostering the education, growth and foundation skills of younger students.

 

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Support for the Campaign

The goal for the It’s Her Turn Campaign is $5 million.  A huge thank you to all donors who believe in our vision and have already helped us raise over $2million of our goal.

It’s Her Turn is ably supported by a Campaign Committee of Old Lauristonians and current and past parents, who bring to the table their expertise in areas of sport, grant making and donor relations, as well as their individual Lauriston insights and professional experience from the corporate sector and other not-for-profit boards/associations.

Campaign Committee Members:

  • Julia Rockman (Ringrose, 1986) – Co-Chair

  • Elli Walker (Reason, 1988) – Co-Chair

  • Georgie Bruce (also member of the Lauriston Foundation Board)

  • Tom O’Brien

  • Anna Wilson (Murray, 1990)

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It’s Your Turn to make
it HER TURN!

Lauriston has been a trailblazer in providing women’s education for many generations. You, too, can be a part of our mission to advance girls’ education.

Give now!

Every dollar donated to the Campaign makes a huge difference. We have a range of fundraising programs designed to suit everyone.

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Be a Lauriston Influencer

Talk to your friends and family about the Campaign, its goals, the Masterplan and how these exciting changes will benefits our students now and in the decades to come. Spread the message through your social media, networks and anyone with an interest in girls’ education.

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Thanking our Donors

Most Lauriston donors have been supporting the School for many years and we are deeply grateful for their loyalty and commitment to the School.

Meet some of them here.  

For more information about this Campaign or to have a confidential discussion, please contact Marina Johnson, Director of Advancement, on 9864 7582 or johnsonma@lauriston.vic.edu.au.

 

 

Vision and Philosophy
Principal Susan Just and Rick Ball

 

Meet the Architects

 

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