A visit by 2016 X Factor winner Isaiah Firebrace, yoga and hands-on wildlife experiences with a crocodile, snake and stick insects were among the activities experienced by 21 children with a disability at the Sony Foundation ‘ABBOX of Fun’ Camp held at Knox.
Knox Grammar School
Year 11 students from Abbotsleigh and Knox (hence the name ‘ABBOX’) recently gave up the first few days of their school holidays to care for the camp participants.
The aim of the camp, which is supported by the Sony Foundation, is to provide friendship, activities and fun for children with physical or intellectual disabilities. Over the five days of the camp, the kids and volunteers stay on-site in the Knox Boarding House, providing the parents of the camp participants with a break and some important respite care.
14 March 2023
Knox Grammar School has been a leader of Positive Education for the past 12 years. Central to this is our bespoke Knox Total Fitness Model, which aims to equip students with the skills and practices to thrive in life well beyond their school years.
14 March 2023
There was much to celebrate as the CAS Summer competition came to a close over the weekend, with Knox winning the Basketball, Tennis and Volleyball fixtures.
15 December 2022
Congratulations to our Year 12 students on their outstanding results in the 2022 Higher School Certificate (HSC).
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