The highly anticipated launch of Melbourne Girls Grammar Artemis Centre was highlighted in The Educator’s recent article titled ‘Private school unveils ‘gendered’ well-being centre’.
In the article, The Educator described the Artemis Centre as a facility which blends academic, co-curricular and well-being programs for the school’s students and also acts as a foundational part of the school’s forward-thinking Senior Years Program, which was launched in February 2017.
The article continues to outline that the new centre, was officially opened by Victorian Governor, Linda Dessau, and includes a 25-metre multipurpose hydraulic swimming pool, an outdoor seated amphitheater, a dedicated fitness hub and “Me Zones” for small groups and one-to-one well-being coaching.
The Artemis Centre is referred to as a “gendered building” – and was designed by a group of female architects who took a holistic view of girls and their needs into consideration. Including factors such as transparency and privacy within the building, the privacy of the amenities and the interconnectedness of adults and students in the building through social spaces.
To view the full article, visit The Educator Website.