Published on: 29 March 2018

More than thirty old boys from the Class of ’58 made an emotional return to Christ Church last week to celebrate a milestone – their 60-year reunion which included the opportunity to perform the Linga once again, for old times’ sake.

Morning tea was held in the Old Boys’ Gallery where Principal Alan Jones emphasised the tremendous value and significance of old boys throughout the School’s history. Head of the Year 9 On Queenslea Drive Program, Jarrod Kayler-Thomson, took the opportunity to address the old boys, sharing details of the program and a positive report of the boys’ experience.

The old boys enjoyed a campus tour led by Alumni Co-ordinator Deborah Hill which included sporting updates from Anthony Lynch, Director of Sport, an update by CAPT Conrad Scott on our latest Army Cadet Unit activities, plus a tour of the Design, Technology and Visual Arts building. Lunch at Claremont Yacht Club followed with stories, laughter and photographs to keep the gents entertained well into the afternoon.

On behalf of Christ Church Grammar School and the Old Boys’ Association, congratulations to the Class of ’58 on reaching this amazing milestone!

Click here to view a clip of the Class of ’58 performing a robust rendition of the School Linga.