Yarra Valley Grammar School is an independent, co-educational grammar school, located in Ringwood, a suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. The school was established in 1966 as Yarra Valley Church of England School, and catered for boys only. In 1973, Yarra Valley Anglican School established a Hearing Unit for the Deaf under the tutelage of Bill Robinson.
Its premise was that deaf children should receive the opportunity to grow and develop with their "hearing" peers in normal classroom settings. Deaf students were encouraged to participate in all extracurricular activities, such as school sports. It has since grown to encompass every year level. The Hearing Unit also has its own classroom facilities where students receive assistance with speech therapy, classwork and so on.