Drawing inspiration from a trip to Kakadu and Arnhem Land, Dean of Curriculum and Scholarship Dr Bruce Addison explores the concept of stillness and silence as a way to enrich the busy lives of students.
NASA Space Camp is just one of the many ways that Brisbane Girls Grammar School students challenge the notion that male and female brains are fundamentally different. Dean of Students Mrs Anne Ingram explores this nero-nonsense myth.
Why do students who have the required content knowledge have difficulty applying it in problem-solving situations? Evolution might provide the answer.
A Girls Grammar education is one that debunks notions of sameness and encourages our girls to value diversity. International exchanges, study tours, language courses and events such as Diversity Day all contribute to allow students to experience, study, value and take action on cultural issues.
With every device and virtual dimension available at their impetuous adolescent fingertips, why do teenagers still prefer to talk face to face? Is there something essential that is only experienced in the presence of another person; when we relate to them, gaze at them, and feel their gaze upon us?