Emma Lowry, Assistant Dean of Students, discusses why being bored is beneficial for children and adults alike.
The study of art at our school has a long and distinguished history. Head of Visual Art, Mr Donald Pincott discusses how the curriculum has evolved from those early days and explains the relevance and importance of art in the twenty-first century.
Claire Fidler (9R) believes that it is our responsibility to stand against violence towards women and girls and calls for united Girls Grammar community action, including the men and boys in our lives.
Director of Service, Mrs Lynne Mungomery discusses the value of service and the philanthropic mindset developed in our girls through participating in the Service programme during their years at Girls Grammar.
At the Remembrance Day and Prize Reading Assembly last week, Mrs Anne Byrne, Science Teacher and Debating Coordinator, delivered the following Remembrance Day address.
While friendships can bring much joy, friendship difficulties and bullying can have devastating effects. Supportive relationships with parents, teachers, and peers can empower adolescents to navigate through these difficulties successfully.
It is not what we are given but the value that we place on it that is important. In this article, Dr Ann Farley, Director of Cross Faculty Initiatives reflects on how the stories of young African women reminded her of the confidence and strength of purpose that comes from valuing education for the amazing gift that it is.
Adopting a historical perspective, this article examines today’s social and economic challenges in the light of human evolution, and explores the broader meaning of learning economics.
BGGS’s 20th Gala Concert and bolstering the case for music education.
Mrs Kristine Cooke, Director of Information Services and Mrs Jenny Davis, Special Collections Librarian, discuss why the School archive is an important teaching tool that enables current Grammar Girls to learn about the lives of their predecessors.