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BGS on display in Baltimore

Joanne Davies (Teaching and Learning Coordinator, Junior School) and Raelene Plozza (Literacy Coach, Prep–Year 8) will be presenting a workshop at the International Boys’ Schools Coalition (IBSC) conference in Baltimore next week. The IBSC, of which BGS is a member school, is a not-for-profit organisation ‘dedicated to enhancing the education, wellbeing and development of boys […]

The growth of STEM at BGS: cultivating 21st Century skills

Today’s employers are crying out for graduates with science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) skills. However, research (and experience) shows that if boys don’t understand the practical application of what they are learning in the classroom – and don’t get the chance to get hands-on with this application – STEM can easily be dismissed as […]

BGS and Melbourne Rebels Club Partner

The new program, launched on the eve of the 2016 Asteron Life Super Rugby season, will see the junior Rugby players at the school receive free Melbourne Rebels Junior Memberships for the season. All junior players will get free access to all seven Rebels home games in 2016, including next weekend’s first home game against […]

BGS Musicians play with Kate Cebrano

On Friday 30th October five of our most accomplished musicians Daniel Lee, Jerry Lee, Julian Ou, Robert Tongs and William Wu joined members of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra to accompany Kate Ceberano in an amazing tribute to James Bond at the 2015 Melbourne Cup Charity Ball. Held at the Palladium at Crown, they were simply awesome and […]

We’re an Innovative School, again!

We were named an Innovative Schools 2021 winner by The Educator for our expansive entrepreneurship and design thinking programs. The award recognises the School’s innovative Design Thinking curriculum framework and reimagined STEM programs which encourage our students to think critically, find problems and learn to problem solve. The program also integrates social entrepreneurship into the […]

Welcome to Simon Angus

We welcome Simon Angus who has been appointed Deputy Headmaster and Head of Secondary School at Brighton Grammar, commencing this term.

House Colours: a badge of honour

After some searching, I found my name under the purple banner of Rofe and next minute was being transported by a fellow year 12 Rofer to my tutor group. This is one of the most special things about being in a House as it connects an 18-year-old boy about to finish his final year of […]

Experience of a lifetime

From thousands of applicants and a number of trials throughout the year, only 380 kids have the opportunity to be on court and stand inches away from some of the greatest tennis players to date. This opportunity is open to anyone from the ages of 12 to 15. My first tournament was when I was […]

Katie is a Rising Star

Rising Stars are young up-and-coming leaders in the education sector (from Prep to Year 12) who, according to The Educator, demonstrate effective leadership, innovation and achievement in their career to date. Katie was nominated for her work last year as a Head of Years 7-8 and her ability to foster a high-performance learning environment amongst […]

Big Fella Camp Reflections 2

As we quickly approach the start of the new school year, I greatly encourage all boys to hit the ground running from the start of this term. I have learnt over my school journey that it is vital to make a positive start to the year, as it will not only prevent you from falling […]