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Bright future for BGS hockey

BGS hockey is ‘on the rise’.   This sentiment has been a product of results, selection and coaching, along with the great work of the Wick’s Club parent support group who are laying the foundation for a bright future. The First XI team have won three games in a row (aggregate score of 18-1), the Seconds have […]

Breakfast Bios with Dylan Alcott OAM

Not many athletes can lay claim to a Paralympic gold medal and a world championship before their 20th birthday. Then again, there aren’t many athletes like Dylan Alcott, OAM. As the current world No. 1 in wheelchair tennis and one of Australia’s most celebrated basketball players, BGS Hall of Famer Dylan Alcott (OB 2008) is the […]

Vic State Rowing Championships

As always the build up to the 2016 Head of the River regatta at Nagambie was intense with boys training both on the water and in the gym several times a week. Here are a few images from the Victorian State Championships at Ballarat on Saturday 27 February.

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 Hockey Super Clinic

BGS coaching staff, Hockey Victoria and The Wicks Club have worked together to develop a clinic that delivers both match skills and an understanding of the game to players of ALL levels – from Beginners to Seniors. On the day, participants will be sorted into groups based on experience. In this way, skills can be […]

Resilience (or bungy-jumping through life)

While life presents many opportunities for achievement, success and happiness, the reality is that occasionally we face disappointment. It might be a poor result on a test or report, missing out on getting into a sporting team or even a negative social interaction. You may even be a Richmond supporter like me and be confronted with […]

Reading matters!

In my new role as Teacher Librarian in the Middle School Library, it was exciting to see the wide-eyed expressions on the new Year 7s, fresh-faced and eager as they attended our recent Library Orientation session. We discussed the importance and value of good stories, and how they can provide great entertainment, as well as […]