It’s been over twenty years but the House Choral Competition was back last term! This student-led initiative (rehearsals are arranged by students and each House choir is conducted by student leaders) promotes music through the House system. Each of the House choirs sang the School hymn, ‘Fight the Good Fight’, as well as a piece […]
BGS Rugby continued its strong association with the Melbourne Rebels Rugby Union team, with Fly Half Tayler Adams and Front Rower Tom Moloney in attendance at the ‘Try’ Rugby last week where Year 7 and 8s had a chance to give Rugby a go. With the Head of Secondary School (also an international Rugby referee) […]
The Wall of Scholars was officially revealed to the scholars themselves when the high achievers of the Class of 2017 were welcomed back at our annual Scholars’ Assembly. The 2017 Dux, David Lawlor, and his eloquent speeches, will be missed at Secondary School assemblies – and his speech as Dux did not disappoint. Well done, […]
Between road trips, ropes courses and a roving ‘Santa Smith’ at Christmas in the Park, BGS boys and their Berendale buddies ended the school year with another glorious Sony Foundation Frankston Camp. This event is now in its 74th consecutive year, and the longest running camp for children with disabilities in Australia. Emotions bubbled […]
These little mermen will soon be representing BGS in the pool!
Playing and singing up a storm Here’s a taste of the JS Choral and Instrumental Concert Love Music? Support the Friends of Music Parent group that supports your boys! FoM ‘Sweet Sounds’ raffle / Win a Sonos Mini speaker and support Friends of Music, click here. To be drawn 24 November 2017 FoM Tuition raffle […]
As a part of Projec10 last term, Year 7 boys have been working on fundraising challenges to encourage social consciousness and entrepreneurship. Their efforts were on display on market day, where a range of activities and stalls devised by the boys in their teams, aimed to showcase their creativity to fundraise for genuine causes. Fundraising for: […]
A wild, windy, muddy day at Chesterfield Farm was the perfect, practical way for the ELC boys (all 70 of them) to complement their in-centre learning about farm animals, farm-to-table and life cycles. Although some of the boys fell asleep on the bus on the way to the farm, they were full of excitement on […]