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May the 4th – Star Wars Mania

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Last week the BGS Libraries celebrated Star Wars with an assortment of activities, all marking the special day, May the Fourth. Middle School boys had a chance to decorate cupcakes in a Princess Leia design. Following instructions, boys proved themselves to be eager and successful cake decorators, and of course, cake eaters! Two of our

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Book Week Celebrations

Last week the Middle School community celebrated Book Week. Each year, we adopt a them to showcase the importance of books and reading. This year’s theme was “Book Feast”. Two community events were held which gave parents an opportunity to join in the celebrations. Both events featured our guest author Mick Elliott. Many Years 7

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Live Music in the Learning Commons

This week the Lilley Centre was again host to some of our talented musicians here at Brisbane Grammar School for this year’s  ‘Music in the Learning Commons’.  This event saw the debut of Table 64, an original student band, performing four contemporary pieces of music for their peers at lunchtime.  The packed-out Learning Commons was not disappointed as the boys entertained

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Smart Start to 2019!

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The start of a new school year is an exciting time for both students and staff with anticipation of a busy and exciting year ahead. We are also excited to say hello to many new boys starting their Brisbane Grammar School journey. Here at BGS Library we welcome our new students with a comprehensive Library

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Centenary Library plays host to talented writers

It has been a busy start to the term in the Centenary Library with two very talented writers visiting to present and work with some very lucky Middle School students. Aspiring story writers and poets got the chance to develop their skills and meet and work with some of the most creative and successful writers and presenters in

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Preparing students with Signature Program 2018

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The middle school years are a crucial time for cultivating students’ readiness for future success both in and outside of school. Now more than even, preparing students to live as citizens of the world is an important task for educators and parents. Social, creative and emotional intelligence are key ingredients to an individual’s ability to

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