The fantastic reading culture at Brisbane Grammar School is reflected in some of the extracurricular activities provided by the libraries. BGS is lucky enough to have three different active book clubs for students to join throughout their time at Grammar, and these are a great opportunity to engage with books and other boys in a relaxed and social setting.
The Senior School’s Aficionados Club is available to boys in Years 9 & 10. This club discusses both books and movies, and meets in LC309 every second Friday lunchtime. Members are all offered the opportunity to attend the Somerset Festival of Literature later this term, and there is also the possibility during this year that the club will meet with other schools in the area for shared discussions. If you are interested in joining, contact Ms Oxley.
Years 7 & 8 students may join our Inside Story Book Club which meets every Friday during lunch in the Centenary Library. Members of the club in the past have represented BGS at the annual Readers Cup Competition, have assisted in organising Library activities such as the ever popular Library Legends and have had the opportunity to meet once a term with St Joseph’s College (Terrace) for a shared book club. Should you wish to become a member of this club please see Ms Smith in the Centenary Library or attend one of the meetings on a Friday.
The Middle School Library holds meetings every Tuesday during lunchtime for The Lunch Bunch. Each term Ms Palmer will run activities focusing on a particular topic; currently the boys are learning about coding, while in Term 2 The Lunch Bunch will take the form of a book club. This club is for Years 5 & 6 boys. Should you require any more information, or if you would like to join, please see Ms Palmer in the Middle School Library.