London calling for Connor O'Grady - ABC News
BGS Year 12 student Connor O'Grady has just accepted a position at one of the most eminent schools for design — the London School of Fashion — with a view to study a Bachelor of Womenswear.
Today is 'Read an eBook Day!'
If you have a smartphone, tablet or computer you can be connected to a world of literature whether you’re sitting on your couch, on an airplane 30,000 feet in the air and anywhere in between. They save you space in your backpacks, can’t be lost or damaged and can be accessed at the click of a button. eBooks enable you to take the stories and authors you love with you anytime, anywhere.
BGS Libraries gives you access to thousands of titles including a wide range of international titles, literary and genre fiction as well as best sellers and the latest YA releases!
Don't forget to share with us what you're reading by using the hashtag #bgslibraries
As we celebrate our 150th year, we invite you to join us on Open Day.
Come and meet the friendly and dedicated Brisbane Grammar School Library team & kickstart your Grammar journey at Open Day 2018! We're also welcoming the Great Barrier Reef Foundation to showcase ways in which you can help keep the reef great!
Staff and students will be on hand to answer all your questions and walk you through our library facilities and activities.
We’re looking forward to meeting you!
Saturday 15th September 2018 at 12 pm - 3 pm
2018 Tea Duel battle video
Fun video of annual Tea Duel in the Lilley Centre.
Student vs Teacher.
Arrowroot vs Scotchfinger.
Winner takes all!
Tea Duel Lunchtime Battle!
Join us in the Learning Commons at lunchtime Friday, 15 June for the battle to end all Tea Dueling battles as our Year 12 students contest it against the shrewd and cunning Tea-Masters, for the ultimate title of Tea Duel Champion of the Universe.
***There will be "nomming".
Prince Edward visited Brisbane Grammar School today to meet with students participating in the Duke of Edinburgh's Award and to also plant a new tree in honour of the award. He even stopped by the Senior Library to listen to our string quartet. It is the fourth time a member of the Royal Family has stopped by the school.
There are three fantastic Public Purpose projects underway in the Middle School. Year 5 is focusing on supporting the RSPCA; Year 6 is helping to raise funds for our sponsor child through World Vision; and Year 7 are raising funds for the Pyjama Foundation.
The Middle School Library is proud to raise awareness of these issues and the activities being undertaken to support them.
As a part of the 2019 Somerset Storyfest, school-aged students are invited to participate in the Somerset National Poetry Prize.
The Somerset National Poetry Prize aim is to encourage a love of writing poetry amongst secondary school students, to affirm it as a worthwhile literary pursuit, and to stimulate excellence in writing. It also aims to inspire and enrich YA literature.
Entries are open to Junior and Senior students.
For more information click here.