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Articles by senior staff reflecting on the values, philosophy and direction of Brisbane Girls Grammar School.

Kirsten Jack’s legacy of friendship, commitment and caring remembered
This year marks the fortieth anniversary of Kirsten Jack sadly passing away during Year 11 in 1977. Dr Ann Farley discusses how Kirsten’s joy of life and the love of her friends inspired a legacy of friendship, commitment and caring for others.
The importance of diversity of thought
In a two-part series on the topic of ‘diversity of thought’, Deputy Principal, Mrs Anna Owen, introduces the concept and how it is woven into a broad, liberal education at Brisbane Girls Grammar School.
Celebrating a history of involvement and service through the lens of the Interhouse Athletics Carnival and Open Day
In 2017, the School celebrates 100 years of holding the intramural Athletics and 60 years of School/Open Days. Dean of School, Mrs Pauline Harvey-Short, explores the history of service and involvement through the lens of these events.
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Grammar Women in the Boardroom: A Conversation for Change
Join in a stimulating panel discussion led by five prominent career directors wise to the ways of the boardroom: Ms Elizabeth Jameson (1982); Ms Else Shepherd AM (1960); Ms Margie Seale; Ms Kerryn Newton; and Ms Susan Forrester.
30th anniversary of Marrapatta
To celebrate this important milestone, Girls Grammar past and present students, families, staff, and our community friends and supporters are invited to ‘save the date’ of Sunday 15 October 2017 to join us for a day at Marrapatta.
Grammar Women — Be BOLD for Change
Grammar Women — Be BOLD for Change, was the first event in our 2017 Grammar Women series, held on 25th May. The theme, ‘Be Bold for Change’, adopted the 2017 International Women’s Day catch cry.
Spontaneous Human Combustion
Exploding onto the stage in May, Brisbane Girls Grammar School’s Senior Drama Production, Spontaneous Human Combustion, played to sell-out audiences and has attracted rave reviews from prominent industry representatives.
The Observatory
Brisbane Girls Grammar School is planning to build a remotely operated, robotic telescope and observatory at our Marrapatta Memorial Outdoor Education Centre.
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