Girls Grammar tops the State in NAPLAN

Brisbane Girls Grammar School is the top performing school in Queensland for 2016 being ranked first in NAPLAN overall*.

Principal Jacinda Euler said the results are a strong endorsement of the School’s exceptional academic programmes and inspiring learning culture.

‘We are very proud of our girls’ NAPLAN results.  They have worked hard, given their best and deserve these excellent results.

‘As an academically non-selective school that awards no academic scholarships, these results reflect the expertise and care of our teachers and the positive learning environment at Girls Grammar.

‘Our girls are taught to think deeply and to think for themselves and they learn to become exceptional scholars.  Grammar girls balance their academic learning with diverse co-curricular activities and a deep commitment to service involvement.  This helps them to develop into confident and compassionate young women with an intelligent and optimistic outlook on life,’ said Ms Euler.

Standardised NAPLAN testing is completed by all Australian students in Years 3, 5, 7 and 9.  The achievements of Year 7 and 9 BGGS students (the only years at the school to take NAPLAN tests) are recorded below.

2016 Overall NAPLAN Results for Brisbane Girls Grammar School:

  Year 7 Year 9
  State ave National ave Year 7 State ave National ave Year 9
Reading 539 541 615 576 581 656
Writing 502 515 571 534 548 597
Spelling 540 543 601 574 580 641
Grammar 538 540 633 569 570 662
Numeracy 546 550 630 582 589 670

Percentage of Brisbane Girls Grammar School students at or above the national minimum standard:

  Year 7 Year 9
Reading 100 100
Writing 100 98
Spelling 100 100
Grammar 100 99
Numeracy 100 100

preliminary Queensland results

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