In Their Words: Mrs Jenny Davis

Friday, November 30th, 2018

Mrs Jenny Davis, Archivist and Librarian—Special Collections, focuses on accessibility when archiving, relating historical items to what is happening in the School today. She says the archives often lead to wonderful discoveries and gives students a feeling of connectedness, perspective and continuity.

In Their Words: Mr Donald Pincott

Thursday, November 8th, 2018

Mr Donald Pincott, Head of Visual Art, knew he wanted to be a teacher since he was a child. He says his practice of constant learning has kept him engaged and passionate about vocation during during more than 30 years at the School.

In Their Words: Mrs Sybil Edwards

Friday, October 19th, 2018

Mrs Sybil Edwards, English Teacher and Head of Lilley House, has a connection to Girls Grammar that began when she first stepped onto campus as a Lilley student. 

In Their Words: Mr Stephen Fogarty

Wednesday, September 5th, 2018

As a child, Mr Stephen Fogarty, Director of Health and Physical Education, was drawn to things that were all-consuming, from basketball and backyard cricket to reading. It was while he was in Year 12, that he decided to pursue a career combining his interest in sport and literature.

In Their Words: Mr Ray Goodrich

Thursday, August 2nd, 2018

Ray’s work as Team Leader of the Grounds and Events team, along with the efforts of the entire Property and Facilities staff, has an impact on anyone who visits or attends Girls Grammar.

In Their Words: Mrs Carol McIntosh

Tuesday, July 17th, 2018

Mrs Carol McIntosh, Outdoor Education Teacher at Marrapatta Memorial Outdoor Education Centre, welcomes hundreds of Girls Grammar students to her home every year. Although it can be challenging, Carol has discovered that her role is a natural fit.

In Their Words: Mr Brad Jennings

Monday, June 11th, 2018

Mr Brad Jennings, Head of Co-curricular Drama, got his first taste of drama in a primary school production. After running his own theatre company, Brad was eventually drawn back to the classroom.

In Their Words

Thursday, April 26th, 2018

In Their Words tells the stories of Girls Grammar staff. Each staff member brings a unique perspective and personal history to the School, and plays an essential role in supporting students and families in their academic and co-curricular endeavours.

Throughout 2018, In Their Words will share the stories of a diverse range of

In Their Words: Mrs Anna Owen

Monday, April 23rd, 2018

What I would do with my life after I finished school was the furthest thing from my mind, but I knew that I enjoyed learning.