Brisbane Girls Grammar School will continue to offer an Evening Study Program for Year 10, 11 and 12 students in Term 3 2021.
The Evening Study Program allows students to complete homework and assessment preparation within a supervised environment at the School.
The Program will be held in the Elizabeth Jameson Research Learning Centre from 5 pm to 8 pm each Monday and Wednesday evening, with dinner served from 6 pm to 6.30 pm. Students will be supervised by an experienced staff member, who will be assisted by Study Supervisors.
Students can be enrolled for either one or both evenings; however bookings must be made for the entire term. The program does not operate on public holidays or student-free days.
Attendance at the Evening Study Program will incur a cost of $50 per evening, which will be added automatically to the student’s School Fees Account.
As places are limited, parents who wish their daughter to attend are asked to complete the online form by Wednesday 14 July 2021. If your daughter participated in the Program during Term 2 and would like to continue in Term 3, you will need to complete a new enrolment form.
Further information about the Evening Study Program is available on Minerva.
Sunday Study Sessions are an opportunity for quiet study, homework completion and assessment preparation in the Elizabeth Jameson Research Learning Centre on Sundays during Term 3 (dates advised on Minerva). This opportunity is open to students in Years 10, 11 and 12.
The library will be open from 9 am to 4 pm, and the girls are free to arrive and depart in their own time. Students are supervised by a staff member who will act in a supervisory capacity only; no tutoring is available on a Sunday.
Refreshments are not provided, and the girls are encouraged to bring their own snacks. There is no fee to attend the Sunday Study Sessions. Further information about the Sunday Study Session is available on Minerva.
For any enquiries, please contact Associate Dean, Ms Sarah Frew, via email@example.com or phone 07 3332 1300.
Ms Sarah Frew