Events

  1. Week 3

    18 October @ 8:00 am - 22 October @ 5:00 pm AEDT
  2. [via Zoom] 2022 Year 12 HSC Parent Information Night

    20 October @ 5:30 am - 6:30 pm AEDT
  3. [Postponed] Open Day

    22 October @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm AEDT
  4. [Virtual] Junior School Assembly

    22 October @ 9:00 am - 9:40 am AEDT
  5. [via Zoom] Senior Investiture Ceremony

    22 October @ 1:45 pm - 2:40 pm AEDT

News

  • Kindergarten 2022 Parent Information Webinar – Wednesday 13 October – Registrations Now Open!

    Starting or considering Kindergarten in 2022? Enrolments are now open for Kindergarten 2022! Kindergarten marks the start of an exciting learning journey for many families. We know our youngest learners flourish in an environment where they are authentically known, that nurtures and inspires their creative and curious minds. With more clarity around what Term 4 […]
  • We’re Hiring! – Middle and Senior School Art Teacher (Years 7 -12)

    Due to the exciting growth and development of Snowy Mountains Grammar School and our Art Teacher relocating out of the area after many years of dedicated service, there is now an opportunity for an inspiring, dynamic, and committed Visual Arts Teacher to join our team on a full-time permanent basis from January 2022. See the […]
  • The uniform shop is now online!

    The uniform shop is now online! Click and collect is now available. Nominate a time to collect when you make your online purchase, or purchases can be collected from the front office during business hours (8.30am-4.30pm) in a COVID-safe way at the main door. https://shop.smgs.nsw.edu.au  
  • Return to face-to-face learning Friday, 17th September

    We are looking forward to welcoming all students and staff back to campus for the final day of Term 3, tomorrow Friday, 17th September!   From 1:00 pm today, restrictions were eased in the Snowy Monaro Region, with our School now operating under Level 3.   Please note:  – Please bring a lunch, the canteen […]

Monthly Archives: March 2019

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Asia ConneXions Program-UNE

Year Six are excited to begin a cross-cultural connection with a Korean school next term. Teacher, Emma Smith had an initial video introduction to the Korean teacher from Nyongso Elementary School. Together they scheduled in 8 video link-up lessons and chose suitable topics that would educate both sides about their country, landmarks, sports, school environment, [...]

Echidnas and rocks and berms. Oh my!

Junior School K-4 Mountain Bike Club The Junior School K-4 Mountain Bike Club has begun its four-week program for Term 1 with rave reviews from our youngest SMGS students. The group of junior riders are coached by instructors from Jindabyne Girls Riders, Sarah and Karen. They are escorted by Mrs Pratt and Mrs Philpott as [...]

2019 Equestrian New South Wales State Interschools Championships Recap

Author - Sarah Jansen, Year 12 From Friday 5th March to Tuesday 11th March, seven riders from SMGS travelled to the Sydney International Equestrian Centre for the 2019 Equestrian New South Wales State Interschools Championships. It was a tough week, with some of the best horse and rider combinations in the state, but our riders had [...]

SMGS takes action every day for the 2019 NDA!

Snowy Mountains Grammar School is proud to join schools across Australia who are taking action today, the ninth National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence (NDA), Friday 15 March 2019. According to the Bullying No Way website (www.bullyingnoway.gov.au), “5726 Australian schools are official NDA schools in 2019 and are part of a nationwide movement celebrating this year's theme [...]

New outdoor spaces help our students’ green thumbs bloom

Our Junior School students have been enjoying the new garden beds and outdoor spaces to learn, socialise, find a quiet study spot, eat lunch and of course learn about gardening and plants. Today, the Kindergarten students had their science lesson outside, where they learnt about the life cycle of plants. They were joined by three [...]

Students make a splash at Junior School HICES Swimming Carnival

The representative carnival is an annual event for all independent primary co-educational schools who are members of HICES. It was held on Wednesday 6th March, at the Sydney Aquatic Centre at Homebush. This was a wonderful opportunity for selected SMGS students to compete and represent the school. Congratulations to all students who competed.

JS students explore Indonesia, Korea, India and Japan for Cultural Connections Day

Cultural Connections Day is an opportunity for the Junior School students at SMGS to celebrate the multicultural nation that is Australia. Our Junior School Cultural Day is therefore an opportunity to explore some of the countries and cultures that have helped to shape Australia. Every year we focus on a different region around the world. This year we examined Indonesia, Korea, India [...]

Academy students gain valuable experience at ‘Solutions Hackathon’

This week in Academy time in the Senior School we had the privilege of taking our Tuesday group to a local event run by the Snowy Mountains Innovation Network. The students participated in a workshop, ‘Solutions Hackathon’, which was run to draw out areas of focus for innovation in our local community into the future. [...]

Lake Jindabyne foreshore gets a little bit of love from Twynam House

This year Twynam's house charity once again focused on trying to improve our unique natural environment. As part of Clean Up Australia Day, Twynam organised and ran a school event by the lakeside over the weekend. The organisation Clean Up Australia "inspires and empowers communities to clean up, fix up and conserve our environment".  For us, this day is aimed [...]

Year 6 students attend Canberra GRIP Leadership Conference

This week we took all of our Year 6 students to attend the GRIP Leadership Conference at Canberra’s Australian Institute of Sport. Our Junior School leaders joined over 450 students attending from all over the region and fully embraced the opportunity to mix with other students who are in the same position at other schools. [...]