Events

  1. School Holidays

    30 June @ 8:00 am - 23 July @ 5:00 pm AEST
  2. Staff Day No.5

    23 July @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm AEST
  3. Boarding House Students Return

    23 July @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm AEST
  4. First Day of Term 3

    24 July @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm AEST
  5. 2018 SMGS Interschools Snowsports

    Regional Interschools – Perisher

    25 July @ 8:00 am - 27 July @ 5:00 pm AEST

News

  • Kindergym and Little Gym back for Term 3

    Kindergym and Little Gym will be running through Term 3 as a combined class from 9:30 am – 10:30 am. Classes will begin the second week of Term on Tuesday 31st July 2018. For more information, please visit: https://www.smgs.nsw.edu.au/programs/jindabyne-kindergym-and-little-gym/
  • Year 11 Subject Selection Information Evening

    Year 11 Subject Selection Information Evening We warmly invite all Year 10 students and their parents currently attending SMGS or considering enrolling at SMGS in 2019 to attend our Year 11 Subject Selection Information Evening on Tuesday, 31st July, commencing at 6:00 pm. An important transition At Snowy Mountains Grammar School, we understand the importance […]
  • SMGS Virtual Debate teams advance to top ten in the country

    Our 2018 NGS Super National Virtual Debating Competition Teams have been very busy this year! Last week, we were notified that our Year 9/10 and Open team have made it into the final 10 schools in Australia! In round 5, the Year 9/10 will debate against The Essington School Darwin, while the Open team will […]
  • 2018 Regional Interschools Snowsports Team List – Updated

    The first draft SMGS team list is now available for the 2018 ACT Southern NSW Snowsports Championships.

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About Craig Moore

Craig is an expert in technology and innovation with over 18 years experience across all aspects of technlogy, including over 12 years of experience across various levels of education. Craig is currently the IT Manager at the award winning Snowy Mountains Grammar School.

Arming students with the tools for the rapidly changing workforce

The rapid growth and integration of technology across the modern workforce is changing the expectations placed on our future graduates. While the traditional STEM approach in schools has provided a good stepping stone in the past, there is a clear gap emerging between what we are teaching our children and what the real worldexpects from [...]

Australian Aeronautical Velocity Challenge – Day One Junior School

What a great opening day at the Australian Aeronautical Velocity Challenge at the University of Wollongong. The rain cleared and sun come out just in time for the start of the day. The competition attracts schools from across the country who compete in three age groups (Primary, Lower Secondary and Upper Secondary) across three different [...]

Surviving the digital schoolyard – Essential tips for BYOD students

Author: Craig Moore, SMGS IT Manager and School of Code teacher For many students, technology is now an integral part of everyday school life. The popularity of "Bring Your Own Device" programs and the availability of cloud-based or internet-enabled education tools has seen an explosion in the number of students who rely on their device [...]

Sync me up! How will our children interact with technology when they finish school?

Should we be teaching how kids to type or should we be looking at other technologies? How will today's children be interacting with technology by the time they leave school.

Why we need to provide opportunities for Young Women In Technology

30%...That was the average percentage of females employed by the world's biggest technology companies in 2014. Drill down to the technical roles and the number is more like 10-15%. And despite significant effort and investment in the area, the technology industry remains largely dominated by men. Some organisations such as Apple have seen small but [...]

2016 Australian Interschools Snowsports Championships Wrap-Up

What a way to finish the 2016 school snowsports season. National Champions! Best secondary co-educational school in the country! Mother nature certainly didn't make it easy over the past week but everyone involved, from the athletes to the parents, the staff and the volunteers, braved the conditions and showed the competition how it's done. SMGS Top Medal Tally [...]

2016 Australian Interschools Snowsports Championships – Day 4 Recap

The rain continued to flow on day 4 of competition at the 2016 Australian Interschools Snowsports Championships but so did the medals. On a day where we were outnumbered on the slopes, Team SMGS put in a huge effort in the rain to bag another 11 medals, including 6 1st place, and maintain our position [...]

2016 Australian Interschools Snowsports Championships – Day 3 Recap

The spring sunshine disappeared on day 3 of competition in the 2016 Australian Interschools Snowsports Championships as athletes were presented with overcast skies and low light conditions for the morning's events. Conditions deteriorated throughout the day as the winds increased and the rain began to fall. Unfazed by the conditions, SMGS continued to impress across the mountain, adding to [...]

Using ad-hoc data analysis to find the problems you didn’t know you had

Using ad-hoc data analysis to find the problems you didn't know you had There is a lot of talk about the effectiveness of data analysis and its relevance to schools. By far the biggest mistake that people are making is to assume that effective reporting and data analysis is a fixed-term project; something that you [...]

Tolina Davis shows us why the sky isn’t the limit at TEDx Canberra

It's not often that we get the opportunity to showcase our talent on the global stage but that changed last night when SMGS Year 11 student, Tolina Davis, was invited to speak at the TEDx event in Canberra. Tolina delivered an amazing talk, showing us that the sky is not the limit. We sat down with Tolina to [...]