Events

  1. Week 5

    23 May - 29 May
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    28 May - 29 May
  3. Week 6

    30 May - 5 June

News

  • Letter Home Physical Theatre Production – Tickets now on sale!

    Jindabyne, NSW, Monday, 2nd May – Presented by Snowy Mountains Grammar School Drama students, the physical theatre production of Letters Home is touring the Snowy Monaro Region and south-east NSW. In addition to school performances, the public performance date is on: Thursday, 19th May, at 7:00 pm – Snowy Mountains Grammar School Tickets are now […]
  • Enrolling Now for Kindergarten 2023

      Starting or considering Kindergarten in 2023?  Enrolments are now open for Kindergarten 2023. If you would like to find out more about Kindergarten at Snowy Mountains Grammar School or discuss your schooling options, please submit an enquiry form to our Registrar, Mrs Bronwyn Canham. We will also place you on the Kindergarten email list […]
  • We’re Hiring – Elite Snowsports Academy – Multiple Positions

    Our award-winning Elite Snowsports Academy is looking for passionate and enthusiastic staff to join our team for the 2022 winter. We have multiple roles available. For all the details or to apply online, check out our website: ESA Supervisor (on snow) ESA Academic Supervisor (option for on snow)
  • We’re Hiring! – Junior School – Primary Years Teacher – Fixed Term Contract

    Due to the exciting growth and development of Snowy Mountains Grammar School, there is an opportunity for an inspiring, dynamic, and committed teacher in our Junior School to join our primary years team on a fixed-term contract across Term 2, 3 and 4 in 2022. Experienced and new scheme teachers are welcome to apply. For […]

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About Emma Smith

Emma Smith has been in early childhood education for over 17 years in a variety of settings in both Australia and overseas. She has completed a Bachelor of Education and a Masters of Educational Leadership. Emma is passionate about providing learning experiences which are designed to allow every student to be engaged in a meaningful, exciting and authentic way in order to become lifelong learners. She is currently the Junior School Enrichment and Learning Support Teacher, Stage 3 HSIE teacher, Junior and Senior School PD/H/PE teacher and Head of the School of Early Childhood.

National Careers Week – Highlighting the importance of career development within our schools for all students

National Careers Week - Highlighting the importance of career development within our schools for all students Aja Bailey - During her Year 10 work experience week last year  Did you know that our current students will on average have five careers in their lifetime? It is suggested that this is because approximately [...]

Upcoming Virtual Careers and University Expos

It is coming to the time of the Year when all the Careers Expos are held. Due to the situation we find ourselves in this year, providers have been innovative in how they are going to run these events. The great thing for you as students is that you are able to go to all [...]

Coding in Year 2

Our Year 2 students are currently undertaking a Coding unit of work. Students have been exploring how computer codes can be written using mathematical skills in patterns. This week, students demonstrated their problem-solving skills by building codes to move an Angry Bird through a series of mazes to catch the “naughty pig”. This lesson gave [...]

SMGS’ Inaugural Girls’ Mountain Bike Retreat Ready to Roll

Snowy Mountains Grammar School, in association with Jindabyne Girl Riders, are very excited to announce our first ever Girls’ Mountain Bike Retreat. Mountain biking in the Snowy Mountains is a growing sport, and at SMGS we want to provide students with opportunities to build their riding confidence and ability in a safe, supportive and positive [...]

Gold! Gold! Gold! In Stage 3 History.

This term in Stage 3 History, our students have been learning about the impact that the Gold Rushes had on the Australian colonies and how this period shaped our nation. In our first lesson, students were exploring Gold as a precious commodity where they were divided into six groups, Material Scientists, Geologists, Miners, Historians, Gold [...]

Food for thought – Year 7 PDHPE class learn about healthy food options

Author: Emma Smith, Junior School Enrichment and Learning Support teacher, Junior and Senior School PDHPE teacher and Head of the School of Early Childhood.  The Year 7 PDH class have been studying the unit ‘Healthy Habits’ this term, which involves looking at healthy food options and healthy meals. The class decided that they wanted to [...]

Fundamental movement skills, the ‘building blocks’ for more complex and specialised skills

In K/1 and 2/3 this term, students are learning Fundamental Movement Skills (FMS). Fundamental movement skills are a specific set of skills that involve different body parts such as feet, legs, trunk, head, arms and hands. These skills are the “building blocks” for more complex and specialised skills that kids will need throughout their lives [...]

School readiness – what does it really mean?

I often have people ask me what school readiness actually means. Does it mean they are ready if they can read or write? Does it mean they are ready if they can count to twenty? Judy Kynaston, Early Childhood Australia General Manager, suggests the research states that these things actually make little to no difference [...]

The importance of building relationships and connections in the early years of school life

“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” Maya Angelou When I think back to my school years, it is not the learning that comes to mind first and foremost. It is the relationships that I formed [...]