Events

  1. Easter Monday

    5 April
  2. Non Term Time

    6 April @ 8:00 am - 16 April @ 5:00 pm AEST
  3. Week 1

    19 April @ 8:00 am - 23 April @ 5:00 pm AEST
  4. Staff Day 3

    19 April @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm AEST
  5. SMIEC

    19 April @ 8:00 am - 23 April @ 5:00 pm AEST

News

  • Dress for Success Sydney

    As one of our initiatives following International Women’s Day, SMGS is collecting clothes to donate to Dress for Success Sydney. Check out the details below on how you can get involved.
  • SMGS one of five schools participating in the AISNSW Positive Behaviour Program

    SMGS’ wellbeing program has gone from strength to strength over the last few years. This year, SMGS is one of five schools participating in the AISNSW Positive Behaviour Program, a three-year project in which AISNSW provides school-based professional learning for all staff and consultancy support for the school’s PBIS leadership team and in class. To […]
  • We’re Hiring! – Boarding House Supervisor

    We’re looking for a Boarding House Supervisor to join our award-winning boarding team. 18 hours each week during school term time. Friday afternoon through to Saturday evening commencing Friday, 12th March 2021. For more information or to apply online, visit: Boarding House Supervisor
  • Students recognised at 2021 Australia Day Celebrations

    Congratulations to SMGS Year 9 students Gabriella Forman and Lottie Lodge who were recognised at the Jindabyne Australia Day Celebrations for their contributions and achievements within our local and wider community.   Gabriella Forman – 2021 recipient of the Young Citizen of the Year Award Lottie Lodge – 2021 recipient of the Local Citizen Award […]

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About Susan Plum

BA, LLB (Hons.II), Grad Dip Legal Practice, M Teach. Susan joined Snowy Mountains Grammar School in 2016 and teaches Legal Studies, Business Studies, History, Geography and English. After completing an Arts degree and a Graduate Law degree from the University of Sydney, Susan practiced as a solicitor at the large corporate firm Malleson Stephen Jacques before retraining to become a teacher. Susan gained a Masters of Teaching at the University of Sydney and taught at St Andrews Cathedral School and Blue Mountains Grammar before moving to Jindabyne with her family.

Mock Trial Competition up and running for 2021

The Mock Trial is a competition run by the Law Society of NSW and is offered as a co-curricular activity at SMGS for students in years 10 and 11. The competition aims to introduce students to the NSW judicial system and involves students participating in a simulated criminal or civil court case. Students can undertake [...]

Year 11 Legal Studies Excursion to the Cooma Courthouse for Law Week

Our Year 11 Legal Studies students were very lucky to be invited to Cooma Court House as part of Law Week. The students spent the morning in court watching a list day with Magistrate Michael Antrum presiding. There was a wide range of matters before the court, including driving offences, AVOs, damage to property and [...]

SMGS Mock Trial team back in the courtroom

On Thursday, 3rd May, the SMGS Mock Trial team had their first Mock Trial of 2018 against Scots School Albury via video conference. SMGS were the plaintiff in a civil case disputing a will. Our team were successful in winning the case but unfortunately we lost the trial. I was very proud of the students [...]

2017 Mock Trial Competition – Closing Remarks

On Tuesday 8th August, the SMGS Mock Trial team entered Round 5 of the Law Society of New South Wales' 2017 Mock Trial competition. Our team performed very well in a challenging mock trial, which was held at the Cooma Courthouse. We were the prosecution in a criminal case involving a charge of aiding and [...]

SMGS Team successful in Round 4 of the Law Society of NSW Mock Trial Competition

This afternoon the SMGS Mock Trial Team were successful against the Riverina Anglican College, Wagga Wagga, in a civil trial in the Law Society of NSW Mock Trial Competition. The case concerned the common law principle of negligence, whereby the plaintiff, who was an Australia Post worker, claimed $50,000 in damages after she was bitten [...]