Established in 1990, All Saints Grammar promotes within its
curriculum the cultural, sporting, pastoral and moral values of a good
education. The school’s culture aims to encourage the uniqueness of the
individual and to foster this through the various activities offered.
Facilities: Wireless facilities exist at our new Junior School
Campus with laptops servicing the needs of our curriculum and students. A dedicated computer laboratory with additional computers installed
and networked in all learning areas across the Senior School Campus also
exists. There are modern creative arts, science and design and information service centres, which house drama,
photography and computing technology.
Electives Years 9 and 10: Classical Greek, Commerce, Drama, Music,
History, Geography, Visual Arts/Ceramics, Technical Drawing, Design and
Technology, Information Software and Technology, Photography and Digital Media,
Food and Textiles Technology.
Electives Years 11 and 12: English (Standard, Advanced, Extension 1
and 2 and ESL), Maths (2 Unit, General and Extensions 1 and 2), Physics,
Chemistry, Biology and Senior Science, Modern History, Ancient History, History
Extension, Studies of Religion, Economics, Business Studies, Geography, Legal
Studies, Orthodox Studies, Society and Culture, Visual Arts, Design and
Technology, Food Technology, Photography, Drama, Modern Greek Continuers and
Extension, Classical Greek and PD/H/PE.
Sport: A wide number of sports is offered including: aerobics,
athletics, Australian Rules football, basketball, cricket, cross-country, golf,
hockey, indoor soccer, lawn bowls, martial arts, netball, oztag, soccer,
softball, squash, swimming, tennis, tenpin bowling and weights. Representative
pathways exist through the NSW Combined Independent Schools, Sporting
Extracurricular activities: Music, debating, drama, Tournament of
Minds, SCRAM, Mock Trial, Maths Olympics, chess and various special interest
clubs such as Robotics and Solar Car Challenge.
Welfare and personal development: A wide variety of strategies are
implemented and supported through the school’s house system (peer support program).
The emphasis is on good pastoral and counselling advice initially,
with other options being incorporated as required. The school has a uniform
code that is enforced and specific levels of behaviour are expected to be
upheld as outlined in the school’s pastoral policy. Year 7 participate in an
Orientation Program; Year 9 a Peer Support Program and Years 10, 11 and 12
undertake a variety of pastoral, social and academic-based retreats. The school
also offers a number of specialist programs, which cater for a broad range of abilities. These include enrichment, acceleration and additional
|Years||Kindergarten - Year 12|
|Enrolment||360 students (years k to 6), 310 students (years 7 to 12).|
4k - 8k |
tuition fees range from $5300 to $7100 from kindergarten to year 12. fees stated incorporate building and library levies. subject levies apply for years 7 to 12. family discounts are available.
02 9718******* 02 9718 7715
02 9718******* 02 9718 7392
|Address||31 Forsyth Street (off Kingsgrove Road), South Belmore 2192. PO Box 5, Belmore 2192.|