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In 2012 Berwick Grammar School (BGS) caters for boys from Years 5 to 9. In 2014 the school will expand to include Year 12. BGS is the brother school of St Margaret’s School in Berwick. The belief in single gender education underpins the philosophy of Berwick Grammar School, allowing for the design of programs and activities to reflect boys’ developmental needs and learning styles. The school strongly believes that boys can be best catered for in an all-boys school.

Facilities: Science and Arts Centre, Music School, library, sporting facilities including tennis courts, basketball courts, full-sized oval.

Curriculum: At BGS students are encouraged to learn in a variety of contexts through a range of innovative programs. An extensive Arts program explores creative expression through music, dramatic and fine arts, whilst technology studies engage boys with hands-on tasks such as woodwork and electronic circuitry. Technology is a strong feature of the curriculum at every level. All students use their own tablet computers as a learning tool in all subject areas.

Sport: An extensive sporting program provides both House sport and inter-school sporting opportunities. Sports on offer include, but are not limited to, athletics, cricket, cycling, human-powered vehicles, tennis, swimming, football, basketball and soccer.

Student welfare programs: There is careful attention paid to the development of individual potential with a strong pastoral care program and identification of individual learning styles and thinking tools.

Religion None
Type Independent
Day/boarding Day and Boarding
Boys/Girls Boy
Years Year 5 - Year 12
Enrolment 170 students
Fees: 12k - 16k
year 5 $14,574; year 9 $16,941
03 9703******* 03 9703 8111
03 9703******* 03 9703 8121
Address 80 Tivendale Road, Officer 3809
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