A round up of happenings and achievements in the Grammar community
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Director of Music Mr Paul Gaske keeps us up to date with Grammar’s music news.
Sportsmaster Mr Johnathan Redenbach updates us with all the summer sport action.
Headmaster Dr Richard Malpass reflects on the challenges of 2021 and how our School community overcame them with remarkable resilience and resourcefulness.
Mr Derek Noel Ward (OS 1978) retired in 2021 after 30 years of extraordinary service to Sydney Grammar School.
English Subject Master Ms Kristen Lizzio highlights some novel ways that the English Department maintained motivation during lockdown.
Miss Julia Wilson shares some stories of how Edgecliff boys and their teachers creatively adapted to lockdown challenges.
Deputy Headmaster (Academic) – Mrs Becky Lovelock provides an insight into the Academic Office during COVID lockdown 2021 and how the many challenges were managed.
Visual Arts Subject Master Mrs Bernadette Mansfield gives us a glimpse into the inspiration behind the striking collection of artworks created by the 2021 HSC Visual Arts class.
Headmaster Dr Richard Malpass explores the significance of events and achievements from a century ago.
English master Mr Peter Rudge reports on Theodore Ell (OS 2002) winning the prestigious Calibre Essay Prize for for his thought-provoking essay on the 2020 Beirut explosion.
Archivist Ms Bridget Minatel explains how access to the Archives Museum’s rich record of Grammar’s past is now easier than ever, thanks to a powerful new interactive online platform.
Housemaster Dr Luke Harley pays a worthy tribute to a dynamic music educator who left an enduring legacy on Grammar’s musical culture.
Nicholas Kay (IV) shares his thoughts on the appeal of Theatresports and explains what is involved in this dynamic and creative activity.
The Beatles tour in Australia and their concerts held in the Sydney Stadium have been commemorated with a new plaque at the site of the Old Tin Shed.
A chance meeting in Hyde Park between a great Athenian statesman and a renowned Greek philosopher leads to a peripatetic inquiry beyond the shaded walks of those gardens.
Applied Arts Subject Master Mr Nicholas Green reports on some ingenious designs crafted by our 2021 HSC boys.
The Whitfeld family have an enduring connection with Grammar that dates back to the very origins of the School in 1857 and has extended through six generations.
As our 2021 Prefects depart after a year of distinguished service, Cian Bowes and David Zhang share some of the highlights of their tenure.
Dr Christopher Allen provides some fascinating background on two less-well-known libraries at College Street.
Dr Christopher Allen provides an update on printmaking acquisitions made in 2021 to enhance our growing teaching collection.
Director of Music Mrs Jacqueline Fane salutes the long career of a great educator, innovator and passionate advocate for the joy that music can bring to life.
Humanities Coordinator Matt Bulger shares some examples of the benefits of inquiry-based learning at St Ives.
History master Dr MR Glozier’s research on Old Sydneians and the Second World War continues.
With the Concert for Vlad approaching on Sunday 15 May, Housemaster Dr Luke Harley delves into the colourful life and inspiration behind one of Grammar’s most gifted Music masters.
We hear from Old Sydneians making their mark at home and abroad.
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