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Melbourne Girls Grammar

Melbourne Girls Grammar

VIC, Melbourne City Central




Sector

Sector
Independent

Level

Level
Combined

Female

Gender
Female

Anglican

Religion
Anglican

In the Early Learning and Junior Years, our focus is on providing the foundations of learning within a positive learning environment. We reinforce that anything is possible and equip your daughter with the skills she needs to transition through the school.

We place emphasis upon the environment in which our girls learn for them to feel free to think critically and be creative. The importance of student-centred learning starts early with the onus on a rich and diverse curriculum to develop fundamental skills for life. 

What sets MGGS apart is our philosophy towards encouraging play-based learning through intentional teaching that results in confident, capable problem solvers and students that are hungry for knowledge. We provide open learning spaces that are architecturally designed to promote wonder, possibility and challenge. Here, our girls also learn the importance of collaboration, celebrate the diversity of ideas and opinions and build confidence in who they are and what they can contribute.

Your daughter will be encouraged to take an active role in her academic journey. At MGGS, we will support, nurture and encourage her so she can uncover her passions, explore new interests and take part in practical, hands-on experiences. 

Everything we do at MGGS starts and ends with the wellbeing of our girls in mind. Wellbeing is the responsibility of everyone in our community as we nurture the social and emotional development of each individual. 

Early Learning Program

Laying the foundations of fundamental skills in literacy and numeracy is just one of the goals our educators set out to achieve. Ensuring your daughter is nurtured, safe, empowered and respected is equally as important. We believe the best program for ELC learners is one that recognises the importance of play and developing social and physical capabilities alongside laying the foundations for academic achievement. 

Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) subjects are integrated through activities and play with sophisticated concepts such as velocity and distance evolving through provocations and hands-on explorations and investigations. Whether that’s in the building blocks they create with, through songs about our world or the devices they use to enhance their learning experiences.

The beginning of any journey is important. We understand the importance of effective transition. Our educators work collaboratively in order to assist your daughter’s smooth transition. This occurs in preparation and during the transition period when they join the ELC and then again ahead of progressing to the Junior Years Program. Over 70 per cent of our ELC students continue onto our Junior Years program.

Respectful, reciprocal relationships between students, families and educators ensure each girl’s Transition Program is well planned. By knowing our students so well – their strengths and challenges – we can ensure a successful and cohesive transition. 

The Junior Years Program (Prep-Year 4)

Children are bursting with curiosity and creativity, and at MGGS these qualities are emphasised, developed and extended. In the Junior Years Program, girls are offered practical, hands-on experiences to stimulate critical thinking and extend their appreciation and awareness of the world they live in. We do so by integrating STEM subjects into activities and play and encourage inquiring minds to identify problems and work with others to develop solutions to real-world issues.

Academic learning is integrated with social development, positive relationships and an understanding of personal responsibility. Our curriculum is rich and diverse with a strong emphasis on literacy and numeracy and developing fundamental skills, knowledge and competencies essential for life. Specialist teachers provide enriching learning experiences as to broaden interests, identify passions and demonstrate the importance of balance.

Key facts




School uniform

School Uniform

The uniform is compulsory

Number of students

Total enrolment: 1000
Up to Year 6: 350
In high school: 650
In Year 12: 120

Gender in depth

Other requirements




Boarding school

Offer IB

Accepts international students

Offers VCAL

Offers VET

Our Curriculum




Subjects overview

Subjects overivew

Math classes: mixed
English classes: mixed
LOTE taught:
Chinese, French, Italian, Latin, Spanish

Senior secondary subjects overview

Senior Secondary Subjects overivew

36 VCE level 3/4 studies
193 VCE students

Senior secondary programs overview

Senior Secondary programs overivew

3 VET program(s) available
6 VET students

How our students performed in Year 12




VCE Results

Scores of 40+ 29%

Median Score 36

Satisfactory completions of VCE 100%

Satisfactory completions of VET 100%

Destinations

Bachelor enrolled 91%

Employed 4%

Activities and Support staff




Music

Music

23 music options
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Sport

Sport

44 sporting activities
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Other

Other

68 other clubs, activities and services
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Support staff

Support Staff

70 support staff
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Accelerated learning

Support Staff

4 accelerated learning
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School Details

Principal: Dr Toni Meath

Addresses:
86 Anderson St South Yarra VIC 3141
100 Caroline St South Yarra VIC 3141

Tel: (03) 9862 9200

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