Diversity is fundamental to a Brisbane Grammar School education. The winter 2019 edition of Grammar News includes an eight-page feature that looks at how diversity, in its various forms, has played and continues to play a vital role at BGS.
Read an inspiring story on the Ngo family (pages 16-17), who came to Australia as refugees and have become a true Australian success story.
A story on Indigenous BGS Old Boy Dean Parkin ’98 (pages 18-19) showcases his work in Closing the Gap. Profoundly vision-impaired student Joshua Wood and his family tell their story in this edition (pages 20-21) and reveal how inclusivity has enabled Joshua to succeed at BGS.
This edition of Grammar News also examines the academic outcomes of our newest Old Boys, the Class of 2018 (pages 12-13); catches up with five BGS Old Boys who created a charity to feed the homeless and disadvantaged in Brisbane (pages 30-31); and two terrific philanthropy stories (pages 32-35).
Read the edition online here.