Grammar eNews | June 2016 | Headmasters Message

​​​​​​​​​​​This grammar eNews edition profiles the achievements of a number of our Old Boys at home and abroad; from a public sector lawyer influencing the United Nations, to a project engineer accepted to study an MBA at Oxford University.

​​In this edition we also hear from newly elected Old Boys' Association President Chris Austin, take a look at the reunions so far in 2016, and look ahead to events such as the student-driven TEDx conference, and the BGS Open Day, and plenty more.

After reading all there is to offer in this grammar eNews, I urge you to click here to read the winter edition of grammar news magazine, which was delivered to the letterboxes of the BGS community in recent days.

The magazine focuses on sport at BGS; examining its impact and importance, and taking a look at some of our Old Boys who have left their mark on the world stage.

Also in grammar news we examine recent graduate outcomes, including profiling two of our newest Old Boys who were accepted to Harvard and Oxford. We hear from the students who participated in the latest Seifu Exchange to Japan, one of the longest-running exchanges of its kind in Australia. We take a look at the importance of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Maths (STEM) subjects, while our His Future section focuses on leadership, examining how our students learn to lead.

As you read through both the grammar eNews and grammar news magazine editions, I encourage you to send in your feedback or insights through letters to the editor and stay connected to us through our Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn pages.​