Grammar News is a bi-annual print publication that highlights significant events of our students and wider community. Hear the voices and read the experiences that make the BGS journey exciting for students, staff, volunteers and alumni. The latest, and past editions, of grammar news can be read online or if you wish to receive a printed copy please email us.
As well as taking a look back at the School's 150 year journey, this winter 2018 edition of Grammar News contains a fantastic blend of stories focused on Old Boys and current students.
The BGS150 feature highlights our celebrations so far and looks ahead to what is still to come this year. We examine the academic outcomes of the Class of 2017; hear from some of our global citizens who returned to school after an epic Antarctic adventure; and discover how BGS maintains its place at the forefront of educational innovation.
An Old Boy feature emphasises the incredible opportunities a BGS education provides. Former war correspondent Michael Ware '86 became the voice of the Iraq war for Americans, meeting insurgents and death squads armed only with a notebook and pen or camera.
In the Philanthropy section read an intriguing story of how a young boy's letter to me set him on his BGS journey. In the Generations section we profile the Roes, a true legacy family at BGS.
And plenty more.