The Rockhampton Grammar School

The Rockhampton Grammar School
The Rockhampton Grammar School
Children's Service-ROCKHAMPTON, QLD
Children's Service-Rockhampton, QLD
In our current edition of the School magazine we review the performance of Year 12 students over the last six years. The compiled results show that our students consistently perform at the t..
3 Reservoir St, Rockhampton, Qld, 4700.
3 Reservoir St, Rockhampton, Qld, 4700.
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In our current edition of the School magazine we review the performance of Year 12 students over the last six years. The compiled results show that our students consistently perform at the top level. They do not achieve those results single-handedly. It takes the support of their peers and parents and the direction and guidance provided to them by their teachers and RGS staff. Whilst Year 12 is challenging for each individual student, it is a challenge, too, as a School, to remain in a leading position over time. For an organisation like RGS to remain relevant there has to be a certain sense of restlessness and a desire to question the status-quo. To pursue change that will benefit students as well as the institution. For us, that means continuing to grow who we are, what we stand for and what we want to achieve. Over the last couple of years we have done this by renewing our campus with the additions of The Beasely Centre and The Birkbeck Building. We have established The Dance and Musical Theatre Academy, broadened our Tablet PC programme for students and restructured our Co-curricular offerings. This year we are expanding and investing in our Agricultural Science programme and have been able to secure for our students the use of Belmont Station, a real working cattle property and research facility. We will also complete the new Primary drop-off/pick-up zone in 2015. RGS aspires to be both traditional and innovative and, in that, I see no contradiction. So as we grow and change the challenge for us, over time, is not to limit our definition of excellence but to be open to all opportunities and avenues that enable us to achieve our best, every day.
In our current edition of the School magazine we review the performance of Year 12 students over the last six years. The compiled results show that our students consistently perform at the top level. They do not achieve those results single-handedly. It takes the support of their peers and parents and the direction and guidance provided to them by their teachers and RGS staff. Whilst Year 12 is challenging for each individual student, it is a challenge, too, as a School, to remain in a leading position over time. For an organisation like RGS to remain relevant there has to be a certain sense of restlessness and a desire to question the status-quo. To pursue change that will benefit students as well as the institution. For us, that means continuing to grow who we are, what we stand for and what we want to achieve. Over the last couple of years we have done this by renewing our campus with the additions of The Beasely Centre and The Birkbeck Building. We have established The Dance and Musical Theatre Academy, broadened our Tablet PC programme for students and restructured our Co-curricular offerings. This year we are expanding and investing in our Agricultural Science programme and have been able to secure for our students the use of Belmont Station, a real working cattle property and research facility. We will also complete the new Primary drop-off/pick-up zone in 2015. RGS aspires to be both traditional and innovative and, in that, I see no contradiction. So as we grow and change the challenge for us, over time, is not to limit our definition of excellence but to be open to all opportunities and avenues that enable us to achieve our best, every day.
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