Kids’ na­ture play at its best

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Dis­cover a wildly dif­fer­ent ap­proach to early child­hood at Great South­ern Gram­mar.

While many early child­hood cen­tres talk about na­ture play, Great South­ern Gram­mar has 144 acres of wet­land and bush­land from which to of­fer truly au­then­tic na­ture play and en­quiry-based learn­ing.

Wild-space Wed­nes­days, fire-pit ac­tiv­i­ties, fish traps, na­tive bush­walks, bird hide vis­its, farm an­i­mals, veg­etable gardening, vine­yard and mar­ket gar­den vis­its are avail­able.

GSG is where wide-open spa­ces equal wide-open fu­tures, al­low­ing chil­dren to un­cover their ex­cel­lence, strengths and pas­sions.

The beauty and breadth of the cam­pus leads to a sense of well­be­ing and a deeper sense of learn­ing as chil­dren are given the lat­i­tude to dis­cover their tal­ents, build in­de­pen­dence and come into their own.

Give your child room to flour­ish at Great South­ern Gram­mar.

Book a tour of the school, meet the prin­ci­pal, stroll ocean-front school land and en­gage with ded­i­cated staff.

Visit Great South­ern Gram­mar at the 2017 Al­bany Agri­cul­tural Show for more in­for­ma­tion.

Call 9844 0475, visit or email en­

Dis­cover Great South­ern Gram­mar — wildly cu­ri­ous, wildly con­fi­dent, wildly cre­ative.

Great South­ern Gram­mar has 144 acres of wet­land and bush­land.

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