More than a face in the crowd

Central and North Rural Weekly - - ADVERTISING FEATURE -

AT GIRLS Gram­mar, your daugh­ter is more than another face in the crowd.

At Girls Gram­mar, she will be a part of a whole school com­mu­nity where she is known, val­ued, and will have the chance to shine.

As she en­ters the high school years, she will learn more than English, maths, tech­nol­ogy, Span­ish and dance. Some of the most im­por­tant things that she will learn will be about how to live in a com­mu­nity with oth­ers. She will learn a range of skills that will see her through life.

Our board­ers are in the unique po­si­tion of start­ing their jour­ney to­wards in­de­pen­dence in a safe and sup­ported en­vi­ron­ment. She will learn how to or­gan­ise; how to make and meet a sched­ule. She will learn to work with oth­ers. One of the most im­por­tant things she will learn is how to bal­ance all of the de­mands in her day – school, work, study, sport, co-cur­ric­u­lar ac­tiv­i­ties and friend­ships and she will do this with a staff which has years of ex­pe­ri­ence in girls’ board­ing.

As your daugh­ter moves through ado­les­cence, it is likely she will seek in­creas­ing in­de­pen­dence.

Our aim is to pro­duce young women who are clever, con­fi­dent and con­nected.

She won’t get lost in the crowd at Girls Gram­mar.

STU­DENT: Lucy Brown from Capella.

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