What makes Blue Mountains Grammar different?

Blue Mountains Grammar is different. Set in the heart of a beautiful World Heritage area, we pride ourselves on our inclusive sense of community and, at BMGS, we instil the values of honesty, compassion, respect and service in our students. Our curriculum process is dynamic, practical, innovative and ever-evolving. It constantly strives to ensure that the learning undertaken is meaningful, developmental and purposeful to ensure our students enjoy, engage in and are challenged by their education.

What else makes Blue Mountains Grammar different?

The educational practice is underpinned by the need to ensure students develop future-ready skills and capabilities, so they:

  • are globally aware and engaged
  • have a capacity to learn, relearn and unlearn
  • accept responsibility for their learning
  • are critical, deep thinkers
  • have a strong sense of self-worth and personal identity
  • have strong self-esteem and are not afraid to take a risk or to make a mistake
  • can collaborate and communicate with one another
  • can form connections with others.

All this, in a safe, stimulating, creative, supportive and caring Christian environment.

The Blue Mountains Grammar staff constantly review both best and next practice to provide the very best learning environment for its students. As part of this commitment, Blue Mountains Grammar is a partner with the Harvard Graduate School of Education’s Cultures of Thinking Project as an effective construct for maximising student outcomes.

At both the Junior School at Wentworth Falls and the Preparatory School at Valley Heights, we nurture each and every child on their early learning journey to discover their potential. Hear from parents, past students and staff about the Blue Mountains Grammar difference – register for our Early Years Information Evening now!