Junior School Opportunities

Blue Mountains Grammar Junior School provides an environment with many rich and exciting activities beyond the classroom which contribute to ensuring a rich and fulfilling school experience at the BMGS Junior School.

Our co-curricular program offers opportunities:

  • to participate in team sports,
  • to represent the School in carnivals,
  • to learn and compete in the art of chess and debating,
  • to express oneself creatively in a variety of music and drama performances.

The following co-curricular activities are usually offered (in response to demand) at the BMGS Junior School:

•   Art Clubs            •   Band

•   Basketball          •   Chess

•   Choir                  •   Cru Group

•   Debating             •   Football

•   Music Ensemble  •   Orchestra

•   Performing Arts   •   Public Speaking

•   Rugby


Students in Years 3-6 have the opportunity to participate in a musical every two years and in the Wakakirri Story-Dance Competition in alternate years.

In Year 2 students can learn either violin or cello, with instruments and tuition being provided by the School and in Year 5 all children participate in the Berimba Band, with all instruments provided and lessons a part of the weekly school routine.

There is also a dedicated Year 5/6 class located in the Performing Arts Centre which feeds into the Year 7 and 8 Performing Arts stream.

Outdoor education and camps are well-loved activities for our children from Years 2 to 6 that typically include an exploration of our own outdoor education site on the banks of the Cox’s River, camps at Port Hacking and Shoalhaven, in partnership with Anglican Youthworks, and a biennial trip to Canberra for Years 5 and 6.