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Interim Progress Report Nov 2017
Wednesday, 01/11/2017
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Tuesday, 26/09/2017
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Following a nomination by Microsoft, The Grammar School proudly announces that it is now recognized as a Microsoft Showcase School for 2014-2015.  The Grammar School has now joined an exclusive group of schools across the world which successfully integrates technology with teaching and learning to deliver more personalized education to ...

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Classes 1-3: Lower School

It is very important to build a good foundation of study skills in the Lower School so as to prepare for demands of the curriculum in the Upper School.  In the first three years at The Grammar School, it is imperative to establish good study habits and set achievable goals for academic success in the future.

Classes 1-3 are the years for students to:
  • Build and develop a range of interests and extra activities including sports to promote a healthy body and mind
  • Form new friendships which will make life  at The Grammar School more enjoyable and develop social skills
  • Join new clubs and explore new activities
  • Be the best they can be
  • Challenge themselves
Students need to:
  • Attend all their lessons regularly; absences from school may hinder their academic progress
  • Be organized.  Pack their bag the night before to ensure they have the appropriate books and homework
  • Record their homework in their diary systematically, carefully noting the deadlines.  Tick off completed assignments 
  • Colour code their books so that they can easily identify the exercise books for a particular lesson.  This can be done by placing the same colour sticker on the spine of all the books you need for a particular subject.
Study Tips:
  • Homework should be done on the day it is assigned
  • Find a QUIET place for homework, make sure mobile phones are on silent and students are not distracted by the TV, radio or computer
  • Read over the day’s lessons on a daily basis and ensure familiarity with the material taught.  Do not leave questions unanswered, always ask the teacher
  • If you are set a long term project do not procrastinate! Set yourself short term goals and do some each day
  • If you forget or are unable to do your homework, tell the teacher ahead of time.  If there is a serious reason, bring a note from your parents to explain
  • Regular revision will assist you in obtaining successful grades


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