Monthly Archives: July 2014

The Accidental Classroom

Spontaneous learning opportunities can come from anything from the simplest of daily chores to large community events. For a child, the world is a magical place full of new and exciting experiences, even if it’s just discovering where rain comes from! Spontaneous learning opportunities are easy to recognise if you know what you are looking […]


Exploring Insects at FG Bathurst

This week, here at First Grammar Bathurst, we have been exploring insects. The children thoroughly enjoy using the magnifying glasses to examine the visual displays as well as using their sense of touch to feel the different texture of the bugs hanging from the shelf. The younger children are able to express their excitement through non-verbal […]


Celebrating NAIDOC Week at Wyoming

Recently at First Grammar Wyoming we celebrated Aboriginal culture and recognised  achievements of some of our Indigenous Australians.  The centre also contacted the  local Darkinjung people to organise a visit  from a community member to talk to the children about local Aboriginal  culture.  We commenced our celebrations for the week with a flag raising ceremony acknowledging […]