On Friday, 29 July the Sunshine Coast Grammar School community came together to celebrate 26 years since the sod was turned on its unique rainforest playground.
Grammar’s sense of pride, community and its green heart runs deep and it is these foundations that make the school unique. As part of the celebrations, the school acknowledged Life Long Learner students and their families.
The event also recognised its dedicated staff who have served the school community for 10, 15, and 20 years. Through their actions and commitment, they have exemplified what it means to be part of the Grammar community, and live the motto, Where Passion Meets Purpose, every day.
Foundation Day is an exciting day for the school, it provides the community with the opportunity to reflect on the growth of the school over the years and look forward with great ambition to the future.
‘It is very clear that our green heart will always be fiercely guarded. Our rainforest walk remains the beating heart of our school community,’ said Principal, Mrs Anna Owen.
Schools are communities and Grammar is well known for its enduring sense of community.
‘We pride ourselves on these connections and the supportive and caring relationships students establish and maintain with their peers and teachers throughout their time at school,’ said Mrs Owen.
Celebrations concluded with the hotly contested relay of the Grammar Gift, which saw Chisholm house win the glory this year.