INDEPENDENT    -     CO-EDUCATIONAL     -     CHRISTIAN     -     K-12  


Visions Art Exhibition


Secondary students from Lakes Grammar will present a collection of works that explore their view of the world. The works range from emerging art students in Year 7 through to more experienced artists in Year 12.

Exhibition Launch: Friday 1 August 2014, 6:30pm

Exhibition dates: Saturday 2 August - Sunday 10 August, 10:00am - 4:00pm

Venue: The Studio Gallery, Gosford Regional Gallery and Arts Centre.

36 Webb Street, East Gosford

Artwork featured by Kathryn Norgrove, Year 10, Untitled.



Year 2 re-create Ken Done Art Car


Our Year 2 students have rallied together to re-create a Ken Done Art Car on a real life Rally Car which will be raced in the next Awaba Toronto Rally to raise money for the National Breast Cancer Foundation. The exciting project not only raises money for a great cause but also brings the classroom to life as students re-create one of the Ken Done masterpieces they have been studying in class.
The car has been donated to the school by owner and Rally Car driver Darren Gee who will personally race the car.


National Reconciliation Week


Lakes Grammar recognises this important week in our nation’s public life. On Monday, National Sorry Day, we held our annual Aboriginal Culture Day. A visiting Aboriginal speaker met with Year 7 students, discussed Aboriginal culture, demonstrated some traditional tools and taught the students a dance. 

At assemblies this week we are making an Acknowledgement of Country. This acknowledges that our school occupies land which forms the spiritual and cultural home of the Darkinjung people, their “Country”. The acknowledgement to be read is as follows: I would like to acknowledge the Darkinjung people who are the traditional custodians of the land on which our school stands. I would also like to pay respect to Elders both past and present of the Darkinjung nation and extend that respect to other Aboriginal people present.

Thank you Raymond Kelly for visiting our school and helping our students have an appreciation of the Australian Aboriginal culture and the significance of National Sorry Day.

"Every Face Has A Place" - KidsMatter Launch


Today's launch of our KidsMatter Program was a fantastic day for K-6 students. The day started with the official Launch of our KidsMatter initiative, including a skit by a small group of very brave teachers, two of which were in dress up. This was then followed by the making of a finger print tree, friendship bands and dream flags.

The highlight of the day was most certainly the wonderful smiley face created by our students and parents on the oval in recognition of our program motto "Every Face Has A Place". The implementation of this program in our Junior School builds on all the wonderful things we already do as a school around student wellbeing.