Vision, Mission, Philosophy
To develop in each Glennie girl the intellectual, physical and spiritual potential to be All She Can Be®
Glennie girls are to be educated to the highest standards of which they are capable. In addition, Glennie girls are to be given the opportunities to develop their sporting and cultural talents through a rich, diverse and relevant co-curricular program. By achieving an understanding of their own spiritual dimension, Glennie girls will make a positive contribution to the world with a sense of their own worth and character in addition to a well-developed sense of citizenship.
As well-skilled, well-rounded and well-grounded young people of excellent character, integrity and poise, Glennie girls will be able to be all they can be.
As a community where tomorrow’s women learn, our mission is to provide girls with dynamic opportunities in education, training and personal growth which develop their individual potential and prepare them for life. We shall incorporate traditional values within a caring, Christian environment, together with the best contemporary teaching methods and learning experiences.
The Glennie’s educational philosophy recognises each Glennie girl as a unique person whose developmental needs are best met within a loving and inclusive community where she can find a sense of belonging and happiness as well as opportunities for fulfilment.
A Glennie education is holistic and seeks to help each girl to integrate her mental, physical, spiritual, social and emotional dimensions.
The School encourages commitment to a sound work ethic, self-discipline and service, within the context of the Anglican faith and ethos.
Girls at Glennie are encouraged to follow a Christian way of life. The School endeavours to teach a set of moral and spiritual values, as well as traditional codes of behaviour, good manners and honesty above that generally exhibited in our society. The teaching of personal values seeks to make our students responsible and caring members of their communities. Natural talents are developed through academic and practical learning. The acquisition of knowledge and skills develops independent and critical thinking necessary for further study, employment and personal welfare.