What we offer
Educating the whole girl is an important part of Glennie’s educational offering.
Through participation in co-curricular activities such as sports teams, clubs, performing arts programs and community service, Glennie girls develop important leadership, teamwork and communication skills, and learn how to navigate relationships and prioritise their time. Involvement in co-curricular activities also encourages creativity, critical thinking and problem-solving, helping Glennie girls become well-rounded individuals.
At Glennie, co-curricular activities provide a platform for girls to discover and pursue their passions, build self-confidence and cultivate a sense of belonging and school spirit. By offering opportunities for students to participate in co-curricular activities, Glennie creates a comprehensive educational experience that nurtures the whole child, equipping girls with the skills and qualities needed to thrive in an ever-changing world.
Complementing our strong academic programs, Glennie provides a diverse range of extra-curricular activities that inspire girls to develop their unique talents as part of a balanced education.
Extra-curricular activities currently available include:
Instrumental music lessons
Strength and conditioning
Club G team sports
Concert and jazz bands
School Musicals every second year
As one of 10 member schools of the Andrew’s Cup – an independent primary girl’s sporting association across Toowoomba, Brisbane and the Gold Coast – Glennie girls from Years 2 – 6 have the opportunity to represent the school in a variety of sports throughout the year.
The Glennie School prides itself on providing an array of sporting opportunities to all students in Junior Years. This includes access to the strength and conditioning gym for students from Years 4 – 6 as part of the Glennie Sports Academy.
Our innovative extra-curricular program is designed to enhance the learning opportunities available at Glennie and inspire each girl to discover and develop her unique cultural, academic or sporting talents. We offer a broad range of activities across sport, arts, debating, chess, and academic competitions.
Girls participate in Chapel, regular School assemblies, social justice programs, and study skills sessions. Our Learning Hub provides a space for girls to challenge each other and work collaboratively on learning tasks.
All Years 7 to 9 girls participate in our hands-on Be Real, Get Set program, providing the opportunity to learn and practice essential skills to assist in managing their life, learning and work. Strong bonds are built with senior girls through House time and The Interyear Program, where Year 7 girls meet with Year 11 girls regularly throughout the year.
While the focus at Glennie during Years 10 to 12 is to concentrate on delivering a curriculum that will best prepare your daughter for her future, it is important for her to participate in extra-curricular activities which help her to further develop essential skills such as teamwork, communication, organisation, and responsibility.
At Glennie, we offer a rich and diverse range of extra-curricular activities where your daughter can explore and develop her unique interests and talents in the areas of sport, the arts, leadership, and citizenship. Our Senior girls are also presented with opportunities to take on leadership roles and extension programs within the extra-curricular program.
Arts & Performance