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SCEGGS Redlands

272 Military Road, Cremorne, NSW, 2090, Australia
Tel: (+61) 2 9909 3133
Fax: (+61) 2 9909 3228
School Summary:
National, International Curriculum, IB.
1570, 3-19yrs

SCEGGS Redlands Sydney Church of England Co-educational Grammar School, Redlands was originally established in 1884 and merged in 1946 Church of England Girls' Grammar School. SCECGS Redlands continued until 1976 when it came under the management of SCECGS Redlands Limited, represented by the Council comprising businessmen, parents of students of the school and other friends of the school. At this time the school became coeducational.

The school is located on two campuses 200 metres apart. School facilities include the following: three well-equipped libraries with on-line inquiry screens, CD-ROM terminals and audio-visual facilities; modern gymnasium with facilities for a wide range of indoor sports; networked computer classrooms; modern school bus fleet. There are seventy-eight classrooms and specialist teaching areas; eleven laboratories; and a school auditorium including all facilities for staging musical and theatrical performances. From Kindergarten to the International Baccalaureate Section of the school there is a tri-partite approach: curriculum; co-curriculum and sport. The curriculum provides mainstream subjects, reflecting both the requirements of statutory authorities in New South Wales and the requirements of internationally-recognized education models. The co-curriculum provides a practical adjunct to and reinforcement of the curriculum. Vocational and personal skills develop in students through weekly activities. Outdoor education, curriculum camps, field study, travel abroad, the Duke of Edinburgh and Challenge programmes draw on the curriculum and co-curriculum for content, planning and procedure. A wide choice of sports forms part of every student's training and education. From this element of the school's teaching come concepts of team spirit, individual challenge, self-discipline, courage, physical skill and self-confidence.

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