The School campus is designed to maximise the optimal learning and social opportunities of our students. Modern buildings and beautifully landscaped grounds contribute to providing a wonderful environment for our students' school experience.
Both the Senior School and Junior School enjoy excellent resources in the classrooms as well as having access to exceptional facilities on campus.
The Pringle Building
- The Auditorium, which facilitates a gymnasium and basketball court, as well as full School assemblies and performances
- The Theatre, which has retractable seating accommodating up to 125 people and is ideal for smaller performances and lectures. The Theatre and the Auditorium can be used as one space or separately when partitioned. Both have excellent lighting and sound equipment
- The Performing Arts space has purpose-built Dance and Drama studios, five music tuition rooms and one production studio, an acoustic music room, an electronic music studio, and a dedicated concert and stage band rehearsal room
Enjoy the video showcasing our Vocal Ensembles at the 2013 Vocal Workshop. The event was held in the Auditorium of the Pringle Building.
The Creekside Café
There’s nothing better than a good cup of coffee to kick-start your day or to enjoy with friends! Located near the deck, overlooking a beautiful bush and creek setting, our Creekside Café offers excellent beverages to the School community.
Our professional barista makes delicious espresso coffees, hot chocolates, teas and light snacks which can be enjoyed in a relaxed alfresco environment. Whether you are already a part of the School community or here for a visit, why not stop by and grab yourself a cappuccino, flat white or chai latte for a well-deserved break!
Outdoor Recreational Areas
A full-sized football field, an outdoor interactive playground for our K–2 students, a mini oval and designated play area for our K-6 students, and an exciting adventure playground for our Junior School are some of the great outdoor areas our students enjoy.
A large deck area with picnic tables and chairs as well as café tables overlooking the creek is a wonderful space for students, teachers and the community. Now with a retractable roof, heating and a BBQ, the area is used all year round for various functions.
We also have many well-appointed outdoor areas for recreational purposes in our Senior School.
A healthy lifestyle plays a vital part in assisting young people to grow and develop to their highest potential both physically and mentally. Our fresh approach to the dietary and nutritional content of the food we provide our students ensures our menus contribute substantially to their daily nutritional intake and develops healthy eating habits. With an increased quantity of hot meals and fresh snacks prepared on-site our parent community, staff and students embrace a healthy lifestyle culture.
Our School uniform and how it is worn is a reflection of our School’s identity in the community. In keeping with our School motto, For Greatness, For Excellence, For Christ we encourage our students to wear their uniform with pride and confidence inside and outside the School grounds.
Both our Junior and Senior School uniforms have been designed to provide comfort and style whilst enhancing the health and safety of our students throughout their daily school activities.
Our uniform shop Argyle and Tweed is located on the School campus and operates on outsource terms in conjunction with a dedicated team of volunteers from within the School community.
- Mondays 8am to 4pm
- Fridays 8am to 4pm
Price lists and order forms are listed below for your convenience.
Learning Resource Centre
The Learning Resource Centre provides an open and welcoming environment for students and teachers. We have a comprehensive and contemporary range of resources, including online and e-book facilities for students and staff.
Students in Kindergarten to Year 6 actively participate in our information literacy initiatives, which include the Premier’s Reading Challenge, Book Week, Book Fair and Accelerated Reader. Each class visits the Learning Resource Centre every week. The literacy program is designed to inspire and encourage students to engage in a wide range of dynamic and contemporary resources, and aims to promote a lifelong love of reading and learning.
The wide variety of senior fiction, fiction, non fiction, magazines, reference and study guides give students access to a great range of resources. This includes online databases and research tools, related text resource listings and specific assistance with research and study skills. Notebook computers are available for student use. A senior study room is provided for our Years 11 and 12 students, with access to our full range of services.
Oxford Falls Grammar School has launched a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) program in 2016. Research shows that BYOD programs, done well, can lead to increased student motivation and engagement with learning, and therefore improved student learning outcomes over time. Students in Kindergarten to Year 4 have access to school-supplied iPads. In Years 5 to 12 students will use their own MacBook, laptop or iPad, based on their Year group. This is part of our school’s overall strategy to improve students’ learning experiences and increase access to technology.
The BYOD program allows teachers to more effectively integrate the use of technology in the classroom to facilitate collaborative, inquiry-based learning while developing students’ skills as 21st century learners and citizens. Following inquiry-based learning experiences, research has shown, students have greater confidence in their own ability and improved ownership of their own learning.
The school continues to invest in necessary infrastructure, professional development and innovative technologies to. In the Senior School students have access to technology hubs with industry-standard equipment for specialist subjects. Junior School classrooms are equipped with interactive whiteboards. A new learning management system is schedule for implementation in 2017 to promote an interactive learning environment to facilitate formative assessment, manage assignments and deliver online content.
Out of Hours Care
Before and After School Care
Before and After School Care (BASC) is a service provided to members of the School community for students aged 5–13 years old.
Highly skilled staff are dedicated to providing a safe and fun environment as well as encouraging positive behaviours and building strong friendships between students.
The program offers enjoyable activities under close supervision for all children including: a wonderful smorgasbord of arts and crafts such as making rag dolls and creating with clay; indoor games such as interactive software games and board games; outdoor games (sponsored by the Sports Commission of NSW), such as rollerblading, soccer, football, oztag and hockey. BASC also provides opportunities for students to complete homework and engage in private study.
Breakfast is supplied for Before School Care and afternoon tea for After School Care. The menu is nutritious and supports healthy eating habits for our children.
Before School Care is open from 7.00–8.55am and After School Care from 2.45–6.30pm.
For full details, download the Before and After School and Vacation Care Brochure.
Before School Care CCB Approval ID 3-VYKY4X
After School Care CCB Approval ID 3-VYKY8X
Vacation Care Program
The Vacation Care Program is a holiday service which offers a range of activities for primary-aged children in the community during holiday periods as advertised.
Daily activities begin at Oxford Falls Grammar School at 8.00am and finish at 6.30pm.
Vacation Care CCB Approval ID 3-VYKYBT
School Bus Service
We provide transport to and from School through Sydney Buses and Forest Coach Lines. Buses cover the Peninsula and Northern Suburbs from Pymble, Mona Vale, Terrey Hills, Belrose/Davidson, Frenchs Forest and down to Manly/Seaforth areas.