Learning at IJGS
Individual journeys. Endless possibilities.
Ipswich Junior Grammar School students love to learn.
Our boys and girls discover their world with lessons and resources that develop their ability to think creatively and problem solve and nurture their independence and communication skills. We offer an all-round, academically rigorous but fun-filled curriculum. Our class sizes are smaller to ensure your child receives more attention, in every lesson, every day. Enthusiastic teachers care about the individual needs and interests of their students.
Each of our boys and girls has an Individual Academic Learning Plan, tailored to their specific needs and goals. Ongoing monitoring of your child’s progress enables early identification of learning difficulties, gifted and talented behaviour, strengths and areas for improvement.
Our three-separate, but linked, Centres offer a safe, smaller space for your child to learn, gain confidence and transition smoothly from year to year while enjoying the state-of-the-art facilities and resources of our wider School campus.
At Junior Grammar, we support your child to realise their full potential and want them to feel good about themselves as a learner, and as a person. Learn more about our first-class learning experiences by booking your personal tour here.
Early Education Centre
At our Early Education Centre (EEC) your child can start their learning adventure from Kindy and Pre-Prep in a safe, warm and stimulating environment where quality care is our highest priority.
We support our young learners in their exciting formal learning adventure every step of the way in our warm and inviting Brockwell Gill Foundation Centre.
Junior School Centre
In Junior School our boys and girls continue to thrive in an inspiring community guided by enthusiastic, highly experienced teachers who love what they do.
Bright Sparks Workshop
We engage and motivate young learners by integrating forward-thinking and innovative academic programs, such as E-STEAM (Entrepreneurship, Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Mathematics).