PMSA Board Member Vacancy

The PMSA is seeking applications from interested and suitably qualified people to join as a member of the PMSA Board. The new Board member will also sit on the Sunshine Coast Grammar School Council. Applications will close Friday 26 July 2019. You can see the full role advertisement on our Career Opportunities page.  For more …

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Governance Training Workshop

PMSA Board Members, Committee Members, School Council Members and executive staff came together last Saturday for a governance training day. Facilitated and delivered by the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD), attendees learned principles of good practice governance while also workshopping governance implementation in the context of the PMSA Group. Through case studies and robust …

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Annual Report and Deputy Chair elected at 101st AGM

The PMSA’s Annual General Meeting was held at NorthShore Harbour last night with Church representatives, PMSA Board Members, School Council and Committee Members, Principals, Chaplains, Foundation Chairs, and Presidents and other representatives from the P&F and school alumni associations attending. Tabling the Group’s 2018 Annual Report, Chairman Greg Adsett, CEO Sharon Callister, School Council Chairs …

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Combined choirs blow audience away

BBC’s and Clayfield College’s choirs showcased their music ability tonight by combining for the 10th consecutive year but this year were joined by both schools’ senior strings ensembles for an afternoon’s practice creating music magic. Singing Festival Sanctus by John Leavitt and playing and singing Cantique de Jean Racine by Gabriel Fauré, the combined choirs …

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Happy Birthday Grammar – 23 years young

PMSA Chairman Greg Adsett was pleased to personally congratulate members of the Sunshine Coast Grammar School community as they celebrated their 23rd birthday yesterday. Celebrating with the wonderful Grammar community, Greg was able to especially acknowledge the many Life Long Learners – Year 12 students who have been at Grammar since Prep. The Assembly also …

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Sharing the Plan for the Future

In addition to PMSA Open Day, our PMSA CEO Sharon Callister and several Board Members have been meeting with our school staff, P&Fs executives and members, Foundation members and alumni groups at our four schools over the last few months to share and discuss our Strategic Plan. Last night, we presented to a group before …

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Learnings from the ISQ State Forum

PMSA Chairman Greg Adsett, CEO Sharon Callister, Corporate Office staff and several of our school Principals and senior executives and staff attended the State Forum of the Independent Schools Queensland (ISQ) last week. With inspiring and thought-provoking presentations from fabulous speakers including emerging technologies thought leader Dr Catherine Ball and popular demographer Bernard Salt AM, …

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Hard work pays off: BBC crowned 2019 GPS Cross Country Champions

BBC regained the Jack E. Ross trophy in GPS Cross Country for the second year running on Wednesday May 29 2018. In what was an extremely close final tally our boys fought hard to ensure that every performance contributed towards the overall team result. Congratulations to all our runners, captains, coaches and managers of the …

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Thank you to all our many volunteers

During National Volunteer Week, we’d like to thank all of the wonderful volunteers who work tirelessly for our PMSA schools. To those who volunteer in the classroom, the tuckshop or the many school support groups, and also to those who donate valuable time to run our school alumni associations, school Foundations, School Councils and Committees, …

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