Welcome to
Christ Church Grammar School

Christ Church Grammar School is a leading inner city, independent, Anglican, co-educational primary school that provides an outstanding education for children from Kindergarten to Year 6.


We Cherish
Discovery & Dreams

Encouraging a responsible approach to study, pupils make the most of their strengths while studying to improve as they pursue excellence. 

We Cherish
Spirit & Traditions

Sharing a vision and resources, our comprehensive school program includes the opportunity for regular Anglican worship and spiritual reflection that honours the traditions and beliefs of all.

We Cherish
Teaching & Learning

We actively challenge our young pupils and urge them to develop in character so that they achieve their very best. Our broad curriculum includes expert teaching in music, physical and outdoor education, languages and visual arts. 

We Cherish
The Individual & Belonging

From your first phone call, to your daily contact at drop-off, to your child’s Valedictory celebration dinner, we know that the personal touch really matters. Happiness comes from a sense of belonging.

We Cherish
Mums & Dads

Our Friends’ Association meets regularly. New members are always warmly welcomed and there are many meaningful ways that parents can show their support.

We Cherish
Passion & Purpose

At CCGS we recognise that every child has talents and passions that should be nurtured. 

We Cherish
Creativity & Ideas

Opportunities for self-expression are a feature of our broad and balanced curriculum. 

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Book Your Personal Tour Today

Come and see for yourself why Christ Church Grammar School is known as a leader in primary years education. Book now to arrange a personal tour with the Principal.

Experts in Primary Years Education

The early and primary years of your child’s education are the most important, setting the foundations on which all future learning will be based. We are experts.

Co-education Leaders Since 1921

In 1921, fifty years prior to other schools in the area, we began educating both girls and boys together. A revolution for the time.