Ipswich Grammar School offers AIEF Scholarships for boarding students.
Ipswich Grammar School continued to develop its already strong relationship with AIEF during 2021. In 2021, 26 Indigenous boys were receiving AIEF assistance.
Students continued to show great leadership, sporting and academic success.
Cooper completed his Diploma of Business and Cert III Agriculture and Horticulture, and participated in GPS Athletics and GPS Cross Country. Patrick and Malique also completed their Diplomas of Business, with Malique also playing with the 1st XV rugby team.
Mathew participated in the Bradfield Program for Academic Extension. Kohen completed a Cert III in Sport and Recreation, Cert III in Agriculture and Horticulture, Cert I in Construction and made the GPS Athletics Team. Caleb, Kayden and Tyrell also completed a Cert III in Sport and Recreation, Cert III in Agriculture and Horticulture, and Cert I in Construction.
Wyatt completed a Cert III in Sport and Recreation and Cert III in Agriculture and Horticulture. Sywani completed a Cert I in Construction and Cert III in Sport and Recreation
Ernest completed his Cert III in Agriculture and Horticulture. Hayden completed a Cert III in Sport and Recreation, Cert II in Agriculture and Horticulture, and made the GPS Athletics Team.
Orlando and Logan played with the 1st XI Football team and
Logan was awarded Player of the Year. He
was also a GPS Athletics Team Representative and GPS Cross Country
Morgan, Kai, Ky, Taj and Bronson were all GPS Cross Country
representatives, with Bronson making the State Cross Country top six. Taj was also named 8A Basketball Player of
the Year while Riley was named Year 8 Club Basketball Player of the Year. Chase was named 14A Rugby Player of the Year
and Adrian Vowles Cup Players’ Player.
All AIEF students participated in GPS sport and activities
throughout 2021, while seven AIEF students represented IGS in a First Team
A strong working partnership exists between senior
management and the AIEF boys and we continue to develop a strong relationship
between Ipswich Grammar School and Kambu.
2021 was another great year for the Indigenous students at
Ipswich Grammar School. The School looks
forward to continuing the successful association with AIEF in the future.
In 2021, AIEF Scholarship Students at Ipswich Grammar School were spread across Year 7 to Year 12.
Indigenous Secondary Students 2021
In 2021, the 46 Indigenous students enrolled at Ipswich Grammar School were representative of 6.4% of the total population of 723 students.
In 2021, AIEF supported 26 students at Ipswich Grammar School.
In 2021, the retention and Year 12 completion rate at Ipswich Grammar School was 100%.
Note: Attrition rates do not imply underperformance as students may leave a school for a variety of reasons including changes in personal circumstances such as family relocation interstate, personal or family health issues, or moving to a school that is more suited to the needs of the student.