Welcome to Scone Grammar School – our Positive, Flourishing Learning Community

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Scone Grammar School is a co-educational, Independent Anglican School from The Yellow Cottage Preschool through to Year 12.  Our Christian values lay the foundation for a safe, caring community.

Our four growth pillars provide structure and support for our learning community, encouraging all individual students to be well rounded, promoting balance and connection points within our community – important for wellbeing and learning.

Through Grammar Minds, we work with each individual to inspire a motivation to learn – for life; Grammar Plus provides diverse extra-curricular opportunities to grow, shaped by students’ interests & pursuits; Grammar Cares is about caring for the individual, nurturing wellbeing within our school community; and Grammar Leads involves developing leaders to serve the wider community.

Well-being, being comfortable and happy, leads to heightened learning. Caring for each individual within our community of learning and wellbeing, helps our students to positively flourish. This means they are able to positively learn and grow through good times and life’s struggles.

As they flourish, we encourage our students to share their strengths with others, through mentoring, buddying, coaching and most simply, caring – serving all.

To find out more about these pillars, please click on the relevant icon below.

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Our Schools Vision & Values


To be a leading Christian learning community delivering outstanding education in the Upper Hunter.


Achieve a successful, sustainable learning environment within the Upper Hunter Community that:

  • enables modern education;
  • grows Christian awareness;
  • provides global perspective;
  • producing flexible, creative, healthy individuals who strive to maximise their potential and become contributing members of the wider community.

Annual Report

Every year we produce an Annual Report.

This Report is a requirement of the NSW Education Standards Authority. Should you require any further information, please contact The Principal, Mr Paul Smart.

To obtain a copy of the latest Annual Report, please click here.