Our high-performing culture supports the wellbeing and development of staff who exemplify the TGS values

Toowoomba Grammar School has a high-performing culture that supports the wellbeing and development of staff. Our staff exemplify the TGS values and share our commitment to the growth of our boys by promoting diversity, inclusivity, and reconciliation. We aim for a high workforce retention rate, and we drive performance through leadership, culture and values. We have an engaged community which fosters positive relationships and strong local, national, and global partnerships. Staff are encouraged to further develop their bonds with our students through our extensive co-curricular program which includes sport, performing arts and cadets.

We are a financially and environmentally sustainable organisation that provides programs and operations for the long-term benefit of our community. Our fresh, innovative learning spaces encourage more collaborative, contemporary and innovative teaching and learning. We are proud to be leading the way in technology, recognised by Microsoft as one of only a handful of ‘Lighthouse’ schools. Our knowledge rich curriculum, state-of-the-art technology and innovative pedagogy transforms learning outcomes.

We invite you to explore this website to learn more about our inspirational staff members and our outstanding student outcomes.

Our commitment to student protection

Toowoomba Grammar School supports the rights of children and young people and is committed to the safety, welfare and wellbeing of students and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All candidates are required to undergo a screening process prior to appointment and the successful candidate must comply with School policies and relevant legislation relating to student protection.

It is a requirement under the Working with Children (Risk Management and Screening) Act that people working with children (under 18 years of age) in a paid, voluntary or self-employed capacity, are required to undergo a criminal history check – the “working with children check”, which is carried out by the Public Safety Business Agency (PSBA). A certified copy, or sighting of the original Blue Card, must be produced prior to commencement of duties.

To be considered for a teaching position at Toowoomba Grammar School, applicants must be currently registered or be eligible for Teacher Registration with the Queensland College of Teachers.

Toowoomba Grammar School staff must be legally eligible to work in Australia.