St Margaret's Berwick Grammar is a remarkable place. From its foundation in 1926, the school has become one of Melbourne's leading independent schools for boys and girls, aged 3-18 years.
We pride ourselves on providing an exceptional, all round education that enables each child to try everything on offer, to find out what they really enjoy and are good at. The capacity to engage children at many different levels is central to life at St Margaret's Berwick Grammar and we offer countless opportunities across many different learning contexts both inside and outside the classroom. The school is grounded in the strength of relationships that are the bedrock of all great communities.
The school is grounded in the strength of relationships that are the bedrock of all great communities.
Central to this is our talented and committed staff, who work with our children to achieve these ends. St Margaret’s Berwick Grammar is tremendously diverse in terms of the academic and cultural backgrounds of its children, and we celebrate this diversity. Our staff are a team of highly skilled and committed teachers and educational support staff. The passion and enthusiasm of our staff underpin the school’s culture of community, learning, and teaching excellence.
Be part of a talented, motivated, and well-resourced team
Working at St Margaret’s Berwick Grammar means being part of a talented, motivated, and well-resourced team that works together to ensure the best possible outcomes for all our students. St Margaret’s Berwick Grammar is committed to the safety, participation and empowerment of all children. All potential employees will be required to comply with and embrace the School’s Child Safe Policy and Code of Conduct.
2021 Employer of Choice
St Margaret’s Berwick Grammar is delighted to be one of the 25 schools that have been awarded the title ‘Employer of Choice’ for 2021 by The Educator.
The award required schools to provide both quantitative and qualitative evidence to demonstrate performance as a leading workplace. The key areas deemed critical though the review process of providing a positive employee experience included remuneration; training and professional development; career progression; diversity and inclusion; access to technology and resources; communication; leadership; work-life balance; health and wellbeing; and reward and recognition.