Pymble's Agricultural Plot provides our Agriculture students with direct access to a hands-on, practical classroom.View more
The Aquatic and Fitness Centre features a 50m heated indoor swimming pool with multiple diving platforms, a large purpose-built learn to swim pool and a multi-purpose fitness centre.View more
Originally a residence for the Principal of the College, Avonmoore is now the administration centre for Sport and Activities.View more
To mark the Centenary of the College, a Centenary Walkway was constructed from bricks inscribed with names of the Pymble community.View more
The Isabel McKinney Harrison Centre is where you will find most of the College's administrative offices.View more
The College's dedicated Uniform Shop allows families to conveniently purchase all their uniform needs on campus.View more
A contemporary learning facility designed around the needs of students and staff.View more
Pymble's outstanding music school plays host to a wide range of dedicated music learning facilities.View more
Named in honour of former Chairman of the Council, Mr George Ferguson, the Ferguson Building is home to Visual Arts at Pymble.View more
Flagpole Lawn is a popular drop off and pick up point for Secondary School students.View more
Pymble's GMCPA is 750-seat performing arts centre featuring world-class, professional facilities for the College community.View more
Pymble’s historic Gloucester Lawn is home to our majestic Jacaranda Tree planted in 1947 to commemorate the visit of Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Gloucester.View more
Named after the Grey House on which it borders, Grey House Walk offers alternative pedestrian entry onto the campus.View more
Pymble's on-campus Health Care Centre offers students access to a team of professional qualified nurses.View more
The College’s history is housed in the Heritage Centre which has an extensive archive collection of photos and memorabilia.View more
Running alongside the main driveway, this field offers a picturesque alternative to the Main Oval.View more
An outstanding indoor physical education centre catering to a wide range of sports and College uses.View more
Joan Hammond House meets the needs of boarding students and their families, along with the administrative needs of Boarding staff.View more
Catering to students in Years 3 to 6, Pymble's Junior School is an exceptionally well-resourced learning precinct.View more
Lang House provides Year 12 boarders with dedicated resources, care and support required by students during their final year at the College.View more
The College's founding building, the Colonnade has seen nearly 100 years of Pymble girls pass through its arches.View more
The Main Hall is used for a range of College events, Boarders' dining, and exams.View more
Pymble's picturesque Main Oval dominates the landscape as you enter Marden Gates.View more
Originally erected in 1927, Marden Gates have greeted many generations of Pymble girls as they enter the College.View more
The College's dedicated Audio-Visual facility allows our students to consistently deliver fun and award-winning films.View more
Mollie Dive Field is a key location for sport at Pymble and is significant component of the Centenary Precinct.View more
Attended by staff, this area provides a safe drop off and pick up area for the College's youngest students.View more
Pymble's Prep School is a purpose-built precinct perfect for the College's youngest students from Kindergarten to Year 2.View more
The natural environment of the dry riverbed is where Preparatory School students engage in creative play endeavours.View more
The Professional Learning Centre is where professional development courses and programs are held for staff members.View more
The College campus is located a safe three-minute walk from Pymble train station.View more
Designed and built for specifically for our senior students, the Senior School Centre represents a paradigm shift in education.View more
The Speech and Drama Centre is used as a learning and meeting space for Speech and Drama students.View more
The Sustainability Garden is part of the College's sustainability initiatives.View more
This purpose built facility includes a range of exceptional amenities dedicated to Pymble's TAS program.View more
Home to Pymble's IT services, The Hub also provides an innovative learning space for both students and staff.View more
The Pavilion is a multipurpose venue that accommodates a range of College programs, events and activities.View more
An underground car park for approximately 230 vehicles is located below Mollie Dive Field as part of the Centenary Sports Precinct.View more
For girls in Years 9 and 10, the Upper School enjoys a central position on the College campus.View more
Since it's first service in 1956, the Chapel has long been the geographical and spiritual heart of Pymble Ladies' College.View more
The agriculture plot provides practical experience opportunities for students of Agriculture at Pymble. Students participate in activities such as rearing and feeding livestock and growing fruits and vegetables in the various garden beds. Depending on the time of year, you may be able to find chickens, goats, ducks, sheep or even calves at the ‘Ag Plot’.
The Aquatic and Fitness Centre is the centrepiece of the Centenary Sports Precinct. It features a 50m heated indoor eight lane swimming pool with multiple diving platforms, a large purpose-built learn-to-swim pool and a multi-purpose fitness centre incorporating strength and conditioning facilities and consultation and remedial treatment rooms. A truly world class facility.
In a fitting commemoration of our College’s 100 year celebrations in 2016, Pymble has begun construction of the Centenary Precinct. Scheduled to finish in February of 2016 as part of Pymble's centenary celebrations, the precinct will establish our new aquatic and fitness centre, learn to swim pool and redevelop Mollie Dive Field to provide extensive underground parking.
The Centenary walkway is situated beside the entry to the Centenary Precinct Aquatic and Fitness Centre. The walkway is constructed from bricks inscribed with names of the Pymble community.
The College's dedicated Uniform Shop allows families to purchase all their uniform needs. The shop sells new and second hand clothes and our specialist staff can assist in that all important uniform fitting. Be sure to visit the Uniform Shop page for opening hours and full uniform lists.
Named after Mr John Conde, former Council Member and Chairman, the Conde Library is a first class contemporary learning facility designed to engage both students and staff. With flexible learning spaces, the library caters for both collaborative and individual study. Supported by a dedicated team of professional Teacher Librarians, students are able to enjoy a large collection of books from a wide range of disciplines.
Named in honour of David Blackwell, former College Council member and Chairman, Pymble's music school features a range of dedicated music-specific learning facilities. This includes a number of customised classrooms, music laboratories, a large gallery space for rehearsal and performance and 16 studios for individual tuition and boarders' instrument practice.
Supporting Pymble's extensive Visual Arts program, the Ferguson Building caters for the College's Secondary School Visual Arts students. The building provides an art gallery, craft facilities, kilns for pottery, a printing press, and an open courtyard for sculpture. Visit at any time of the day and you should be able to find a Senior School student working on what is sure to be an exceptional HSC Major Work.
An area of bustling activity as girls greet and farewell each other before and after school, Flagpole Lawn is a popular drop off and pick up point for Secondary School students.
Officially named the 'Roland Love Gates', Gate 3 provides convenient access to the rear of the College. The gates are an ideal entry point for those wishing to access facilities such as the Boarding Houses, Mollie Dive Field, the Senior School Centre and the College Uniform Shop.
Opened in 2005 in honour of Mrs Gillian Moore, the College Principal from 1989 to 2007, the GMCPA is a world-class performing arts centre. With a range of professional features including an auditorium, orchestra pit and fly tower, the centre is suitable for productions of all shapes and sizes. Its state of the art theatrical lighting and sound capabilities stamp Pymble productions with a distinct professionalism.
Pymble’s historic Gloucester Lawn forms the heart of the Middle School Precinct and is home to our majestic Jacaranda Tree planted in 1947 to commemorate the visit of Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Gloucester.
Goodlet House provides opportunities to students in Years 10 and 11, who tend to have similar needs at this stage of their secondary school experience, to integrate and engage in all aspects of life as a boarder.
The College's dedicated on-campus Health Care Centre is available to all Pymble students. Equipped with ward capacity, it provides students with access to a Physiotherapist as well as team of professional nurses, one of whom lives onsite to attend to emergencies outside of College hours.
Located underneath the War Memorial Chapel, the Heritage Centre houses an extensive archive collection. With items on display dating back to when the College was established in 1916, the Centre has an integral place in the College. With a range of historical photographs, trophies and sports memorabilia, the Centre is always an interesting visit for past, current and prospective families. The Heritage Centre is also the heart of the Ex-Students’ Union (ESU) where the committee convenes for its regular meetings and other related ESU events.
Running alongside the main driveway, the James Kelso Pavilion and Field provide a picturesque alternative to the Main Oval. Opened in 1990, the field is regularly occupied by carnivals, training sessions and competitive matches. The pavilion which sits aside the field is often used as an idealistic outdoor classroom and canteen during sports days.
This outstanding indoor physical education centre features a gymnasium, gymnastics centre, weight training room, indoor courts for basketball, netball, badminton and volleyball, plus video facilities and classrooms. Beyond Physical Education, the Centre also provides a sizeable indoor space for large College events such as Speech Night and the annual Careers Expo.
Joan Hammond House is open and available to all members of the boarding community to use and is suitable for a broad range of purposes. It may be used as a meeting place, a work centre, a venue for families to meet, a place for travellers to freshen up and wait for their daughters, a place where friends who visit our girls can meet, and a place where families will find peace and quiet and space to be on their own when time for visiting is limited.
With its own exclusive library, playground and hall, Pymble's Junior School is an exceptionally well-resourced learning precinct. Girls from Year 3 to Year 6 are able to enjoy a range of innovative learning spaces, including a unique open learning environment for our Year 5 students.
Lang House provides Year 12 boarders with dedicated resources, care and support required by students during their final year at the College. Lang House enables the girls to maintain connections and support for each other during their final year of schooling in what can often be a difficult and stressful time.
Set amongstthe College's picturesque tree line, Liane Tooth Field is a set of three multi-purpose sports courts used predominantly by our Preparatory and Junior students.
The founding building of the College in 1916, the Main Colonnade with its iconic arches has seen nearly 100 years of Pymble girls pass through. Located alongside the picturesque Gloucester Lawn and Jacaranda Tree, the Colonnade has recently undergone a restoration to ensure it provides the foundations for another 100 years of outstanding Pymble students.
Pymble's picturesque Main Oval dominates the landscape as you enter Marden Gates and is frequently abuzz with students at play. Surrounded by an historic white fence, the Main Oval has been a hallmark of the College since its foundation in 1916.
Named in honour of Dr John Marden, the first Principal of Pymble Ladies' College, Marden Gates is the main entry point to the College. First erected in 1927, the iconic gates are a grand sight as you enter the long driveway towards the Main Oval.
Boarders in Years 7, 8 and 9 call Marden House home. Programs and activities in Marden House are designed for this age group and facilitate the social, recreational and learning needs of students, while providing a positive and enjoyable experience.
In support of Pymble's ever-popular (and growing) Media Program, students are able to utilise a fully equipped media production suite. With a sound-proof studio, green screen and advanced audio and video editing hardware, students from Kindergarten to Year 12 are able to consistently produce a wide range of fun and award-winning films.
A short walk from both the Preparatory and Junior School, this designated supervised area is where our youngest girls are dropped off and picked up each day. Supervised by College staff, it ensures a quick and smooth transition to the classroom for our students.
Pymble’s Preparatory School captures and extends the inquisitive nature of young children as they negotiate their learning journey in a safe and supportive environment. The purpose-built precinct is perfect for our youngest students from Kindergarten to Year 2, providing creative, engaging and visually exciting learning spaces that capture each girl’s interests.
The natural environment of the dry riverbed is where Preparatory School students engage in investigative and creative play. The space is complete with two bridges, winding stepping stones and a multi-level sandpit.
The College's dedicated Science Centre was opened in 1994 and includes 12 well-equipped modern laboratories and learning spaces, along with a fully integrated science lecture theatre.
Opened in 2009 and named in honour of the former Chairperson of the College Council, Mrs Kate Mason, the Senior School Centre – Kate Mason Building is a specialist educational facility purpose built and designed to address the unique requirements of senior students. With a focus upon world-class, flexible educational facilities, the Centre features high-visibility rooms, a 260-seat lecture theatre and a circular conference room equipped in partnership with CISCO for state-of-the-art video conferencing.
The Sustainability Garden is part of the College's sustainability initiative. Maintained by Middle School students, it teaches the importance of recycling materials in the garden, sourcing sustainable seeds and tools, saving water and much more.
In support of Pymble's award winning Technology and Applied Studies (TAS) program, the College's TAS Centre provides a range of outstanding specialist facilities. With dedicated woodwork workshops, fully-equipped textiles learning spaces, and a commercial kitchen, Pymble's TAS students are superbly supported in their studies.
The Hub is the home to Information Technologies at Pymble. Offering an innovative learning space for both students and staff to the maximise their use of technology, The Hub also delivers the day-to-day IT support services to the College.
An underground car park for approximately 230 vehicles is located below Mollie Dive Field as part of the Centenary Sports Precinct. The car park includes a dedicated drop-off and pick-up zone for the Junior School.
For girls in Years 9 and 10, the Upper School precinct lies within close walking distance to a number of the College's key learning facilities. As girls prepare for their final years at Pymble, they are encouraged to take responsibility for their own learning and the welfare of others.
Sitting alongside the historical Jacaranda Tree and Main Colonnade, the Chapel hosts services nearly every day of the year and is a popular venue for the weddings of ex-students. With intricate stained glass windows adorning the Chapel's walls and a 1068-pipe organ first constructed in 1886, the Chapel is the geographical and spiritual heart of Pymble Ladies' College.
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