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  1. Congratulations to our Sports Captain, Year 12 student Imogen Laing on receiving the Pierre de Coubertin Award on Wednesday, 20 September. This prestigious award recognises academic and sporting excellence, while exemplifying Olympic values.

    Student Achievements – 22.9.17

    Congratulations to our Sports Captain, Year 12 student Imogen Laing on receiving the Pierre de Coubertin Award on Wednesday, 20 September. This prestigious award recognises academic and sporting excellence, while exemplifying Olympic values.

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  2. Each year, the Gabriel Foundation hosts a special day for Year 3 students. Known as ‘GGG Day’, this event sees Grandparents, Godparents and Grandfriends welcomed to the Junior School where they enjoy an assembly, morning tea and then a visit to the Year 3 classrooms.

    Be supportive - The Gabriel Foundation – 22.9.17

    Each year, the Gabriel Foundation hosts a special day for Year 3 students. Known as ‘GGG Day’, this event sees Grandparents, Godparents and Grandfriends welcomed to the Junior School where they enjoy an assembly, morning tea and then a visit to the Year 3 classrooms.

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  3. The school hosted its annual swimming carnival and despite the cold and the wave of illness that appeared to be plaguing the school community, students demonstrated a strong sense of House spirit during the day.

    Senior School Swimming Carnival recap – 21.9.17

    The school hosted its annual swimming carnival and despite the cold and the wave of illness that appeared to be plaguing the school community, students demonstrated a strong sense of House spirit during the day.

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  4. Saturday, 16 September signalled the culmination of the CGGS winter season of Netball. The Netball program went from strength to strength this year with 219 students playing winter Netball alongside their 33 coaches and 18 student coaches.

    Winter Netball wraps up – 21.9.17

    Saturday, 16 September signalled the culmination of the CGGS winter season of Netball. The Netball program went from strength to strength this year with 219 students playing winter Netball alongside their 33 coaches and 18 student coaches.

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  5. Last Saturday, Canberra Girls Grammar School had two teams compete in their respective basketball finals.

    Basketballers head to finals undefeated – 21.9.17

    Last Saturday, Canberra Girls Grammar School had two teams compete in their respective basketball finals.

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  6. Earlier in September, the Junior School fielded a team of 32 at the South Weston Athletics Carnival. Our students achieved some incredible results, and based on this, the following students went on to represent CGGS at the ACT 12 & Under Track & Field Championships on 19 September:

    Junior School athletes represent at ACT Championships – 21.9.17

    Earlier in September, the Junior School fielded a team of 32 at the South Weston Athletics Carnival. Our students achieved some incredible results, and based on this, the following students went on to represent CGGS at the ACT 12 & Under Track & Field Championships on 19 September:

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  7. Students at CGGS constantly have access to incredible opportunities…and during these holidays, girls interested in STEM have a wealth of things to choose from.

    Holiday opportunities in STEM – 21.9.17

    Students at CGGS constantly have access to incredible opportunities…and during these holidays, girls interested in STEM have a wealth of things to choose from.

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  8. I always think of the bible story when I hear the word ‘foundation’. You remember it, I’m sure:

The wise man built his house on rock and the foolish man built his house on sand. The inevitable happens and the foolish man’s house collapses while the wise man’s house stands firm.

    A firm foundation for our School – 21.9.17

    I always think of the bible story when I hear the word ‘foundation’. You remember it, I’m sure: The wise man built his house on rock and the foolish man built his house on sand. The inevitable happens and the foolish man’s house collapses while the wise man’s house stands firm.

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  9. Several members of the CGGS Parents and Friends Association (P&F) and Friends of Music visited the Junior School last week to see and hear the latest instruments purchased for the Junior School. In 2016, the P&F contributed a substantial amount to purchase the new grand piano in the Junior School Hall with help from the Friends of Music.  This year the two groups have contributed to two new timpani and a third one is in sight before the end of the year.

    Supporting music-making at CGGS – 21.9.17

    Several members of the CGGS Parents and Friends Association (P&F) and Friends of Music visited the Junior School last week to see and hear the latest instruments purchased for the Junior School. In 2016, the P&F contributed a substantial amount to purchase the new grand piano in the Junior School Hall with help from the Friends of Music. This year the two groups have contributed to two new timpani and a third one is in sight before the end of the year.

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  10. Canberra Girls Grammar School welcomes the Canberra community to the annual Parents and Friends Association Fete on Saturday 14 October, 10.00am to 3.00pm.

    The Fête is back! – 21.9.17

    Canberra Girls Grammar School welcomes the Canberra community to the annual Parents and Friends Association Fete on Saturday 14 October, 10.00am to 3.00pm.

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  11. Following on from the success of the CGGS Community Choir in Terms 1 and 3, we are again inviting parents, caregivers, Grammarians, Staff and community members to join the Community Choir in Term 4.

    Sing! – 21.9.17

    Following on from the success of the CGGS Community Choir in Terms 1 and 3, we are again inviting parents, caregivers, Grammarians, Staff and community members to join the Community Choir in Term 4.

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  12. From Saturday, 7 October 2017, the Transport Canberra Bus timetable will change.

    Changes to bus timetables – 21.9.17

    From Saturday, 7 October 2017, the Transport Canberra Bus timetable will change.

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  13. After several gruelling months of rehearsals, last week we finally performed Annie.

    Annie wraps after full-house performances – 21.9.17

    After several gruelling months of rehearsals, last week we finally performed Annie.

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  14. The wait is almost over! Next week, our Senior School Hall will come to life as we stage the much-loved Broadway show, Annie.

    Last chance for Annie tickets! – 8.9.17

    The wait is almost over! Next week, our Senior School Hall will come to life as we stage the much-loved Broadway show, Annie.

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  15. Last weekend, four teams from the Junior School participated in the 2017 regional finals of Tournament of Minds TOM). All teams performed superbly on the day and three teams were awarded Honours. They now proceed to the next level of the Tournament – the Territory Finals on Sunday, 17 September.

    Junior School qualifies for Tournament of Minds ACT Finals – 8.9.17

    Last weekend, four teams from the Junior School participated in the 2017 regional finals of Tournament of Minds TOM). All teams performed superbly on the day and three teams were awarded Honours. They now proceed to the next level of the Tournament – the Territory Finals on Sunday, 17 September.

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