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  1. At the end of Term 2, the Heart Foundation visited our Junior School campus for our Jump Rope for Heart, in memory of our beloved Chaplain, the late Reverend Dr David Willsher, who passed away last year from a heart attack.

    Student Achievements31 July

    At the end of Term 2, the Heart Foundation visited our Junior School campus for our Jump Rope for Heart, in memory of our beloved Chaplain, the late Reverend Dr David Willsher, who passed away last year from a heart attack.

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  2. Term 2 saw the commencement of the CGGS Virtual House Challenge in the Senior School.

There is now less than two weeks to go before the winning House is announced with two more challenges and opportunities for students to earn points.

    Virtual House Challenge – the pressure is on!31 July

    Term 2 saw the commencement of the CGGS Virtual House Challenge in the Senior School. There is now less than two weeks to go before the winning House is announced with two more challenges and opportunities for students to earn points.

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  3. In 2019, the late Reverend Dr David Willsher introduced the idea of installing a ‘wormhole’ to help create a sense of unity across our geographically separate campuses.

    Welcome to the wormhole31 July

    In 2019, the late Reverend Dr David Willsher introduced the idea of installing a ‘wormhole’ to help create a sense of unity across our geographically separate campuses.

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  4. Following the interview some of our students conducted with The Governor-General, His Excellency General the Honourable David Hurley and Her Excellency Mrs Linda Hurley, we were delighted to receive a note of thanks from Mrs Hurley, accompanied by a book titled, Playing their part: Vice-Regal Consorts of New South Wales 1788-2019.

    A note of thanks from Her Excellency31 July

    Following the interview some of our students conducted with The Governor-General, His Excellency General the Honourable David Hurley and Her Excellency Mrs Linda Hurley, we were delighted to receive a note of thanks from Mrs Hurley, accompanied by a book titled, Playing their part: Vice-Regal Consorts of New South Wales 1788-2019.

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  5. It was Sunday morning around 11.00am, we were riding our bikes up a steep and windy track towards the top of mount Majura. For what seemed like the 50th time that day, I once again got off my bike and walked around a sharp and rocky bend in the track.

    Back on the bike: Obstacles bring their own rewards31 July

    It was Sunday morning around 11.00am, we were riding our bikes up a steep and windy track towards the top of mount Majura. For what seemed like the 50th time that day, I once again got off my bike and walked around a sharp and rocky bend in the track. "Have I bitten off more than I can chew?" I thought to myself.

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  6. ‘Uncertainty; business confidence; second waves; national economic recovery; fear; the other side of the pandemic’ – the language and terms of the media cycle and discussions these days are still so foreign to our traditional experience of life, travel and personal wellbeing.

    Compassion should never be far31 July

    ‘Uncertainty; business confidence; second waves; national economic recovery; fear; the other side of the pandemic’ – the language and terms of the media cycle and discussions these days are still so foreign to our traditional experience of life, travel and personal wellbeing.

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  7. Last year I reflected on the role of the Humanities in Primary and Secondary education in my eNews article The more things change, the more they stay the same.

    Studying Humanities to prepare for the future31 July

    Last year I reflected on the role of the Humanities in Primary and Secondary education in my eNews article The more things change, the more they stay the same.

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  8. Cycling around the Canberra region over the weekend made me realise how beautiful the winter colours are, particularly the sky.

    From the Principal - Beyond our imagination19 June

    Cycling around the Canberra region over the weekend made me realise how beautiful the winter colours are, particularly the sky.

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  9. There is only one week left to apply for scholarships and bursaries.

    2022 scholarships and bursaries closing soon18 June

    There is only one week left to apply for scholarships and bursaries.

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  10. Students and staff in the Music Academy continue to discover innovative ways to create entertaining performances for our community to enjoy.

    Rock This Town – Adelaide Avenue Jazz Band18 June

    Students and staff in the Music Academy continue to discover innovative ways to create entertaining performances for our community to enjoy.

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  11. Prep F are currently inquiring into How We Express Ourselves and looking at the different ways people express their ideas and feelings.

    Prep F express themselves with Beethoven18 June

    Prep F are currently inquiring into How We Express Ourselves and looking at the different ways people express their ideas and feelings.

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  12. In order to assist Year 8 students with their subject selections for 2021, a Languages Immersion Day was held earlier this month.

    Year 8 Languages immersion experience18 June

    In order to assist Year 8 students with their subject selections for 2021, a Languages Immersion Day was held earlier this month.

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  13. Living and leading through a pandemic has taught me a few valuable lessons. To start with, I had to come to terms with the fact that it is not a definable concrete and sequential challenge. The pandemic is rolling over us, with ebbs and flows, fits and starts, new challenges and challenge fatigue.

    From the Principal - Life is full of complex situations4 June

    Living and leading through a pandemic has taught me a few valuable lessons. To start with, I had to come to terms with the fact that it is not a definable concrete and sequential challenge. The pandemic is rolling over us, with ebbs and flows, fits and starts, new challenges and challenge fatigue.

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  14. Social isolation has made catching up with your friends pretty hard, so the CGGS Parents and Friends Association (P&F) have your next dinner party covered.

    Who wants to win a Zoom dinner?4 June

    Social isolation has made catching up with your friends pretty hard, so the CGGS Parents and Friends Association (P&F) have your next dinner party covered.

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  15. We will virtually open the doors to our award-winning Early Learning Centre (ELC) on Saturday, 20 June at 9.30am. This experience will give ‘visitors’ the opportunity to gain an insight into what a typical day at the ELC looks like for children aged three to five.

    ELC Virtual Open Day4 June

    We will virtually open the doors to our award-winning Early Learning Centre (ELC) on Saturday, 20 June at 9.30am. This experience will give ‘visitors’ the opportunity to gain an insight into what a typical day at the ELC looks like for children aged three to five.

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