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  1. It has now been a week since the launch of the new Agora and uptake of the new platform has been steady.

    Agora – have you logged in yet? – 12.4.19

    It has now been a week since the launch of the new Agora and uptake of the new platform has been steady.

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  2. This week we opened ticket sales for the CGGS production of Wicked – click here to take advantage of early bird rates now!

    Wicked! – 29.3.19

    This week we opened ticket sales for the CGGS production of Wicked – click here to take advantage of early bird rates now!

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  3. In the days following the attacks in Christchurch, members of our Senior Council wanted to show their support to the victims and members of the community affected by the terror.

    Service Captain calls for kindness – 21.3.19

    In the days following the attacks in Christchurch, members of our Senior Council wanted to show their support to the victims and members of the community affected by the terror.

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  4. For the students in our care, the introduction of bans, restrictions, constraints and rules are a double-edged sword. It gives them boundaries, certainty, ritual and traditions, teaches them how to live in a community and at times, offers up a great source of irritation that children and adolescents rage against passionately.

    From the Principal - flipping the phone conversation – 1.3.19

    For the students in our care, the introduction of bans, restrictions, constraints and rules are a double-edged sword. It gives them boundaries, certainty, ritual and traditions, teaches them how to live in a community and at times, offers up a great source of irritation that children and adolescents rage against passionately.

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  5. This week, as I walked around the Senior School during lunchtimes, or earlier in the day in the Junior School, and watched so many students sitting, playing and interacting, I reflected on the purpose of social time in the school day. Unstructured activity, outside, with multiple year groups, playing music, sharing stories and experiences, and in some instances their lunch. This is a great school with an extraordinary story and a proud past.

    From the Principal - reflection – 15.2.19

    This week, as I walked around the Senior School during lunchtimes, or earlier in the day in the Junior School, and watched so many students sitting, playing and interacting, I reflected on the purpose of social time in the school day. Unstructured activity, outside, with multiple year groups, playing music, sharing stories and experiences, and in some instances their lunch. This is a great school with an extraordinary story and a proud past.

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  6. We are aware that a number of our community members received parking fines on the day of the Fete and as a result, we have been in ongoing discussions with the ACT Government about this issue.

    Fete parking fines – 30.11.18

    We are aware that a number of our community members received parking fines on the day of the Fete and as a result, we have been in ongoing discussions with the ACT Government about this issue.

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  7. During Semester 2, the Year 9 and Year 10 Independent Learning Program (ILP) cohorts have been bursting at the seams with inventive ideas, visions, and creations.

    Independent Learning Program - showcase and links – 30.11.18

    During Semester 2, the Year 9 and Year 10 Independent Learning Program (ILP) cohorts have been bursting at the seams with inventive ideas, visions, and creations.

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  8. The Canberra Girls Grammar School community came together last Saturday to demonstrate the energetic and vibrant school we are so fortunate to be a part of - even the weather played its part!

    Thank you from the P&F Fete Committee – 1.11.18

    The Canberra Girls Grammar School community came together last Saturday to demonstrate the energetic and vibrant school we are so fortunate to be a part of - even the weather played its part!

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  9. Nominations for the Canberra Girls Grammar School Parents and Friends (P&F) Association Staff Awards are now open with nominations being accepted until 5.00pm on Monday, 19 November 2018.

    P&F Association Staff Awards – now open – 1.11.18

    Nominations for the Canberra Girls Grammar School Parents and Friends (P&F) Association Staff Awards are now open with nominations being accepted until 5.00pm on Monday, 19 November 2018.

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  10. Throughout Term 3, as part of the Girls with Grit program, the Year 5 girls took part in The Heart Foundation’s Jump Rope for Heart program.

    Girls with Grit conquer Jump Rope for Heart – 18.10.18

    Throughout Term 3, as part of the Girls with Grit program, the Year 5 girls took part in The Heart Foundation’s Jump Rope for Heart program.

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  11. The Canberra Girls Grammar School Fete is on again and in true Fete tradition the Parents and Friends Committee enlisted the artistic talents of the Junior School students to help design the 2018 poster.  The students really embraced the theme of the Fete this year – our motto, ‘To the young anything is possible’ with over 140 posters from students in Prep to Year 6 submitted.

    Winning Fête poster revealed – 7.9.18

    The Canberra Girls Grammar School Fete is on again and in true Fete tradition the Parents and Friends Committee enlisted the artistic talents of the Junior School students to help design the 2018 poster. The students really embraced the theme of the Fete this year – our motto, ‘To the young anything is possible’ with over 140 posters from students in Prep to Year 6 submitted.

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  12. The afternoon of Sunday, 26 August saw wonderful music making, with the voices of all the CGGS Choirs led by the incredibly talented Greta Claringbould (Head of Choirs) and aided by our wonderful Music Faculty staff.

    Friends of Music ‘refresh’ 250 voices and a full house audience – 7.9.18

    The afternoon of Sunday, 26 August saw wonderful music making, with the voices of all the CGGS Choirs led by the incredibly talented Greta Claringbould (Head of Choirs) and aided by our wonderful Music Faculty staff.

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  13. Share the Dignity is an amazing charity that provides sanitary items to menstruating women around Australia.

Without these products, many women have to use makeshift pads from items such as newspapers, tissues, etc.

    Share the Dignity drive – 7.9.18

    Share the Dignity is an amazing charity that provides sanitary items to menstruating women around Australia. Without these products, many women have to use makeshift pads from items such as newspapers, tissues, etc.

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  14. The past few weeks in Science and Technology have been full of excursions, guest speakers, projects and symposiums. It has been a wonderful celebration of science, technology and STEM across the year groups.

    National Science Week 2018 – 7.9.18

    The past few weeks in Science and Technology have been full of excursions, guest speakers, projects and symposiums. It has been a wonderful celebration of science, technology and STEM across the year groups.

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  15. Parenting workshops on offer – 24.8.18

    The Association of Parents and Friends of ACT Schools (APFACTS) invites parents to attend the following information sessions...

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