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  1. Everyone has a right to experience and be uplifted by the transformative power of education.

    Giving to CGGS Scholarships18 June

    Everyone has a right to experience and be uplifted by the transformative power of education.

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  2. It has been a couple of big weeks for members of our Dance Company as they prepare for their first performance this evening. The Winter Concert has officially sold out, however, you can still register to watch the concert via livestream.

    Dance Company in full flight18 June

    It has been a couple of big weeks for members of our Dance Company as they prepare for their first performance this evening. The Winter Concert has officially sold out, however, you can still register to watch the concert via livestream.

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  3. I recently read an article by Geek Girl author Holly Smale, who was diagnosed with autism at age 39. Smale, a bestselling children’s author and public speaker with an MA in Shakespeare, wrote about her journey. She suggested that the very late diagnosis of autism was the result of her cleverness and her gender which threw everybody ‘off the scent’.

    Valuing the rich tapestry of life afforded us through our diversity18 June

    I recently read an article by Geek Girl author Holly Smale, who was diagnosed with autism at age 39. Smale, a bestselling children’s author and public speaker with an MA in Shakespeare, wrote about her journey. She suggested that the very late diagnosis of autism was the result of her cleverness and her gender which threw everybody ‘off the scent’.

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  4. During School assemblies next week, we will pause and reflect on the semester. We will discuss goal setting, achievements and regrets, and an articulation of the many paths we take towards success and fulfilment.

    From the Principal - Can you imagine the perfect semester?18 June

    During School assemblies next week, we will pause and reflect on the semester. We will discuss goal setting, achievements and regrets, and an articulation of the many paths we take towards success and fulfilment.

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  5. One of the great joys of a school like ours is the well-established and significant House system.

    Welcome to the ‘sisterhood’18 June

    One of the great joys of a school like ours is the well-established and significant House system.

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  6. We are certainly living a full life at CGGS. From academic extension activities such as da Vinci Decathlons or Legislative Assembly debating; to physical challenges such as the ACT Cross Country Championships or our inaugural Dance Academy concert; be it a choral recital or pop performance, an exeat weekend, a soccer match, or the Pre-Prep student-led conference; it is fair to say CGGS students across the School have packed a lot into Term 2.

    Work hard, play hard, then take time to rest18 June

    We are certainly living a full life at CGGS. From academic extension activities such as da Vinci Decathlons or Legislative Assembly debating; to physical challenges such as the ACT Cross Country Championships or our inaugural Dance Academy concert; be it a choral recital or pop performance, an exeat weekend, a soccer match, or the Pre-Prep student-led conference; it is fair to say CGGS students across the School have packed a lot into Term 2.

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  7. On 10 June, three participants of the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award program, Serina Guo (Year 10), Amy Miners (Year 11), and I were privileged to attend the thanksgiving service for the late Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, at Government House.

    Celebrating Prince Philip’s contributions18 June

    On 10 June, three participants of the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award program, Serina Guo (Year 10), Amy Miners (Year 11), and I were privileged to attend the thanksgiving service for the late Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, at Government House.

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  8. Canberra put on a stunning winter’s day for the Defence Families Picnic on Sunday, 6 June with the lake front at Yhuuramulum providing the perfect picnic setting.

    Defence families winter picnic18 June

    Canberra put on a stunning winter’s day for the Defence Families Picnic on Sunday, 6 June with the lake front at Yhuuramulum providing the perfect picnic setting.

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  9. During the course of Term 2, students of Exercise Science have been studying Functional Anatomy & Physiology.

    Seniors experience UC's Anatomy & Physiology laboratory18 June

    During the course of Term 2, students of Exercise Science have been studying Functional Anatomy & Physiology.

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  10. Neva Thomas (Year 2) won the ACT Junior Chess League 2021 Primary School Allegro (Category: Year 2 Girl) on Sunday, 6 June 2021. Congratulations Neva!

    Student Achievements18 June

    Neva Thomas (Year 2) won the ACT Junior Chess League 2021 Primary School Allegro (Category: Year 2 Girl) on Sunday, 6 June 2021. Congratulations Neva!

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  11. Further to last fortnight’s announcement about the School Shop being open during the July holidays on Monday, 19 July 8.15am to 4.00pm, we are happy to let you know the Shop is also open this Saturday, 19 June from 9.00am-1.00pm.

    Additional School Shop holiday hours18 June

    Further to last fortnight’s announcement about the School Shop being open during the July holidays on Monday, 19 July 8.15am to 4.00pm, we are happy to let you know the Shop is also open this Saturday, 19 June from 9.00am-1.00pm.

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  12. We are changing things up this week and sharing some wonderful news about our very own School Chaplain.

    Staff Achievements4 June

    We are changing things up this week and sharing some wonderful news about our very own School Chaplain.

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  13. On a crisp, late-autumn evening, all the CGGS orchestras came together for an evening of wonderful music at the annual Orchestras Concert.

    Orchestras Concert4 June

    On a crisp, late-autumn evening, all the CGGS orchestras came together for an evening of wonderful music at the annual Orchestras Concert.

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  14. Elsa Guile (Year 9) is a young musician with plenty of promise and drive.

    A world of opportunities through scholarships4 June

    Elsa Guile (Year 9) is a young musician with plenty of promise and drive.

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  15. Congratulations to Elise Wyatt (6C), the winner of the Year 6 Rostrum Grand Final at the Junior School.

    Grand Final of Junior School Rostrum public speaking competition4 June

    Congratulations to Elise Wyatt (6C), the winner of the Year 6 Rostrum Grand Final at the Junior School.

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