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  1. Congratulations to our 2020 Year 12 graduates who have now all received their final results.

Our Dux for 2020 is Monique Jeacocke, who earned an ATAR of 99.90.

    Outstanding results earn top students scholarship opportunities22 January

    Congratulations to our 2020 Year 12 graduates who have now all received their final results. Our Dux for 2020 is Monique Jeacocke, who earned an ATAR of 99.90.

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  2. Congratulations to our Year 12 graduates who received their ATARs this morning.

    Year 12 outstanding achievements recognised16 December

    Congratulations to our Year 12 graduates who received their ATARs this morning.

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  3. It has been a hive of activity at Canberra Girls Grammar School this week. After a year that has been full of challenges, our community had the opportunity to celebrate the many highlights and achievements of 2020.

    Students rising above – a reason to celebrate4 December

    It has been a hive of activity at Canberra Girls Grammar School this week. After a year that has been full of challenges, our community had the opportunity to celebrate the many highlights and achievements of 2020.

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  4. Every year, as the culminating experience of the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme, the Year 6 students carry out an extended, collaborative inquiry known as The Exhibition.

    Understanding promotes empathy – Year 6 Exhibition4 December

    Every year, as the culminating experience of the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme, the Year 6 students carry out an extended, collaborative inquiry known as The Exhibition.

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  5. Congratulations to our Class of 2020 who officially graduated from Canberra Girls Grammar School yesterday, Thursday, 3 December 2020.

    Celebrating the Class of 20204 December

    Congratulations to our Class of 2020 who officially graduated from Canberra Girls Grammar School yesterday, Thursday, 3 December 2020.

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  6. It has been a big year for the Canberra Girls Grammar School students, Senior and Junior, and I am grateful for the support of so many associated with the school - your generosity, goodwill, commitment and energy are very much appreciated.

    From the Principal - Gratitude and the gift of the summer holidays4 December

    It has been a big year for the Canberra Girls Grammar School students, Senior and Junior, and I am grateful for the support of so many associated with the school - your generosity, goodwill, commitment and energy are very much appreciated.

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  7. This year, we happily celebrate the Gabriel Foundation’s 40th Anniversary. Founded in 1980, the Foundation has supported Canberra Girls Grammar School for four decades.

    The Gabriel Foundation’s 40th Anniversary4 December

    This year, we happily celebrate the Gabriel Foundation’s 40th Anniversary. Founded in 1980, the Foundation has supported Canberra Girls Grammar School for four decades.

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  8. Firstly, a big thank you to the students, parents and staff who have worked to keep many co-curricular sports, clubs and activities running throughout 2020.

    From the Deputy Principal4 December

    Firstly, a big thank you to the students, parents and staff who have worked to keep many co-curricular sports, clubs and activities running throughout 2020.

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  9. Earlier this year I promised the Junior School and ELC community information regarding the result of our five-year International Baccalaureate Evaluation. As this is the last Enews of the year, it is the perfect forum to communicate the essence of the report and to explain a little about the evaluation process.

    From the Head of Junior School4 December

    Earlier this year I promised the Junior School and ELC community information regarding the result of our five-year International Baccalaureate Evaluation. As this is the last Enews of the year, it is the perfect forum to communicate the essence of the report and to explain a little about the evaluation process.

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  10. While Australia’s official word of 2020 is ‘iso’, a beautifully Australian take on a challenging time, the words I have found myself using frequently this year are agile and kindness

    From the Head of Senior School4 December

    While Australia’s official word of 2020 is ‘iso’, a beautifully Australian take on a challenging time, the words I have found myself using frequently this year are agile and kindness

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  11. The National History Challenge run by the History Teachers’ Association (HTAA) is an Australia wide competition whereby 500 schools entered 8,000 students. The competition promotes students to be critical thinkers through an historical inquiry whilst promoting academic rigour.

    Students sweep awards in history challenge4 December

    The National History Challenge run by the History Teachers’ Association (HTAA) is an Australia wide competition whereby 500 schools entered 8,000 students. The competition promotes students to be critical thinkers through an historical inquiry whilst promoting academic rigour.

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  12. 2020 has seen our girls face many unforeseen challenges. Whilst we have been relatively fortunate in the ACT, it has nonetheless been a year where our students’ resilience has been tested and where they have had to learn to navigate uncertain times. They have done this with a sense of quiet determination, and the skills they have learnt this year will have a lifelong impact.

    Free parent seminar with Paul Dillon20 November

    2020 has seen our girls face many unforeseen challenges. Whilst we have been relatively fortunate in the ACT, it has nonetheless been a year where our students’ resilience has been tested and where they have had to learn to navigate uncertain times. They have done this with a sense of quiet determination, and the skills they have learnt this year will have a lifelong impact.

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  13. Having spent almost 14 years as a student of Canberra Girls Grammar School, Isabella Wah is delighted to have been elected as the School Captain for 2021.

    Introducing 2021 Senior Council and School Captain20 November

    Having spent almost 14 years as a student of Canberra Girls Grammar School, Isabella Wah is delighted to have been elected as the School Captain for 2021.

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  14. The Annual General Meeting of the Grammarians’ Association was held on Wednesday, 11 November. The meeting was attended by 17 Grammarians. The Committee voted to accept the new Grammarians’ Association Constitution and also appointed some new faces to the Committee.

    News from The Grammarians' Association 20 November

    The Annual General Meeting of the Grammarians’ Association was held on Wednesday, 11 November. The meeting was attended by 17 Grammarians. The Committee voted to accept the new Grammarians’ Association Constitution and also appointed some new faces to the Committee.

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  15. Emily Rae-Brinsden (Year 10) won the Highly Commended award for the Year 9-10 section at the ACT Association for the Teaching of English (ACTATE) LitLinks creative writing competition.

    Student Achievements20 November

    Emily Rae-Brinsden (Year 10) won the Highly Commended award for the Year 9-10 section at the ACT Association for the Teaching of English (ACTATE) LitLinks creative writing competition.

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