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  1. Our talented students continue to thrive inside and outside of the classroom.

    Student Achievements17 September

    Our talented students continue to thrive inside and outside of the classroom.

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  2. With national parks closed, sports training cancelled and a whole bunch of other activities put indefinitely on hold, you’d be forgiven for thinking that the school’s Duke of Edinburgh’s Award program was also in hibernation.

    Where there's a will, there's a way16 September

    With national parks closed, sports training cancelled and a whole bunch of other activities put indefinitely on hold, you’d be forgiven for thinking that the school’s Duke of Edinburgh’s Award program was also in hibernation.

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  3. Feeling zoomed out? Lockdown affecting your mood and making you sluggish? Finding it hard to exercise alone? Let's exercise together, CGGS!

    Co-curricular update16 September

    Feeling zoomed out? Lockdown affecting your mood and making you sluggish? Finding it hard to exercise alone? Let's exercise together, CGGS!

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  4. What is the collective noun for a group of chocolate chips?

    A community of chocolate chips16 September

    What is the collective noun for a group of chocolate chips?

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  5. This term has been like a rollercoaster; we started with the joys of being together on campus, still on a high from the inaugural House Sing celebrated on the final day of Term 2.

    Beyond the darkness, shines gold16 September

    This term has been like a rollercoaster; we started with the joys of being together on campus, still on a high from the inaugural House Sing celebrated on the final day of Term 2.

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  6. In the last eNews, I wrote about the need to ensure our children’s basic needs are met and that their wellbeing is attended to before meaningful learning can happen – before we Bloom we must Maslow. This week I am building on the foundations laid in my previous article by exploring the importance of finding meaning and cultivating wonder.

    Wonder and meaning16 September

    In the last eNews, I wrote about the need to ensure our children’s basic needs are met and that their wellbeing is attended to before meaningful learning can happen – before we Bloom we must Maslow. This week I am building on the foundations laid in my previous article by exploring the importance of finding meaning and cultivating wonder.

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  7. The Principal Mrs Anna Owen reminds our students, staff and families to take a well-earned break these school holidays.

    From the Principal - The end of term16 September

    The Principal Mrs Anna Owen reminds our students, staff and families to take a well-earned break these school holidays.

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  8. The Principal Mrs Owen announces the departure of School Chaplain Reverend Jenny Willsher.

    From the Principal - Thank you and farewell Reverend Jenny Willsher3 September

    The Principal Mrs Owen announces the departure of School Chaplain Reverend Jenny Willsher.

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  9. We warmly welcome Father Christopher Lewis as the School’s new Chaplain. He will join CGGS at the start of Term 4.

    CGGS welcomes new Chaplain3 September

    We warmly welcome Father Christopher Lewis as the School’s new Chaplain. He will join CGGS at the start of Term 4.

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  10. Dr Renae Domaschenz gives an update on co-curricular activity from Tokyo, where she has been competing with the Australian Paralympic team.

    Co-curricular update3 September

    Dr Renae Domaschenz gives an update on co-curricular activity from Tokyo, where she has been competing with the Australian Paralympic team.

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  11. 23-27 August was The Children's Book Council of Australia (CBCA) Book Week, and to celebrate we hosted several virtual initiatives that our staff and students participated in. They included a Harry Potter virtual escape room, book spine poetry and a day of dress ups at the Senior School.

    Virtual Book Week at CGGS3 September

    23-27 August was The Children's Book Council of Australia (CBCA) Book Week, and to celebrate we hosted several virtual initiatives that our staff and students participated in. They included a Harry Potter virtual escape room, book spine poetry and a day of dress ups at the Senior School.

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  12. Last week, Defence School Mentor, Belinda Gordon, sent a link to Defence Families for a Kids in the Kitchen cooking afternoon with Australian celebrity chef Donna Hay.

    CGGS Cooking with Donna Hay3 September

    Last week, Defence School Mentor, Belinda Gordon, sent a link to Defence Families for a Kids in the Kitchen cooking afternoon with Australian celebrity chef Donna Hay.

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  13. Deputy Principal and Head of Senior School Ms Jorritsma talks about Book Week, and how losing oneself in a book is one of life’s most simple and decadent pleasures.

    Old worlds, new worlds, other worlds2 September

    Deputy Principal and Head of Senior School Ms Jorritsma talks about Book Week, and how losing oneself in a book is one of life’s most simple and decadent pleasures.

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  14. Our talented students continue to thrive inside and outside of the classroom. This past fortnight, one student was selected for a representative debating team, two attended a STEM event by invitation, and one student impressed with her submission in the 2021 Coutts Cup Creative Writing competition for Book Week.

    Student Achievements2 September

    Our talented students continue to thrive inside and outside of the classroom. This past fortnight, one student was selected for a representative debating team, two attended a STEM event by invitation, and one student impressed with her submission in the 2021 Coutts Cup Creative Writing competition for Book Week.

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  15. Executive Director of Operations Ms Papas speaks on the concept of ‘virtue’ and how ‘good character’ can translate into strong leadership behaviours and outcomes.

    The eighth heavenly virtue2 September

    Executive Director of Operations Ms Papas speaks on the concept of ‘virtue’ and how ‘good character’ can translate into strong leadership behaviours and outcomes.

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