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  1. For the past six years, Canberra Girls Grammar School has taken out the ‘Largest School Team’ award at the Canberra Mother’s Day Classic. This year, our intrepid Year 6 students – Girls who Lead - will be leading the charge to win the title again as they ALL participate.

    Year 6 take the lead for Mother’s Day Classic19 February

    For the past six years, Canberra Girls Grammar School has taken out the ‘Largest School Team’ award at the Canberra Mother’s Day Classic. This year, our intrepid Year 6 students – Girls who Lead - will be leading the charge to win the title again as they ALL participate.

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  2. Neva Thomas (Year 2) has published her first story book ‘The Mouse and the Squirrel’.

    Student achievements19 February

    Neva Thomas (Year 2) has published her first story book ‘The Mouse and the Squirrel’.

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  3. It has been a long time between live performances for our wonderful young musicians at Canberra Girls Grammar School.  We pivoted and adapted to the many challenges placed before us in 2020 and ensured that every student remained connected and motivated to continue their musical journeys.

    Reconnecting through music in 202119 February

    It has been a long time between live performances for our wonderful young musicians at Canberra Girls Grammar School. We pivoted and adapted to the many challenges placed before us in 2020 and ensured that every student remained connected and motivated to continue their musical journeys.

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  4. The start of a new school year brings with it a spirit of hope and optimism. Of course, a new school year brings with it new shoes, uniforms, lunchboxes, and books, but more importantly however, a new school year delivers an air of endless opportunities and limitless possibilities.

    Popular event brings Junior School community together19 February

    The start of a new school year brings with it a spirit of hope and optimism. Of course, a new school year brings with it new shoes, uniforms, lunchboxes, and books, but more importantly however, a new school year delivers an air of endless opportunities and limitless possibilities.

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  5. Each year, the teachers of CGGS come together before and after the students start and finish the school year to undertake professional learning.  To maintain a modern approach to pedagogy, we invest in continual development and to begin the 2021 school year, hosted a Staff Conference Day as part of the professional learning week.

    From the Deputy Principals – 2021 Staff Conference Day19 February

    Each year, the teachers of CGGS come together before and after the students start and finish the school year to undertake professional learning. To maintain a modern approach to pedagogy, we invest in continual development and to begin the 2021 school year, hosted a Staff Conference Day as part of the professional learning week.

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  6. In order to allow you greater flexibility, from 8 February 2021 the School Shop will allow you to order and pay for uniform items online.

    School Shop online ordering5 February

    In order to allow you greater flexibility, from 8 February 2021 the School Shop will allow you to order and pay for uniform items online.

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  7. In Term 4 last year, we introduced you to our 2021 Senior Council, led by School Captain, Isabella Wah. These young women epitomise the aspirational view of life that so many of our students bring to the diversity of activities at Canberra Girls Grammar.

    Our 2021 Student Leaders5 February

    In Term 4 last year, we introduced you to our 2021 Senior Council, led by School Captain, Isabella Wah. These young women epitomise the aspirational view of life that so many of our students bring to the diversity of activities at Canberra Girls Grammar.

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  8. Prior to the start of the 2020 school year our Principal, Mrs Anna Owen, set the school Executive team the task of reading Jim Collins’ and Morten T. Hansen’s latest book, Great by Choice, and reflecting on the findings of the authors and their research team in the context of our areas of responsibility at Canberra Girls Grammar.

    From the Deputy Principal (Head of Junior School)5 February

    Prior to the start of the 2020 school year our Principal, Mrs Anna Owen, set the school Executive team the task of reading Jim Collins’ and Morten T. Hansen’s latest book, Great by Choice, and reflecting on the findings of the authors and their research team in the context of our areas of responsibility at Canberra Girls Grammar.

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  9. A new year brings new dreams, and for 2021 we are borrowing the tagline from the ABC, ‘dream with your eyes open’ in our approach to our co-curricular program. We are optimistic about offering all our usual sports and activities plus some new additions.

    From the Deputy Principal5 February

    A new year brings new dreams, and for 2021 we are borrowing the tagline from the ABC, ‘dream with your eyes open’ in our approach to our co-curricular program. We are optimistic about offering all our usual sports and activities plus some new additions.

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  10. 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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  11. 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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  12. 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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  13. 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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  14. 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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  15. When you think of rugby union, you think of the varied set of skills and agility needed, physical fitness, a team environment, stronger relationships formed between peers, the ability to work together and communicate as a team, leadership skills and the utter heartbreak of being a Wallabies supporter in the Bledisloe Cup.

    Learning life skills on the rugby field20 November

    When you think of rugby union, you think of the varied set of skills and agility needed, physical fitness, a team environment, stronger relationships formed between peers, the ability to work together and communicate as a team, leadership skills and the utter heartbreak of being a Wallabies supporter in the Bledisloe Cup.

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