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  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. This week in our Reconciliation Week assembly, we heard from two exceptional speakers: Dr Eleanor Robin (a Grammarian, 1960); and Ms Leona Landers, who have worked tirelessly on furthering the reconciliation journey in Australia.

    Articulating or acting?4 June

    This week in our Reconciliation Week assembly, we heard from two exceptional speakers: Dr Eleanor Robin (a Grammarian, 1960); and Ms Leona Landers, who have worked tirelessly on furthering the reconciliation journey in Australia.

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  6. Students have had a very successful beginning to Term 2 in both their academic and co-curricular pursuits.

    Raising happy, healthy teenage girls21 May

    Students have had a very successful beginning to Term 2 in both their academic and co-curricular pursuits.

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  7. Each year, Year 7 students are set the goal of reading one million words as part of the Library’s Accelerated Reader program.

    Library happenings – Accelerated Reader Program21 May

    Each year, Year 7 students are set the goal of reading one million words as part of the Library’s Accelerated Reader program.

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  8. Last Friday evening, performers, directors, and 250 guests made their way to the CGGS Senior School Hall for the 2021 Bands Concert. The performance, focused entirely on band ensembles, was a production created to showcase all of the hard work and preparation of the talented members of the Music Academy.

    Blown away: Bands Concert21 May

    Last Friday evening, performers, directors, and 250 guests made their way to the CGGS Senior School Hall for the 2021 Bands Concert. The performance, focused entirely on band ensembles, was a production created to showcase all of the hard work and preparation of the talented members of the Music Academy.

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  9. As we move into the last few days of National Boarding Week, today, on National Boarding Staff Day, we celebrate the team of women who are entrusted to care for the young women living at CGGS.

    Celebrating our Boarding Staff21 May

    As we move into the last few days of National Boarding Week, today, on National Boarding Staff Day, we celebrate the team of women who are entrusted to care for the young women living at CGGS.

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  10. We are extremely proud and honoured to announce that Canberra Girls Grammar has been recognised as Excellence Awardees for two Australian Education Awards. Our Junior School has been recognised with an Excellence Award for Primary School of the Year – Non-government and our Strategic Design has been recognised with an Excellence Award for Best Strategic Plan by The Educator Australia. We are now in the running for the overall 2021 Australian Educator Awards in those two categories, the results of which will be known in August.

    CGGS is recognised globally and nationally in the week of Founder’s Day7 May

    We are extremely proud and honoured to announce that Canberra Girls Grammar has been recognised as Excellence Awardees for two Australian Education Awards. Our Junior School has been recognised with an Excellence Award for Primary School of the Year – Non-government and our Strategic Design has been recognised with an Excellence Award for Best Strategic Plan by The Educator Australia. We are now in the running for the overall 2021 Australian Educator Awards in those two categories, the results of which will be known in August.

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  11. During the Senior School Assembly on Tuesday, 4 May, Athletics and Cross Country medals and trophies were presented.

Of note, at the Athletics Carnival, Inemami Ajulo (Year 11) broke four records, including two which were set in 1978 by Bronwyn McDonald (1979). At the Assembly, we were delighted to welcome Bronwyn back to the School to present the age champions and record-breakers with their awards.

    Student Achievements7 May

    During the Senior School Assembly on Tuesday, 4 May, Athletics and Cross Country medals and trophies were presented. Of note, at the Athletics Carnival, Inemami Ajulo (Year 11) broke four records, including two which were set in 1978 by Bronwyn McDonald (1979). At the Assembly, we were delighted to welcome Bronwyn back to the School to present the age champions and record-breakers with their awards.

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  12. Recently, Year 11 students Bella Mun and Lauren Goldie represented Australia in the World Individual Debating and Public Speaking Championships (WIDPSC). Hosted virtual by Korea, the competition saw students from every continent except Antarctica competing in all of four categories; Debating, Persuasive or After Dinner Speaking, Impromptu Speaking, and Interpretative Reading.

    Competing against the world7 May

    Recently, Year 11 students Bella Mun and Lauren Goldie represented Australia in the World Individual Debating and Public Speaking Championships (WIDPSC). Hosted virtual by Korea, the competition saw students from every continent except Antarctica competing in all of four categories; Debating, Persuasive or After Dinner Speaking, Impromptu Speaking, and Interpretative Reading.

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  13. Last week we celebrated the 40th Anniversary of the Gabriel Foundation, an organisation that plays an important role in the School.  This anniversary coincides with another significant day in our School’s history, Founders’ Day.

    A Grammarian’s perspective on Founders’ Day7 May

    Last week we celebrated the 40th Anniversary of the Gabriel Foundation, an organisation that plays an important role in the School. This anniversary coincides with another significant day in our School’s history, Founders’ Day.

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  14. This week the Senior School students, staff and special guests gathered for a commemorative Anzac Day Assembly in the lead up to 25 April, a significant day in Australia’s military history.

    Commemorating Anzac Day23 April

    This week the Senior School students, staff and special guests gathered for a commemorative Anzac Day Assembly in the lead up to 25 April, a significant day in Australia’s military history.

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  15. With over 30 nationalities represented in our student body, we have young people from across the world come together for a united purpose:  to learn, to improve their own situation, and to ultimately go forward into the world and improve the situation of others through their work.

    A new term presents new opportunities22 April

    With over 30 nationalities represented in our student body, we have young people from across the world come together for a united purpose: to learn, to improve their own situation, and to ultimately go forward into the world and improve the situation of others through their work.

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