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  1. We are currently finalising our student enrolments for next year and we are delighted to be welcoming a significant number of new families to our school.

    A friendly reminder from our Admissions Office12 September

    We are currently finalising our student enrolments for next year and we are delighted to be welcoming a significant number of new families to our school.

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  2. Congratulations to our Junior School basketballers who represented CGGS in the ACT finals of the Sue Geh Cup. The Year 5-6 girls had an amazing day, winning the semi-final by a point in overtime, before going on to win the grand final. Macy Strickland played particularly well, making two foul shots on the buzzer for an exciting end to the Championship.

    Student Achievements12 September

    Congratulations to our Junior School basketballers who represented CGGS in the ACT finals of the Sue Geh Cup. The Year 5-6 girls had an amazing day, winning the semi-final by a point in overtime, before going on to win the grand final. Macy Strickland played particularly well, making two foul shots on the buzzer for an exciting end to the Championship.

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  3. Competing in a round with over 2,000 scholars (from more than 30 countries), there’s no doubt our recent adventure in the realm of World Scholar’s Cup (WSC) has been a daunting one.

    World Scholars are heading to Yale12 September

    Competing in a round with over 2,000 scholars (from more than 30 countries), there’s no doubt our recent adventure in the realm of World Scholar’s Cup (WSC) has been a daunting one.

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  4. As members of a global community, we are increasingly connected to the world through our cultural, economic, political, social and travel networks.   Our students regularly engage in a global curriculum across many platforms at CGGS and the recent International Universities Evening was opportunity to extend their learning, build connections and explore the options for undergraduate study overseas.

    Bringing the world to Canberra12 September

    As members of a global community, we are increasingly connected to the world through our cultural, economic, political, social and travel networks. Our students regularly engage in a global curriculum across many platforms at CGGS and the recent International Universities Evening was opportunity to extend their learning, build connections and explore the options for undergraduate study overseas.

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  5. Last week we turned our attention to, and celebrated, Languages Week. Language and the study of languages is a rich experience, as we also study the culture associated with a language. The ancient and modern languages of the world do not just reflect the culture of its speakers, languages have a sometimes curious effect on how we think about and perceive the world. By creating associations with words, speakers of different languages ultimately have a different experiences or perceptions of the same reality.

    From the Principal - The languages we speak affect the way we think and act12 September

    Last week we turned our attention to, and celebrated, Languages Week. Language and the study of languages is a rich experience, as we also study the culture associated with a language. The ancient and modern languages of the world do not just reflect the culture of its speakers, languages have a sometimes curious effect on how we think about and perceive the world. By creating associations with words, speakers of different languages ultimately have a different experiences or perceptions of the same reality.

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  6. CGGS has just celebrated Languages Week and there has never been a better time to show everyone just how much our global citizens are thriving in Languages. So, voilà! We present to you the diversity of opportunities in Languages at CGGS! And if you can’t wait to start planning for your next adventure in languages, read on to find out about our tours, excursions and exchanges.

    Developing global citizens through Languages5 September

    CGGS has just celebrated Languages Week and there has never been a better time to show everyone just how much our global citizens are thriving in Languages. So, voilà! We present to you the diversity of opportunities in Languages at CGGS! And if you can’t wait to start planning for your next adventure in languages, read on to find out about our tours, excursions and exchanges.

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  7. It continues to be busy in the Science and Technology Faculty, not only during the recent 2019 National Science Week, but also across a broad range of activities and opportunities within the last six months.  The teachers within the Science and Technology Faculty all believe that if students can see it, then they can be it.

    For the love of Science!29 August

    It continues to be busy in the Science and Technology Faculty, not only during the recent 2019 National Science Week, but also across a broad range of activities and opportunities within the last six months. The teachers within the Science and Technology Faculty all believe that if students can see it, then they can be it.

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  8. Hayley Ricks (Year 7) performed at the City of Orange Eisteddfod and was names the 13 Years and Over Most Promising Ballet Dancer. She also achieved the following results...

    Student Achievements28 August

    Hayley Ricks (Year 7) performed at the City of Orange Eisteddfod and was names the 13 Years and Over Most Promising Ballet Dancer. She also achieved the following results...

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  9. Four-time Paralympian, silver medal-winning dad of Anna and Emma Croker (both Year 10), Garry Croker was our special guest speaker at the recent Year 6 Father Daughter Dinner. In his address, Garry shared his experiences through milestones in Emma and Anna’s school journey – particularly the transition into Year 7.

    Peter Milligan - on being a Dad28 August

    Four-time Paralympian, silver medal-winning dad of Anna and Emma Croker (both Year 10), Garry Croker was our special guest speaker at the recent Year 6 Father Daughter Dinner. In his address, Garry shared his experiences through milestones in Emma and Anna’s school journey – particularly the transition into Year 7.

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  10. Inclusion and being aware that our children notice ‘everything’ were the two central themes of the well-attended event held on Thursday, 22 August.

    Emily Safe Schools Breakfast28 August

    Inclusion and being aware that our children notice ‘everything’ were the two central themes of the well-attended event held on Thursday, 22 August.

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  11. The service and sacrifice of our military members and their families have come under the spotlight in recent weeks, with two annual events being commemorated in early August. The first of these was a commemorative ceremony at the Australian War Memorial followed by a dinner held at Australian Parliament House to honour women and families united by Defence service.

    Supporting our Defence families28 August

    The service and sacrifice of our military members and their families have come under the spotlight in recent weeks, with two annual events being commemorated in early August. The first of these was a commemorative ceremony at the Australian War Memorial followed by a dinner held at Australian Parliament House to honour women and families united by Defence service.

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  12. We take our position in the community very seriously, and understand our responsibility to serve the families of the region by offering the highest educational opportunities to young women of great potential and special ability.

    Gabriel Foundation - Advancing educational opportunities28 August

    We take our position in the community very seriously, and understand our responsibility to serve the families of the region by offering the highest educational opportunities to young women of great potential and special ability.

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  13. Science Week is not for everybody, but for some students it is the first glimmer or insight into what may ultimately become their lifelong passion.

    From the Principal - Prickly pears28 August

    Science Week is not for everybody, but for some students it is the first glimmer or insight into what may ultimately become their lifelong passion.

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  14. The anticipation had been building during the bus ride as the scenery got wilder and the mountains taller.  Finally, after bumping our way down a rutted dirt track, we reached the starting point for the trip, a little bush campground near Blue Waterholes in the northern part of Kosciuszko National Park. From here it would biking and hiking through the mountains. The first few minutes of the ride gave us no indication of what lay ahead for the trip.

    A ride on the wild side16 August

    The anticipation had been building during the bus ride as the scenery got wilder and the mountains taller. Finally, after bumping our way down a rutted dirt track, we reached the starting point for the trip, a little bush campground near Blue Waterholes in the northern part of Kosciuszko National Park. From here it would biking and hiking through the mountains. The first few minutes of the ride gave us no indication of what lay ahead for the trip.

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  15. Each year, students and teachers across our campuses look forward to Book Week – an opportunity for us all to celebrate books and Australian authors and illustrators. This year’s theme is ‘Reading is My Secret Power’ which our Junior School students have embraced with an eye-catching display in their Library.

    Celebrating books every week in our Libraries16 August

    Each year, students and teachers across our campuses look forward to Book Week – an opportunity for us all to celebrate books and Australian authors and illustrators. This year’s theme is ‘Reading is My Secret Power’ which our Junior School students have embraced with an eye-catching display in their Library.

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