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  1. Back in February 2020, a new boat was purchased for our rowers. Usually, much ceremony surrounds the naming of a new boat, and while a year has passed and gatherings are still somewhat restricted, we finally had the opportunity to launch the new boat and reveal its name – Louise Kilby.

    Honouring our rowing legacy4 March

    Back in February 2020, a new boat was purchased for our rowers. Usually, much ceremony surrounds the naming of a new boat, and while a year has passed and gatherings are still somewhat restricted, we finally had the opportunity to launch the new boat and reveal its name – Louise Kilby.

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  2. Each year in the Senior School, our Captains come together in the Hall to present the Co-curricular Exposition, where students can learn about all the clubs and activities available in the Senior School.

    Embracing every opportunity at the Co-curricular Expo4 March

    Each year in the Senior School, our Captains come together in the Hall to present the Co-curricular Exposition, where students can learn about all the clubs and activities available in the Senior School.

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  3. Our Year 7 students travelled to Bournda National Park in Week 3 for their Friendship Camp – a valuable time during which many memories were made and friendships that will endure.

    Forging friendships and strong foundations4 March

    Our Year 7 students travelled to Bournda National Park in Week 3 for their Friendship Camp – a valuable time during which many memories were made and friendships that will endure.

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  4. Do we still need an International Women's Day?

Yes! There's no place for complacency.

    Do we still need an International Women's Day?4 March

    Do we still need an International Women's Day? Yes! There's no place for complacency.

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  5. 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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  6. You may not be aware that the Library is now open 8.00am to 6.00pm, Monday to Friday during the school term.

    Extended hours Library hours and afternoon tea on offer19 February

    You may not be aware that the Library is now open 8.00am to 6.00pm, Monday to Friday during the school term.

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  7. 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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  8. While many of us took the chance to rest and relax over the month of January, our rowers were out in force training for the best part of the month. With three major regattas already under their belts, these courageous young women are now preparing for Nationals and Head of the River.

    A new CGGS record for our rowers19 February

    While many of us took the chance to rest and relax over the month of January, our rowers were out in force training for the best part of the month. With three major regattas already under their belts, these courageous young women are now preparing for Nationals and Head of the River.

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  9. 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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  10. 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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  11. 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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  12. A warm welcome back to our Senior School students, staff and families.  I trust the holidays were a time of rest and recuperation, with girls now ready for the year ahead.

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

    A warm welcome back to our Senior School students, staff and families. I trust the holidays were a time of rest and recuperation, with girls now ready for the year ahead.

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  13. 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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  14. 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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  15. 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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