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  1. Congratulations to Julia De Angelis (Year 10), Emma Harris and  Rhiannon Llewellyn (Year 11), and Junior School students Annabel Mulcahy, Isabella Wah, Cassandra Linares and Alexandra Peters.

    Student achievements this week of 3 May3 May

    Congratulations to Julia De Angelis (Year 10), Emma Harris and Rhiannon Llewellyn (Year 11), and Junior School students Annabel Mulcahy, Isabella Wah, Cassandra Linares and Alexandra Peters.

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  2. Three CGGS Year 12 students have been selected to represent Australia in the Australian Junior Rowing team and compete at the World Junior Rowing Championships, which will be held in Trakai, Lithuania from 7 to 11 August.

    Rowing success 3 May

    Three CGGS Year 12 students have been selected to represent Australia in the Australian Junior Rowing team and compete at the World Junior Rowing Championships, which will be held in Trakai, Lithuania from 7 to 11 August.

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  3. The Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation has announced that Philippa Hetherington (2001), has been named  2013 Charlotte W. Newcombe Doctoral Dissertation Fellow.

    CGGS alumna awarded prestigious dissertation fellowship3 May

    The Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation has announced that Philippa Hetherington (2001), has been named 2013 Charlotte W. Newcombe Doctoral Dissertation Fellow.

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  4. We came! We saw! We ran!

    Thank you from the Podmore Foundation3 May

    We came! We saw! We ran!

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  5. Congratulations to all the students and staff who were part of 'Guys and Dolls' in the last week of Term 1.

    'Guys and Dolls'—a big hit with audiences30 April

    Congratulations to all the students and staff who were part of 'Guys and Dolls' in the last week of Term 1.

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  6. Basketball news22 April

    It was fantastic to see all of the CGGS teams finish in fine form at Tuggeranong and Belconnen stadiums over the weekend.

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  7. Take a seat, make a friend has been an initiative of the CGGS Chapel Committee this term.

    Take a seat, make a friend12 April

    Take a seat, make a friend has been an initiative of the CGGS Chapel Committee this term.

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  8. Congratulations to Year 10 CGGS boarder Larissa Woosup on receiving the 'Mick Dodson and General Peter Cosgrove Scholarship for Leadership'.

    Podmore Foundation 12 April

    Congratulations to Year 10 CGGS boarder Larissa Woosup on receiving the 'Mick Dodson and General Peter Cosgrove Scholarship for Leadership'.

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  9. After months of commitment and hard work, a hearty congratulations goes out to all students and staff involved in the Canberra Theatre production of 'Guys and Dolls'.

    Congratulations to the cast and crew in 'Guys and Dolls'12 April

    After months of commitment and hard work, a hearty congratulations goes out to all students and staff involved in the Canberra Theatre production of 'Guys and Dolls'.

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  10. The CGGS Senior Council has nominated the Pegasus Riding for the Disabled organisation as the charity it will support throughout the school year.

    Pegasus fundraiser5 April

    The CGGS Senior Council has nominated the Pegasus Riding for the Disabled organisation as the charity it will support throughout the school year.

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  11. In early March, three teams from our Senior School took part in the 2013 Linguistics Olympiad held at the ANU.

    Linguistics Olympiad5 April

    In early March, three teams from our Senior School took part in the 2013 Linguistics Olympiad held at the ANU.

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  12. CGGS Year 12 student Kate Johnston has been competing at The World Individual Debating and Public Speaking Championships in Durban, South Africa this week.

    The World Individual Debating and Public Speaking Championships5 April

    CGGS Year 12 student Kate Johnston has been competing at The World Individual Debating and Public Speaking Championships in Durban, South Africa this week.

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  13. CGGS alumna Dr Penny King, a geologist at the ANU Research School of Earth Sciences, revisited the School recently to talk to Year 10 Science students about choosing a career in Science.

    Grammarian Dr Penny King (1987) visits the School5 April

    CGGS alumna Dr Penny King, a geologist at the ANU Research School of Earth Sciences, revisited the School recently to talk to Year 10 Science students about choosing a career in Science.

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  14. CGGS rowers brought home medals of all colours at the 2013 National Championships in Penrith in March.

    2013 National Rowing Championships 5 April

    CGGS rowers brought home medals of all colours at the 2013 National Championships in Penrith in March.

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  15. Medieval and Renaissance trip to Italy22 March

    From 7 to 23 January we adventured around the land of gelati and centurions and had, quite honestly, the time of our lives.

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