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  1. Phyllida Behm has won the annual J.E. Barr Memorial Award for Best Speaker at the United Nations Youth Australia National Conference in Sydney last week.

    Phyllida wins Best Speaker at the UN Youth Australia National Conference25 July

    Phyllida Behm has won the annual J.E. Barr Memorial Award for Best Speaker at the United Nations Youth Australia National Conference in Sydney last week.

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  2. CGGS Year 12 student Caroline Hendy has won the Go-Kan-Ryu Karate Junior Female Open Kata World title.

    Caroline Hendy: Go-Kan-Ryu Karate Junior World Champion25 July

    CGGS Year 12 student Caroline Hendy has won the Go-Kan-Ryu Karate Junior Female Open Kata World title.

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  3. On the last day of Term 2, the CGGS rowers and their Year 12 friends raised funds to help send our three representatives to Lithuania for the World Junior Rowing Championships later this month.

    Funds raised for star rowers10 July

    On the last day of Term 2, the CGGS rowers and their Year 12 friends raised funds to help send our three representatives to Lithuania for the World Junior Rowing Championships later this month.

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  4. On 19 April 1941, the School diary noted; 'First public debate – against the Boys’ Grammar School. Girls won. Dancing afterwards'.

    CGGS wins the annual Kitchen and Tyrell debates28 June

    On 19 April 1941, the School diary noted; 'First public debate – against the Boys’ Grammar School. Girls won. Dancing afterwards'.

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  5. On Wednesday 26 June, the Watoto Children’s Choir performed for CGGS as part of their Australian tour.

    The Watoto Children’s Choir performs for CGGS27 June

    On Wednesday 26 June, the Watoto Children’s Choir performed for CGGS as part of their Australian tour.

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  6. The five Yalari students were invited to ADFA for a day of discovery and fun.

    The Yalari girls visit ADFA27 June

    The five Yalari students were invited to ADFA for a day of discovery and fun.

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  7. CGGS and Asthma Foundation ACT have initiated a joint collaboration to raise awareness of asthma and asthma-related illness in our sporting community.

    CGGS—an Asthma Friendly School 26 June

    CGGS and Asthma Foundation ACT have initiated a joint collaboration to raise awareness of asthma and asthma-related illness in our sporting community.

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  8. Two Year 11 students, Jessica Zhang and Vanessa Ma, both excelled in the November 2012 round of the Tournament of the Towns mathematics competition.

    Young mathematicians excel 26 June

    Two Year 11 students, Jessica Zhang and Vanessa Ma, both excelled in the November 2012 round of the Tournament of the Towns mathematics competition.

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  9.  The 2013 CGGS soccer team won the ACT/Southern NSW regional final on Friday.

    Congratulations to the 2013 Bill Turner soccer squad26 June

    The 2013 CGGS soccer team won the ACT/Southern NSW regional final on Friday.

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  10. On Friday during recess, an exhibition was held in the Senior School atrium, showcasing the semester-based projects of 37 Year 9 and Year 10 Independent Learning Program students.

    2013 Independent Learning Program Showcase25 June

    On Friday during recess, an exhibition was held in the Senior School atrium, showcasing the semester-based projects of 37 Year 9 and Year 10 Independent Learning Program students.

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  11. Six CGGS representatives were part of the Under 13 Division 2 ACT hockey team, which finished fifth overall at the June Long Weekend Regional Carnival.

    Six CGGS hockey players at the June Long Weekend Regional Carnival24 June

    Six CGGS representatives were part of the Under 13 Division 2 ACT hockey team, which finished fifth overall at the June Long Weekend Regional Carnival.

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  12. A senior CGGS rower during an early morning winter training session on Lake Burley Griffin. During winter, the rowing team will often train in sub-zero temperatures. This recent photo was taken by Head of Rowing, Dafydd Gwynn-Jones when it was minus two degrees.

    Early morning training 21 June

    A senior CGGS rower during an early morning winter training session on Lake Burley Griffin. During winter, the rowing team will often train in sub-zero temperatures. This recent photo was taken by Head of Rowing, Dafydd Gwynn-Jones when it was minus two degrees.

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  13. On Tuesday 18 June, Canberra Girls Grammar School participated in the annual da Vinci Decathlon, an academic inter-school gala day which offers students the opportunity to participate in a variety of challenging activities in a team-based environment.

    Da Vinci Decathlon21 June

    On Tuesday 18 June, Canberra Girls Grammar School participated in the annual da Vinci Decathlon, an academic inter-school gala day which offers students the opportunity to participate in a variety of challenging activities in a team-based environment.

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  14. Every year the Senior Council compete against the Senior Council at Canberra Grammar School.

    The Senior Council get ready for the touch football game against CGS20 June

    Every year the Senior Council compete against the Senior Council at Canberra Grammar School.

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  15. The Awesome Activities Holiday Program provides children with a safe, stimulating and nurturing environment where children can pursue play activities of their choice, working at their individual level of development.

    Awesome Activities Holiday Program Enrolling Now12 June

    The Awesome Activities Holiday Program provides children with a safe, stimulating and nurturing environment where children can pursue play activities of their choice, working at their individual level of development.

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