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  1. Even the legendary Grammarians' Garden Stall has had to 'pivot' this year!

    Garden stall this Saturday25 September

    Even the legendary Grammarians' Garden Stall has had to 'pivot' this year!

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  2. Amongst a number of key military dates in August and September each year, Legacy traditionally launches its annual fundraising campaign to support Australian Defence Force families suffering after the injury or death of a spouse or parent.

    Legacy Week call to arms28 August

    Amongst a number of key military dates in August and September each year, Legacy traditionally launches its annual fundraising campaign to support Australian Defence Force families suffering after the injury or death of a spouse or parent.

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  3. Putting our best foot forward28 August

    The Athlete’s Foot Canberra, Woden and Tuggeranong recently handed over a donation to Canberra Girls Grammar School that reflects our involvement in their School Rewards Program.

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  4. On 15 August, 1945, Japan accepted the Allied demand for unconditional surrender bringing an end to the Second World War. We commemorate the price of peace on this date every year, now known as Victory in the Pacific Day, also known as VP Day.

    Defence students mark Victory in the Pacific Day14 August

    On 15 August, 1945, Japan accepted the Allied demand for unconditional surrender bringing an end to the Second World War. We commemorate the price of peace on this date every year, now known as Victory in the Pacific Day, also known as VP Day.

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  5. Last week Burgmann hosted their annual Jeans for Genes Day fundraising event, the first major House fundraiser this year.

    Jeans for Genes Day14 August

    Last week Burgmann hosted their annual Jeans for Genes Day fundraising event, the first major House fundraiser this year.

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  6. The Governor-General, His Excellency General the Honourable David Hurley AC DSC (Retd) and his wife, Her Excellency Mrs Linda Hurley graciously offered to provide an exclusive remote interview to Canberra Girls Grammar School students after having to cancel their attendance at the 2020 CGGS ANZAC Day Assembly due to COVID-19.

    A conversation with the Governor-General4 June

    The Governor-General, His Excellency General the Honourable David Hurley AC DSC (Retd) and his wife, Her Excellency Mrs Linda Hurley graciously offered to provide an exclusive remote interview to Canberra Girls Grammar School students after having to cancel their attendance at the 2020 CGGS ANZAC Day Assembly due to COVID-19.

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  7. On Thursday, 28 May 2020, a small gathering was held as Mrs Belinda Moss planted a rose named in her honour, in appreciation of her valuable contribution to the School.

Belinda was a member of the School Board for 11 years from 2008 and held the position of Chair of the Board from 2011 to 2019. She was the first woman to hold the position.

    Planting of the Belinda Moss rose4 June

    On Thursday, 28 May 2020, a small gathering was held as Mrs Belinda Moss planted a rose named in her honour, in appreciation of her valuable contribution to the School. Belinda was a member of the School Board for 11 years from 2008 and held the position of Chair of the Board from 2011 to 2019. She was the first woman to hold the position.

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  8. A group of CGGS staff and students are taking part in the Push For Better, 21-day Push-Up Challenge to raise funds for Headspace – the National Youth Mental Health Foundation.

    Promoting the link between physical activity and mental health22 May

    A group of CGGS staff and students are taking part in the Push For Better, 21-day Push-Up Challenge to raise funds for Headspace – the National Youth Mental Health Foundation.

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  9. Last year we introduced a new tradition, based on an old custom, by providing each student and member of staff with a currant bun on Founders’ Day.

    A Grammarian's recipe for Founders' Day8 May

    Last year we introduced a new tradition, based on an old custom, by providing each student and member of staff with a currant bun on Founders’ Day.

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  10. Today, on Founders’ Day, we remember and celebrate the Community of Sisters of the Church who founded our School 94 years ago. It is a day to reflect upon our shared values that have developed from the strength and commitment of our founders and how they worked together with the community to build a place of education and faith.

    Memories from Founders’ Days past8 May

    Today, on Founders’ Day, we remember and celebrate the Community of Sisters of the Church who founded our School 94 years ago. It is a day to reflect upon our shared values that have developed from the strength and commitment of our founders and how they worked together with the community to build a place of education and faith.

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  11. As a community, we still have the opportunity to participate in the annual Mother’s Day Classic as it goes virtual in 2020.

    Mother’s Day Classic goes virtual!9 April

    As a community, we still have the opportunity to participate in the annual Mother’s Day Classic as it goes virtual in 2020.

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  12. While Anzac Day is still a few weeks away, our Defence School Mentor, Ms Cate Harvey, has been preparing a presentation for our CGGS community which will be available via Agora on Friday afternoon, 25 April for families to download and view when our Anzac Assemblies would usually be taking place (on Tuesday, 28 April), or on Anzac Day itself.

    Commemorating Anzac Day…from a distance9 April

    While Anzac Day is still a few weeks away, our Defence School Mentor, Ms Cate Harvey, has been preparing a presentation for our CGGS community which will be available via Agora on Friday afternoon, 25 April for families to download and view when our Anzac Assemblies would usually be taking place (on Tuesday, 28 April), or on Anzac Day itself.

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  13. Members of The Music Academy Faculty have come together to provide uplifting music performances for the CGGS community to share and connect during these social distancing times.

    Uplifting our community through music9 April

    Members of The Music Academy Faculty have come together to provide uplifting music performances for the CGGS community to share and connect during these social distancing times.

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  14. For many of us, Holy Week and Easter will be a very different experience this year, but perhaps an experience that allows us to grapple with the message of God’s love and forgiveness in a meaningful way.

    Holy Week and Easter9 April

    For many of us, Holy Week and Easter will be a very different experience this year, but perhaps an experience that allows us to grapple with the message of God’s love and forgiveness in a meaningful way.

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  15. Update regarding COVID-1926 March

    Canberra Girls Grammar School is open and continuing to deliver its education program both online and on campus for those students whose parents are delivering essential services for our city.

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