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  1. Harmony Day is an annual tradition that celebrates the unique cultural identities prevalent in our CGGS community. It encourages students to respect and recognise their differences, while rejecting prejudices and racism. It was an honour to organise an event that has always created a welcoming, accepting and safe environment for me – and hopefully did for CGGS this year.

    Celebrating who we are on Harmony Day1 April

    Harmony Day is an annual tradition that celebrates the unique cultural identities prevalent in our CGGS community. It encourages students to respect and recognise their differences, while rejecting prejudices and racism. It was an honour to organise an event that has always created a welcoming, accepting and safe environment for me – and hopefully did for CGGS this year.

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  2. Each year we hold four Family and Friends’ Chapel Services: Palm Sunday (Holy Week); Founders’ Day; Blessing of the Animals; and a Carol Service).

    Family and Friends’ Chapel Service – Holy Week19 March

    Each year we hold four Family and Friends’ Chapel Services: Palm Sunday (Holy Week); Founders’ Day; Blessing of the Animals; and a Carol Service).

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  3. It is a privilege to be involved in music education at Canberra Girls Grammar School.  Each and every day, I see the power and impact of music on the lives of our students across the School.  This impact is not only felt directly by the students engaged in music, but also by those in the broader School community.

    Music at CGGS: The core of culture, belonging and who we are19 March

    It is a privilege to be involved in music education at Canberra Girls Grammar School. Each and every day, I see the power and impact of music on the lives of our students across the School. This impact is not only felt directly by the students engaged in music, but also by those in the broader School community.

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  4. 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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  5. For the past six years, Canberra Girls Grammar School has taken out the ‘Largest School Team’ award at the Canberra Mother’s Day Classic. This year, our intrepid Year 6 students – Girls who Lead - will be leading the charge to win the title again as they ALL participate.

    Year 6 take the lead for Mother’s Day Classic19 February

    For the past six years, Canberra Girls Grammar School has taken out the ‘Largest School Team’ award at the Canberra Mother’s Day Classic. This year, our intrepid Year 6 students – Girls who Lead - will be leading the charge to win the title again as they ALL participate.

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  6. 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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  7. This year, we happily celebrate the Gabriel Foundation’s 40th Anniversary. Founded in 1980, the Foundation has supported Canberra Girls Grammar School for four decades.

    The Gabriel Foundation’s 40th Anniversary4 December

    This year, we happily celebrate the Gabriel Foundation’s 40th Anniversary. Founded in 1980, the Foundation has supported Canberra Girls Grammar School for four decades.

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  8. During the October holidays, several Year 10 students took part in a volunteering opportunity with Embracing Ministries. Embracing Ministries, an initiative of the Anglican Church of Canberra and Goulburn, aims to support families with youth and children affected by disabilities.

    Year 10 students embrace volunteering 20 November

    During the October holidays, several Year 10 students took part in a volunteering opportunity with Embracing Ministries. Embracing Ministries, an initiative of the Anglican Church of Canberra and Goulburn, aims to support families with youth and children affected by disabilities.

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  9. We have started our annual collection for Share the Dignity’s It’s In The Bag Christmas appeal.

    Share the Dignity – ‘It’s In The Bag’6 November

    We have started our annual collection for Share the Dignity’s It’s In The Bag Christmas appeal.

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  10. Nominations for the CGGS Parents and Friends (P&F) Association Teaching Excellence and Community Contribution Awards are now open with nominations being accepted until 5.00pm on Monday, 16 November 2020.

    Nominations open for P&F Awards6 November

    Nominations for the CGGS Parents and Friends (P&F) Association Teaching Excellence and Community Contribution Awards are now open with nominations being accepted until 5.00pm on Monday, 16 November 2020.

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  11. 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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  12. 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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  13. 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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  14. 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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  15. 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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