SAFE SCHOOL COMMITTEE MEETS ROSIE BATTY
CREDIT: Lyn Mills. COURTESY OF The National Press Club of Australia
INDEPENDENT LEARNING SHOWCASE
MOTET CHOIR AT THE commemoration of the 70th anniversary of The Sandakan Death Marches
Year 7/10 Japanese students and 7/8 Mandarin students enjoy a Japanese Taiko Drum performance
Almost $1800 raised for Australia's Biggest Morning Tea
Junior School staff, Senior School staff and Waverley House held morning teas for the Cancer Council recently
29 JUNE - 2 JULY, ACTING ANTICS ACTING & THEATRE CAMP, CGGS SENIOR SCHOOL
Audition, rehearse & perform a fully costumed play in 4 days! Every student gets a role with dialogue! Fabulous costumes! Link here for more information.
4 JULY, MEET AUTHORS GRAEME BASE AND GARY CREW, NATIONAL CONVENTION CENTRE
Link here for more information.
11-12 JULY, YOUTH MENTAL FIRST AID COURSE (FREE FOR PARENTS OF TEENS)
9am-5pm, Youth Coalition of the ACT, Clianthus Street, O'Connor. Cost is $250. If any are parents of teens, they can do it for free by signing up for the 'Training Parents of Teens' study being undertaken by the Centre for Mental Health at the University of Melbourne. Link here for more information. More information on the course can be found at https://mhfa.com.au/courses/public/types/youth. To enrol people can email Robin Duff email@example.com
13-15 JULY, DRAMA WORKSHOP WITH GYTON GRANTLEY, CGGS SENIOR SCHOOL
NIDA Graduate Olivia Simone and 'Off the Beaten Track' are returning to Canberra again for the July school holidays to run a workshop in acting, singing, dancing to camera workshops with Gyton Grantley. Link here for more information.
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