CGGS 90TH ANNIVERSARY CHURCH SERVICE
Yesterday we held our 90th Anniversary Church Service at St Paul’s Anglican Church in Manuka – a service specifically for the CGGS Community to celebrate the 90th Anniversary of Canberra Girls Grammar School.Read more
On Sunday 28 February, Year 6 students Sarah Palmer and Charlotte Wright laid a wreath on behalf of the school at the Last Post Ceremony at the Australian War Memorial.Read more
INDOOR HOCKEY UPDATE3 March
After 10 weeks of the regular indoor hockey season (throughout Term 4 2015 and Term 1 2016) the semi-finals quickly approached. Both the under 18 division 1 team and the under 16 green team made the semi-finals last weekend, with special mention going out to the under 16 red team who narrowly missed out.Read more
As we are an International Baccalaureate Primary Years Program school, one of our aims is to encourage our students in their internationally-mindedness. At lunchtime on Thursday, 24 February the new Internationally Minded Committee organised a multilingual celebration in the library.Read more
ROWING: PENULTIMATE WEEK 3 March
All 22 crews have now had their final training sessions before the Head of the River regatta this coming weekend. Last weekend, we won five local Championships at the ACT Rowing Championships; WU15, 16, 17, 19 Coxed Quad and the WU15 Single Scull. We also won six silver and seven bronze medals - a great effort.Read more
If any parents would like to come and watch the House Swimming Carnival at the AIS Swimming Pool next Wednesday 9 March, please email Jenny Hall on email@example.com
If you plan on arriving before 10.00am, we are able to add your name to the officials list and the AIS will waive the $3 entry fee for spectators.
Parents are also welcome to assist with timekeeping on the day.
Head PDHPE Faculty
Do your children catch a bus to school?
On Thursday 3 March, APFACTS will be representing parents at a TAMs meeting that is focused on school bus transport.
If you have any thoughts or feedback that you would like discussed at this meeting please feel free to send us an email or to give us a call.
We will be sure to report back to you regarding the outcomes of the meeting.
At APFACTS we are passionate about the importance of the parent being your child’s first teacher.
This link will take you to a great article that is for both young children and teenagers.
You can assist your child’s learning by simply talking to your children about the best things that they’ve learnt today. These discussions can take place whilst ferrying children to after school activities or at the dinner table. It’s a great habit to establish with your children.
Off the Beaten Track to coming back to CGGS. The second week of the holidays students are invited to take part in a 3-day workshop with professional actors.
Throughout the three days they will direct you in a theatre scene which you will show to an audience on the final day. They will also teach you to act in front of a camera using TV scripts and commercials. Work on a TV or film scene that will be professionally filmed and get a high quality show reel to take home.
They will share practical tips on how to start your acting career with a question and answer session.
If you are interested contact Olivia Simone at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 02 8005 6711.
Link here for more information on and the official flyer.
A reminder about the International Women's Day event this Sunday 6th March at the National Library, from 2:30-4:30pm.
Link here for official flyer and more infomation.
This event is FREE to all community members.
Please note that Refreshments with Tea/Coffee will be served at the meet-n-greet session, from 2:30-3:00pm.
Looking forward to meeting you on Sunday the 6th at 2:30pm with your family and friends.
Initiatives For Women In Need (IWiN)