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Last week, we hosted our Primary and Senior Cross Country Carnivals; two events that showcased the resilience and sportsmanship of our students. Despite the wet and chilly conditions at our Primary Carnival, our young participants displayed extraordinary positivity and enthusiasm. The weather improved significantly for our Senior Carnival, where House spirit shone just as brightly. There were impressive individual performances, and we look forward to announcing the winners in Term 2.

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Last week, we hosted our Primary and Senior Cross Country Carnivals; two events that showcased the resilience and sportsmanship of our students. Despite the wet and chilly conditions at our Primary Carnival, our young participants displayed extraordinary positivity and enthusiasm. The weather improved significantly for our Senior Carnival, where House spirit shone just as brightly. There were impressive individual performances, and we look forward to announcing the winners in Term 2.

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Here’s a throwback to our 1983 Fete, with proceeds helping to pay for the magnificent Mazda 3000. 

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Here’s a throwback to our 1983 Fete, with proceeds helping to pay for the magnificent Mazda 3000.

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Last week, dozens of CGS Year 12 students cut or shaved their hair to raise awareness for those who have suffered or are suffering from cancer, raising funds for the Sydney Childrens Hospital Foundation. The atmosphere on the day was electrifying and we could not be prouder of our students efforts. Thank you to everyone who took part or assisted on the day, and to our community for their generous donations.

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Last week, dozens of CGS Year 12 students cut or shaved their hair to raise awareness for those who have suffered or are suffering from cancer, raising funds for the Sydney Children's Hospital Foundation. The atmosphere on the day was electrifying and we could not be prouder of our students' efforts. Thank you to everyone who took part or assisted on the day, and to our community for their generous donations.

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Despite the unfortunate change of plans, Saturday’s CGS Musical Celebration kept spirits high. Congratulations Joanna Martin and Robyn Marmara for winning the Major Raffle, each winning the choice of a terms school fees or a travel voucher.

Enjoying a showcase of music in the Snow Concert Hall and the War Memorial Hall was a great way to spend a very wet morning, and the Rugby/Water Polo BBQ and Garnsey Sweet stall kept everyone highly satisfied. It was wonderful to have the Brumbies and our CGS Rugby Alumni attend and host a meet and greet with students in the pavilion. 

Thank you to all the community members who donated toys and/or books for the Fete. We are pleased to have helped two causes with the donations; books will go to the Indigenous Literacy Foundation and the toys to the Ngunnawal Street Pantry.Image attachmentImage attachment+6Image attachment

Despite the unfortunate change of plans, Saturday’s CGS Musical Celebration kept spirits high. Congratulations Joanna Martin and Robyn Marmara for winning the Major Raffle, each winning the choice of a term's school fees or a travel voucher.

Enjoying a showcase of music in the Snow Concert Hall and the War Memorial Hall was a great way to spend a very wet morning, and the Rugby/Water Polo BBQ and Garnsey Sweet stall kept everyone highly satisfied. It was wonderful to have the Brumbies and our CGS Rugby Alumni attend and host a meet and greet with students in the pavilion.

Thank you to all the community members who donated toys and/or books for the Fete. We are pleased to have helped two causes with the donations; books will go to the Indigenous Literacy Foundation and the toys to the Ngunnawal Street Pantry.
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