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At Canberra Grammar School, we aspire to be Curious, Creative, Confident, and Compassionate Citizens of the world.

 

 

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Welcome from the head of school

We are as excited by our school’s future as we are proud of its rich academic, sporting, social and artistic history… and we’re just getting started.

 

Welcome from the Head of School

OUR STRATEGY

Our strategy is underpinned by our Purpose, Vision, Values and Mission. The commitments outlined in our Strategic Plan are important in making us the School that we aspire to be by our centenary in 2029.

 

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On Wednesday two CGS teams, one Year 5 and one Year 6, made their way to Sydney to compete in the da Vinci NSW State competition held at Knox Grammar School. In this competition, there are 150 teams and over 1200 students. Such a wonderful opportunity for the students to be participating in and representing the School!

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On Wednesday two CGS teams, one Year 5 and one Year 6, made their way to Sydney to compete in the da Vinci NSW State competition held at Knox Grammar School. In this competition, there are 150 teams and over 1200 students. Such a wonderful opportunity for the students to be participating in and representing the School!

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This week, CGS celebrated National Boarding Week to raise awareness of the valuable benefits boarding offers young people and recognise our boarders significant contributions to our community.

Throughout the week, a variety of activities showcased the spirit of our boarding community. Among them were the Staff v Boarders touch match, a boarders dinner attended by day students, and a Year 7/8 day student sleepover.

This week demonstrated the enriching effect our boarders have on the heart and soul of our School, creating a vibrant and inclusive community at CGS.

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This week, CGS celebrated National Boarding Week to raise awareness of the valuable benefits boarding offers young people and recognise our boarders' significant contributions to our community.

Throughout the week, a variety of activities showcased the spirit of our boarding community. Among them were the Staff v Boarders touch match, a boarders dinner attended by day students, and a Year 7/8 day student sleepover.

This week demonstrated the enriching effect our boarders have on the heart and soul of our School, creating a vibrant and inclusive community at CGS.

#Curious #Creative #Confident #Compassionate
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This morning, we opened our doors and welcomed prospective new families to our Whole School Open Day. The event began with an informative presentation, followed by a student panel adeptly answering a huge variety of audience questions. Our guests then enjoyed guided tours of our school and facilities, led by our confident students. It was fantastic to see such a great turnout!

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This morning, we opened our doors and welcomed prospective new families to our Whole School Open Day. The event began with an informative presentation, followed by a student panel adeptly answering a huge variety of audience questions. Our guests then enjoyed guided tours of our school and facilities, led by our confident students. It was fantastic to see such a great turnout!

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Our Year 9 Outdoor Education students spent four days in Namadgi National Park as part of a programme developing their confidence, compassion and communication skills while working together in nature. Students rock climbed, abseiled, went on bush walks, and engaged in navigation activities, to name just a few of the programme’s highlights. 

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Our Year 9 Outdoor Education students spent four days in Namadgi National Park as part of a programme developing their confidence, compassion and communication skills while working together in nature. Students rock climbed, abseiled, went on bush walks, and engaged in navigation activities, to name just a few of the programme’s highlights.

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