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

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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.

 

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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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It was our absolute pleasure to host the Kids’ Lit Quiz World Finals here at Canberra Grammar School yesterday, welcoming students from Canada, Indonesia, New Zealand, South Africa, Thailand, and the United States of America. 

Before the event, students were invited to attend author Deborah Abela’s workshop in the Senior Library, where they learned writing techniques, shared short stories and connected over a love of reading. 

CGS students worked hard for a spot in the World Final, placing first in the Nationals this past June. Each team hitting the buzzers in a frenzy to rack up points based on their literary knowledge, it was an extremely close race on Wednesday, with the CGS team taking home a very respectable second place. Congratulations to Indonesia on placing first, South Africa on placing third, and every country’s representative School for their outstanding sportsmanship. It was an excellent opportunity for CGS students to engage and learn on a world stage over a shared passion.

The finals were a magnificent celebration of reading and would not have been possible without the support of our dedicated staff and of course, the organisers of Kids Lit Quiz Australia.

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It was our absolute pleasure to host the Kids’ Lit Quiz World Finals here at Canberra Grammar School yesterday, welcoming students from Canada, Indonesia, New Zealand, South Africa, Thailand, and the United States of America.

Before the event, students were invited to attend author Deborah Abela’s workshop in the Senior Library, where they learned writing techniques, shared short stories and connected over a love of reading.

CGS students worked hard for a spot in the World Final, placing first in the Nationals this past June. Each team hitting the buzzers in a frenzy to rack up points based on their literary knowledge, it was an extremely close race on Wednesday, with the CGS team taking home a very respectable second place. Congratulations to Indonesia on placing first, South Africa on placing third, and every country’s representative School for their outstanding sportsmanship. It was an excellent opportunity for CGS students to engage and learn on a world stage over a shared passion.

The finals were a magnificent celebration of reading and would not have been possible without the support of our dedicated staff and of course, the organisers of Kids' Lit Quiz Australia.

#CitizensoftheWorld #Curious #Confident
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Congratulations to the CGS Rugby players who made ACT Brumbies representatives sides last term. Matilda, Torah, Amelia, Holly and Ella for the U/18 Girls. Sydney for the U/16 Girls, and Lexie, Sally, Kaitlin, Abbie and Ruby all played for the U/14 Girls.

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Congratulations to the CGS Rugby players who made ACT Brumbies representatives sides last term. Matilda, Torah, Amelia, Holly and Ella for the U/18 Girls. Sydney for the U/16 Girls, and Lexie, Sally, Kaitlin, Abbie and Ruby all played for the U/14 Girls.

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