That is the purpose of the CGS Foundation: to transform the future of our School and to open its educational opportunities to as many bright and aspiring young people as possible. As we look towards our centenary, we now ask our entire community t to join us by raising an additional $2m for scholarships and access bursaries over the next few years, so that our School may stand proudly at the forefront of opening access to outstanding education for talented young Australians, regardless of means. Every gift makes a difference in reaching that goal.
For #CGS#FeelGoodFriday we have a wonderful experience from our Kindergarten remote learning!
Scarlett worked hard making her own damper after listening to the story "Ernie Dances to the Didgeridoo" and watching a video about the activities children like to do in Arnhem Land. pic.twitter.com/GIhVfFaxI5
A few of our students had a cozy Zoom tea with Ms Beman to celebrate their English Extention 2 Major Works being submitted to NESA after a almost a year of independent creative work ☕️
Nice work! pic.twitter.com/PSyBS46W1k
We were very lucky recently to be joined by Australian Volleyball Silver-Medalist Mariafe Artacho de Solar, straight from her return from the Tokyo Olympics!
Mariafe shared her experiences at the games with around 300 attendees during one of our Zoom sessions! pic.twitter.com/rewXxofCeT
Happy #FeelGoodFriday! To end this School week, we're celebrating our hard-working Primary School Click and Collect team for helping to deliver books and resources to students during lockdown.
Excellent work, team! pic.twitter.com/1ZR6sfj3rD
In challenging times, it's important that we remain connected with our community and continue to check in with each other.
This year's @ruokday theme is 'Are they really okay? Ask them today.' The act of asking can show much needed support to those around us. pic.twitter.com/nEyFslsWuC
Recently CGS student Carl and alumni Jayden formed a group called The Canberra Reds to compete in the National Strike a Chord Music Competition, making it to the finals which were broadcast on ABC Radio Australia
Lockdowns won't let our students stop them from mastering the art of music. Check out this cool time lapse of a Year 8 student undertaking an hour of piano practice in just 46 seconds! pic.twitter.com/sdQqTfkQHw