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CCGS staff Jim McAtamney
Mr Jim McAtamney is one of CCGS' longest serving staff members and at the end of the year he will hang up his CCGS sports polo and head into retirement. Jim shares his CCGS memories and highlights from the last 36 years.
Students celebrate Fairytale Day at CCGS
Students were transported to a magical land far far away for CCGS's Fairytale Day.
CCGS House Music Festival winners
First-ever House Music Festival highlights breadth of talent at CCGS
Students sell cakes to raise funds for FoodBank
CCGS students are out in force ready to make positive contributions through fundraising efforts, citizen science or speaking out to raise awareness on global issues.
CCGS staff Mr Phil Knox
After 27 years at CCGS, Mr Phil Knox, Science teacher and House Coordinator of Nicholii is retiring from full time teaching. Phil shares his thoughts on the important skills today's students require and the changes he has seen in the teaching profession.
CCGS alumni Cameron Barnett with students
Upon finishing Year 12, CCGS alumni Cameron Barnett (2019) headed to Japan for a once in a life time opportunity to teach English at CCGS Exchange Partner School, Ueda Nishi. In the face of a global pandemic Cameron found unique teaching opportunities and the chance to develop deeper friendships.
CCGS staff Mrs Gill Martin
As she prepares to walk through doors of the CCGS Library one last time, Mrs Gill Martin shares the highlights of her time at CCGS, the lessons she has learned from students and her advice for new Teacher Librarians.
New Head Prefects at CCGS
Emma Parmeter and Loïc Mallet hope to bring positivity and cohesion to the school as role models, helping hands and a friend to everyone. 
CCGS staff Mr John Worthing
Teaching at CCGS since 1994, Mr John Worthing has guided many students through the department that he says is all about building life skills. Ahead of his retirement John shares his highlights and what he will miss most about CCGS.
CCGS alumni Peta Skilbeck
Peta Skilbeck (1996) wanted to be a doctor from a very young age. A love of the idea of pregnancy and birth, coupled with her own experience with infertility, encouraged her passion in the area of obstetrics and gynaecology. Peta now has her own private practice in obstetrics and gynaecology and helps many Central Coast families bring new life into the world.
Top marks for CCGS - Better Education Group
CCGS ranks amongst the top schools in New South Wales.
CCGS teachers lead your child through some safe, fun activities
Watch CCGS teachers lead your child through guided activities to keep active, healthy and happy this school holiday.