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Cambodian teacher at CCGS for teaching experience
Hear from Cambodian teacher, Rasy, and his immersive teaching experience at CCGS as part of his two-week study tour.
HSC Results 2023
For the 10th year in a row, CCGS has been named in the top 100 NSW schools, ranking 53.
Kindergarten Fairytale Day 2023
Dragons, princesses and gingerbread – oh my! This year’s Kindergarten Fairytale Day was a wonderous experience for our students and their loved ones.
Mrs Deb Curtis
After 36 years of teaching at CCGS, Senior School teacher Mrs Deb Curtis is swapping the classroom for the bush. As she heads into retirement she shares her reflections of her time at CCGS and imparts some words of wisdom for new teachers.
Father and son enjoying roasted marshmallows at Father & Children's Camp
Our annual Father & Children’s Camp is a great way for fathers and father figures, girls and boys to have some fun and share in activities together.
Mrs Jacqui McAtamney
Teaching at CCGS since 2009, Junior School teacher Mrs Jacqui McAtamney is leaving the classroom and joining her husband, and previous CCGS teacher, Jim in retirement. Before she leaves Jacqui has shared her highlights and memories of teaching at CCGS.
Keira in pink jacket smiling
Keira Rumble is the powerhouse founder and CEO of Australia’s first brand offering a 360-degree approach to beauty and wellbeing, from topical skincare to ingestible supplements and a hydration support drink.
Students on international exchange in Japan
Our extensive international programs offered our students an understanding of diverse cultures and community perspectives around the world.
Student performing in House Music Festival
With over 200 musical entries from CCGS students, this year’s House Music Festival was something pretty special.
Designing for Deep Learning in the Classroom
It’s been said that the most powerful learning happens when students are immersed in real-world challenges.
Head Prefects signing their official oath
Our student leaders for 2024 have been named. Learn a bit more about them and what makes them perfect for the role of Head Prefect - some of the responses might surprise you!
Students crouching down to inspect a plant
Year 9 Science students are leading the way, shaping the future of cities and discovering sustainable solutions to modern development challenges.