News

Catch up with the latest news, or experience CCGS life through video stories. Current families and students please visit my.ccgs.nsw.edu.au.

 

Use the filter function to find the stories that most interest you.

Filter & Sort
Two students speak to a male teacher at desk
Authentic real-world learning is brought to life when positive and mutually enriching partnerships are developed between schools and industry.
Growing Connections
CCGS joined more than 6,500 schools across Australia in ‘Growing Connections’ to help promote building safe and supportive learning environments so all students can belong, feel accepted, and respected.
John Gunderson
Mr John Gunderson, CCGS Boys Basketball Convener/Coach, was recently granted a professional development experience by CCGS to travel to the US and coach high-level basketball players from all over Australia. We sat down with Mr Gunderson to ask him about his experience and what it was like being part of this program as a coach.
Alumna Lisa Weston
Lisa Weston (nee Piper) has an illustrious career with the Australian Defence Force, spanning over 20 years and now holds the prestigious rank of Colonel. Her current position as Australia’s Defence Attache to Northern Europe sees her living in Sweden, working from the Australian Embassy in Stockholm.
A girl and a boy in costume singing to each other with angry expression
Across four incredible nights, over 140 students rocked the Performing Arts Centre with the production of ‘We Will Rock You’, the musical by Queen and Ben Elton.
CCGS Grammies award winners holding their trophies
The inaugural CCGS Grammie Awards recognised a different type of excellence, celebrating and bringing to the spotlight our everyday heroes.
Headmaster sitting with kindergarten children
We sat down with retiring Headmaster, Mr Bill Low to find out more about his illustrious career.
Maison Patrick with Neil Perry at Margaret
As part of holistic education, CCGS students take part in a wide variety of academic and cocurricular offerings. In their senior years, some students are undertaking additional courses alongside their HSC, gaining qualifications and expanding their horizons before they commence life after school.
Alumnus Matthew Woodward
Architect Matthew Woodward is known for masterfully combining the functional with the aesthetic, bringing to the forefront the beauty of the natural environment and being ecologically sensitive in his designs.
CCGS Library
We sat down with Head of Library and Information Services, Mrs Nadia Merchant to uncover what makes the CCGS library so special.
Year 7 Camp
A 300-acre camp, located at Webbs Creek in the beautiful Hawkesbury Valley, was the setting for Year 7’s outdoor education program this year. Students bonded with one another and their teachers as they took the momentous leap into Middle School.
Christopher Ball at Graduation
A passion for sport, sheer determination and making the most of every opportunity have driven Alumnus Christopher Ball, as he takes on the hustle and bustle of Sky News and Fox Sports News.