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Jodi Clements heads up Wellbeing for Years 7 to 12
A sense of belonging, safety and connectedness are key elements of a CCGS education. To support the school’s strategic focus on wellbeing and ensure programs cater for students at every stage, a Director of Wellbeing for Years 7 to 12 was recently appointed.
Alumni Dux and Head Prefects of CCGS
In the final instalment of our three part series, we take a look at the post-school journeys of the leaders (Head Prefect) and high academic achievers (Dux) from 2011 - 2020.
Heads Prefects at CCGS
Our new Head Prefects Annabelle King and Matthew Trethewy are all about inclusion, positivity and supporting every student from Kindergarten through to Year 12. We sat down with them to find out what makes them tick.
CCGS community service projects
Year 10 is yet again set to serve our community as they work hard to help make a difference by supporting local organisations, donation drives and raising awareness.
Old Boys presentation day CCGS
It was great to be back on the home court for 'Old Boys' and 'Old Girls' to share sporting moments, stories and advice with our Basketballers.
Shrek and Donkey
Is someone peeling onion layers? No, it’s just the funny, charming and clever Junior School production of Shrek that has us crying with laughter!
Jemma Smith
On the back of her recent World Champion win at the Canoe Ocean Racing World Championships, we chat with Alumna Jemma Smith about her passion for sports, being World Champion and how she juggles all her training along with teaching.
Senior Girls Hockey – Champion School CCGS
CCGS students took to the sporting fields stronger than ever this season, kicking, shot-putting and running into stellar performances across the board.
CCGS wins Perpetual Shield for Year 5 and 6
Students win the Newcastle Permanent Building Society's Year 5 and Year 6 perpetual shields after coming first.
ARTECH 2022 at CCGS showcases Year 12 work
CCGS ARTECH was the meeting point for art lovers this year when Year 12 Visual Arts and Industrial Technology students put on an exhibition like no other!
Alexander Southwick Alumni CCGS
Following his passion for gaming and technology, Alexander Southwick (2006) works alongside global marketing teams to create world-class experiences. Alexander has turned his technology dreams into a steadfast career.
Where are they now? Part 2
In the second of our three part series, we take a look at the post-school journeys of the leaders (Head Prefect) and high academic achievers (Dux) from 2000 to 2010.