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June 17, 2022

Don’t miss the event of the Century!

Join us at this magical evening of celebration, entertainment and commemorating 100 (+2) years of our fine school!

The evening will bring the school community together to celebrate the 100 year strong history of educating girls.

Be entertained by our emcee Emma Race, former grammarian (1993), current parent & broadcaster. Sing and dance the night away to Melbourne’s best band – The Dan Hamill band.

You will enjoy delicious food, beverages and other surprises.

Tables are limited, don’t miss out. Get together with a group or book individual tickets and we will seat you with people from your year level.

Don’t miss out – Early Bird Price ticket by Saturday 25 June and you are in with a chance to win one of two great prizes!

Book your tickets by 25 June and you could win:

Limousine Service to the Gala: Enjoy a 1 hour Chrylster limousine service to drive you and nine guests to the Centenary Gala with a bottle of bubbles. Valued at $400.

Peninsula Hot Springs – Dine & Bathe Package: Enjoy a day for two at the Peninsula Hot Springs with a meal in the Spa Dreaming Centre Dining Room. Valued at $300.

Centenary Gala Ball
Saturday 30 July 2022
6.30pm – 11.00pm 
Leonda By The Yarra
2 Wallen Road, Hawthorn 

Early Bird Individual / $195
Table / $ 1850

Ticket price includes canapés on arrival, 3 course meal and beverages all evening

Dress Code:
Formal Attire (Suits for men, Dress or Pants suit for women)

Book Tickets: https://events.humanitix.com/cggsgala

PFA Meeting

The PFA monthly meeting was held on Thursday 16th June, with Head of Junior School Paul Donahue welcoming the new PFA Committee to the Junior School campus.  With things are back in full swing, we look forward to engaging with the Junior School community and have some exciting events lined up for the upcoming Term 3.

The PFA welcomes all members of the CGGS community to be involved. The PFA provides the opportunity for parents to meet, connect, share and be part of a community that supports our students and the school.  Whether by attending events as a guest, volunteering, or joining PFA meetings, we encourage everyone to take part and meet others in our wonderful school community.  It’s a great forum for parents to give back, provide feedback and ideas on how we can better connect, communicate, and engage as a cohesive community.

For more information about the PFA:

Visit the PFA pages on the CGGS Website.

Make sure you follow the PFA on Facebook.

Contact Thanh Ton (T.T) for more information about the Parents and Friends Association via pfa@cggs.vic.edu.au 

Second Hand School Uniform Shop

The PFA Second Hand School Uniform Shop (SHUS) will open again this Saturday, 18th June from 9am to 12pm and Monday 20th June from 2:30pm to 5:30pm. Great news, appointments are no longer needed, so please drop in with your daughter/s for a fitting and meet our lovely parent volunteers. 

We are so grateful for the parent volunteers who keep the SHUS open and running so that our students can find a cost saving option to buy school uniform.  It also gives parents the opportunity to resell their daughters uniform that no longer fit or needed.

We are always looking for parent volunteers to help out at the SHUS. It’s a wonderful way to make friends with the CGGS community and to help the students with their uniform needs.  Please contact Thanh Ton (TT) at tont@cggs.vic.edu.com if you are interested.

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June 3, 2022

Inspiring Women Ceremony 

The Inspiring Women program established in our Centenary year was designed to acknowledge and celebrate the outstanding contribution made by women affiliated with Camberwell Girls Grammar School since its inception.

We were very pleased to be able to honour the 2021 Inspiring Women at a ceremony held at the school on Wednesday 25th May. The women honoured are: https://cggs.vic.edu.au/inspiringwomen/. We acknowledged the inspiring contributions these women have made within their field and community, and it was wonderful to share this evening with students and staff. 

Our Inspiring Women honourees will serve as a reminder of the inspiring women connected to the school and their profiles will inspire our current students. Their biographies now hang on a prominent wall at the school for all to see.

A busy fortnight for the PFA

The Parents and Friends Association (PFA) is grateful that our caring community has been able to reconnect and mingle again. After two years of limited social activity, we were excited to see parents from every year level across the school joined in the recent events.

The PFA held and supported number of engaging events for the CGGS community in the busy month of May.

House Cross Country
Our Friends of Sports love to take part in House Sport competitions and activities to support our young athletes.  At the House Cross Country on Tuesday 3rd May, our volunteers gave out frosty fruit and icy poles to the runners to cheer them on! Who would say no to sweat treats?

CGGS Mother’s Day Breakfast

The PFA were delighted to welcome mother’s, grandmothers, godmothers, mother-figures, and daughters to the 2022 Mother’s Day breakfast on Thursday 5th May. It was wonderful to see 250 Mothers and daughters fill Barbara Sutton Hall for our annual PFA Mother’s Day breakfast. This was the largest Mother’s Day Breakfast on record filled with beautiful memories captured at the Photo Booth!

PFA Meeting

On Thursday 19th May, the PFA and our Principal, Debbie Dunwoody welcomed the new PFA Committee. Debbie shared the CGGS Strategic Plan 2022-2025 and discussed the important role of the PFA in realising the ‘Our Community’ ambitions of the plan. It was a packed PFA meeting agenda which was focused on hitting the ground running.  The Committee signed off on $40,000 of PFA funding priorities for the 2022 school year to support programs for sport, creative arts, outdoor education, and a contribution towards the new school bus.

The PFA’s vision and plan for this year is to reconnect the CGGS community and to provide many and varied ways for parents to engage and contribute. 

We invite all parents to prioritise and support PFA initiatives at every opportunity and we encourage getting involved in the PFA.  We all want the best for our daughters, and when they see us engage in this way, it reinforces with them how important and special they are.

House Music Pre-Show Refreshment

The PFA was thrilled to host the House Music Pre-Show Refreshments for invited parents on Friday 27th May. It was a great opportunity for the parents to meet the PFA new Committee, to celebrate the students’ talent and support their artistic pursuits.  It was fantastic to see so many parents back onsite enjoying each other’s company and supporting their daughters on this most special occasion.

Second Hand School Uniform Shop

The PFA Second Hand School Uniform Shop (SHUS) opened its doors again without the need for appointments on Saturday, May 28 from 9am to 12pm and Monday, May 30 from 2:30pm to 5:30pm.

We want to sincerely thank the parent volunteers for keeping the SHUS open and running so that our students can find a cost saving option to buy school uniform.  It also gives parents the opportunity to resell their daughters uniform that no longer fit or needed.

We are always looking for parent volunteers to help out at the SHUS.  Please contact Thanh Ton (TT) at tont@cggs.vic.edu.com if you are interested to lend a hand.

Get involved in the PFA

The PFA welcomes all members of the CGGS community to be involved. Whether by attending events as a guest, volunteering, or joining PFA meetings, we encourage everyone to take part and meet others in our wonderful school community.  It’s a great forum for parents to give back, provide feedback and ideas on how we can better connect, communicate, and engage as a cohesive community.

For more information about the PFA:

Visit the PFA pages on the CGGS Website.

Make sure you follow the PFA on Facebook

Contact Thanh Ton (T.T) for more information about the Parents and Friends Association via pfa@cggs.vic.edu.au  

Community Events

Year 10 Parents Catch Up Drinks

Thanks to our dedicated year level reps, the year 10 parents were able to reconnect and engaged with one another again over some wine, cocktails, and light bites at the chic and modern Young’s Wine Room in Hawthorn on Sunday, May 22nd.  What a great idea for parents to meet on a Sunday afternoon to wind down for an overdue catch up.

Senior School Dad’s Trivia Night

On Wednesday 24th May the CGGS Dads Group entered a team of 8 in the Trivia Night at Ramblers Ale Works in Hawthorn.  The team was named ‘The Teals’ and the theme was the ‘90’s.   The team came joint 2nd, winning a $25 voucher.  Woohoo!  There were bonus points for the best Macarena dance, with Stuart putting on a stellar performance!!  All in all, it was another super Dads night out with lots of laughs and good chat.  It’s a great way to connect and to feel part of our wonderful CGGS community.  Next time around we’d like to enter multiple teams, so please join the CGGS Dads Group at this link so you don’t miss out!
https://portal.thefatheringproject.org/dads-group/camberwell-girls-grammar-school/

Junior School Dads and Daughters Bowling

Organised by the JS Dad’s Group, the event attracted over 10 families where dads and daughters got into a competitive mood and bonded over a few games of bowling with their cohorts and family.

If you are organising any events for the year levels or the CGGS community, please do share the details and photos with us by emailing tont@cggs.vic.edu.au.  We love to hear from you.

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May 20, 2022

Brooksbank Library Naming Ceremony 

As a part of the School’s ongoing centennial celebrations, we were delighted on Wednesday 11th May 2022 that we could finally gather to officially name the Senior School Library after the school founder, The Reverend Hubert Albert Brooksbank.

We were honoured to host ten members of the Brooksbank family to officially name the library, which was declared the Brooksbank Library by the Chair of School Council, Dr Nikita Weickhardt.  Dr Mary Brooksbank AM responded on behalf of her family and was able to share wonderful anecdotes about Rev Brooksbank.

The ceremony was attended by members of School Council, Life Governors, staff and students. A beautiful rendition of the newly commissioned School Anthem was performed by a choir of fourteen students, which was an enchanting way to mark the occasion.

In being named the Brooksbank Library we hope that it continues to create opportunities to support learning and literacy whilst being a place of reflection and contemplation.

Reunions are back!

We were thrilled at long last to be able to host six reunions on Friday 13th May 2022.

The Classes of 2000, 2001, 2002 celebrated their 20-year reunions and the Classes of 2010, 2011, 2012 celebrated their 10-year reunions.

The school was abuzz with different locations around the school being utilized to host these milestone gatherings. Joy and laughter was abound as we were finally able to meet and celebrate in person. It was wonderful to see so many former staff members join these year levels to celebrate and catch up on the past 10 and 20 years. It was also great to see so many current staff join in the fun to see what their past students are now doing.

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May 6, 2022

Class of 2021 Celebration

Due to Covid-19 restrictions during 2021, the Class of 2021 were unable to celebrate their Valedictory Dinner. We were delighted to be able to invite the Class of 2021 to a celebration evening with their parents and staff on Thursday 28 April at Studley Grounds in Kew.

It was a wonderfully happy occasion as we saw the past students connect in a social gathering and to have their parents and many staff members celebrate along with them. Mrs Nareen Robinson, Class of 2021 Year 12 Coordinator toasted the cohort and past parent Maria Ventura made a wonderful speech about the girl’s time at the school and how the values of the school has set them up for a life of success.

The entertainment for the evening was a trio of double bass, keyboard and guitar with former student Shannon, spontaneously joining in to sing with the band.

We wish the Class of 2021 well in their future endeavours and we look forward to seeing where life takes them.

The PFA were delighted to welcome mother’s, grandmothers, godmothers, mother-figures and daughters to the 2022 Mother’s Day breakfast. It was wonderful to see 250 Mothers and daughters fill Barbara Sutton Hall for our annual PFA Mother’s Day breakfast. This was the largest Mother’s Day Breakfast on record!

School Captains Teagan Diep, Charli Lincke and Isabel D’Zouza welcomed guests with a gift on arrival. It was a fun filled morning with lots of chatter and laughter, accompanied by a wonderful hot breakfast and photos in front of our fun photo wall.

Some guests were also the lucky recipients of our door prizes from event supporters Harvey Norman. Congratulations to Eng Ronzani and Tammy Sim who were the winners of a complimentary ticket to attend the Centenary Gala Ball scheduled for 30 July 2022 at Leonda by the Yarra.

Thank you to the PFA for supporting this fantastic event, and a big thanks to the parent volunteers who assisted in setting up the event.

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April 8, 2022

Old grammarian adjudicates House Dance!

Dr Lisa Ellis has long been a supporter of ‘balance’. As a dancer, it is fundamental, as a human being – essential.

Last week Lisa (2008) returned to CGGS to assist with our House Dance adjudication. Many of our students have been inspired by Lisa’s pursuit of medicine (she is currently training to be a surgeon) whilst maintaining her Dance Prescription academy – a place for aspiring elite dancers to train under the informed guidance of Dr Ellis, who ensures they maintain peak physical and psychological fitness.

Lisa’s presence at our House event was greatly appreciated as she supplied considered feedback to all of the captains, along with her worldly perspective, “You have to upkeep doing the things that you love. Yes, because of balance, but mostly, because it makes you interesting. People want to work with interesting people.”

PFA Welcome Drinks

A fantastic night was had by all who attended the PFA Welcome Evening on Friday 25th March. There was excitement in the air as over 200 parents and staff from junior and senior school were immersed in a street festival themed event where they could finally socialise. Guests were entertained by live music, a roaming magician and hula-a hoop performer and enjoyed a variety of delicious food, cocktails and beverages.

Three very happy guests were the winners of the PFA Lucky Door Prize and received a $250 Red Balloon gift voucher.

The PFA were delighted to provide a great opportunity to unite the school community once again and looks forward to delivering many more events throughout the year.

Junior School Twilight Picnic  

A lovely night was had by all those who attended the JS Welcome Picnic last Friday evening.

It was wonderful to see so many smiling faces and children enjoying free play on the playgrounds and PFA climbing frame, using basketballs and skipping ropes. Children were also entertained by a Balloonologist and Face Painters.

Families enjoyed the food offerings from the PFA BBQ, pre-ordered meals from Pinwheel & Co or BYO picnics and were able to mingle and meet new families.

The PFA is always delighted to support this event and looks forward to bringing more events to the CGGS Community in the coming months.

Join us!

Book now to join CGGS mums, guardians and children at the annual Mother’s Day Breakfast.

This much loved event is a wonderful way to celebrate and say thank you to our amazing mums and special women in our lives. You will be seated with others from your daughter’s year level to enjoy a delicious breakfast. You may also be the recipient of one of the special Mother’s Day prizes.

Date: Thursday 5th May

Time:  7:00 – 8.30am

Venue: Barbara Sutton Hall (Senior School)

Tickets: Adults $25 / Child $20

RSVP:    Sunday 1st May

Ticket price includes delicious hot meal.

Book now to make sure you don’t miss out.

Thank you to the PFA!

All the above events spoken about in this section of todays CamNews are all made possible thanks to the hard work of the Parents & Friends Association.

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March 25, 2022

Dads Night Out a Huge Success!

The CGGS Dads Night Out was held last week at the Ramblers Ale Works in Hawthorn. It was wonderful to see so many dads and father figures from our senior and junior school communities enjoying a night out with CGGS friends.

This was a great opportunity for guests to reconnect, meet new dads and enjoy each other’s company over a quality ale at this fantastic new venue. Given it was St Patrick’s Day, there must have been a few green ales consumed!

Junior School Twilight Picnic – NEXT WEEK!

The Parents and Friends Association and Junior School staff look forward to welcoming all families to the Junior School Twilight Picnic. BYO picnic, drinks and a rug to this fun filled evening on Friday 1 April to see your CGGS friends and meet new families. Come together for a lovely evening of mingling with other Ormiston families while the children will be entertained by a Balloonologist and Face Painters and enjoy ball games and fee play.

The PFA BBQ will offer sausages, drinks and icy poles and Pinwheel & Co will provide delicious meals to pre order and collect on the night. The event will be held over two sessions to ensure adequate space for all families in the Early Learning and Junior School grounds.

EL3 – Year 3 / 4:30 – 6:00pm

Year 4 – Year 6 / 6:30 – 8:00pm

Please use the link below to register your family’s attendance and order your meals from Pinwheel & Co.

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March 11, 2022

Break the Bias – International Women’s Day

It was a delight to welcome back old grammarian, Gen Dohrmann (Simmons, 2006) as our guest speaker at the International Women’s Day assembly held on Tuesday 8th March to talk about this year’s theme #Breakthebias.

Gen spoke about her role as President of Women Sport Australia, a volunteer, not-for-profit body dedicated to making sport equitable. She spoke about the importance of supporting women in all sports from grassroots to professional and the significance of including men in these conversations. Gen encouraged everyone to take the gender equity sport pledge which asks people to commit to affirmative action to create equity for girls and women in sport. To make your pledge please click here https://www.womensportaustralia.com.au/takethepledge/

To view this fantastic presentation, please view the video here:

https://clickv.ie/w/dlvs

PFA Events are Back!!!

We are delighted to be able to finally hold functions again for the CGGS Community and hope to see you at the upcoming PFA events.

The PFA Welcome Evening

We would love to see parents from every year level across the school join us at this fun whole school complimentary event on Friday 25 March from 6:00 – 8:30pm.

Be entertained by live music and enjoy a variety of delicious food, cocktails, wine, beers and soft drink. You could be the winner of an amazing Lucky Door Prize!!

This will be a great opportunity to catch up with parents from your year level and meet others new to the school community.

Bookings are essential for catering purposes.

Dads Night Out
 
The CGGS Dads Group Committee invite you to join dads, uncles and grandads from the senior and junior school communities for the first Dads Night Out of 2022. 

The Dads Night Out will be held at the Ramblers Ale Works on Thursday 17 March from 7:00pm

This will be a great opportunity to reconnect, meet new dads and enjoy each other’s company over a quality ale at this fantastic new venue.

$30per person will provide finger food all night and a pint of beer.

Tickets can be purchased via the link below:

Junior School Twilight Picnic IS ON!!

The Parents and Friends Association and Junior School staff look forward to welcoming all families to the Junior School Twilight Picnic.

BYO picnic, drinks and a rug to this fun filled evening on Friday 1 April to see your CGGS friends and meet new families. The PFA BBQ will offer sausages, drinks and icy poles.

The event will be held over two sessions to ensure adequate space for all families in the Early Learning and Junior School grounds.

EL3 – Year 3 / 4:30 – 6:00pm

Year 4 – Year 6 / 6:30 – 8:00pm

We are looking forward to seeing you at one or all of these PFA events!!

PFA Friends of Sport support for House Athletics

The Friends of Sport parent volunteers were delighted to prepare and serve morning tea for CGGS staff at the recent House Athletics Carnival. Year 11 parents Tracey Tremewen and Kate Locke organised an amazing array of baked goods to energise and fulfil the staff during a busy day at the track.

If you would like to volunteer with the Friends of Sport please contact Susannah Jepson, Community Relationships Coordinator via jepsons@cggs.vic.edu.au

Join the PFA Committee at the Annual General Meeting

The Parents & Friends Association is committed to supporting the school and its amazing community.

Parent involvement is always welcomed. We aim to build a strong network and sense of community and would love you join this vibrant group of CGGS parent volunteers at a PFA event or meeting or volunteer on the Committee.

We are seeking nominations for positions on the PFA Executive and Committee and the 2022 Committee will be inducted at the upcoming Annual General Meeting on Tuesday 22 March at 7:30pm in the Junior School Hall.

All members of the CGGS community are warmly invited to attend the meeting, even you do not wish to nominate for a position.

Positions include: President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer and 6 committee member positions.

The term of these positions is one year with a maximum of 3years.

Learn more about the PFA Committee roles via the button below.

The Nomination Form is available via the tab below:

For more information about the PFA or the Committee roles contact Susannah Jepson, Community Relationships Coordinator for more information.

CONTACT   jepsons@cggs.vic.edu.au

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February 25, 2022

PFA Welcome Evening

The Parents and Friends Association (PFA) is delighted that our wonderful community will soon gather again and reconnect.

We have planned many fantastic events for the CGGS community throughout the year. Our first event for the year is the annual PFA Welcome Evening on Friday 25 March. After two years of limited social activity, we would love to see parents from every year level across the school join us at this fun whole school event. Be entertained by live music and enjoy a variety of delicious food, cocktails, wine, beers and soft drink.

This will be a great opportunity to catch up with parents from your year level and meet others new to the school community. More details about this event will be published in the Junior and Senior Weeklies.

Become involved in the PFA

The PFA welcomes all members of the CGGS community to be involved. Whether by attending events as a guest, volunteering or joining PFA meetings, we encourage everyone to take part and meet others in our wonderful school community.

The PFA Annual General Meeting will be held on Tuesday 22 March at 7:30pm in the Junior School Hall.

All members of the CGGS community are welcome to attend and we are seeking nominations for positions on the PFA Executive and Committee.

Positions include: Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer and general committee members.

Information on how to submit a nomination will be published in upcoming Junior and Senior School Weeklies.

For more information about the PFA:

Make sure you follow the PFA on Facebook.

Contact Susannah Jepson for more information about the Parents and Friends Association via pfa@cggs.vic.edu.au 

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February 11, 2022

Welcome to 2022 from the Parents & Friends Association

The Parents & Friends Association (PFA) is delighted that all students have returned to school after a well needed summer break.

It is wonderful to see their smiling faces and hear the joyful noises of laughter and play around the school grounds once again.

We have planned many fantastic events for the CGGS community throughout the year. We hope to be able to run them for both junior and senior school families and will be guided by the government and school health operation guidelines at the time.

The annual PFA Welcome Drinks that was scheduled in February will now be held on Friday 25 March. We look forward to seeing junior and senior parents at this fun, whole school event where we will all have the chance to mingle again and enjoy delicious food and beverages.

More details about this event will be published in upcoming Junior and Senior Weeklies.

The PFA welcomes all members of the CGGS community to become involved. Whether by attending events as a guest, volunteering or joining PFA meetings, we encourage everyone to take part and meet others in our wonderful school community.

For more information about the PFA:

Visit the PFA pages on the CGGS Website.

Make sure you follow the PFA on Facebook.

Contact Susannah Jepson for more information about the Parents and Friends Association via pfa@cggs.vic.edu.au  

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December 7, 2021

Centenary Time Capsule

As part of the school’s Centenary Celebrations, students and staff were invited to contribute to a time capsule which will be opened on the school’s 125th anniversary in 2045. After being presented to Ms Dunwoody at Senior School Assembly this week, it has been mounted in the breezeway outside the Fig Tree Café where it is hoped it will remain well protected from the elements!

In July 2020, Head of History Mr Ian Lyell, School Archivist Mrs Marian Jenkinson, and Community Programs and Events Coordinator Mrs Kate Daffy, delved into the 1995 time capsule which had been buried in the front garden as part of the 75th Anniversary celebrations. Sadly, during its internment, the seal on the small Perspex had been broken, meaning the contents were all water-damaged to varying degrees. Two audio cassettes, with interviews of Mr Abe Goldberg, a Holocaust survivor, and Mr Geoff Hannaford, a Vietnam War Veteran, were salvaged, with the contents digitised and transcribed. These have become part of the school archives. In 2021, two Year 11 History students, Maya Jones and Olivia Jones, re-interviewed Mr Goldberg and this interview will be included in the Centenary Time Capsule. 

To prepare the Centenary Time Capsule, students and staff from the Early Learning Centre, Junior School and Senior School were invited to submit artefacts which they felt captured the range of activities that take place at CGGS, what we value as a community, and what our hopes are for the future. Examples included copies of the books A Century of Stories and Holly Goes to Ormiston, recordings of Senior School Production, samples of Year 1 and Year 3 students’ work from our periods of remote learning, and many other photos, videos, documents and examples of student work. As most of the artefacts are electronic, they have been saved to a hard drive for inclusion. The artefacts chosen demonstrate the unique effect Covid-19 has had on our community, illustrating the way we have maintained the school’s traditions and sense of community even during periods of lockdown over the last two years, and how these activities reinforce our motto of Utilis in Ministerium (‘useful in service’).

We hope this time capsule will give those in 25 years’ time an insight into our school – the wonderful educational and co-curricular activities available, the caring and friendships, as well as a reminder of the difficulties we have all faced and overcome in the past two years.

Senior School Dad & Daughter Bowling & Pizza Night

After many attempts to hold this event, the CGGS Dads Group was delighted to finally hold the Senior School Dad & Daughter Bowling & Pizza Night last Friday evening.

Families from all senior levels came together for a fun night of bowling whilst dining on delicious pizza. Many new friendships were made as a friendly rivalry between dads and daughters caused much hilarity.

The CGGS Dads Group looks forward to hosting more events in 2022 where dads can network and meet other fathers from CGGS. There will also be fun activities in which dads can participate with their daughters.

For more information about the CGGS Dads Group contact Terry McAleenan (Year 10 Dad)

Terry.McAleenan@thefatheringproject.org

Christmas Wishes from the Parents and Friends Association

The PFA wishes all members of the CGS Community a joyous Christmas and a safe and relaxing holiday.

After another year interrupted by COVID restrictions, we were disappointed that our engagement with the CGGS community was limited and events could not be delivered.

We hope you all enjoyed your PFA Chocolate Gift and once again congratulate the winners of the PFA Lucky Hamper.

We look forward to welcoming you all back next year at the PFA Welcome Drinks on Friday 25 February 2022. This will be a fun night for parents to connect once again and celebrate our amazing CGGS Community.

Merry Christmas to you and your family…see you in 2022!!