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PFA Welcome Evening

The Parents & Friends Association (PFA) was thrilled with the attendance at the PFA Welcome Evening on Friday 16 February 2024 with over 300 parents joining us for a fantastic evening. 

The weather was perfect, and guests enjoyed Asian fusion food, beverages, music and a special Lion Dance performance to continue celebrating the Lunar New Year. Parents had the opportunity to reconnect with friends, make new connections within the parent community and meet staff. We’d like to thank the PFA and our wonderful parent volunteers who assisted in setting up and decorating for the evening and those who worked at the bar. We really appreciated all your efforts, and it was a lovely evening for all those who attended.

Class of 1974 – 50 Year Reunion

Last Friday, we had the pleasure of hosting the Class of 1974 at their 50-year reunion. An intimate group was taken on a tour of the school by Year 11 students Ency and Isabel, followed by a sit-down lunch. They also had a chance to stroll down memory lane while browsing through archival photos and memorabilia. The event was a great success and everyone had a wonderful time.

Moonlight Movie Night

Please join us at this family friend event, designed to bring the whole family together.

The PFA are hosting pre-movie festivities which include food, beverages and fun activities. Then the whole family can sit down to enjoy the family classic Minions: The Rise of Gru (PG)

Saturday 16 March
Pre-movie festivities: 5.30pm – 7.45pm
Movie screening: 8.00pm – 9.30pm
Book your tickets to attend:

To ensure the evening is a success, we are seeking volunteers to work at our food, beverage and activity stalls. We are also seeking donations to support our activity stalls.

We need volunteers on the night. Please click the button below and sign up for a shift at a stall or activity. All volunteers will need to have a current Working With Children Check.

We warmly invite families to donate the following items to our carnival game stalls.

Years ELC 3 to Year 2
> Chocolate Bars for the Choc Toss Stall (NO NUTS)

Years 3 – 6
> Small prizes for the game and activity stalls
Examples: pens, fidgets, bracelets, balls, slime, skipping ropes, bouncy balls, art & craft supplies, gel pens, stationery, hair accessories etc

Secondary School
>Lucky Jar Stall

We ask for donations of clean jars (been through the dishwasher) of various sizes and filled with wrapped items such as lollies, chocolate or small treats. (NO NUTS)

Donations can be dropped into either the Junior School Reception or Student Services at the Secondary School.

We ask all families to donate home made cakes, biscuits, muffins or other baked items to our Cake Stall.

Instructions for the Cake Stall are below, as well as suggested recipes.

PFA General Meeting

The Parents and Friends Association (PFA) consists of both Junior and Secondary School parents who value the importance of volunteering.

The objective of the PFA is to provide CGGS parents and friends with opportunities to contribute to the school, enhancing the development and educational opportunities for students. 

You are invited to join the PFA General Meeting:

All members of the CGGS community are warmly invited to attend the meeting.

Meeting Details:
Date: Tuesday 5 March
Time: 7.30pm – 9.00pm
Venue: Library, Junior School

or via Microsoft Teams

Click here to join the meeting

Meeting ID: 498 414 235 143
Passcode: zLASes

Download Teams | Join on the web

Join with a video conferencing device

Video Conference ID: 132 536 263 0

Want more information about the PFA?

Visit the PFA pages on the CGGS Website

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Contact the Parents and Friends Association via  


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