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We wish to thank everybody in the CGGS community who made a donation to the 2022 Annual Appeal. Thanks to your generosity we raised in excess of $180,000 – an amazing community effort!

We are particularly indebted to former student Val Dyke (1962), our generous donation matcher. Val whole-heartedly believes in a CGGS education and her greatest wish is to enable students to receive the same education and opportunities that she did.

We are absolutely delighted to confirm that as a result of the 2022 Annual Appeal, we will be offering two Means-Tested Scholarships in 2023 to students who otherwise could not come to CGGS.

We look forward to providing more details about these scholarships in the new year and launching our 2023 Annual Appeal.

Thank you once again to everybody who contributed to the success of the CGGS 2022 Annual Appeal.

Gingerbread Houses!

Ready for some Christmas fun! Purchase a gingerbread house kit to make with your family or give as a gift and support the CGGS Old Grammarians Association.

The Old Grammarians Association offers our departing Year 12 students the opportunity to network with other old grammarians. It is motivated to continue to develop links with the school by being active participants in the life of the school and work together to strengthen the past student’s network.

Our premium Gingerbread Kits contain everything required to build your festive gingerbread creation in one neat carry box, including:

  1. Gingerbread (walls and roof)
  2. Display board
  3. Sugar merry Christmas plaque
  4. Sugar figurines (Santa, snowman, tree)
  5. Piping bag
  6. Cello bag
  7. 500g royal icing (ready to make)
  8. 500g premium lollies
  9. Snow sugar
  10. Instruction sheet

Cost:  $60

Order by Friday 25th November for collection at CGGS on Friday 2nd December (students can collect on your behalf).  

Buy your gingerbread house via the button below.

Friends of Sports BBQ – House Swimming Carnival

On Thursday, 11th November the PFA Friends of Sports supported the Senior School House Swimming Carnival.  We thank this amazing group of parents for pivoting and moving their support to senior school to cook the BBQ. Students enjoyed the sausage sizzle and staff were treated to sausage as well.  

Year 7 New Parents’ Morning Tea

The PFA Committee welcomed new Year 7 parents this morning at Morning Tea as the new students from the Class of 2028 attended Year 7 Orientation.  It is encouraging to see a good number of parents express interests in learning more about and joining the PFA.


Today, Mrs. Dunwoody interviews Helena, Laura, and Charlotte, the masterminds behind the Secondary School Production artwork.

Secondary School

This week, we are reflecting on National Reconciliation Week, a time when stories, culture, and knowledge are shared.

Junior School

The Junior School Winter Warmth Appeal for 2024 has officially begun!

Connected Community

The PFA Trivia Night was a fantastic success, with parents and staff enjoying a colourful night.

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