The Parents & Friends Association welcomes all families to 2023 and extends a very warm welcome to new families.
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 10 February at 6.30pm.
All PFA events, activities and meetings will be publicised on the school website and in the Junior and Senior School Weeklies, please be on the lookout for these.
The PFA invites all parents and guardians to join staff at our annual Welcome Evening – Spanish Soiree.
Join us and enjoy Spanish food and beverages, Spanish music and flamenco dancing.
Friday 10 February 2023
6.30pm – 8.30pm
Secondary School Oval
The event is complimentary but please RSVP for catering purposes via the button below.
The first PFA meeting for 2022 was held last night. There was an amazing turn out and it was fantastic to see several new to CGGS parents getting involved. The meeting was abuzz with discussions about all the upcoming exciting events this term.
Visit the PFA pages on the CGGS Website, like us on Facebook or email us on email@example.com
The Parents & Friends Association was proud to support the Year 7 Parents Welcome Morning Tea on Friday 27 January.
At the conclusion of the badge ceremony where the new students were inducted into Year 7 at CGGS, the parents were invited to a morning tea to get to know each other and meet CGGS staff. The morning tea was well attended and there was an amazing atmosphere of excitement and anticipation of a great year ahead
The President of the PFA, Terry McAleenan welcomed parents and encouraged all to become involved in the school community benefitting all students and creating a wonderful environment for them to thrive. As Terry says, “it takes a village to raise our children” and what a wonderful village we have.
We welcomed two old grammarians back to the school, Andrea Brown (Cohen, 1984) and Dorinda Bonanno (De Forest, 1984), Head Prefect of 1984.
Both Andrea and Dorina were delighted to have a tour of the school on Friday 27th January.
Dorinda was visiting from America and was keen to see how the school had changed since leaving in 1984. Andrea and Dorinda had a wonderful time reminiscing about their time and CGGS and were both impressed with all the changes to the school.
It is always wonderful to reconnect with our old grammarians and they are always welcome back at the school.