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Posted: Tue 17 Oct 2017

Exhibiting in the public domain offers students a powerful forum for seeing their work in the context of others and within a broader theme. It also invites feedback from those viewing the works, which can be both motivating and empowering.


Our Year 11 Visual Art students certainly demonstrated their courage when they created art works for an exhibition at Kogar...

Posted: Tue 17 Oct 2017

Twenty-one Year 6 students are embracing the fine art of skateboarding. The inclusion of skateboarding to the Sports program is part of our aim at SGCS to offer our students sporting and fitness experiences that they may never have encountered before. The program which runs for the next seven weeks, is presented by Totem Skateboarding who use skateboarding as a vehicle to develop self-est...

Posted: Mon 9 Oct 2017

The Spring vacation saw many of our students spend time on campus in preparation for an exciting Term 4. Cast, band, crew and several SGCS Alumni were in rehearsals for two full days for ...

Posted: Fri 29 Sep 2017

Six SGCS teams were among a contingent of ninety teams from across Australia competing in the RoboCup Junior Australian 2017 Open Championships in Brisbane. ...

Posted: Fri 22 Sep 2017

On the final day of term our School community came together to formally farewell our Year 12 students and celebrate their thirteen years of schooling.

Posted: Fri 22 Sep 2017

Congratulations to Year 12 student Ben Meller for his nomination to ENCORE for his impressive music performance for the HSC. ENCORE is a prestigious event, featuring a select program of outstanding performances and compositions by students, across New South Wales, who studied music for their HSC.


Ben has had a love of music from a young age. He developed a passion for jazz and film music over the c...

Posted: Thu 21 Sep 2017

On Thursday the Junior School playground was awash with colour and joyful noise as students learnt the fine art of skipping. But it wasn’t all about having fun, the Junior School students were actively involved in raising funds for the Heart Foundation. This long-standing tradition of our School has seen tens of thousands of dollars raised for the Heart Foundation over many years.



Posted: Wed 20 Sep 2017

Starring in a musical is an exciting prospect, but when you raise the stakes by starring in a second musical, life must begin to feel even more exhilarating.


Three SGCS students chose this year to be involved in our upcoming Musical, Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat, as well as the production of Grease, with Southern Eastern Musicals.


Posted: Tue 19 Sep 2017

Our Skippers have once again returned from the National Championships with a clutch of medals and a desire to keep on improving.


Mrs Karen Binns, Jump Rope Coordinator reports:


Posted: Tue 19 Sep 2017

Year 12 Final Chapel is a time of celebration, reminiscing and some good-humoured banter. But today was extra special as Colin Buchanan made a surprise guest appearance!  


The closely guarded secret was revealed when Colin announced his arrival through a megaphone, and a guitar in hand as he hopped between the seated students onto the stage. The joy of the students at his appearance was loud a...