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Posted: Wed 14 Nov 2018

One night, two concerts, sixty-seven performances! Twilight Instrumentals has indeed grown from its humble beginnings in 2013. Those who attended the concert would no doubt agree that the standard of music has also risen to new heights....

Posted: Wed 14 Nov 2018

The creative talents of Year 12 Class of 2018 student Jennifer Hampson have again been recognised with a nomination to Shape 2018. Shape 2018 is the annual NESA exhibition featuring a selection of exemplary Major Projects developed by HSC Design and Technology, Industrial Technology and Textiles and Design students. 


Posted: Wed 14 Nov 2018

At SGCS our teachers are continually seeking to improve our teaching and learning practices.

Posted: Wed 14 Nov 2018

Congratulations to Year 12 students Georgia Clark and Jennifer Hampson for their nomination to Texstyle. 


Texstyle is a prestigious annual exhibition, featuring a selection of outstanding Major Textiles Projects developed by HSC Textiles and Design students. Both students created impressive wearable garments for their Major Works.


Posted: Thu 25 Oct 2018

Nature is a constant source of inspiration. Our Years 9 and 10 Visual Arts students and Year 10 Multimedia students found inspiration indeed when they journeyed to Cockatoo Island. The UNESCO world-heritage-listed island sits in the middle of Sydney Harbour and has a rich and varied history of convicts, shipping and industry.



Posted: Mon 22 Oct 2018

Our SGCS Concert Band and Stage Band recently took to the road to visit and perform at four schools west of Sydney.


The 30 band members represented year groups from Years 6-11. The band tour included performances, workshops and the acquisition of roadie skills as the tour required four set ups and packs ups, all in different locations.The tour was also an...

Posted: Fri 19 Oct 2018

Our Year 12 Class of 2018 Visual Arts students, Matisse Whyte and Claire Bryan-Ellis received some very good news prior to their HSC exams. Their major works have been selected to feature in the HSC Art Rules Exhibition at Hazelhurst Arts Centre, Gymea!


The Exhibition will feature...

Posted: Fri 19 Oct 2018

Jake Rutkowski (Year 4) has had a meteoric ascension to the world stage of Go Kart racing. In his first year of Go Kart racing he won the Club Championship for 2017.

In his second year of racing he set his sights on winning the Rotax Pro Tour, which is a nationally recognised Karting series that offers the highest level of competition in Australia to owners of a Rotax 125 MA...

Posted: Fri 19 Oct 2018

Year 3 students were challenged to identify the location of an international school as part of the Windows to the World Global Project. The Project encourages students across the world to share their own experiences and interact with peers in an online environment.


Posted: Tue 16 Oct 2018

During the Spring vacation fourteen SGCS students travelled to Melbourne for the Australian Open National RoboCupJr Championships at the Melbourne Function Centre and Tennis HQ. They were accompanied by a great cheer squad of parents, coaches and Mrs Karen Binns, SGCS Robotics Coordinator and Mr Wilson Cheng, ICT Manager.


The competition involved over six hundr...