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Posted: Fri 11 Aug 2017

This year SGCS earned over fifty medals at the State Skipping Championships held at Olympic Park on the weekend of 5-6 August 2017.  

 

Mrs Karen Binns, SGCS Jump Rope Coordinator reports:

 

Posted: Fri 11 Aug 2017

Celebrating Science Week with an interactive murder mystery certainly encouraged a love of science for our ever-curious Middle School students.

 

Posted: Fri 11 Aug 2017

Our Year 11 Business Studies class headed off to Wollongong recently to see the Bluescope Steelworks factory. It was an early start but well worth with a day filled with discovery and culinary delights ahead. ahead.

 

Sam Payne and Tiffany Zwanink reported:

 

Posted: Thu 10 Aug 2017

A whole day of Mathematics may not be high on everyone’s Life List, but Middle School’s annual Maths Day proves that it should be.

 

This week our Year 8 students immersed themselves in Maths Day with enthusiasm, energy and perseverance.

 

Posted: Wed 2 Aug 2017

Connecting with professional artists is a wonderful way to develop your own artistic practice.  Our Year 11 Visual Arts Studentsrecently enjoyed an onsite, one day artist workshop with well-renown Australian artists, Steve Lopes and Amanda Penrose Hart.

 

Our one day artist workshop featured an In Conversation segment with the artists, a hands-on workshop an...

Posted: Wed 26 Jul 2017

Today we welcomed to our School the Federal Minister for Education the Hon. Simon Birmingham MP and our local Federal Member for Banks the Hon. David Coleman MP.

 

Posted: Tue 25 Jul 2017

Mrs Karen Binns IT Teacher/Integrator was recently featured in the St George Leader for her achievement of receiving the International Society for Technology in Education Making It Happen Award. This Award recognises her efforts to implement technology into schools.

 

Posted: Mon 24 Jul 2017

It’s been an exciting start to the term for National Robotics Champions and SGCS students Peter Tyas (Year 10) and Tommy Ramsay (Year 9) who are presently enjoying Japan’s fourth most populated city Nagoya. The pair are representing Australia at the International RoboCup in the Rescue Division.

 

After an intense period of preparation during the July holidays, Peter and Tommy experienced...

Posted: Sat 24 Jun 2017

A little library popped up in the Middle School courtyard last week as part of a series of events in the lead up to Children’s Book Week. This unconventional library was another exciting way in which our Librarians are encouraging a love of reading and books among our students.

 

Mrs Barbara Orrock, Librarian said:

   We are always looking for new ways to engage our student...

Posted: Fri 23 Jun 2017

Middle School students styled, tizzed, coloured and decorated their hair in the most creative and wacky ways all in support of Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. This annual Crazy Hair Day has become a stalwart in the School calendar with both students and staff participating in the event.