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Posted: Fri 14 Sep 2018

It was a beautiful-blue-skied day for our fifth annual Open Doors Day.


Open Doors Day is a student-led awareness day focused on supporting persecuted Christians throughout the world.  This annual event was organized by the Beyond Ourselves student team for Years 9 -12.


Posted: Fri 14 Sep 2018

In the approach to the end of term, Middle School students decided to let their hair down….all for a good cause of course.


The students participated in Crazy Hair Day on Friday 14 September to raise awareness and funds to help in the fight against cystic fibrosis.


Cystic Fibrosis Australia (CFA) states: 


Posted: Wed 12 Sep 2018

Book Week celebrations continued this week with Year 4 students celebrating the acclaimed book ‘Mopoke’.


The book by Philip Bunting won the Children’s Book Council’s Picture Book of the Year – 2018.


The author, Philip Bunting explains:


Posted: Wed 12 Sep 2018

Our Design and Think Space in Junior School has been inundated with new robots, as we work to to expand our School’s Robotics Program.


Dash and Dot and their clones were welcomed by our students this week. The students were very keen to see what these robots could do, and within a very short time the robots were moving around the room on command.


Posted: Tue 11 Sep 2018

Our 16th Evening of Fine Music featured big sounds and moments of serendipity from our talented cohort of Year 3 to Year 12 students. Ensemble groups interspersed with solo items, performances by the Junior School Choir and several jazz numbers by the SGCS Stage Band made for a memorable evening of entertainment.


Posted: Mon 10 Sep 2018

Innovation is seeing what everybody else has seen and thinking what nobody has thought.



Albert Szent-Györgyi von Nagyrápolt

Nobel Prize in Physiology/Medicine 1937

Discoverer of Vitamin C 


Posted: Sun 9 Sep 2018

The Australian Curriculum places emphasis on sustainability as a priority for study that connects and relates relevant aspects of content across learning areas and subjects.


During Term 2, Year 3 students at St George Christian School completed an educational unit in English and Visual Arts with a focus on conservation and the protection of migratory shorebirds...

Posted: Fri 7 Sep 2018

Congratulations to Jana Markopoulos (Year 6) who was successful in being selected to represent the Combined Independent Schools Primary girl’s hockey team. This is an outstanding achievement as the selections are always very competitive. Her CIS hockey team competed at the NSWPSSA Girls Hockey State Championships from 26-28 June. Jana is a rising star in hockey and represented SGCS...

Posted: Tue 4 Sep 2018

Animation is a familiar concept to most young children as they are exposed to it through a variety of mediums including social media, television, apps, movies and video games. This familiarity with animation was recently harnessed by our Year 4 students to help them bring their own characters to life as part of our annual Animation Day.


Working together in smal...

Posted: Tue 4 Sep 2018

What makes a man strong?


Our Infants students have been considering this question in the lead up to Father’s Day.


Last Friday our youngest students welcomed the important men in their lives into their world of learning. But first there was breakfast, and what a glorious day to start the morning with a hot barbeque breakfast with family an...