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Posted: Fri 15 Dec 2017

The end of year is a natural time for reflection, to acknowledge others and give thanks for their services. At our Junior School Presentation Assembly, two SGCS students and an SGCS teacher were presented with Children Week Awards from Ms Julie Hourigan Ruse, Chief Executive Officer of Fams.

 

Posted: Fri 15 Dec 2017

Our newly minted Year 12 Visual Arts students took a break from the art studio to attend a private screening of Loving Vincent.

 

The animated film brings the paintings of artist Vincent Van Gogh to life, to retell his life story. The film is an exceptional work as every one of the 65 000 fra...

Posted: Wed 29 Nov 2017

Sometimes it takes a child to give us insight in what really matters in life. Yesterday’s annual Christmas Concert was a spectacular show that started with creation and ended with salvation. A welcome message during this busy time of year.

 

Year 2 set the creation scene as glittering suns and stars, twirling and whirling on stage to dramatic Irish music. T...

Posted: Tue 28 Nov 2017

To celebrate the end of a productive and creative two years in the Multimedia Stage 5 course, our Year 10 Multimedia class left the classroom to attend a three-day excursion to the Gold Coast, where they attended the Warner Bros, Movie World and Sea World Theme Parks. 

Posted: Tue 28 Nov 2017

Talented Year 12 student Roberta Karamyan has completed her schooling on a high with the news that her major work has been selected for ARTEXPRESS 2018....

Posted: Sun 26 Nov 2017

Recently our newly elected prefects were given the opportunity to be part of a pilot program presented by the Office of the eSafety Commissioner.

 

The pilot program was designed to empower students to become digital leaders within their communities and provide them with resources and skills to positively affect the digital culture within their own environment.

 

Posted: Fri 24 Nov 2017

In a week full of concerts, formals and presentations there was a quieter but just as important, event that took place on Friday morning. 

 

Every day our School is blessed by people who selflessly give their time to support students in their education and development. We are so thankful for the willingness of a number of parents, friends and retirees who serve the School in this way.

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Posted: Wed 22 Nov 2017

Twilight Instrumentals was a beautiful way to cap a glorious blue-skied day in Sydney. This year’s show saw an extraordinary sixty performances by students in Years 3 to Years 11.

 

The performances covered a wide musical spectrum featuring popular numbers, classical pieces, nursery rhymes, movie themes and a soulful rendition of the hymn All Glory Be t...

Posted: Wed 22 Nov 2017

As the Eiffel Tower is to France and Big Ben is to England, the Opera House and Harbour Bridge of Sydney are two of Australia’s global identifiers. As part of their studies investigating Australian icons, our Year 2 students recently took a tour of Sydney city where they saw a plethora of famous natural and built landmarks.

 

Posted: Fri 17 Nov 2017

There are short-cuts to happiness, and dancing is one of them.

Vicki Baum – Author

 

Daniel Beyner (Year 4) has a spring in his step this week after placing 3rd in his division at the 2017 East Coast Classic National Ballroom Championships in Blacktown.

 

Daniel and his dance partner were put through their pace...