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Posted: Tue 12 Jun 2018

Our Skippers are to be congratulated for their outstanding results at the 2018 National Skipping Championships in Canberra on 9-11 June.

 

Following on from the State competition, thirty-six students, alumni and fellow Team Australia skippers competed in the Nationals this year achieving the most successful results in eight years of competing in this event.

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Posted: Fri 8 Jun 2018

Our Beyond Ourselves program took a step into wonderland to celebrate ten years of mission to Vanuatu with a Mad Hatter themed community dinner.   

 

SGCS parents, students, staff and friends (both past and present) embraced the theme arriving with hats that fitted the brief of being wonderful, whimsical or downright awesome. A big shout out to the Infants Department who all came in matchin...

Posted: Tue 29 May 2018

Entrants to The Royal Easter Show Art and Craft Competitions expect their work to come under extraordinary scrutiny from the judges and the public.

 

Posted: Tue 22 May 2018

Mother’s Day Assembly at Junior School is an opportunity for our students to thank their mothers and the special women in their lives. This year’s event was no exception with a deep sense of thankfulness imbued throughout the program.

 

Mr Archer warmed up the crowd with a movie quiz featuring “mother and child” characters. Enthusiastic pa...

Posted: Sun 20 May 2018

Wade Bonhomme, Year 6, recently represented SGCS and Christian Independent Schools when he travelled to the country music capital of Tamworth to compete in the New South Wales Primary School Sports Basketball Association Championships.

 

In February, Wade was selected by CSSA to trial for the CIS representative basketball team. He was successful in gaining select...

Posted: Sun 20 May 2018

Joel Hieswanto, Year 6, has once again achieved a successful nomination to the CIS Representative Primary School Tennis Team.

 

Mr Rob Archer, SGCS Sports Teacher reported:

 

In early May, Joel travelled to Albury to compete in the NSWPSSA Tennis Championships, in which the CIS were invited to enter a team. This competition has a very high standard of...

Posted: Fri 18 May 2018

A dazzling autumn day heralded our first Open Day in our newly redeveloped Sans Souci Campus.

 

Parents, friends, extended family and guests had a taste of life at Infants with open classrooms and activities like music, sensory integration, robotics and jump rope.

 

The Kiddiepillar Inflatable provided much amusement with students entering via...

Posted: Tue 15 May 2018

Last week Olympic athlete, Eloise Wellings visited our School to share her wisdom about resilience with our Year 9 and Year 10 students. Eloise is keen to share her story of the importance of resilience in life as she is well versed with bearing the expectations of others, and herself, and with dealing with life’s disappointments....

Posted: Sat 12 May 2018

Our Infants Mother’s Day celebration is always a colourful affair. Mums joined their children in the classroom where they participated in activities like creating hand-made bath bombs, having a manicure, making hand-made cards and having their photo taken.

 

Gifts of love that the students had created in the lead-up to the event included colourful fascinators and photo frames. The fascinators d...

Posted: Fri 11 May 2018

Each year our SGCS Library embraces the celebratory nature of Star Wars on May 4th. The fourth of May is recognized internationally as Star Wars Day amongst its fans. The day was chosen for the pun on the catchphrase May The Force Be...