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CCGS students thank people in the community
Students from K to 12 come together and say thank you to those who have helped during COVID-19.
Senior school students to benefit from dynamic new college
A new Senior College hub will open Semester 1 2021 featuring a study centre, common room, careers, administration and state of the art classrooms.
CCGS: Drama production Animal Farm
One of the most influential and ground-breaking novels in English literature performed by senior Drama students.
CCGS remote in action
CCGS remote in action aims to capture life as we know now - the day to day of schooling in a new remote learning environment.
CCGS: ANZAC Day
CCGS students come together to celebrate the spirit of the ANZAC.
CCGS Virtual Easter Hat Parade
Students from K to 12 rally together to celebrate Easter with virtual selfies.
CCGS: Holidays at home
We're compiled some of our top boredom busters from families that can work for any age from Kindy to Year 12.
CCGS rolls out full scale remote learning
The greatest change in one day since the foundation of the school and a fundamental paradigm shift in teaching, learning and student wellbeing, CCGS moves to remote learning.
John Bell, speaks to CCGS Students
With an incredible career and major influence on Australian theatre, John shares his life lessons with students.
CCGS Kate Sonter Head of Technology and Creative Arts
With over 21 years experience, Mrs Kate Sonter, Head of Technology and Creative Arts at CCGS shares how technology can help innovate, create and solve global real-world problems.
CCGS students band together to raise funds for bushfire relief
Students band together to help rebuild lives and raise funds for bushfire relief.
Mr Steve Gill - History - CCGS
After 39 years of teaching and inspiring the historians of the future, Steve Gill reflects on his time at CCGS, the teaching profession and shares some of the lessons he's learned.