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Rebound, touchdown, tap and ruck. Touch Football has made its way to the CCGS fields. 
Leadership opportunities start early at CCGS. We chat with our CCGS Head Prefects to learn a bit more about them and discover their own personal path to leadership.
It's one of the toughest international thinking programs in the world. Discover how the CCGS team came up with amazing solutions to global future problems.
It’s seen as an essential skill in the modern workplace and in modern life but how is digital literacy making its mark in the classroom?
On the field, on the court and on the track. What a busy and rewarding season of sport with CCGS bringing home Champion School titles.
150 students. 300 costumes. A 90 cast ensemble. 100 mins in makeup and 20 second costume changes. Plus making people actually fly?!
Imagine being presented with a challenge – a complex moral or ethical issue that challenges the world you live in. Now imagine you had to solve that problem through the arts. You need to present your solution through drama. That’s exactly what a group of six students from Years 7 to 10 did recently in Tournament of Minds.
triple j radio presenter, entertainer, comedian. Bryce Mills (2012) shares his journey to broadcasting, the Sydney Comedy Festival and interviewing the Hon Malcolm Turnbull MP. Bryce shows us that persistence and creating opportunities for yourself is key.
At the heart of CCGS’s strategic plan is Next Generation Learners, education guided by real world interests, curiosity and experimentation. But how does this translate in terms of the classroom and how does this prepare students for the world that lies ahead? We head into Junior School to see NGL in action.
A love for all things rubbish. James Lawson (1992) loves everything there is to love about waste. From recycling to building a circular economy, James' passion for sustainable waste management has seen him travel the globe, become a Churchill Fellow, lead local council waste management plans and win leadership awards.
Wellbeing. In today’s busy modern and rapidly changing world, emotional wellness is just as important as academics. That’s why student wellbeing is a core focus of CCGS’s Next Generation Teaching and Learning Strategic Plan.
A jazz scholarship, wins at Sydney Eisteddfod and the coveted Ku-ring-gai Philharmonic Orchestra Players’ award. CCGS musicians continue to impress and delight.