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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.
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. 
Children and technology
Tik Tok. Coding. Snapchat. Robots. iPads. Laptops. Green screen. You Tube. Today’s ‘screenager’ is never too far away from a device – how do you manage the balance?
CCGS: Judith Price - Archibald Prize
Art teacher, Mrs Judith Price shares her passion for the environment and art in her Archibald Prize entry.
CCGS: Meet our new Head of Languages
A language teacher since 2005, Mr Aaron McLuckie is a Central Coast local, born and bred. Graduating with a BA in Japanese and Indonesian, a Diploma of Education and a Diploma in Modern Languages (Mandarin), Mr McLuckie’s love of languages is infectious. We caught up the new Head of Languages at CCGS to discover more.
CCGS: Alumni Ricardo Bardon
CCGS alumni Ricardo Bardon (2001) shares his journey into radio where he researches, writes and produces some of Australia's most popular talkback programs on the air.
CCGS: Next Generation Learners in action in Middle School
We step into Middle School to see how English and Commerce is helping develop skills needed for the future.
CCGS: Getting ready to start school
What does school readiness mean and when should my child start school? We share our top tips to help your child be ready for Kindergarten.
CCGS: Alumni Matthew Graham
Past student Matthew Graham (2012) awarded for commitment to his community and sport.
CCGS staff Yoko Bloore and Mark Steele retire
With 80 years of teaching between them, we asked Yoko and Mark to reflect on their careers at CCGS, the teaching profession and share some of the lessons they have learnt along the way!
CCGS: Class of 2019 reap rewards in HSC
Dedication, focus and balance were three key priorities resulting in one third of students achieving an ATAR over 90.
Student and teacher: NAPLAN 5 year study
We are proud to announce that our Year 5 students rank amongst the State’s very best in an independent study of five years of NAPLAN results 2014-2018.