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“My left brain is stronger than my right”; “I’m a visual learner”; “Did you know we don’t even use 90% of our brain?” In this blog, we seek to bust three common learning myths and help put the learning record straight.
Viruses, infectious diseases and the Sydney Morning Herald. Caitlin Abbott (2011) shares her passion for microscopy with her ability to communicate the complex by breaking down intellectual silos.
Another successful Infants Camp highlights strong community connections.
A well known face, James Bracey (2002) is a successful journalist and national television host, with a career that has taken him around the world.
A state-of-the art dance studio for Central Coast Grammar School sees students buzz with excitement as they rehearse their routines in the new space.
Students encouraged to Dream. Believe. Create. Succeed. These were the themes of the inaugural Year 10 Towards Leadership event at the end of 2018.
‘More powerful together’, the theme for International Women’s Day this year, has been embraced by the CCGS community, in a special breakfast to commemorate the global event.
The relationship with our students by no means ends when they walk out of the school grounds after their last exams. Three alumni recently caught up with CCGS staff whilst on a school sports tour to Japan.
An international reputation for innovation in education has seen Cambridge University include CCGS alongside 800 elite organisations recognised for their innovative practice.
In a marriage of classic artistic mediums with new virtual reality technology, Year 6 students are bringing whimsical ceramic creations to life in a virtual world.
As he retires from 37 years of teaching, John Clugston reflects on his time at CCGS, the teaching profession and shares some of the lessons he's learned.
Exceptionally strong 2018 HSC results have CCGS ranked at number 56 in the top 100 NSW schools (SMH), an improvement of 27 places from 2017.