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Headmaster OCGA 50 Year Lunch Mother’s Day NAPLAN Mid-Year Concert Duke of Edinburgh Presentation

Chess Australia Regional Final

Middle School

CAT Competition

Year 8 Math’s Games Day BODi Day NAPLAN Chess Competition Violin Performance by Richard Lui Winter Sport William Angliss Dinner

Junior School

NAPLAN Testing Week Lost Property

Dates Ahead

Sport Sports Academy Music Careers Calendar Support Groups Links to Flyers

Edition 49, 10 May 2019

From the Acting Headmaster OCGA 50 Year Lunch Last Sunday I attended the Old Camberwell Grammarians’ lunch in the Camberwell Room for past students who graduated at least 50 years ago. Over 140 people were in attendance, and it was wonderful to meet so many of our most senior community members once more, and to share their memorable times at school, and their lives since. The afternoon demonstrated clearly that friendships made at school can continue throughout all our lives. It was a pleasure to welcome the graduating class of 1969 into the 50 year club. I am grateful to the OCGA and Mr Ryan Whitehead and his Development Office team for their work in preparing this wonderful lunch. I am also looking forward to joining our (2009) Old Boys at tonight’s 10 Year Reunion.

Mother’s Day This morning I had the pleasure in joining our Junior School staff and students to celebrate Mother’s Day with the mums from Pre-Prep to Year 5. The boys were very excited to be able to share a breakfast and a warm drink with their mum before school. Many thanks to our Friends of Norge for their wonderful organisation and hard work to set up such a special and enjoyable morning. May I wish all the mothers of our community the warmest of greetings and well wishes and hope your Mother’s Day this coming Sunday is a very enjoyable day.

NAPLAN Next week our students in Years 3, 5, 7 and 9 will be sitting compulsory annual NAPLAN tests in reading writing conventions of language (spelling, grammar and punctuation) and numeracy. NAPLAN tests provide parents and schools with an understanding of how individual students are performing at the time of the tests, and are just one aspect of our School’s assessment and reporting process; they do not replace ongoing assessments made by our teachers about your son’s performance. Further information for parents regarding NAPLAN can be found in a brochure attached to this Bulletin or visit NAPLAN online at nap.edu.au.

Mid-Year Concert – Thursday 30 May, 7.30pm Our Music School is busily finalising their preparations for the Mid-Year Concert, to be held on Thursday 30 May in the Performing Arts Centre. As always, the evening promises to be a most entertaining one. Over 400 of our students in Junior, Middle and Senior School will be performing on the evening. I encourage all members of the School community to support these very talented students. I am looking forward to enjoying and sharing with you another wonderful evening of music! Tickets will be available from 7.00pm tonight on the following link: www.trybooking.com/BCPZU. Further details are included in a flyer attached to this Bulletin.

Duke of Edinburgh Presentation The Duke of Edinburgh Awards are about individual choices and setting goals to improve oneself with the support and guidance of people skilled in those areas. The components and areas that can be chosen are physical recreation, skill, service and adventurous activity; with satisfactory completion being awarded to candidates having displayed commitment and improvement in each activity. It was my pleasure at yesterday’s Assembly to present Nicholas Wade (Year 10) his Bronze Award.

Camberwell Grammar School 55 Mont Albert Road Canterbury Victoria 3126 T +61 3 9835 1777 registrar@cgs.vic.edu.au www.cgs.vic.edu.au

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Chess Australia Regional Final Two Camberwell Grammar chess teams participated in a Chess Australia Regional Final last Monday at Marcellin College. Over 30 teams participated, with our teams coming second and sixth. Congratulations to Oliver Papillo (Year 12), Ken Weeraratne (Year 10), Eugene Goh (Year 9), Kayson Wang (Year 9) and Cedric Fun (Year 9) for being awarded the Silver medal and further congratulations to Kayson Wang for being named second best chess player on the day. Both teams have now qualified for the State Final later in the year. Anyone interested in joining the School chess squad and competing in future competitions should see either Mr Paul Double or Oliver Papillo for more information. Rob French, Acting Headmaster


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Middle School

Headmaster

Computational and Algorithmic Thinking (CAT) Competition

OCGA 50 Year Lunch

At the end of Term 1, all Middle School students participated in the Computational and Algorithmic Thinking (CAT) Competition. This is the third year that CGS has participated in this competition and the problems test students’ ability to follow rules, use logic, and to identify and apply algorithms, which can identify computer programming potential. The results have now been returned and there were several outstanding performances. Eight Middle School students achieved High Distinctions, meaning they were among the highest achievers in Australia for their year level: Year 6: Tomas O’Brien, Nicholas Wang, Kye Yoshimura Year 7: Tony Zhang Year 8: Marcus Lim, Lachlan Nguyen, Isaac Tan, Thomas Yang There were also many students who achieved Distinctions and Credits and these certificates will be handed out in Maths classes. Well done to all students for their efforts.

Mother’s Day NAPLAN Mid-Year Concert Duke of Edinburgh Presentation Chess Australia Regional Final

Middle School CAT Competition

Year 8 Math’s Games Day BODi Day NAPLAN Chess Competition Violin Performance by Richard Lui Winter Sport

Year 8 Math’s Games Day Next Monday 13 May, Middle School Mathematics Coordinator Mr Mark Mews will take the following group of boys to Scotch College to compete in the Year 8 Math’s Games Day. We wish them well in their endeavours: Owen Henderson, Shivansh Kakkar, Abhinav Gujjari, Andy Congshen, Ming Zhou, Tom Nguyen, Jet Chao and William Zhang.

William Angliss Dinner

BODi Day

NAPLAN Testing Week

Next Thursday Year 7 will take part in the inaugural BODi Day (By Our Deeds Inquiry). The boys will learn about balancing their lifestyle, nutrition, exercise and relaxation. The day will also include Boot Camp, Spin, Yoga, Pilates and Tai Chi.

Junior School Lost Property Dates Ahead

Sport Sports Academy Music Careers Calendar Support Groups Links to Flyers

NAPLAN Year 7 families should have received information about NAPLAN which will take place next week. If more information is required, please contact the Middle School Office.

Chess Competition Congratulations to Minh Tran (Year 7) for his part in our second place (out of 30 teams) in the Marcellin College Chess Competition. Minh was the only representative from the Middle School. The team now qualifies for the State School Championships.

Violin Performance Well done to Richard Liu (Year 8) who performed a beautiful violin piece at the Middle School Assembly last Monday. The piece was entitled ‘Polish Caprice’ by Grazyna Bacewicz.

Winter Sport Well done to all boys who represented the School last weekend. A special mention to the Intermediate 7/8 Hockey Team, which managed to restrict their opposition to three goals despite having half as many players as the opposition, due to illness. It was a very courageous effort that displayed exceptional grit and teamwork for such an early stage of the season.

William Angliss Dinner A reminder about the William Angliss Dinner on Thursday 16 May. This night is provided especially for parents of Middle School boys and is always a great occasion. The guest speaker will be Mr Steven Dupon, Founding Director of the Institute of Games, an organisation that helps families manage video games in the home. Tickets can be booked here www.trybooking.com/BBXID. Troy Stanley, Head of Middle School

Junior School NAPLAN Testing Week Year 3 and 5 boys will be undertaking the National Assessment Program – Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) on 14 to 17 May. Each phase of the Assessment will be conducted at the beginning of the day or in the block between recess and lunch. To assist in preparing the boys for their day we would like to ask that they get a reasonable night’s sleep and a hearty breakfast. Preparation for NAPLAN has been ongoing and the boys are familiar with the format of the testing and the writing genre that is being assessed this year. However, if you have any concerns about your son’s readiness, the assessment or any aspect of the week please contact the class teacher.

Lost Property Junior School lost property is in yellow tubs just inside Junior School Reception on the left hand sidewall. When items are clearly named they are returned to boys immediately or by the end of each week. Page 2


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Headmaster OCGA 50 Year Lunch Mother’s Day NAPLAN Mid-Year Concert Duke of Edinburgh Presentation

Chess Australia Regional Final

Middle School

CAT Competition

Year 8 Math’s Games Day BODi Day NAPLAN Chess Competition Violin Performance by Richard Lui Winter Sport William Angliss Dinner

Junior School

NAPLAN Testing Week Lost Property

Dates Ahead

Sport Sports Academy Music Careers Calendar Support Groups Links to Flyers

Unfortunately, many items are unnamed. In the cooler weather boys often discard jackets while playing and forget to pick them up. In order to ensure lost uniform is returned to the owner and to save parents the expense of replacing items we urge you to clearly name everything. Please also ensure you re-name any items from the PLUS shop. You are welcome to check lost property periodically; you might find the other shoe that mysteriously disappeared! Diane Collins, Deputy Head of Junior School

Dates Ahead Monday Tuesday Wednesday Friday Thursday

13 May 14 - 17 May 15 May 17 May 30 May

Pre-Prep NGV Excursion, 8.45am to 12 noon NAPLAN Testing Week, Year 3 and 5 Year 2 Hosts Assembly – Music and Movement Centre Year 2 Melbourne Museum and iMax Excursion, 8.50am to 2.30pm Mid Year Concert, PAC, 7.30pm

Howard Kelly, Head of Junior School

Sport

The Winter season is underway and it was fantastic to see our students participating in the wide range of sports and activities we offer. Well done to Julian Lim (Year 7) who won the first round of School’s League Fencing at the State Fencing Centre in North Melbourne last Sunday. He won the Junior Men’s Division, defeating opponents from Years 7, 8 and 9. This follows his outstanding performance in New Zealand recently where he won the U15 Oceania Championship for Fencing. Best wishes to Lewis Clarke, Cody Greenwood, Gregory Kerdemelidis and Yanning Zhang (all Year 9) who are representing the School and the AGSV at Swimming Victoria’s Victorian School Associations Competition on Monday 13 May at Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre. The Sport Department likes to recognise the sporting achievements of our students. Please let us know if your son accomplishes such things as gaining selection in a state or national representative team or performs well in representative events. The highlight reels from both the summer season and swimming championships are now available on the AGSV YouTube channel for staff, students and families to enjoy. Click here to view the video on Youtube. A reminder that while students are made aware of fixtures at Friday Sport Meetings, they can be accessed on the Parent Portal as well. The Uniform Booklet can also be found on the Portal. Please ensure your son is wearing the appropriate uniform for their sport. For enquiries regarding anything to do with Sport or to give notification of absences, please email dos@cgs.vic.edu.au.

SPORT REPORT The First XI soccer team hosted their first home game of the season with an encounter against Mentone. Forwards Lachlan Waycott (Year 11) and Chris Han (Year 12) were able to get behind Mentone’s defence thanks to great through balls by Jasper Guthrie (Year 12); however, neither were able to get reward for their efforts on the scoreboard. Two unfortunate goals around half-time put Camberwell on the back foot with less than a half to play. Much to the team’s credit the boys were able to stick to their game plan and slowly work their way back, eventually scoring with only eight minutes to go. Minutes later, a lethal left-foot goal by Tristan Patsiotis (Year 12) meant the team finally equalised, the game finishing 2-2. The 10A hockey team kicked started their season with a tight win against PEGS. From the start of the match, it was obvious both teams were evenly matched, and scoring would not be easy to come by. PEGS scored first; however, Camberwell were able to quickly respond thanks to great ball movement across the wings and positioning by Christian Rogan (Year 10), who tapped the ball in. A superb couple of goals by Nicholas Robinson (Year 10) saw Camberwell take a 3-1 lead heading into half-time. The second half was not as successful as the first, but great defensive efforts from the team meant Camberwell came away with a victory. Round 2 of the AGSV Cross Country season was hosted by Mentone at the Braeside park course. Camberwell consolidated their strong showing at the first race with another impressive performance, leading to an overall third place for the day. The senior boys were once again led home by Tom Bowers (Year 11), who was the third runner home and is now leader of the entire Year 11 competition. He received strong support from Patrick Canny (Year 11) and Jack Amling (Year 12) who solidified Camberwell’s third place finish. The intermediates were boosted by the return of Lachlan Wei (Year 9) and along with strong running from Colby Gale (Year 9), John Williams (Year 10) and Jimmy Smith (Year 10), the team finished a close fourth. The juniors were led by impressive performances from Harrison Car (Year 7), Jack Dobbyn (Year 8) and Daniel Chen (Year 7), as well as Kadell and Orlando Kuti (both Year 7) who finally received reward for their hard work at training. Strong efforts from the team overall saw the Juniors also finish in third position.  This now places Camberwell in third on the AGSV premiership table, the highest ranking the team has enjoyed in many years. The Inter-C Gold soccer team finished with a tight one-all draw in a close contest with Trinity. A lucky bounce gifted Trinity the first goal of the game; however, Camberwell continued to persist as they looked for an equaliser. On the back of intense defensive pressure, Jake Lawrence (Year 10) was able to make a brilliant run and guide the ball past the Trinity keeper. Camberwell finished the game with some missed opportunities; however, with plenty of encouraging signs, the team looks confident for this week’s game. Page 3


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Headmaster OCGA 50 Year Lunch Mother’s Day NAPLAN Mid-Year Concert Duke of Edinburgh Presentation

Chess Australia Regional Final

Middle School

CAT Competition

Year 8 Math’s Games Day BODi Day NAPLAN Chess Competition Violin Performance by Richard Lui Winter Sport

The First XI hockey team competed in the last leg of the Mitre Cup against Trinity. With the overall scores standing at one-all, the team needed a win to bring the Mitre Cup home. Despite pre-season injuries to two of its starters, Camberwell battled it out at both ends of the field with great run and effort from co-captains Nick Gooden and Charlie Harper (both Year 12). In goals, the ever reliable Brodie Carswell (Year 9) also stopped anything that came his way. Despite the team’s best defensive efforts, Trinity’s transition attack was too good as they scored just before half time. The second half was more open with opportunities at goal a more common occurrence and Nick Gooden was able to capitalise, leveling the score at one all. Sean Barry (Year 12) continued to cause headaches up forward; however, a goal in the dying minutes of the game saw Trinity win narrowly 2-1. The 7A football team started their Winter Sport careers at Camberwell with a convincing 42 point win over Mentone. The first quarter was an even affair with both teams failing to record a goal despite plenty of opportunities. The second quarter started in a similar fashion until Ben Ford (Year 7) intercepted the ball across half forward and comfortably kicked the ball through for a goal. This broke the deadlock, with goals becoming a regular occurrence on the back of great run and carry from Sam Grlj (Year 6), Will Richardson (Year 7) and Lachie McGowan (Year 7). The boys maintained their efforts for the entirety of the match, with the final scores ended up Camberwell 7.10 - 52 to Mentone 1.4 - 10. Good luck to all teams for this week’s round of sport. Sam Garrard, Captain of Games

Social Media

William Angliss Dinner

Keep up to date with news and information by following the School Sport’s social media: Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and TeamAPP.

NAPLAN Testing Week

Lachlan Crawford, Director of Sport

Junior School Lost Property Dates Ahead

Sport Sports Academy Music Careers Calendar Support Groups Links to Flyers

Sports Academy Camberwell Grammar Sports Academy The Sports Academy has commenced and will start taking bookings for Term 3 now. The vision of the Sports Academy is ‘Sport for All.’ Every student within the school now has the opportunity to participate in a coaching session in the sport of their choice. A qualified Coach will be appointed and an appropriate time, either before, during or after school, will be sourced to cater for the coaching session. For further information or a booking please email Mr Jamie Watson at sport@cgs.vic.edu.au. Jamie Watson, Director of Sports Academy

Careers DATE

EVENT

Friday 17 May

UCAT Bookings and Registrations Close

Monday 13 Sunday 19 May

Law Week – Various Locations

Friday 31 May

Direct Applications to ANU Close

Monday 3 to Friday 7 June

Year 10 Work Experience Week

Thursday 20 June

OCGA Vocational Dinner

Wednesday 31 July

Yr 12 VTAC Information Evening – PAC at 7.00pm

Melbourne Conservatorium of Music Composition Concert This Concert are new works written by third year Bachelor of Music (Composition) students, featuring solo and chamber works presented by Conservatorium performance students is a free event. It will be held on Wednesday, 15 May 7.30pm at Hanson Dyer Hall, Level 3, The Ian Potter Southbank Centre, 43 Sturt Street Southbank .

Southern Cross Cultural Exchange Information Session - Hawthorn If you are considering a student exchange program, you may wish to attend this information session, where you can expect to receive a comprehensive and realistic overview of the exchange process, learn about the countries available and understand what to expect from the experience. Past exchange students share their experiences and answer questions. This event will take place at 7.00pm on Tuesday 14 May at the Hawthorn Library (Room 3/4), 584 Glenferrie Rd. Register here.

Inside Monash Seminars Get the inside story of what it is really like to study at Monash. You will hear from a current student, a past student and an academic. It is the best 90 minutes you could spend researching your course. The following seminars will be held next week at the Clayton campus from 6.30pm to 8.00pm: Page 4


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Headmaster OCGA 50 Year Lunch Mother’s Day NAPLAN Mid-Year Concert Duke of Edinburgh Presentation

Chess Australia Regional Final

Middle School

CAT Competition

Year 8 Math’s Games Day BODi Day NAPLAN Chess Competition Violin Performance by Richard Lui Winter Sport William Angliss Dinner

Junior School

NAPLAN Testing Week Lost Property

Dates Ahead

Sport Sports Academy Music Careers Calendar Support Groups Links to Flyers

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Wednesday May 15 Arts and Global Studies Information Technology Biomedical Science, Radiography, Radiation Science and Nutrition Thursday 16 May Advanced Science Find out more and register here.

JMC - Creative Arts School Holiday Workshops Introductory Workshops will be held during the July school holidays at JMC’s Melbourne Campus. These workshops are specifically tailored for students in years 9 to 12 who want to get a real taste of a career in the Creative Industries. A holiday workshop will let you check out JMC’s facilities, tour the campus and get hands-on with some pretty serious gear. All workshops run from 10am to 3.00pm and cost $50 (including lunch). at JMC Academy, 171 Bank St, South Melbourne. Book here.

EY - The Future of Work Event Students in Years 11 and 12 who are interested in STEM are invited to visit EY’s head office in Melbourne on Wednesday 10 July to learn about the future of work in this rapidly changing world. The day will include STEM based service line rotations, service line learning, interactive workshops, employability skills and a free lunch. Register here as numbers are limited.

CGS Careers website A more detailed Careers newsletter can be found under the ‘Important Info’ tab on our Careers website at www.camberwellgrammarcareers.com. Browse it today! Lynette Reiger, Careers Counsellor

Calendar Term 2, Week 3 Day

Date

Event

Monday

13 May

Year 11 Werribee Open Range Zoo Excursion; 8.30am to 3.15pm Excursion: Maths Gala Day for Year 8; 8.00am until 1.30pm Senior School Macneil House Service, All Souls Chapel, 8.30am to 9.25am Junior School South Yarra District Cross Country, Fawkner Park, 10.00am to 1.00pm DAV, Inter-School Debating, Round 3, HRM/WLC, 6.00pm to 9.00pm

Tuesday

14 May

NAPLAN Begins for all Year 7 and Year 9 Students Excursion: Legal Studies - Supreme and County Court Piano Soiree, Middleton Theatre, 6.00pm

Wednesday

15 May

Excursion: Cloudstreet; Malthouse Theatre; Depart 8.30am Year 11 and 12 House Debating Final (During Lunchtime) NAPLAN Testing - Years 3, 5, 7 and 9 (15-17 May) Year 9 Camp - Parent Information Evening, Camberwell Room, 7.30pm to 8.30pm

Thursday

16 May

Excursion: Year 11 Top Arts Exhibition and Folio Viewing, NGVA, 12.30pm to 3.45pm BODi Day for all Year 7 Students - All Day William Angliss Dinner, Camberwell Room, 6.00pm to 10.00pm Year 8 Music Ensemble Elective Performance, Music School, 7.30pm

Friday

17 May

Year 10 Inter-Schools Philosophy Day, PAC, PAC Foyer and Phillips Room, 8.30am to 2.45pm Year 6-12 Progress Checks (Online) Year 4 Round Robin, PEGS, 12.00 noon to 2.15pm Choir Rehearsal, PAC, 2.45pm to 4.30pm Middle School Activities, 2.45pm to 4.00pm Senior School Activities, Round 2, 2.45pm to 4.00pm

Saturday

18 May

PLUS Open 10.00am to 12.00 noon AGSV Winter Sport, Round 3

Sunday

19 May

Boroondara Eisteddfod; Hawthorn Town Hall; 9.40am to 11.00am


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Headmaster

Sport Diary Dates Day

Date

Event

Saturday

11 May

AGSV Winter Sport Round 2

NAPLAN

Saturday

18 May

AGSV Winter Sport Round 3

Mid-Year Concert

Saturday

25 May

AGSV Winter Sport Round 4

OCGA 50 Year Lunch Mother’s Day

Duke of Edinburgh Presentation Chess Australia Regional Final

Middle School

Support Groups

CAT Competition

Cafeteria Roster

Year 8 Math’s Games Day

Monday

13 May

Susan Koppelman, Rebecca O’Brien

Tuesday

14 May

Christine Clark, Karen Dobbyn

Chess Competition

Wednesday

15 May

Vivienne Katsoulotos, Fiona Noonan

Violin Performance by Richard Lui

Thursday

16 May

Suyama Jayawardena, Kathy Di Curzio

Friday

17 May

Sweet Lee-Brown, Astrid Toms

BODi Day NAPLAN

Winter Sport William Angliss Dinner

Junior School

PLUS Roster

NAPLAN Testing Week

Saturday

11 May

Anne-Marie Desai

Lost Property

Wednesday

15 May

Sally Turnbull, Michaela Solly

Dates Ahead

Sport Sports Academy Music Careers Calendar Support Groups Links to Flyers

Pre-Loved Uniform Shop - Footy Boot Drive Do you have football or soccer boots that are no longer needed? We have a solution for you! PLUS is running a football boot collection until Saturday 1 June. Please bring your pre-loved boots in and drop them off at one of our collection points: – • Junior School Office • Sports Centre, Level 1 • PLUS (during open hours: Wednesdays 3.00pm to 4.30pm, Saturdays 10.00am to 12 noon) Please ensure boots are clean and in good condition. Please tie boot laces together for ease of sorting. Donated boots will be given to a needy school community in outer Melbourne.

Cadet Auxiliary General Meeting Tuesday 14 May, 7.00pm Development Office Lunchtime Sausage Sizzle Friday 17 May, outside of the cafeteria Sausages and soft drinks $2 each

Friends of Snowsports General Meeting Tuesday 14 May, 7.00pm Phillips Room, Performing Arts Centre See attached flyers at the end of this Bulletin for upcoming Snowsports events.

CGS Auxiliary Friends of Soccer Meeting - All Welcome Monday 6 May, 6.30pm Address - 1 Tedstone Crescent, Balwyn Agenda will include planning of presentation night

Christmas Pudding Preparation Has Begun! 2019 marks the 35th year that the GGS Auxiliary has overseen the making, selling and donating of traditional Christmas Puddings. While the puddings are delicious, the CGS crested bowls ubiquitous, and the funds raised have enhanced the School environment, the best thing about the puddings is the fun we have in making them! Come along and share in the camaraderie as we chop, soak, zest, pour, measure and mix our way to making more than 700 puddings. Page 6


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Please see the flyer containing further information on our Pudding preparation days. For any queries please contact thecgsauxiliary@gmail.com.

OCGA 50 Year Lunch

Cafeteria Roster

Headmaster Mother’s Day NAPLAN Mid-Year Concert Duke of Edinburgh Presentation

Chess Australia Regional Final

Middle School

CAT Competition

The Auxiliary is seeking assistance from parents who are available to volunteer one or two mornings per Term, to assist staff in the Cafeteria. We ideally would like to have two parent volunteers per day. The hours are 9.30am to 1.00pm. It is a fun way to meet other parents and feel connected to the Camberwell Grammar School community. If you are interested, the cafeteria roster for Term 2 of 2019 is now open. Please volunteer by clicking on the link below. If you are able, please fill in the first two weeks as that greatly helps with the organising. Please visit www.volunteersignup.org/MBMW7.

Entertainment Book Fundraiser

Chess Competition

Order the NEW 2019/2020 Entertainment Book or Entertainment Digital Membership and you will receive hundreds of valuable offers for everything you love to do, and you will also be supporting our fundraising. Entertainment Books are available in hard copies or digital versions that can be shared between a household of up to four people. We raise a whopping $13.00 from every book sold. To order your Entertainment Book today, visit: www.entertainmentbook.com.au/orderbooks/1802k50.

Violin Performance by Richard Lui

Photo Albums – Available Now!

Year 8 Math’s Games Day BODi Day NAPLAN

Winter Sport William Angliss Dinner

Junior School

Commemorate you son’s journey through school with a Camberwell Grammar School album. Organise not just photos but event programs and memorabilia with the flexibility of pocket-free pages. Unclutter all of your son’s photos and catalogue all the memories in your CGS album. Click here for the order form.

NAPLAN Testing Week

Middle School William Angliss Dinner

Lost Property

Thursday 16 May, 7.00pm Camberwell Room, Sports Centre Guest Speaker: Mr Steven Dupon, Founding Director of the Institute of Games, an organisation that helps families manage video games in the home. Cost: $50.00 per person Bookings here: www.trybooking.com/BBXID . Bookings close: Monday 13 May

Dates Ahead

Sport Sports Academy Music Careers Calendar Support Groups Links to Flyers

Parents’ Association Winter Ball - Tickets on Sale Now Saturday 22 June, 7.00pm This year’s Parents Association Social Function is a Winter Ball to be held at Fenix Function Centre, 680 Victoria Street Richmond. We are pleased to announce that tickets to this event sold out in record time, with over 200 tickets being sold in four days! If you would like to attend this event but did not purchase a ticket, please visit here to register for the waitlist www.trybooking.com/BAMBD. Should tickets to this event become available we will be releasing them to the people who have registered on the waitlist, first come first served.

Friends of Performing Arts Music Bags Protect your music with a CGS Music Bag for only $20. Purchase them here: www.trybookings.com/NKAN and choose delivery to either the Music or Junior School Offices. Please see flyer for more information.

OCGA Events Friday

10 May

10 Year Reunion (Class of 2009), Camberwell Room

Friday

24 May

20 Year Reunion (Class of 1999), Camberwell Room

Friday

7 June

London Network Function, The Driver, Kings Cross

Diary Dates Prep Mums’ Dinner Date: Friday 17 May Time: 7.00pm Venue: Miss Katsumi Address: 341-343 High Street, Kew 3101 RSVP: To Whatsapp “CGS Prep 2019” by Monday 13 May

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Contents

Headmaster OCGA 50 Year Lunch Mother’s Day NAPLAN Mid-Year Concert Duke of Edinburgh Presentation

Chess Australia Regional Final

Middle School

CAT Competition

Year 8 Math’s Games Day BODi Day NAPLAN Chess Competition Violin Performance by Richard Lui Winter Sport William Angliss Dinner

Junior School

NAPLAN Testing Week Lost Property

Dates Ahead

Sport Sports Academy Music Careers Calendar Support Groups Links to Flyers

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Year 2 Mother’s Day High Tea Date: Sunday 19 May Venue: Café Heidi Address: 7 Templestowe Road, Bulleen Details: Further details to follow Prep Coffee Morning Date: Friday 14 June Time: 8.45am onwards Venue: White Mojo Address: 182-184 Whitehorse Road, Balwyn 3103 Year 6 Fathers and Sons Futsal Tournament Date: Sunday 28 July Time: 3.30pm to 5.30pm Venue: Address: 3/9 Clarice Road, Box Hill South Cost: $32 per person (including food) RSVP: Monday 15 July Register at: www.trybooking.com/BCLTA Click here for flyer May the Best Team Win!

Flyers •

NAPLAN Online Information for Parents

2019 Mid-Year Concert

Year 6 Fathers and Sons Futsal Tournament

Falls Creek Snowsports Family Week

Snowsports General Interest Flyer

CGS Hamlet Production 2019

CGS Auxiliary Activities 2019

CGS Art Evening Classes

School Album Order Form

FOPA Music Bag Flyer

Profile for Camberwell Grammar School

Weekly Bulletin 10 May 2019  

Weekly Bulletin 10 May 2019