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Contents

Headmaster Parent Education Seminar Blokes’ Book Breakfast Brain Bee Competition

Middle School

School Tours Projec10

Year 6 Round Robin STEM Competition Term 2 Swimming Results

Junior School

Poem in Your Pocket

Jump Rope for Heart Parent Information SessionEmotional Intelligence Dates Ahead

Sport Music Chaplain Careers Calendar Support Groups Links to Flyers

Edition 58, 26 July 2019

From the Headmaster

Thank you to all families and students who attended the services in memory of Mr Mark Williams last Friday and Tuesday. Mr Williams had a big impact on so many people, and it was great to be able to pay our respects and to offer our support to his family. It was touching to see so many past students return – he clearly had touched their lives and it was lovely to hear their stories and anecdotes about their times with this special teacher.

Parent Education Seminar Our next Parent Education seminar will be held on Wednesday 14 August, when Professor Michael Gordon will speak on the subject Building Resilient Teenagers. Dr Gordon is a past parent of our School and is considered a leading expert on adolescent mental health issues. More details can be found in the flyer attached to this Bulletin. Please let Mr John Allen know if you are intending to come at mja@cgs.vic.edu.au.

Blokes’ Book Breakfast We look forward to welcoming boys and their fathers to our Blokes’ Book Breakfast on Wednesday 21 August from 7.00am to 8.30am. The Breakfast is an annual event for Middle and Senior School and offers fathers the opportunity to spend some time with their sons sharing a mutual love for books and reading. Each year our speakers share their own journey as a reader and writer and their individual approach to writing. They inspire us to read, to write and to tell our own stories. Our guest this year is Mr Michael Gerard Bauer, an internationally acclaimed author whose writing has received a number of awards both in Australia and overseas. Further information including booking details is in the attached flyer. For any enquiries email: circulation@cgs.vic.edu.au. To book tickets please go to: www.trybooking.com/BECVD

Brain Bee Competition The Australian Brain Bee Challenge (ABBC) is a competition for high school students in Year 10 to learn about the brain and its functions, learn about neuroscience research, find out about careers in neuroscience and to dispel misconceptions about neurological and mental illnesses. After a rigorous individual round, 30 teams were invited to participate in the State Final at the Florey Centre, University of Melbourne. Camberwell made it through to the final with three other teams and did particularly well in a tight contest to once again win by half a point from MLC. This is the second year in a row that Camberwell Grammar has been awarded first place and the team was presented with another brain model and individual prizes. I invited Year 10 students Nick Robinson, Aidan Harris, James Stambe and Isaac Hui to the stage to receive their trophy. Paul Hicks, Headmaster

Middle School School Tours Many thanks to the boys who showed prospective CGS families around the School on Tuesday. Learning about the School through the boys’ eyes is a great way to engage with the School and a great opportunity for our boys to challenge themselves. This is one of many great legacies established by Mr Peter O’Connell and Ms Tracey Hayes in the Admissions Office. 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

Projec10 On Wednesday Year 8 boys hosted Fintona and Camberwell Girls Grammar School for the final planning session ahead of the 2019 Projec10 Entrepreneurship Program. This is an exceptionally creative cohort, who have proposed ideas from lemonade stands to a Dunk’a’Teacher Tank. CGS will be hosting a Fete at lunch on Friday 13 September, where many groups will be selling their products in a bid to raise funds for Opportunity International.

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Congratulations to our Year 6 Boys who represented the School at the Inter-School Round Robin at PEGS on Tuesday. The boys put in a huge effort in several sports, including AFL, soccer, handball and tennis.


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Headmaster Parent Education Seminar

STEM Competition On Wednesday and Thursday we hosted an International STEM Competition. The groups were rigorously challenged in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths. Commendation goes to: Ashton Lu

Mark Thiel

Oliver To

James Tsang

Joshua Hui

Allan Huang

Alan Tian

Matthew Lau

Year 6 Round Robin

Nathan Chan

William Zhang

STEM Competition

Jim Zhu

Zac Matters

Blokes’ Book Breakfast Brain Bee Competition

Middle School

School Tours Projec10

Term 2 Swimming Results

Junior School

Term 2 Swimming Results

Jump Rope for Heart

The boys enjoyed a fun finish to the Term with the Annual Middle School Swimming Carnival. There were many exceptional individual performances on the day, however the final results were:

Poem in Your Pocket Parent Information SessionEmotional Intelligence

House

Points

Place

Dates Ahead

Robinson

1328

1st

Clifford

1290

2nd

Schofield

1263

3rd

Steven

1242

4th

Macneil

1227

5th

Summons

1210

6th

Bridgland

1170

7th

Derham

1099

8th

Sport Music Chaplain Careers Calendar Support Groups Links to Flyers

Troy Stanley, Head of Middle School

Junior School Poem in Your Pocket Throughout this term all Junior School boys are encouraged to memorise one of their favourite poems. They can keep a copy of it in their pocket to pull out and practise when they can. Boys can present their poem to their class and Mr Howard Kelly is always keen to hear boys recite their poems. Some will be chosen to present to the weekly Assembly. Parents might like to share some of their favourite poems with their son, or help him choose one that might capture his imagination and enthusiasm to learn by heart.

Jump Rope for Heart Jump Rope for Heart has concluded for 2019 with our fundraising achieving well above our target. A few boys were very active with fundraising and between them raised $4369. Particular mention must go to Thomas Pritchett (Year 4) who raised over $1400 and Lucas Morey (Year 3) who raises a significant amount every year. Since first participating, our Junior School has raised over $35,000 for heart research. I would like to thank those boys who participated in finding sponsors and raising funds, and all boys, for their enthusiasm in our final event which was a ‘jump off’ on Friday 19 July. At CGS the fundraising supports two groups that do important work: The Heart Foundation which uses the funds for ongoing research and investigation into heart disease and the Footscray Migrant Centre where our shopping voucher ensures the children at the centre have new play equipment. Our top fundraisers graciously forfeit their prizes so that the equivalent amount is converted into a shopping voucher. If you would still like to donate, please go to jumprope.org.au, the site has reopened and will close Friday 2 August. Diane Collins, Deputy Head Administration, Junior School

Parent Information Session - Emotional Intelligence Parents of boys in Prep to Year 5 are invited to attend an information session on Tuesday 30 July in the Camberwell Room from 8.50am to 10.20am. Mrs Maryanne Kapoulitsas, Emotional Intelligence Schools Consultant from Swinburne, Mrs Caroline Gatley Deputy Head, Curriculum and Mr Tristen Haines, Year 4 Class Teacher, will be giving a talk on Emotional Intelligence. This presentation is geared to helping parents understand the importance of this program and provide strategies and understandings that can be implemented at home. Page 2


Contents

Headmaster Parent Education Seminar Blokes’ Book Breakfast Brain Bee Competition

Middle School

School Tours Projec10

Year 6 Round Robin STEM Competition Term 2 Swimming Results

Junior School

Poem in Your Pocket

Jump Rope for Heart Parent Information SessionEmotional Intelligence Dates Ahead

Sport Music Chaplain Careers Calendar Support Groups Links to Flyers

We will present information about what is emotional intelligence, the research behind the program, elements of the classroom program and the connection between home and School. If you are interested please RSVP using the letter that went home last week. Caroline Gatley, Deputy Head Curriculum

Dates Ahead Tuesday 30 July Wednesday 31 July Friday 2 August Friday 9 August

Parent Workshop ‘Benefits of Developing Your Son’s Emotional Intelligence’, Camberwell Room, 8.50am to 10.20am Assembly – Year 2 Hosts, Middleton Theatre Year 5 Sovereign Hill Excursion, 7.45am to 7.00pm Year 1 Eureka Skydeck Excursion Junior School Athletics Trials (Years 4-6), Box Hill, 11.00am to 3.00pm

Howard Kelly, Head of Junior School

Sport

Two rounds remain in the AGSV Winter Season. Firsts Hockey and Soccer have big games this weekend, with their semi-finals being played at Elgar Park at 4.00pm today and at Trinity’s sports grounds at 10.00am on Saturday. We wish both teams the best of luck! If you can come, it would be great to see some CGS support at both matches. Keep a lookout for information regarding end of season presentation nights. Hosted by the Friends of Groups, they are always fantastic, with outstanding guest speakers and plenty of awards to be presented. Winter Colours will be advertised in the coming weeks and students who represented their sport at the top level will be notified in the Daily Notices. Spring Sport gets underway in Week 4, straight after the completion of the Winter Season. Details have already been released, but students interested in participating in Athletics and Water Polo should speak to Mr Mark Mews and Mr Paul Double, respectively, if they wish to be involved. Athletics, in particular, requires depth in the squad, so it would be incredible to see a host of students at the track as we push towards the Premiership. Congratulations to Otto Zhao (Year 10), who recently gained selection in the Badminton Australia Team to compete at the Junior Badminton World Federation Championships in Russia later this year. Cody Greenwood (Year 9) competed in the South Australian Short Course Swimming Titles recently and performed exceptionally. Of his 17 events, he won 16 medals, including 12 gold medals. Most impressively, Cody made 12 Swimming Victoria Open Short Course qualifying times. Good luck to Yanning Zhang (Year 9), Ryder Cheesman (Year 7) and William Watson (Year 6) as they represent the School and the state at the School Sports Australia Swimming Championships next week. If you have any concerns or questions regarding Sport, contact the staff member in charge of your son’s team or contact the Director of Sport at dos@cgs.vic.edu.au. Lachlan Crawford, Director of Sport

Music Music Students’ Recitals As of next week, students will be able to register for the Term 3 Recital which is to be held in Week 5 on Thursday 15 August at 7.30pm. To do this, boys who learn their instrument at School will need to speak to their instrumental teacher, who can add their name and performance information to the sign-up list. For boys who learn outside of School, this attached form should be completed, signed by their teacher and returned to the Music Office no later than Friday 2 August. Please note, if a member of the Music Staff is requested as an accompanist, the music for that accompaniment must be provided at the time of registration. The aim is for these recitals to run no longer than 90 minutes. Once this time limit has been reached, the recital will be closed until next Term. Greg Roberts, Head of Keyboard

3MBSFM Fine Music Melbourne On Tuesday night, four of our VCE Music Performance students appeared in a live 3MBSFM broadcast, on the program ‘In Performance’. Flautist Rhys Campbell (Year 11), baritone Louis Le (Year 12), cellist Sebastian Csutoros (Year 12) and pianist Matthew Wu (Year 11) performed solo pieces from their VCE program live on air. They were then interviewed about life as a musician at Camberwell Grammar, their role models and the pieces they aspire to perform. A podcast of the show will be available to download soon – stay tuned! Congratulations Rhys, Louis, Seb and Matthew, and thank you for representing our School in such a positive manner. Page 3


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Headmaster Parent Education Seminar Blokes’ Book Breakfast Brain Bee Competition

Middle School

School Tours Projec10

Year 6 Round Robin STEM Competition Term 2 Swimming Results

Junior School

Poem in Your Pocket

Jump Rope for Heart Parent Information SessionEmotional Intelligence Dates Ahead

Sport Music Chaplain Careers Calendar Support Groups Links to Flyers

Artists In Residence This week, German-based violin virtuoso and pedagogue Danny Gu was Artist-in-Residence at the Music Academy. He worked with our violinists over three days in private lessons. On Friday afternoon, he dazzled the violin class with his performance during the Friday Academy program. We are very grateful to Mr Gu for inspiring our violinists. Ben Bishop, Director of Music

From the Chaplain A Blessing In Hard Times We are a good community, a great School, Camberwell Grammar School. This does not shield us from the mess and pains of this life. But being together and leaning on God , helps us through. Psalm 46 God is Our Strength and our Foundation, a very present help in times of trouble. Through this difficult time our Parent Prayer Group has upheld us in prayer and many thanks again to ‘The Angels’ who take dinners and practical support to those in need. We pray: Lord God, Heavenly Father we at Camberwell Grammar School journey together, knowing your presence and seeking your strength through these difficult times. Thank you for your love to us all and those we are remembering. Bless us in the Name of our Loving Saviour Jesus Christ. Amen Rev. Charles Butler

Careers DATE

EVENT

Friday 26 – Sunday 28 July

Melbourne Career Expo

Sunday 28 July

Swinburne Open Day

Wednesday 31 July

Year 12 VTAC Information Evening, PAC, 7.00pm

Sunday 4 July

Monash University Open Day

Monday 5 August

VTAC Applications Open

Thursday 8 August

Morrisby Online Testing, 3.35pm (see information below)

Thursday 15 August

2020 VET Expo, Malvern Town Hall

Year 12 VTAC Night All Year 12 students and parents are expected to attend the VTAC information evening in the PAC from 7.00pm on Wednesday 31 July when Michael Ciesielski from The Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre (VTAC) will be holding an open community information session. The session will cover information about applying to Victorian tertiary institutions, as well as information about the ATAR, scaling, special consideration, scholarships and offers.

Open Days are Coming Open Days begin this weekend, with Swinburne opening its doors and continue throughout the month of August. Why should students from Year 10 and above attend open days? There you will get to chat with current students, meet inspiring academics, have all your questions answered, participate in hands on simulations and experiments, and get a feel for university life. Schedule a few into your diary today.

Mission Discovery Mission Discovery is a five-day STEM program where Year 7 -10 students get to work with a NASA astronaut, engineers and physicists to design an experiment for the International Space Station. Students work in teams to develop their experiments, and the winning team will have their experiment launched into space and tested aboard the International Space Station! This event will take place from Monday 30 September to Friday 4 October 2019 from 9.30am to 4.30pm each day at The University of Melbourne, Parkville. The individual booking price is: $721 plus GST per student. For the full Mission Discovery program see the Mission Discovery website.

Melbourne Career Expo The Melbourne Career Expo is the most comprehensive and exciting careers event in Australia. This expo encompasses career opportunities in the trades, corporate and professional sectors through a vast array of career advice, employment opportunities and university and training representation. The Expo will be held from 10.00am daily, Friday 26 July to Sunday 28 July, at the Melbourne Exhibition and Convention Centre. Find more details here. Free entry passes are available from Student Services.

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Headmaster Parent Education Seminar Blokes’ Book Breakfast Brain Bee Competition

Middle School

School Tours Projec10

Year 6 Round Robin STEM Competition Term 2 Swimming Results

Morrisby – Online Career Profiling Senior students are invited to undertake the online career profiling test Morrisby Online to help them identify potential career paths and make informed decisions about study options. Participating students will take a 105 minute online assessment, which measures a variety of elements including aptitudes, career interests, work attitudes, talents and motivations. Once the assessment is complete, students will have access to personally tailored career and education suggestions. We are planning on running this session on Thursday 8 August at 3.35pm. The cost of the test is $50 per student. If you would like your son to take part, please register here. All payments must be received by Wednesday 7 August. You can find out more about Morrisby Online by visiting their website.

CGS Careers Website A more detailed Careers newsletter can be found under the ‘Important Info’ tab on our Careers website at www.camberwellgrammarcareers.com.

Junior School

Lynette Reiger, Careers Counsellor

Jump Rope for Heart

Calendar

Poem in Your Pocket Parent Information SessionEmotional Intelligence Dates Ahead

Sport Music Chaplain Careers Calendar Support Groups

Term 3, Week 3 Day

Date

Event

Monday

29 July

Linguistics Olympiad, South Korea; 29 July to 2 August, Selected Students Year 7 CERES Indonesian Excursion, Leaving 8.45am Year 9 and 10 Showcase Technical and Dress Rehearsal, Middleton Theatre, 3.30pm to 6.30pm

Tuesday

30 July

Senior School Bridgland House Service, All Souls Chapel, 8.30am to 9.25am Winter Sport, Music, Cadets and Debating Photo Day National Chemistry Quiz, Selected Year 11 and Year 12 Students Year 9 and 10 Showcase Performance, Middleton Theatre, 7.30pm to 9.00pm

Wednesday

31 July

PLUS open 3.00pm to 4.30pm Year 12 VTAC Information Night (PAC), Combined with Fintona, PAC Biennial Anglican Schools Service, Selected Students, St Paul’s Cathedral, 2.00pm

Thursday

1 August

Australian Mathematics Competition, All Students in Years 6-10 Will Sit the Competition

Friday

2 August

AGSV Winter Sport Training Concludes Auxiliary Pudding Mixing Day 1, Year 11 and Junior School Parents, Camberwell Room, 8.30am Middle School Activities, 2.45pm to 4.00pm Senior School Activities, Round 2, 2.45pm to 4.00pm OCGA SA Network Function, 6.30pm to 8.30pm

Saturday

3 August

PLUS open 10.00am to 12.00 noon AGSV Winter Sport, Round 9

Sunday

4 August

Snowsports Inter-Schools Cross Country, Mt Buller Middle School Production Dry Tech, Middleton Theatre, 5.30pm to 8.30pm

Links to Flyers

Sport Diary Dates

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Day

Date

Event

Saturday

27 July

AGSV Winter Sport Round 8

Saturday

3 August

AGSV Winter Sport Round 9

Monday

5 August

Spring Sport Training Commences

Saturday

10 August

Water Polo Round 1 and Athletics Trials


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Support Groups

Headmaster

Cafeteria Roster

Parent Education Seminar

Monday

29 July

Bronwen Kohne, Tamara McKenzie

Tuesday

30 July

Bronwyn Smith, Elise Everest

Middle School

Wednesday

31 July

Rod Kamleshwaran

School Tours

Thursday

1 August

Projec10

Friday

2 August

Blokes’ Book Breakfast Brain Bee Competition

Year 6 Round Robin STEM Competition Term 2 Swimming Results

Junior School

Poem in Your Pocket

Jump Rope for Heart Parent Information SessionEmotional Intelligence Dates Ahead

Sport Music Chaplain Careers Calendar Support Groups Links to Flyers

Siew Tan

PLUS Roster Saturday

27 July

Janet MacLeish, Kate Shirrefs

Wednesday

31 July

Sarah Golz

Cafeteria Volunteers Needed Urgently The Auxiliary is urgently seeking assistance from parents who are available to volunteer 1-2 mornings per term to assist staff in the cafeteria. We ideally 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 CGS community. Volunteer signup link: www.volunteersignup.org/240516

Cadet Auxiliary Cookie Dough Fundraiser Back by popular demand we are running Billy G’s Gourmet Cookie Dough fundraiser until Monday 12 August, 2019. Complete the attached order form and return to the Development Office. Click here for the order form

Friends of Basketball General Meeting Monday 29 July, 7.30pm CGS Development Office All are invited to attend

Parents’ Association General Meeting Tuesday 6 August, 8.00pm Phillips Room, Performing Arts Centre

Friends of Norge General Meeting Friday 9 August, 8.50am Junior School

Friends of Soccer Presentation Night Monday 19 August, 6.30pm Camberwell Room – CGS Sports Centre Details to come

Cadet Auxiliary General Meeting Tuesday 20 August, 7.00pm Development Office – Round Room

Friends of Hockey Presentation Night Tuesday 20 August, 6.30pm to 8.30pm Camberwell Room – CGS Sports Centre Bookings through Trybooking: www.trybooking.com/529802 Click here to view flyer

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Headmaster Parent Education Seminar Blokes’ Book Breakfast Brain Bee Competition

Middle School

School Tours Projec10

Year 6 Round Robin STEM Competition Term 2 Swimming Results

Junior School

Poem in Your Pocket

Jump Rope for Heart Parent Information SessionEmotional Intelligence Dates Ahead

Sport Music Chaplain Careers Calendar Support Groups Links to Flyers

Friends of Football Presentation Night Thursday 22 August, 6.30pm Gordon Barnard Oval. Details to come

CGS Auxiliary Memorabilia Purchase your piece of CGS Memorabilia today by visiting www.trybooking.com/BDZHC. Orders can be collected from the Development Office or some items can be posted at an additional cost. Please see flyer attached and click on Trybooking link there for further details.

Christmas Puddings - We need your help! Mixing Days The Christmas Pudding preparation has well and truly begun. A big thank you to all who have helped chop, zest and weigh so far. Our mixing and cooking days are now in sight! This part of the process requires ‘many hands to make light work’ and to make it easy the two-hour Friday morning mixing sessions have been divided into year levels. Absolutely no baking skills are required, and even if you can only spare an hour it is very much appreciated. If you cannot make your year levels allocated day, feel free to jump into one of the others, everyone is welcome to any or all sessions! These sessions are a great opportunity to meet and chat with other parents. There has been a lot of laughs and stories shared already! If you have time stay after the preparation is done for a cuppa and some morning tea. Please visit www.volunteersignup.org/9EPC7 to let us know that you would like to join in and be part of this fantastic CGS tradition which raises significant funds for the School and spreads a bit of cheer through our community every Christmas. Cooking Days The Auxiliary are also looking for volunteers to help with the pudding cooking which we do over the weekend following each mixing day using the CGS Camberwell Room Kitchen ovens. It only takes fifteen minutes of your time to unload a batch and load in the next and if we have plenty of helpers it lightens our load. Detailed instructions and a demonstration will be given. For any queries please contact thecgsauxiliary@gmail.com. Pudding Orders Trybooking will be open for pudding orders from Monday 29 July. Please visit www.trybooking.com.com/BBAGF to place your order or fill in the order form here and return the Development Office. Puddings can be collected from as early as mixing day two, Friday 9 August in the Camberwell Room of the Sports Centre (Level 3).

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 this flyer for more information.

Grandparents Day – SAVE THE DATE! Tuesday 29 October

OCGA OCGA Events Friday

2 August

SA Network Function, Gilbert Street Hotel, 6.00pm

Diary Dates Year 3 Dads’ Dinner Date: Friday 26 July Time: 7.00pm Venue: Chez Bagou Bistro Address: 132 Bridport Street, Albert Park RSVP: Craig Brown craigbrown.melb@gmail.com Year 2 Fathers’ Dinner Date: Saturday 27 July Time: 7.00pm Venue: Il Sogno Address: 512 Whitehorse Road, Mont Albert Page 7


Contents

Headmaster Parent Education Seminar Blokes’ Book Breakfast Brain Bee Competition

Middle School

School Tours Projec10

Year 6 Round Robin STEM Competition Term 2 Swimming Results

Junior School

Poem in Your Pocket

Jump Rope for Heart Parent Information SessionEmotional Intelligence Dates Ahead

Sport Music Chaplain Careers Calendar Support Groups Links to Flyers

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 Details: Click here for flyer May the best team win! Year 4 Father and Son Day Date: Sunday 28 July Time: 1.45pm for 2.00pm start Venue: Sidetracked Address: 370 Huntingdale Road South, South Oakleigh Cost: $42 per person Details: Cost includes one hour go carting session and one laser tag session Bookings: Trybooking: www.trybooking.com/BECZT Bookings close: Thursday 25 July, 5.00pm Year 2 Parents’ Coffee Morning Date: Tuesday 6 August Time: 8.50am Venue: Between Us Address: 141 Mailing Road, Canterbury Year 4 Dads’ Dinner Date: Friday 9 August Time: 6.30pm Venue: Tandoori Den Address: 261 Camberwell Road, Camberwell Cost: $64.50 per person for the Tandoori Den signature banquet. Drinks available to purchase at bar prices. RSVP: Thursday 1 August Pre-Prep Family Day at Inflatable World Date: Saturday 10 August Time: 1.30pm Venue: Inflatable World Address: 350 Blackburn Road, Doncaster East Further details to be advised. Prep Dads’ Dinner Date: Friday 16 August Time: 6.00pm to 8.30pm Venue: The Meat & Wine Co Address: 482 Riversdale Rd, Hawthorn East RSVP: Monday 12 August to Whatsapp “CGS Prep 2019” Year 4 Ladies Night Date: Saturday 17 August Time: 6.00pm Venue: The Penny Drop Address: 913 Whitehorse Road, Box Hill RSVP: Friday 9 August Year 8 Father and Son Paintball Outdoor Adventure Date: Sunday 18 August Time: 11.00am to 1.30pm Venue: International Paintball Group

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Headmaster Parent Education Seminar Blokes’ Book Breakfast Brain Bee Competition

Middle School

School Tours

Address: 1C Grange Rd, Dingley Village Bookings: Trybooking: www.trybooking.com/BDECK RSVP: Friday 9 August Details: As there are very limited numbers – siblings cannot attend. Pre-Prep Parents’ Dinner – Save the Date! Date: Friday 6 September Details to be advised.

Projec10 Year 6 Round Robin STEM Competition Term 2 Swimming Results

Junior School

Poem in Your Pocket

Jump Rope for Heart Parent Information SessionEmotional Intelligence Dates Ahead

Sport Music Chaplain Careers Calendar Support Groups Links to Flyers

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Flyers •

Musical Student’s Recital Form

Parent Education Seminar - Building Resilient Teenagers

Blokes’ Book Breakfast Invitation

CGS Puddings Order Form

Cookie Dough Order Form

Hockey Presentation Night

Free Parenting Program

Galápagos and Amazon Tour 2020 Information

Galapagos & Amazon Tour 2020 Proposed Itinerary

CGS Gifts and Memorabilia

CGS Auxiliary Christmas Puddings

FOPA Music Bag Flyer

Nationally Consistent Collection of Data on School Students with a Disability

Profile for Camberwell Grammar School

Weekly Bulletin 26 July 2019  

Weekly Bulletin 26 July 2019