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Edition 44, 22 March 2019

From the Headmaster

Headmaster

Easter Services of Worship

Easter Services of Worship

Easter takes place during our School Holidays this year, but we shall, during the last week of this term, hold special services of worship at all levels of the School: • The Middle School will attend a Service at St Mark’s Church on Wednesday 3 April at 9.30am. Parents and friends of Middle School boys are very welcome to attend this Church service if they wish. • The Senior School will hold a Lenten Service in the Performing Arts Centre on Thursday 4 April at 8.30am, with Reverend Ben Hewitt, Assistant Minister at St Mark’s Camberwell giving the sermon. • Our Junior School boys will attend St Mark’s Church for their Service on Friday 5 April, which begins at 1.00pm. Again, parents and friends are very welcome to join the congregation of staff and boys on this occasion.

End of Term Arrangements AGSV Swimming Finals Senior School House Athletics Competition CGS Table Tennis AGSV 2019 Premiership Victory CGS Lawn Bowls AGSV 2019 Premiership Victory Red Cross Appeal

Middle School House Sport

Parent-Teacher Interviews AGSV Swimming Intensive Schoology Workshop Student Passwords House Athletics

Junior School

Victorian Premiers’ Reading Challenge 2019 Winter Uniform Dates Ahead

Sport

End of Term Arrangements Term 1 will conclude on Friday 5 April 2019. Classes begin again for Term 2 on Tuesday 23 April 2019. The School Offices will be open as usual throughout the vacation, except on the Easter public holidays.

AGSV Swimming Finals I look forward to supporting our squad at MSAC this evening as they compete in the AGSV Swimming Finals. Swimming is both an individual and a team sport and our squad have been training hard all this term – many of them have been swimming all year – and it all comes down to their performance this evening. We all wish them all the very best, and will be cheering from the stands to encourage them. All we can ask is that they do their best, and compete hard. It should be an exciting evening!

Senior School House Athletics Competition Thank you to all staff who assisted last Tuesday at the Senior School House Athletics. Special thanks to Mr Rhys Thomas for his organisation of another successful day. The following are the individual results. It was my pleasure at yesterday’s Assembly to present the following students with their medals: Year 9

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GOLD

Hugo Akse

MAC

SILVER

Lucas Waycott

STE

SILVER

Lachlan Ross

SCH

BRONZE

Caleb Finlayson

ROB

Year 10

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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GOLD

Sam Rendell

DER

SILVER

Flynn Chable

CLI

BRONZE

Zac Johnson

STE

BRONZE

Jack Hu

BRI

Year 11 GOLD

Alex Wilson-Brown

SUM

GOLD

Ollie Spalding

STE

SILVER

Taran Laurence

DER

BRONZE

Finnegan Weston

STE


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Year 12

Headmaster

GOLD

Matthew Mckenna

BRI

Easter Services of Worship

SILVER

Ryan Box

SCH

SILVER

Harley Beechey

SUM

BRONZE

Ben Craigie

BRI

End of Term Arrangements AGSV Swimming Finals Senior School House Athletics Competition CGS Table Tennis AGSV 2019 Premiership Victory

Overall House Athletics Results Place

Jarrett Cup Points

House

1.

26

Summons

=2

21

Derham Macneil Schofield

5.

17

Steven

Intensive Schoology Workshop

6.

16

Clifford

Student Passwords

7.

14

Bridgland

8.

9

Robinson

CGS Lawn Bowls AGSV 2019 Premiership Victory Red Cross Appeal

Middle School House Sport

Parent-Teacher Interviews AGSV Swimming

House Athletics

Junior School

Victorian Premiers’ Reading Challenge 2019

Year 9

Year 10

Year 11

Year 12

Winter Uniform

1st

Macneil

Macneil

Steven

Schofield

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2nd

Clifford

Summons

Schofield

Summons

3rd

Summons

Derham

Summons

Derham

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Congratulations to Summons House. It was my pleasure to present the Captain of Summons House Harley Beechey (Year 12) with the House Athletics Trophy at yesterday’s Assembly.

CGS Table Tennis AGSV 2019 Premiership Victory Congratulations to the Firsts Table Tennis squad for winning the AGSV Premiership earlier this month. In what was a commanding season, the squad finished in style with a 15-0 victory against Trinity. The Captain Nathan Shi (Year 11) led the team well and with a young squad, we look certain for continued success in the sport for years to come. I was pleased to present Nathan with the Trophy at yesterday’s Assembly.

CGS Lawn Bowls AGSV 2019 Premiership Victory In the Lawn Bowls final held over the weekend, Camberwell’s A-Team reclaimed the AGSV Premiership title after three years, defeating Assumption 11 shots to 8. The Co-Captains from Year 10, William Cook and Elijah Pannozzo were presented with the Shield at yesterday’s Assembly.

Red Cross Appeal Thank you to all students, families and the local residents who generously supported the Red Cross Appeal. Through the combined efforts of our Year 11 students, our boys were able to collect nearly $2000 over the weekend 2 and 3 March. A special thank you to the boys for their efforts. Paul Hicks, Headmaster

Middle School House Sport Well done to the boys who took part in Round 2 of the House Sport this afternoon. Many thanks to Mr Charlie Lockwood in his first year of arranging House Sport.

Parent-Teacher Interviews Many thanks to all of the parents and boys who were able to come into the Parent Teacher Interviews on Wednesday. Hopefully the information discussed was of value to both parents and teachers and the boys are able to use the information provided to motivate them to learn. The second round of interviews will take place next Tuesday. It is always quite powerful to include students in these conversations, so any feedback and suggestions would be warmly received.

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Contents

Headmaster Easter Services of Worship End of Term Arrangements

AGSV Swimming Finals Senior School House Athletics Competition CGS Table Tennis AGSV 2019 Premiership Victory CGS Lawn Bowls AGSV 2019 Premiership Victory Red Cross Appeal

Middle School House Sport

Parent-Teacher Interviews AGSV Swimming Intensive Schoology Workshop Student Passwords House Athletics

Junior School

Victorian Premiers’ Reading Challenge 2019 Winter Uniform Dates Ahead

Sport

Dates Ahead

Careers Calendar Support Groups Links to Flyers

AGSV Swimming Best of luck to the Swim Team tonight at MSAC. Swimming is a challenging sport that requires discipline from both boys and parents. Early starts and regularly pushing through the pain thresholds are all part of swimming, so it is fortunate that the rewards usually match the effort. One area that often leads to disappointment is when boys train all season, only to miss out on the selection in the final carnival. To those boys, know that you are as much a part of the team as the boys who swim tonight and you ought to be proud of your efforts this season. Best of luck.

Intensive Schoology Workshop Many thanks to Mr Scott Wyatt and the small group of parents who attended the Schoology Workshop on Wednesday night. It was a very helpful exercise on all sides where we explored some of the useful learning tools and the continual reporting feedback process. If you are having issues accessing Schoology, please contact the ICT Department at itadmin@cgs.vic.edu.au.

Student Passwords Students need to update their ICT login passwords on a regular basis. If they have not done so this year, they will need to see the IT Department in the Wheelton Centre ASAP. We are currently looking at options to automate this process.

House Athletics Best of luck to all boys for the House Athletics Carnival on Monday at Bill Sewart Athletics Track, starting at 9.00am. Parents are most welcome to attend and can find the program for timings on here. Troy Stanley, Head of Middle School

Junior School At this week’s Assembly all Year 5 boys were presented with their leadership badges reminding them of their position as the senior Junior School class and the associated responsibilities and expectations. During last week’s Assembly, the 16 boys nominated to stand for election to the Year 5 Executive Council presented themselves and their ideas to the boys from Years 3 to 5. Their presentations were superb! The boys had clearly given a great deal of thought to the idea of leadership and how they personally could contribute to enhancing the life of the School and the experience of their school mates. I am sure the parents who were there were very proud of their sons, just as I was. The nominees were: Maxwell Chao-Hong, Maximilian Coia, Angus Egan, Caleb Jack, William Kemp, Edward Liang, Lachlan Lee, Hamish Mitchell, Joseph Ni, Harrison Ross, Harish R-Roshan, Ashton Semczyszyn, Leonidas Tiras, Costas Zakkas, Louis Zhang and Melvin Zhang. From the 16 boys nominated to stand for election to the Year 5 Executive Council, 10 were elected. All nominated boys are congratulated for their nomination and recognition as leaders by their peers. I am pleased to announce the 2019 Executive Council: Maxwell Chao-Hong, Maximilian Coia, Angus Egan, Caleb Jack, William Kemp, Lachlan Lee, Hamish Mitchell, Joseph Ni, Harish R-Roshan and Melvin Zhang. I will be asking our Junior School Leaders to make a difference; to provide guidance encouragement and energy so that our school is a better place because of their leadership and example. I wish them every success and I look forward to working closely with them in the months ahead.

Victorian Premiers’ Reading Challenge 2019 We are once again promoting the Victorian Premiers’ Reading Challenge for our Prep to Year 5 boys. The Premiers’ Reading Challenge encourages children to read a set number of books and record their efforts online. Prep to Grade 2 need to read 30 books and Years 3-5 need to read 15 books. It is a great way to get young people talking about reading with their friends and family to expand their reading scope. Details of the challenge including Book Lists and Rules can be obtained here. If your son is interested in becoming involved, please email Mrs Maryanne Walker in the Junior School Library at mhw@cgs.vic.edu.au by Friday 29 March. Mrs Walker will register your son and then pass on his login details to you. You will then be able to set up his online account to log the books he reads as parents will be required to assist their sons with the online reading record. The challenge will run from Monday 1 April at our School, through to the end of Book Week which finishes Friday 23 August. Mrs Maryanne Walker, Junior School Library

Winter Uniform Winter uniform is to be worn for Terms 2 and 3. Boys can wear summer or winter uniform up until Anzac Day (Thursday 25 April) but from Friday 26 April all Junior School boys must be in full winter uniform.

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Contents

Headmaster Easter Services of Worship End of Term Arrangements

AGSV Swimming Finals Senior School House Athletics Competition CGS Table Tennis AGSV 2019 Premiership Victory CGS Lawn Bowls AGSV 2019 Premiership Victory Red Cross Appeal

Middle School House Sport

Parent-Teacher Interviews AGSV Swimming Intensive Schoology Workshop Student Passwords House Athletics

Junior School

Victorian Premiers’ Reading Challenge 2019 Winter Uniform Dates Ahead

Sport

Dates Ahead

Careers Calendar Support Groups Links to Flyers

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Dates Ahead Monday Wednesday Monday Friday Tuesday

25 March 27 March 1 April 5 April 23 April

Last week of Club Norge Prep Hosts Assembly AGSV Swimming Carnival MSAC, 10.45am to 2.30pm Junior School Easter Service, St Mark’s, 1.00pm Term 3 commences

Howard Kelly, Head of Junior School

Sport

Best wishes to the Swimming Squad who are competing in the AGSV Swimming Finals tonight! Congratulations to the First Lawn Bowls team, consisting of William Cook, Elijah Pannozzo (Year 10), Kristian Bite and Hieu Tran (Year 9), for winning the AGSV Premiership last week. For students playing Baseball as their Winter Sport, North Balwyn Baseball Club are holding their registration and trials morning on 23 March, Myrtle Park in Balwyn North. Registration is from 9.00am to 10.00am, with trials starting from 10.00am. While it is not a compulsory event, it is strongly encouraged to attend, especially for new students to the sport. Winter Sport team lists and training schedules are now on display at the Sports Office. Thank you to the students who have come forward with any concerns. Teams have been allocated but they are subject to change. A reminder that students wanting to trial for a higher graded team should attend the training session of the higher team at the beginning of next term but ensure they let the staff member in charge of their allocated team know. The Cricket presentation evening was enjoyed by all on Monday. Thank you to Friends of Cricket for their organisation and support. The Tennis presentation evening is on Friday 29 March. Students will have the opportunity to have a hit of tennis before the formal proceedings start. Swimming are having their presentation evening on Wednesday 3 April once all of their races are done. Running sessions with Craig Mottram and his team continue for the remainder of Term 1 on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings. The sessions start at 6.45am on the KAO and are open to students of all ages and abilities. The focus of the sessions is to improve running technique, endurance and speed. The sessions are a great way to prepare for the Winter Season.

Sport Report The last round of the 2019 AGSV Lawn Bowls season saw the Camberwell Grammar A Team reclaim the title after 3 years, defeating Assumption 11 to 8. The team, comprising of William Cook, Elijah Pannozzo (both Year 10), Kristian Bite and Hieu Tran (both Year 9), got out to a fantastic start, leading Assumption 11 bowls to 2. Much to the enjoyment of the boys and all those who were present, the team were crowned champions for the 2018/19 season. They will now face the APS champions next week. The Orienteering Squad wrapped up their season with their final event in Hawthorn two weeks ago. CGS placed second overall for the season - an impressive effort. Special mention goes to Matthew Rodier (Year 10), who came first across all schools in the closely run D-grade competition. Captain James Gunasegaram (Year 12) also led the team with outstanding performances all year. The Squash Squad had a tough encounter against Mulgrave as they looked to continue their successful season. The Firsts team made light work of their opponents thanks to great contributions from Nick Gooden, Daniel Spencer and Paco Tse (all Year 12). The boys were in command for the whole game, with the score finishing 5 rubbers, 225 points to Mulgrave’s 0 rubbers 145 points. The Thirds team had a more competitive match with James Thorn (Year 11) and Hamish Campbell-Cowan (Year 9) giving their best efforts to ensure a win. With the match close for its entirety, Camberwell were able to come out as victors against a very persistent Mulgrave side with the score ending Camberwell 3 rubbers, 189 points to 2 rubbers, 168 points. Camberwell Grammar’s Kayaking team had a successful day at the Victorian School’s Sprint and Marathon Championships, fielding the biggest team amongst all of the schools. Henry Baker and Rafael Carmel (both Year 8) both paddled extremely well to come away with the silver medal in the U/14 marathon race. In the U/16 K2 event, the team of Maxwell Boyle and Campbell Rowland (both Year 9) also finished second whilst Eric Tang and Leo Yang (both Year 10) placed third. In the sprints, there were a number of great performances from both the experienced Senior School paddlers and the newer U/14 and U/16 students. In their first school kayaking event, Joel Cooray and David Thomas (both Year 9) emerged as gold medallists for their respective events illustrating the bright future ahead for Camberwell Grammar Kayaking. The Triathlon squad competed in the fifth race in the series at Portarlington, which also served as the Victorian Sprint Distance Championship. The sun was shining, the water was flat, and the wind was light conditions could not have been better for a triathlon! In the Fun Tri-race of 300 metre swim, 10 km bike and 3 km run, Jack Dobbyn (Year 8), competing in the 13/14 age category, maintained his excellent form placing 13th, followed by Tim Howard (Year 8), who continues to improve in every race. In the 14/15 category, Billy Swingler (Year 9), strong in all three ‘legs’, secured 8th place, while in the 16-19 category, Ryan Fitzgerald (Year 12) squeezed into a top ten finish after a good ride and swim. The Sprint Distance Championship is a challenging 800 metre swim, 26 km bike and 8 km run on a gravelly track. Racing in the Junior Elite category, Jack Amling (Year 12) secured 4th place after an impressive swim and blistering bike. In the 15-19 category, there were two excellent performances: Captain Harry Swingler (Year 12), having secured the fourth fastest swim time, secured 9th place, soon to be followed by Charlie Harper (Year 12) who, after a stunning run, secured 16th place.


Contents

Headmaster Easter Services of Worship End of Term Arrangements

AGSV Swimming Finals Senior School House Athletics Competition CGS Table Tennis AGSV 2019 Premiership Victory CGS Lawn Bowls AGSV 2019 Premiership Victory Red Cross Appeal

Middle School House Sport

Parent-Teacher Interviews AGSV Swimming Intensive Schoology Workshop Student Passwords House Athletics

Junior School

Victorian Premiers’ Reading Challenge 2019 Winter Uniform Dates Ahead

Sport

Dates Ahead

Careers Calendar Support Groups Links to Flyers

In Cycling, the squad headed to Casey Fields for individual criterium and team racing. In the Senior Male A team race, James Stambe, Jonathan Seeley and Captain Zac Kelly (all Year 10) finished 6th of 24 teams, averaging 39.5 km/hr over the 15 km race. There was a nail biting finish at the end of the Senior Male A criterium - four cyclists rounded the last bend - Trinity, Caulfield, St Kevin’s and Camberwell. With an almighty push in the last 10 metres, Zac Kelly led over the line with half a bike length clear of the other three to claim top tier. In the Senior Male B race, James Stambe stood on the podium with a bronze medal. A fantastic result given he was collected in a last lap collapse of the peloton. Pushed off the track, onto the grass and off his bike, James quickly rose to his feet, mounted the bike and raced after the leaders to claim third just behind them. The Junior Male A team of Ned Chesler (Year 8), Jason Li (Year 7), Timothy Yeow (Year 7) and Marcus Liew (Year 8) finished 10th of 18 teams – averaging 32 km/hr over their 11 km race. In the Junior Male B criterium, there was a “John Landy moment” - almost. Elliot Fry (Year 8) tore around the circuit only to be caught up in a race crash. Marcus Liew (Year 8) – in front of the mayhem - pulled over, doubled back and dismounted, checked on his teammate - before racing off to catch up with the leaders. Commentators and crowd were very impressed with Marcus’ concern and selfless action. In the Junior Male C, up and coming Year 7 student Timothy Yeow claimed 5th place, less than a second in front of Ned Chesler (7th). Timothy has been racing in midweek school cycling events at the Kew Teardrop, claiming a podium finish most weeks. This Friday, the Camberwell Grammar swimming squad will be heading to MSAC to compete in the annual AGSV swimming finals. Good luck to all boys competing and a big thank you to all those who are going to support our team. Sam Garrard, Captain of Games

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

Careers DATE

EVENT

Wednesday 27 March

Business Seminar – Monash University

Thursday 28 March

Work Experience Forms deadline

Friday 12 April

Experience Clever – La Trobe University Fashion Illustrator Workshop - Box Hill Institute

Thursday 2 to Sunday 5 May

VCE and Careers Expo 2019 – Caulfield Racecourse

Monday 3 to Friday 7 June

Year 10 Work Experience week

Thursday 20 June

OCGA Vocational Dinner

Experience Clever at La Trobe University Experience Clever gives Year 10-12 students the chance to experience university for a day. Choose from over 50 workshops in a range of study areas, and interact with university staff and students in fun and dynamic workshops. This event will take place from Friday 12 April 2019 9.00am to 4.30pm at the Union Building La Trobe University, Melbourne Campus. The day includes campus and accommodation tours, free catering, prizes and entertainment. Register early before sessions fill up at Experience Clever at La Trobe.

Fashion Illustrator – Holiday Workshop at Box Hill Institute This hands-on 1-day workshop in fashion illustration is designed for Year 10 to 12 students interested in experiencing life as a fashion illustrator. It will help you improve the way you communicate your design concepts and offer useful tips for folio presentation and layout. This event will be held at Box Hill Institute, Nelson Road on Friday 12 April 9.30am to 4.00pm. It costs $75, plus processing fee. Further information can be found at A Day in the Life of a Fashion Illustrator.

Monash University – Commerce/Business Seminar Find out what it’s really like to study at Monash at this Inside Monash Seminar. You will hear from a current student, a past student and an academic. It’s the best 90 minutes you could spend researching your course. This event will take place on Wednesday 27 March 6.30pm to 8.00pm at Lecture Theatre S3, 16 Rainforest Walk, Clayton Campus. Register here.

ADF Gap Year Applications are now open for roles across the Navy, Army and Air Force giving you the opportunity to enjoy fulfilling, active and worthwhile work, gain valuable skills and get paid. This is your chance to experience life in the ADF with no commitment beyond one year. Whatever your interests, you will find the perfect gap year role in areas such as: Administration, Aviation, Combat, Hospitality, Leadership Seamanship, Security and Logistics. Find out more and apply here. Page 5


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Headmaster Easter Services of Worship End of Term Arrangements

AGSV Swimming Finals

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

Senior School House Athletics Competition

Calendar

CGS Table Tennis AGSV 2019 Premiership Victory

Term 1, Week 8

CGS Lawn Bowls AGSV 2019 Premiership Victory Red Cross Appeal

Day

Date

Event

Monday

25 March

Year 10 History Excursion, Jewish Holocaust Centre, 9.15pm Middle School House Athletics Carnival, Bill Sewart Athletics Track, Burwood, 8.45am to 3.30pm Senior School Theatre Studies Play (Years 11 and 12) Dress Rehearsal, Middleton Theatre, 5.30pm to 7.30pm DAV, Inter-School Debating, Round 1, HRM/WLC, 6.00pm to 9.00pm

Tuesday

26 March

Year 6-12 Parent/Teacher Interviews, 3.00pm to 9.00pm Senior School Theatre Studies Play (Years 11 and 12), Middleton Theatre, 6.30pm to 8.30pm

Wednesday

27 March

Year 8 Excursion to ACMI and Chinatown; 8.45am to 3.20pm PLUS open 3.00pm to 4.30pm Australian Geography Competition, Geography Students in Years 6-10, during class time this week Music Students’ Recital, Music School, 7.30pm Junior School Southern Metro Regional Swimming Championships, MSAC, 10.00am to 2.00pm

Thursday

28 March

Year 8 Indonesian Students Excursion, Melbourne Zoo, 8.45am to 3.20pm Year 10 Excursion, Youth in Philanthropy, State Library, 9.00am Senior School House Multi Sport Competition, 1.00pm to 4.00pm

Friday

29 March

Year 11 Legal Studies Excursion, Prison Visit, 10.30am to 3.30pm Middle School House Sport Competition Round 1, 2.45pm to 4.00pm Senior School Activities, Round 1, 2.45pm to 4.00pm OCGA Dinner, Camberwell Room, 7.00pm to 11.00pm

Saturday

30 March

PLUS open 10.00am to 12.00 noon

Sunday

31 March

Senior School Play (Years 9 and 10) Technical Rehearsal, Middleton Theatre, 1.30pm to 5.30pm

Middle School House Sport

Parent-Teacher Interviews AGSV Swimming Intensive Schoology Workshop Student Passwords House Athletics

Junior School

Victorian Premiers’ Reading Challenge 2019 Winter Uniform Dates Ahead

Sport

Dates Ahead

Careers Calendar Support Groups Links to Flyers

Sport Diary Dates Day

Date

Event

Friday

22 March

AGSV Swimming Finals, 6.45pm

Saturday

23 March

Round 5 Squash Baseball Registration and Trials, Myrtle Park

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Friday

29 March

Tennis Presentation Evening

Saturday and Sunday

30-31 March

Kayaking Marathon Championships

Sunday

31 March

Cycling Interschools Criterium, Kew Triathlon, St Kilda

Monday

1 April

AGSV Invitational Golf Championship

Tuesday

2 April

AGSV Versus APS Summer Representative Matches

Wednesday

3 April

Swimming Presentation Evening


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Headmaster

Support Groups Cafeteria Roster

Date

Parents

Monday

25 March

Diana Clarke

AGSV Swimming Finals

Tuesday

26 March

Elle McKinna, Helen Johnson

Senior School House Athletics Competition

Wednesday

27 March

Marilyn Hii, Jin Kim

Thursday

28 March

Vivienne Katsoulotos

Friday

29 March

Melissa Greve, Belinda Luk

Red Cross Appeal

PLUS Roster

Date

Parents

Saturday

27 March

Sarah Sunderland, Jenny Salter Salter

House Sport

Wednesday

30 March

Selina Teoh Teoh, Joyce Jiang

Easter Services of Worship End of Term Arrangements

CGS Table Tennis AGSV 2019 Premiership Victory CGS Lawn Bowls AGSV 2019 Premiership Victory

Middle School Parent-Teacher Interviews AGSV Swimming Intensive Schoology Workshop Student Passwords House Athletics

Junior School

Victorian Premiers’ Reading Challenge 2019 Winter Uniform Dates Ahead

Sport

Dates Ahead

Careers Calendar Support Groups Links to Flyers

CGS Auxiliary Entertainment Book Fundraiser 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. Photo Albums – Available Now! 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.

Friends of Tennis Presentation Night Twilight Tournament Friday 29 March, 4.30pm to 7.30pm CGS Jack Tobias Oval Cost: $10 per person or $30 per family of four or more Bookings: www.trybooking.com/BBFHB RSVP: Monday 25 March See flyer attached

Friends of Hockey Season Opener and Round Robin Tournament Tuesday 2 April, 4.00pm to 5.30pm School Hockey Field Cost: $5 per ticket Bookings: www.trybooking.com/483851 BBQ and soft drinks can be booked here as well. RSVP: Friday 29 March. Enquiries or dietary requirements: Chris Howell chrish@photodirect.com.au. See flyer attached.

Friends of Football Season Launch and Jumper Presentation Evening Wednesday 24 April, 6.00pm to 8.00pm Camberwell Room, Sports Centre. Bookings through Trybooking www.trybooking.com/483345

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. Ticket sales are now open. Please visit here book your tickets www.trybooking.com/BAMBD Please note - Tickets can be purchased individually and you will be allocated seating with your nominated year level, alternatively you can book a table of 10 and provide details of who will be seated at your table. Limited tickets available – book now to avoid disappointment.

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 attached flyer for more information. Page 7


Contents

Headmaster Easter Services of Worship End of Term Arrangements

AGSV Swimming Finals Senior School House Athletics Competition CGS Table Tennis AGSV 2019 Premiership Victory CGS Lawn Bowls AGSV 2019 Premiership Victory Red Cross Appeal

Middle School House Sport

Parent-Teacher Interviews AGSV Swimming Intensive Schoology Workshop Student Passwords House Athletics

Junior School

Victorian Premiers’ Reading Challenge 2019 Winter Uniform Dates Ahead

Sport

Dates Ahead

Careers Calendar Support Groups Links to Flyers

OCGA Events Friday

22 March

Battle of the Decades Tennis Tournament, Kooyong Lawn Tennis Club

Friday

29 March

2019 OCGA Dinner

Tuesday

2 April

ACT Network Function, Parlour Wine Room

OCGA Dinner - Friday 28 March The dinner will be addressed by Steve McKnight (Class of 1989) Steve’s topic for the night is ‘From Survival to Significance - How to Create and Leave a Lasting Legacy’ After beginning in a career in accounting, in 1999 Steve began investing in real estate and pioneered new strategies and techniques that allowed him to acquire hundreds of properties, achieving financial freedom by age 32. His first book, ‘From 0 to 130 Properties in 3.5 Years’, has sold more than 200,000 copies and is a number 1 best-seller. In 2003 Steve established a private foundation to empower disadvantaged children, donating all his book royalties, amounting to well over 1 million dollars to this foundation. He has spoken around the world and has helped millions of people become better investors. In 2018 Steve began his most ambitious project yet, renovating the earth by planting 185,000 trees as part of Gippsland’s largest ever reforestation program.

Diary Dates Year 6 Parent Dinner Date: Saturday 23 March Time: 6.30pm Venue: George’s Address: 819 Burke Road Camberwell Bookings: www.trybooking.com/BAXBM Prep Park Play, Scooters and Bikes Date: Sunday 24 March Time: 2.00pm Venue: Macleay Park Address: 101 Belmore Road, Balwyn North Pre-Prep Mums Dinner – SAVE THE DATE Date: Tuesday 26 March Time: 7.00pm Venue: St Cloud Eating House Address: 644 Burwood Road, Hawthorn East Cost: $55 per person RSVP: Sunday 24 March Contact: Rini 0416 855 513 (Please advise of any dietary requirements). Year 11 Parents Drinks and Nibbles Date: Thursday 28 March Venue: Youngs Wine Rooms Address: 227 Camberwell Road, Hawthorn East RSVP: Monday 25 March to nessaneils@gmail.com Year 7 Parents Mix and Mingle Date: Friday 29 March Time: 8.00pm - late Venue: Beer Deluxe Address: 329 Burwood Road, Hawthorn Bookings: www.trybooking.com/BBGDO Details: This is a great opportunity to get to know fellow Year 7 parents over an after dinner drink. RSVP: Friday 22 March Click here for link to invite

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Contents

Headmaster Easter Services of Worship End of Term Arrangements

AGSV Swimming Finals Senior School House Athletics Competition CGS Table Tennis AGSV 2019 Premiership Victory CGS Lawn Bowls AGSV 2019 Premiership Victory Red Cross Appeal

Middle School House Sport

Parent-Teacher Interviews AGSV Swimming Intensive Schoology Workshop Student Passwords House Athletics

Junior School

Victorian Premiers’ Reading Challenge 2019 Winter Uniform Dates Ahead

Sport

Dates Ahead

Careers Calendar Support Groups Links to Flyers

Year 2 Parents and Partners Dinner Date: Saturday 30 March Time: 7.30pm Venue: Pembroke Bar and Kitchen Address: 147 Union Road, Surrey Hills Cost: $60 per head Year 4 Family Easter Egg Hunt Date: Sunday 31 March Time: 11.00am onwards Venue: Wattle Park Address: Riversdale Road, Burwood Details: $5 per child to participate in the Easter Egg Hunt which begins at 12.00 noon. Please BYO Picnic. Bookings: www.trybooking.com/BBHRJ RSVP: Friday 22 March Year 3 Kids Activity Date: Sunday 31 March Venue: Wonderland Junior Address: 101 Waterfront Way, Docklands Cost: $25.00 per child for unlimited rides, timing. Year 3 Coffee Morning Date: Friday 5 April Time: After drop off Venue: Snow Pony Café Address: 95 Whitehorse Rd, Deepdene Year 3 Mum’s Lunch Date: Sunday 28 April Time: 12.30pm Venue: Kew Nursery Address: 2 Gladstone Street, Kew

Flyers

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Hockey Season Launch Flyer

Friends of Tennis Presentation Night

12 Angry Men Year 9/10 Production

CGS Winter Ball Flyer

School Album Order Form

FOPA Music Bag Flyer

Profile for Camberwell Grammar School

Weekly Bulletin 22 March 2019  

Weekly Bulletin 22 March 2019