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Edition 43, 15 March 2019

From the Headmaster

Headmaster

Year 7 Mothers’ and Sons’ Breakfast

Year 7 Mothers’ and Sons’ Breakfast

Yesterday morning I was lucky enough to attend a wonderful Year 7 Mums’ and Sons’ Breakfast. Our guest speakers were Cooper Carbone (Year 8) and School Captain Jack Amling (Year 12) who shared with us their personal reflections of school life at Camberwell Grammar School, and particularly their memories as students in Year 7. They also paid a lovely tribute to their Mums, and to all Mums. I am very grateful to the Development Office staff who organised a very enjoyable morning.

Year 9 and 10 Production VSSA Basketball Award AGSV Sports Representatives – Summer 2019

Middle School House Sport

Schoology Workshop Year 7 Graffiti Prevention and Life-Skills Congratulations

Year 9 and 10 Production I am pleased to invite you to the 2019 Year 9/10 production, 12 Angry Men, written by Reginald Rose and directed by Ms Penny Wood. The play depicts a jury sent to deliberate the outcome of a murder trial. What seems to be an open-and-shut case turns into an exploration of prejudice, class and morality. The cast will be doing one performance for parents and the school community on Thursday 4 April at 7.30pm in the Middleton Theatre. Bookings can be made through this TryBooking link www.trybooking.com/BBJEL. Further information can be found in the flyer attached to this Bulletin.

Parent Teacher Interviews

VSSA Basketball Award

2019 Beachside Divisional Swimming Championships

Term 1 Soirée

We are thrilled to announce that Ryder Cheesman (Year 7) has recently won the 2018 VSSA Award for Basketball. Ryder began competing in Basketball at the age of eight and has been playing and representing Basketball ever since. He was in the winning team at the Australian School Sport Championships in Darwin last year.

Junior School Musical Production (Years 3 – 5)

AGSV Sports Representatives – Summer 2019

Junior School

Victorian Premiers’ Reading Challenge 2019 Working with Children Legislation Reminder Dates Ahead

Sport

Dates Ahead

Careers Calendar Support Groups Links to Flyers

With the end of the Summer Sport season comes the selection of the AGSV representative teams who will compete against APS representative teams. I am delighted to announce that a number of CGS boys have been selected to represent the AGSV in upcoming matches. They are: Cricket: Vihaan Narayana (Year 12) Table Tennis: Nathan Shi (Captain) (Year 11) Ethan Tang (Year 11) Daniel Ho (Year 10) Bryden Tan (Emergency) (Year 11) We wish them well in their games against the APS, which Camberwell Grammar School will be proudly hosting on Tuesday 2 April 2019. Paul Hicks, Headmaster

Middle School 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

Welcome back from the Long Weekend. I hope that your batteries were sufficiently charged for the final few weeks of Term 1. I know that the staff and boys who attended the Year 7 camp needed the rest after a rewarding camp at Lord Somers.

House Sport A sea of House Colours flooded the School grounds this afternoon in glorious conditions for Round 1 of the House Sports Competition. Congratulations to the boys who took part in hockey, soccer, volleyball and table tennis. The boys will rotate through the sports in vertical groups (Year 6-8), over the remaining Fridays in Term 1.

Schoology Workshop Page 1

A follow-up Schoology Workshop will be held for parents next Tuesday 19 March in A21 from 6.30pm by Mr Scott Wyatt. These workshops are designed for parents who are not very familiar with technology, or would simply like some more support with Schoology. Registration is essential, please click here to do so.


Contents

Headmaster Year 7 Mothers’ and Sons’ Breakfast Year 9 and 10 Production VSSA Basketball Award AGSV Sports Representatives – Summer 2019

Middle School House Sport

Schoology Workshop Year 7 Graffiti Prevention and Life-Skills Congratulations Parent Teacher Interviews

Junior School

2019 Beachside Divisional Swimming Championships Term 1 Soirée Junior School Musical Production (Years 3 – 5) Victorian Premiers’ Reading Challenge 2019 Working with Children Legislation Reminder Dates Ahead

Sport

Dates Ahead

Careers Calendar Support Groups

Year 7 Graffiti Prevention and Life-Skills Year 7 were treated to a highly entertaining incursion last Wednesday on graffiti prevention and life-skills that highlighted critical issues that boys often face at this stage of their development. Credit to our boys for the manner in which they took part.

Congratulations Last Friday the following Year 6 boys qualified for the Southern Metro Regional Swimming Championships being held at MSAC on Thursday 28 March. Congratulations to: Arya Noor, Ross Sykiotis, Nicholas Wang and William Watson.

Parent Teacher Interviews As the Parent-Teacher Interviews begin at 3.00pm on Wednesday 20 March and Tuesday 26 March, students in Years 6-12 will be dismissed from school at 2.45pm. To book interviews, please login to the School Portal: https://portal.cgs.vic.edu.au Troy Stanley, Head of Middle School

Junior School 2019 Beachside Divisional Swimming Championships On Friday 8 March a team of eight Junior and Middle School boys competed in the Beachside Division Swimming Championships held at Oakleigh Pool. The following boys are to be congratulated on their performances on the day: Nicholas Wang (Year 6), Ross Sykiotis (Year 6), William Watson (Year 6), Arya Noor (Year 6), Melvin Zhang (Year 5), Luca Sanfilippo (Year 4), Roy Legge (Year 4) and Sean Verghese (Year 4). Special recognition goes to our 12 Years Freestyle relay team (William Watson, Nicholas Wang, Arya Noor and Ross Sykiotis) who broke the Beachside Divisional record for the 4x50m Freestyle relay, with a time of 2.18.13. William Watson (12 Years Butterfly) and Melvin Zhang (10 Years Butterfly) are to be commended for their first place overall in their Butterfly event. These boys have now qualified for the Southern Metro Regional Championships to be held at MSAC on Thursday 28 March at MSAC. 10 Years Name

Event

Result

Time

Melvin Zhang

4x50m Free Relay

1st in Heat

2.54.81

Butterfly (50m)

1st Overall

40.63

Freestyle (50m)

2nd Overall

36.14

Luca Sanfilipo

4x50m Free Relay

1st in Heat

2.54.81

Sean Verghese

4x50m Free Relay

1st in Heat

2.54.81

Roy Legge

4x50m Free Relay

1st in Heat

2.54.81

Links to Flyers

12 Years Name

Event

Result

Time

William Watson

4x50m Free Relay

1st Overall

2.18.13

4x50m Medley Relay

1st Overall

2.42.78

Butterfly (50m)

1st Overall

35.12

Freestyle (50m)

2nd Overall

30.96

4x50m Free Relay

1st Overall

2.18.13

4x50m Medley Relay

1st Overall

2.42.78

Breaststroke (50m)

5th in Heat

48.52

4x50m Free Relay

1st Overall

2.18.13

4x50m Medley Relay

1st Overall

2.42.78

Backstroke (50m)

2nd Overall

41.16

Freestyle (50m)

3rd Overall

34.12

4x50m Free Relay

1st Overall

2.18.13

4x50m Medley Relay

1st Overall

2.42.78

Nicholas Wang

Ross Sykiotis

Arya Noor

Nick Appleyard, Sportsmaster, Junior School Page 2


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Headmaster

Year 7 Mothers’ and Sons’ Breakfast Year 9 and 10 Production VSSA Basketball Award

Term 1 Soirée Congratulations to our young instrumentalists who prepared and performed solo and group musical items at this week’s Junior School Soirée. Included in the program were a student composition and a student arrangement - a remarkable achievement. All performers are to be commended on their polished musical presentations so early in the year.

Junior School Musical Production (Years 3 – 5)

Schoology Workshop

The Amazing Adventures of Superstan has been announced this week as the Junior School Production to be performed in the final week of Term 2. The cast comprises all students in Years 3, 4 and 5 with the opportunity for boys in Years 4 and 5 to audition for leading roles. Many boys have shown interest in a solo role by taking home the audition script to prepare for first round auditions to be held next Tuesday at lunchtime. Further details and all updates can be found on the Music Performances link of each class Parent Portal and on the Production notice board in Junior School.

Year 7 Graffiti Prevention and Life-Skills

Helen Thomas, Assistant Director of Music, Junior School

AGSV Sports Representatives – Summer 2019

Middle School House Sport

Congratulations Parent Teacher Interviews

Junior School

2019 Beachside Divisional Swimming Championships

Term 1 Soirée Junior School Musical Production (Years 3 – 5) Victorian Premiers’ Reading Challenge 2019 Working with Children Legislation Reminder

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 March 29. Mrs Walker will need to 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 on 23 August.

Dates Ahead

Mrs Maryanne Walker, Junior School Library

Dates Ahead

Dates Ahead

Sport

Careers Calendar Support Groups Links to Flyers

Wednesday 20 March Friday 22 March Monday 25 March Friday 5 April

Assembly - Year 5A hosts, Presentation of Executive Badges House Games Afternoon Last Week of Club Norge Junior School Easter Service, St Mark’s, 1.00pm Term 1 Concludes

Howard Kelly, Head of Junior School

Sport

The majority of sports have finished for the season however there is still plenty happening this weekend. Lawn Bowls have their finals, Squash have another round and Cycling, Kayaking and Triathlon have major events. The Swimming Squad also continues the preparations for the AGSV Finals night, being held at MSAC on Friday 22 March. Supporters are more than welcome and encouraged to attend the Swimming. Come to the Sports Office for more information. Some Winter Sport trials for Firsts teams have already commenced. Notifications have been published in the daily notices and if students are still unaware, they should contact the staff member in charge of the sport or see me in the Sports Office. Winter sport team lists and training schedules are now on display at the Sports Office. They have also been uploaded to the Sport TeamApp. Students should check which sport and team they have been allocated to. If there are any concerns, they need to consult me as soon as possible. Also, students wanting to trial for a higher graded team should attend the training session of the higher team but ensure they communicate with their allocated team’s staff member. It was excellent to see over 160 people at the Basketball presentation night on Wednesday evening. We were entertained by guest speaker, Felix van Hofe and acknowledged the students who made significant contributions to their team. Cricket are next to host their presentation evening on Monday, followed by Tennis on Friday 29 March. Swimming rounds out the presentation evenings on Wednesday 3 April. Be sure to come along to the evenings. They are always great fun! Colours for Firsts teams are being determined and will be advertised at the Sports Office soon. Students will be notified through daily notices. When they are published, students will have one week to view and make any disputes. 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.

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Headmaster

Year 7 Mothers’ and Sons’ Breakfast Year 9 and 10 Production VSSA Basketball Award AGSV Sports Representatives – Summer 2019

Middle School House Sport

Schoology Workshop Year 7 Graffiti Prevention and Life-Skills Congratulations Parent Teacher Interviews

Junior School

2019 Beachside Divisional Swimming Championships

Term 1 Soirée Junior School Musical Production (Years 3 – 5) Victorian Premiers’ Reading Challenge 2019 Working with Children Legislation Reminder Dates Ahead

Sport

Dates Ahead

Careers Calendar Support Groups Links to Flyers

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

Careers DATE

EVENT

Thursday 28 March

Work Experience Forms Deadline

Thursday 2 to Sunday 5 May

VCE and Careers Expo 2019 – Caulfield Racecourse

Monday 3 to Friday 7 June

Year 10 Work Experience Week

Projects Abroad - Information Session Projects Abroad High School Projects are designed for Year 10 and 11 students who want to see the world whilst making a difference. Their summer trips will run from December 1-14 and 8-21 2019 and January 5-18 2020 in Cambodia, Nepal, Fiji, Kenya, Sri Lanka and Thailand. Find out more at an information session this Monday March 18, 2019 at Northcote Town Hall, 189 High Street, Northcote from 6.30pm to 7.30pm. Details and registration can be found here.

Southern Cross Cultural Exchange - Information Session Those considering applying for a student exchange program are encouraged to attend an information session for a comprehensive and realistic overview of the exchange process and understand what to expect from the experience. Past exchange students will share their experiences. This event will occur on Tuesday March 19 from 7.00pm at the Hawthorn Library 584 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Register here for further details.

Academy of Interactive Entertainment - Information Evening Discover the courses designed to get you started in game development, 3D animation and visual effects at the AIE Information Evening on Wed 20th March, from 6.00pm to 8.00pm, at their city campus. The evening will include presentations on different areas of industry as well as information about AIE courses and entry requirements. Student work will be on display and teachers available to speak with you. Register and find further information here.

Deakin University Step on Campus Tours Step on Campus Tours are running in the Term 1 school holidays and students are invited to attend. Be taken on a 45-minute tour of your chosen campus by a current Deakin student and find out about university life, study areas and what it’s really like to be a student at Deakin! Register at Step on Campus tours.

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 1, Week 7

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Day

Date

Event

Tuesday

19 March

CGS Foundation AGM, Camberwell Room, 6.30pm to 8.30pm

Wednesday

20 March

PLUS open 3.00pm to 4.30pm Year 6-12 Parent/Teacher Interviews, 3.00pm to 9.00pm (No Period 8 classes)

Thursday

21 March

INCURSION: United Nations Diplomacy Day 2019: Year 8: Camberwell Room

Friday

22 March

Junior School House Games Afternoon, 1.00pm to 3.00pm Middle School House Sport Competition Round 1, 2.45pm to 4.00pm Senior School Activities, Round 1, 2.45pm to 4.00pm AGSV Swimming Finals, MSAC, 6.30pm

Saturday

23 March

PLUS open 10.00am to 12.00 noon


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Sport Diary Dates

Headmaster

Day

Date

Event

Year 7 Mothers’ and Sons’ Breakfast

Friday

15 March

AGSV Swimming Duel in the Pool

Saturday

16 March

AGSV Lawn Bowls Finals Round 4 Squash Cycling Interschools Criterium at Casey Fields

Sunday

17 March

Kayaking Schools Marathon and Sprint Championships in Nagambie

House Sport

Monday

18 March

Cricket Presentation Evening

Schoology Workshop

Friday

22 March

AGSV Swimming Finals, 6.45pm

Saturday

23 March

Round 5 Squash

Friday

29 March

Tennis Presentation Evening

Saturday and Sunday

30-31 March

Kayaking Marathon Championships

Sunday

31 March

Cycling Interschools Criterium at Kew

Monday

1 April

AGSV Invitational Golf Championship

Tuesday

2 April

AGSV Versus APS Summer Representative Matches

Year 9 and 10 Production VSSA Basketball Award AGSV Sports Representatives – Summer 2019

Middle School

Year 7 Graffiti Prevention and Life-Skills Congratulations Parent Teacher Interviews

Junior School

2019 Beachside Divisional Swimming Championships

Term 1 Soirée Junior School Musical Production (Years 3 – 5) Victorian Premiers’ Reading Challenge 2019 Working with Children Legislation Reminder Dates Ahead

Sport

Dates Ahead

Careers Calendar Support Groups Links to Flyers

Support Groups Cafeteria Roster

Date

Parents

Monday

18 March

Clara Lee-Brown, Jin Kim

Tuesday

19 March

Kate Locke

Wednesday

20 March

Diana Clarke

Thursday

21 March

Vivienne Katsoulotos, Louise Ambry

Friday

22 March

Corie Richardson, Kelsey Smith

PLUS Roster

Date

Parents

Saturday

16 March

Terisa Kovos, Michelle Lawrence, Miriam Smith

Wednesday

20 March

Tracy McCabe, Belinda Smith, Michaela Solly

CGS Auxiliary Pudding preparations begin! This Wednesday 20 March from 8.30am to 10.30am in the Camberwell Room for foil cutting. All welcome to attend as many hands make light work and we would love to see you there. To sign up for volunteering on this particular occasion please visit volunteersignup.org/WJ3CK . Any queries contact Allison Guerrieri aguerrie@bigpond.net.au on behalf of the Auxiliary pudding team of 2019. 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 Cricket Presentation Evening Monday 18 March, 6.30pm Camberwell Room, Sports Centre Tickets: $12 per person (includes pizza dinner and soft drinks. Bookings: www.trybooking.com/BBHFR RSVP: Thursday 14 March Page 5


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Headmaster

Year 7 Mothers’ and Sons’ Breakfast Year 9 and 10 Production VSSA Basketball Award AGSV Sports Representatives – Summer 2019

Friends of Soccer General Meeting Monday 18 March, 6.00pm The meeting will be held at the home of Mary Sawyer and Justin Macdonald - 1 Tedstone Crescent, Balwyn. All are invited to attend.

Cadet Auxiliary

Middle School

General Meeting Tuesday 19 March, 7.00pm Development Office Round Room.

Schoology Workshop

Friends of Tennis

House Sport

Year 7 Graffiti Prevention and Life-Skills Congratulations Parent Teacher Interviews

Junior School

2019 Beachside Divisional Swimming Championships

Term 1 Soirée Junior School Musical Production (Years 3 – 5) Victorian Premiers’ Reading Challenge 2019 Working with Children Legislation Reminder Dates Ahead

Sport

Dates Ahead

Careers Calendar Support Groups Links to Flyers

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 4 or more Bookings: www.trybooking.com/BBFHB RSVP: Monday 25 March

Friends of Hockey Season Opener – Save the Date Tuesday 2 April Further details to come CGS Sport Drink Bottles Last Chance to Purchase As you may be aware, Friends of Hockey have been selling CGS Sport branded drink bottles. We only have a limited supply left and the last day to order will be Monday 18 March. Your name is clearly displayed on this high quality and long lasting Non-BPA plastic bottle. Designed for sport, it is 800ml, has a robust lid and spout to drink from whilst on the run. The clear view strip makes it easy to mixing sporting fluids. Built to withstand the rigours of sport and normal school life, it is bound to find its way back to you if left behind at sport or around school. Available through Trybooking for $16 each - www.trybooking.com/VEYX.

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 - Save the Date 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 Box Office Tickets Friends of Performing Arts (FOPA) are organising discounted group tickets for performances of Opera Australia’s West Side Story and Come From Away. Enjoy significant savings, help raise funds for Performing Arts activities at the school, be part of the CGS Community and enjoy a show. Please note that early bird tickets for Come From Away are payable by Monday 25 February 2019. West Side Story Date: Sunday 28 April Time: 3.00pm Venue: Arts Centre Melbourne Address: 100 St Kilda Road, Melbourne Tickets: $135.00 group price (full price $140.00) Expressions of Interest: www.trybooking.com/YXYG Limited seats available. Come From Away Date: Sunday 28 July Time: 2.00pm Page 6


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Headmaster

Year 7 Mothers’ and Sons’ Breakfast Year 9 and 10 Production VSSA Basketball Award AGSV Sports Representatives – Summer 2019

Middle School House Sport

Schoology Workshop Year 7 Graffiti Prevention and Life-Skills Congratulations Parent Teacher Interviews

Junior School

2019 Beachside Divisional Swimming Championships

Term 1 Soirée Junior School Musical Production (Years 3 – 5) Victorian Premiers’ Reading Challenge 2019 Working with Children Legislation Reminder Dates Ahead

Sport

Dates Ahead

Careers Calendar Support Groups Links to Flyers

Venue: Comedy Theatre Address: 240 Exhibition Street, Melbourne Tickets: $110 early bird (pay by 25/2/19), $120 group price (full price $135) Expressions of Interest: www.trybooking.com/YXYD Limited seats available. For any quest please email cgsfriendsofperformingarts@gmail.com 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.

OCGA Events Sunday

17 March

Geelong and Surrounds Network Function, Suma Park Estate, Queenscliff

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

Diary Dates Year 8 Parents’/Guardians’ Dinner Date: Saturday 16 March Time: 6.30pm Venue: The Auburn Hotel Address: 85 Auburn Road, Hawthorn Cost: $40 per head (plus booking fee) Details: Cost includes hot and cold canapés and one drink. Bookings: www.trybooking.com/467782 Year 10 Parents Cocktails and Catch-up - SAVE THE DATE Date: Saturday 16 March Time: 7.30pm Address: 17 Pine Avenue, Camberwell Cost: $20 per person (plus booking fee) Bookings: www.trybooking.com/BARAM Details: Cocktail on arrival, feasting table and soft drinks provided. BYO: Please BYO all other alcohol Year 5 Parent Dinner Date: Saturday 16 March Time: 7.00pm Venue: Pembroke Bar and Kitchen Address: 147 Union Road, Surrey Hills Tickets: $39 per head (includes a variety of hot and cold finger food. Drinks ordered and paid for at the bar separately) RSVP: Thursday 14 March Contact: Christina cjack01@me.com Year 3 Mum’s Lunch Date: Sunday 17 March Venue: Kew Nursery Details: To come. Year 6 Parent Dinner Date: Saturday 23 March Time: 6.30pm Venue: George’s Address: 819 Burke Road Camberwell Bookings: www.trybooking.com/BAXBM

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Headmaster

Year 7 Mothers’ and Sons’ Breakfast Year 9 and 10 Production VSSA Basketball Award AGSV Sports Representatives – Summer 2019

Middle School House Sport

Schoology Workshop Year 7 Graffiti Prevention and Life-Skills Congratulations Parent Teacher Interviews

Junior School

2019 Beachside Divisional Swimming Championships

Term 1 Soirée Junior School Musical Production (Years 3 – 5) Victorian Premiers’ Reading Challenge 2019 Working with Children Legislation Reminder Dates Ahead

Sport

Dates Ahead

Careers Calendar Support Groups Links to Flyers

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 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

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Headmaster

Year 7 Mothers’ and Sons’ Breakfast Year 9 and 10 Production VSSA Basketball Award AGSV Sports Representatives – Summer 2019

Middle School House Sport

Schoology Workshop Year 7 Graffiti Prevention and Life-Skills Congratulations

Year 3 Mum’s Lunch Date: Sunday 28 April Time: 12.30pm Venue: Kew Nursery Address: 2 Gladstone Street, Kew Parents’ Prayer Group The CGS Parents’ Prayer Group will meet this Tuesday 19 March at 2.00pm (for 2.05pm start) in All Souls Chapel. We meet to pray for the boys, the staff, the school community and the life of the school. Newcomers are warmly invited to attend. For further information or to make a confidential prayer request, please contact: Rev Charles Butler cbd@cgs.vic.edu.au or Mrs Ros Thorn 0418 736 865 rosalindhthorn@gmail.com.

Flyers •

12 Angry Men Year 9/10 Production

CGS Winter Ball Flyer

Term 1 Soirée

School Album Order Form

Junior School Musical Production (Years 3 – 5)

Friends of Hockey Drink Bottle Flyer

FOPA Music Bag Flyer

Parent Teacher Interviews

Junior School

2019 Beachside Divisional Swimming Championships

Victorian Premiers’ Reading Challenge 2019 Working with Children Legislation Reminder Dates Ahead

Sport

Dates Ahead

Careers Calendar Support Groups Links to Flyers

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Profile for Camberwell Grammar School

Weekly Bulletin 15 March 2019  

Weekly Bulletin 15 March 2019