Gungahlin College

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What is On – Week 12

Published on 18 October 2019
MENTAL HEALTH MONTH Take a mental health moment – October is Mental Health Month Looking after our mental health and wellbeing is as important as looking after our physical health. During October, there are community events across Canberra where you can have fun, relax and learn more about mental wellbeing. Some of the best things […]

What is On – Week 11

Published on 11 October 2019
PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE Make your life a masterpiece; imagine no limitation on what you can be, have or do. Brian Tracy Thank you to everyone for a positive and successful Term 3. We hope that you were able to make it along to our Parent Teacher Interviews in Week 10. If you weren’t, please remember that […]

Opt in sessions a winner at GNGC

Published on 24 September 2019
The Opt-in sessions run by Orion are a hit. Students mix with peers and teachers playing board games and cards.

Korean Delegate visit

Published on 23 September 2019
On Wednesday 18 September Gungahlin College hosted visiting teachers from Korean schools. They were very impressed by all of our facilities, teaching practises and Well-Being program.

What is On – Week 10

Published on 20 September 2019
SCHOOL HOLIDAY PERIOD We wish everyone a safe and enjoyable Spring break! The school holiday period starts Monday 30 September and goes through to Friday 11 October. During this time the school will be closed and not open to the students and public. All enquiries should be directed to the ACT Education Directorate: Phone: 6205 5429 or […]

Backstage at ‘Mort’

Published on 18 September 2019
Peek behind the curtain of Gungahlin College’s production of Terry Pratchett’s ‘Mort’, 17-21 September.

Acknowledgement of Country

Gungahlin College acknowledges and pays respect to the past, present and future Traditional Custodians of the ACT. We acknowledge and respect their continuing culture and the contribution they make to the life of this city and this region.