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2018 Japan Trip

Published on 23 May 2018
Over the course of the holidays, we were lucky enough to be a part of the Gungahlin College and Narrabundah College trip to Japan. We spent two and a half weeks exploring the traditional customs and also the modern activities of Japan. We began the trip in Tokyo with highlights including Disney Sea and the […]
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CIT Health Day Out

Published on 22 May 2018
On Tuesday week 3 we had a bus load of students attend the CIT Health Day Out. Students had the opportunity to look at where they would be studying if they attended the CIT in courses such as: Nursing, Animal studies, Community Services, Sport and Recreation, Fitness, Childcare, and Dentistry. Teachers were also available to […]
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Defence News-Defence Families Australia

Published on 22 May 2018
Defence Families of Australia Defence Families Australia will shortly have their National Conference held here in the ACT.  All the delegates from each state will meet  with the National Convenor to discuss matters affecting ADF families.  Our State Delegate, Mrs Emma Steil, would like to here from the local families of any issues that may […]
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What is on – Week 14

Published on 18 May 2018
Strength lies in differences not similarities On Monday we will celebrate Diversity Day. This will see a modified timetable to allow time for year assemblies and our traditional Can Drive (all proceeds going to OzHarvest). It’s important that students get into the spirit of the day and remember to wear their House colour as well […]
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Defence News

Published on 15 May 2018
Welcome to the new format for Defence News. To assist in providing more information to the College Defence students and their families, Defence News will now appear as a link in the weekly What’s on newsletters. This exciting new chapter will allow me to add more detail and media to my articles, making it more effective and […]
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Filmmaker Visit

Published on 14 May 2018
Our Media and Drama students were lucky enough to get a visit from filmmaker Ché Baker today. Our students are currently preparing their films for this year’s Cinema 6 festival, and it was great to have Ché provide some insider info into what it takes to get their films out there and some great tips and […]
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What is on – Week 13

Published on 13 May 2018
‘Cause we got love… Jessica Mauboy, Eurovision grand finalist As I write, Gungahlin College student Jessica Storrar (one of the two student representatives on our College Board) is winging her way to the USA with the CSIRO as part of her National Indigenous Student STEM award. This award is sponsored by BHP Billiton and was […]
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What is on – Week 12

Published on 4 May 2018
Success is no accident. It is hard work, perseverance, learning, studying, sacrifice and most of all, love of what you are doing or learning to do. Pele Term 2 is now well underway and as students prepare for assessments, assignments and final semester testing in mid-June,  I encourage you and your family to support your […]
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Biology excursion: Brindabella fieldwork

Published on 3 May 2018
Throughout Week 9 Year 12 Biology students undertook fieldwork in the Brindabella Ranges. Students collected data on tree density, canopy cover, tree circumference, and ground cover. The excursion took place a two different field sites the first near the Cotter Dam in the Stony Creek Nature Reserve and the second at the Bulls Head picnic […]
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What is on – Week 11

Published on 28 April 2018
We are not prisoners of the past, we are born yesterday – we have the ability to shape the future… There’s only one past, but many futures… Thanks to everyone for a busy and fast paced Term 1. We enjoyed welcoming in our new Year 10 SMART students and Year 11 students in Term 1, whilst […]
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