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What is on – Week 14

Published on 17 May 2019
PATHWAYS BEYOND COLLEGE DAY – MONDAY 20 MAY The inaugural Pathways Beyond College Day will be held on Monday 20 May. This day will break from the regular schedule of classes and is designed to get students thinking about life beyond college and what they need to do to ensure the choices they make now, […]
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Students attend Parliamentary Debates

Published on 14 May 2019
Gungahlin College students Dan, Josh, Tennille and Tashani represented our school at the Interschool Parliamentary Debates at the ACT Legislative Assembly on the last day of Term One. The students experienced parliamentary debating in the Westminster tradition, debating two topics (‘Pill testing’ and ‘Renewable energy’) against other Colleges from across the ACT. The team was […]
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What is on – Week 13

Published on 10 May 2019
PATHWAYS BEYOND COLLEGE DAY – MONDAY 20 MAY The inaugural Pathways Beyond College Day will be held on Monday 20 May. This day will break from the regular schedule of classes and is designed to get students thinking about life beyond college and what they need to do to ensure the choices they make now, […]
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Events Around Canberra

Published on 10 May 2019
Hopefully everyone enjoyed some family time over the break as well as having time to recharge. ANZAC Day was a beautiful day with many opportunities for families to support the efforts of those that have performed military service, both past and present. Activities around the Capital continue despite the change in weather, (they say true […]
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Earth and Environmental Science Glaciation Excursion

Published on 9 May 2019
Earth and Environmental Science students travelled to Blue Lake in the Snowy Mountains, to make observations of primary evidence for Glaciation on mainland Australia. Students undertook a 5km walk up to Blue Lake observing evidence for glaciation such as U-shaped valleys, cirque basins, moraines and tarns. Students were able to investigate the complex geomorphology of […]
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ANU Language Excursion

Published on 9 May 2019
On Thursday 11 April, thirty Gungahlin College students attended the ANU HASS (Humanities and Social Sciences) and Languages Showcase 2019. The day was a good experience for our students to learn about the language courses offered at ANU and how crucial learning a language can be to a career or field of study. Many people […]
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