News

Below are the latest news articles from the staff and students at Gungahlin College. When you click on one of the stories, you'll go to the full article on the Gungahlin College News website.


What is on – Week 6

Published on 18 August 2017
2017 SCHOOL SATISFACTION SURVEY The 2017 School Satisfaction Survey for parents and carers is now open. If you have not already completed the survey, please do by Monday 28 August 2017. A letter about the parent and carer survey was emailed to parents and carers or sent home with students. If you do not have […]
read more...

What is on – Week 5

Published on 11 August 2017
2017 SCHOOL SATISFACTION SURVEY This week you should have received an email with a link and unique code to complete the 2017 School Satisfaction Survey about your level of satisfaction with some key aspects of our college. The survey results will contribute to our college improvement processes. It won’t take much time (about five minutes) […]
read more...

Gungahlin College Theatre Company presents …

Published on 7 August 2017
The Gungahlin College Theatre Company is absurdly proud to present its production of Alfred Jarry’s Ubu Roi. Ubu Roi is a scatalogical parody of Shakespeare’s Macbeth, with a swirl of King Lear and Hamlet flushed in as well. So, you know, lots of people die… badly. But in its defence … a lot of other […]
read more...

Careers Xpo 2017

Published on 7 August 2017
On Wednesday 2 August, 300 of our year 12 and 10 students caught articulated buses to the annual Careers Xpo. This opportunity was provided as part of our transition out process and enabled students to investigate courses at Tertiary Institutions, both local and interstate. There were quite a few potted plants coming back to College […]
read more...

What is on – Week 4

Published on 5 August 2017
TIMETABLE CHANGES Week 4 Monday 7 August – Thursday timetable due to Moderation Day on Thursday 10 August. Thursday 10 August – Moderation Day – no classes (lots of home study) Week 5 Week 5 is Test Week and will operate on an alternate timetable. Monday 14 and Tuesday 15 August will cover all lines with […]
read more...

Around the College

Published on 5 August 2017
GUNGAHLIN COLLEGE ARTWORK IN THE HEART OF GUNGAHLIN A new community artwork, executed by 23 students from Gungahlin College was unveiled in the heart of Gungahlin this week. The artwork is the first step towards progressing the growth of arts in the region; the next of which is to transform Gungahlin College’s Arts Stage into […]
read more...

What is on – Week 3

Published on 28 July 2017
CAREERS XPO – YEAR 10 & 12 EXCURSION On Wednesday 2 August all Year 10 and Year 12 students must attend the careers Expo from 12.25–2.15pm. This excursion is an alternative program in lieu of second Line F and Line H. All year 10 and 12 students who do not have a class on F or H Line […]
read more...

Around the College

Published on 28 July 2017
WORK EXPERIENCE The end of Semester 1 marks a very busy period within Careers with many students undertaking Work Experience (WEX) and Structured Workplace Learning (SWL) placements in Weeks 19 and 20. Congratulations to those students who participated in these career exploration activities, as they consider a range of employment and study options post college. […]
read more...

GC Students Diverse Birds Public Artwork at Marketplace Gungahlin

Published on 28 July 2017
Our Gungahlin College year 12 Painting students have created a 14 metre wall installation of painted birds, which is on permanent exhibition in the Gungahlin Market Place. The painting will be officially opened to the public next Tuesday, the 1st of August at 10:30am. The installation of Diverse Birds artwork was a Community Arts Project […]
read more...

What is on – Week 2

Published on 21 July 2017
THE FUTURE OF EDUCATION – AN ACT COMMUNITY CONVERSATION In February 2017 the Minister for Education and Early Childhood, Yvette Berry, outlined her intention to consult with a broad spectrum of the community to listen to their views on the future of education in the ACT. As part of this the Gungahlin College P&C would […]
read more...