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Gungahlin College virtual tour



The Gungahlin College virtual tour series of videos covers: Teaching and learning at our college; Student Wellbeing Services; our new Student Wellbeing Hub; Vocational Education opportunities; Inclusion Support options; and, the Elite Programs offered at Gungahlin College.

News

What is On – Issue 10

Published on 11 June 2021
PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE Dear students, parents and carers, Our students have finished their final day of official classes for Semester 1 this week, including the completion of assessment for this semester. I take this opportunity to congratulate all our students and extend my thanks to their families, for their dedication and ongoing support. We welcome all […]
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If you need help, Jamie’s your guy!

Published on 8 June 2021
Writer: Sarah Akbar Photography: Sarah Akbar Editor: Marianne Mettes On Thursday in the NEXUS, I met the Youth Worker at Gungahlin College, Jamie Foster. Jamie is a very important person for the Gungahlin College community because he can help out when students feel stressed or have problems related to home, school and life in general. […]
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Gungahlin Gambiters competed in the Perth interschool chess tournament claiming a golden 1st place victory

Published on 3 June 2021
Writer: Lily Koeford & Keith Mullumby Photography: Lily Koeford & Keith Mullumby Editor: Marianne Mettes Our intrepid Gungahlin Gambiteers ventured across the Nullarbor Plain to wrest golden medals from the armies of the west in the Perth Chess Tourney! On the 11th of May, the Gungahlin Gambiters competed in the Perth interschool chess tournament claiming […]
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We are all one under ultraviolet light

Published on 3 June 2021
Writer: Lou Pinder Photography: Year 12 Photography students The Year 12 Photography students invited our First Nations students to join together and produced a series of ultraviolet light portrait photographs responding to their cultural identity for Reconciliation week. The 2021 National Reconciliation Week theme titled, is More than a word. This year’s Reconciliation takes action, […]
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Acknowledging Country at Gungahlin College

Published on 3 June 2021
Writer: Angie Rega – Cultural Integrity Team Photography: Lou Pinder Editor: Marianne Mettes Reconciliation Week’s theme this year is “Take Action” and our students and Cultural Integrity team reflected on this theme with a “Writing an Acknowledgement of Country” workshop. Fifteen students and five staff came together to look at what reconciliation means to them […]
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Reconciliation in Action

Published on 3 June 2021
Writer: Emily Appleton Photography: Emily and Girls From Oz Editor: Marianne Mettes This National Reconciliation Week we can reflect on the fact that it will take #MoreThanAWord to achieve reconciliation in Australia. Recently, Gungahlin College Performing Arts Teacher, Emily Appleton, visited Kowanyama, a remote community in Far North Queensland. Kowanyama means “place of many waters” […]
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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.


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