Over 40 students attended the presentation by Cat Sparks in the Library during Blended Learning on Thursday, 23rd March. Cat Sparks, a writer and former Cosmos fiction editor has published over 70 short stories and had her debut science fiction novel, Lotus Blue, published last year. Students listened to a presentation about the history and […]
Winter is coming (GoT) This week I’ve simply included a checklist which I hope will be helpful for families. ☑ Absences – these need to be checked and explained as soon as possible. ☑ Third Party Provider permissions – please refer to the email sent on 19 March to families who have not yet filled in […]
The Gungahlin College Boys Futsal Team completed a successful day at the Football NSW Futsal Regional Championships last Thursday defeating Amity College 6-0 in the Grand Final at Penrith Sports Stadium. A earlier car accident on the M7 was the only hurdle that the team had to overcome on the day which only slowed the […]
On Thursday 15th March students attended an excursion to the Woodlawn Environmental Precinct. Students were given a tour of the site by the environmental officer. The students have been studying the use of non-renewable resources and specifically mine rehabilitation. The Woodlawn site is an excellent example of mine rehabilitation best practice. Woodlawn mine site is […]
Whatever you can do or dream you can, begin it. Boldness has genius, power and magic in it. Goethe This week Stephen Hawking – one of the world’s greatest scientific minds passed away. In spite of his motor neurone disease, which clearly presented him with huge physical and medical challenges, his life is a lesson […]
Congratulations to Gungahlin College students Caitlin Johnstone and Shaylah McClymont who recently received a Public Education Foundation Capital Chemist Award and Scholarship ($1000 each) which was presented at a special ceremony held at the John Curtin School of Medical Research.