The Parents’ Association

Canterbury Girls’ Secondary College welcomes parent/carer involvement in the College. Parents and carers are able to join The Parents’ Association, which organises a number of events to support the school or stand for election to the College Council. We believe that if parents and carers are involved in the College, it will model involvement and engagement for students. It will also result in common positive conversations related to schooling and learning. Parents and carers serve as advocates for the school because they understand the way the school works and because they feel welcome to contribute. 

The Parents’ Association is a friendly and welcoming gathering of parents and carers who have a child or children at Canterbury Girls’ Secondary College. This group meets on the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 7.30pm.

All members of the college community are warmly invited to become active committee members or, if unable, to support The Parents’ Association by becoming financial members ($50 per annum) as well as supporting fundraising activities.

The Parents’ Association raises in excess of $50,000 annually, which helps support the many opportunities the College affords our children and which can only be offered by the extra funds raised by the College community. The Parents’ Association welcomes new members constantly. The unique nature of this group allows parents and carers the freedom to attend whatever meetings they can and to put their hand up to help out when they can – every little bit helps!

The Parents’ Association’s aim is to ‘strengthen the college community’ by providing support in a variety of ways:

  • Welcoming new parents and carers into the College

  • Offering a forum for parents and carers to raise and discuss issues of interest or concern

  • Promoting contact between parents and carers in the form of social events

  • Organising working bees to ensure a safe, attractive College environment

  • Enriching the relationship between parents, carers, staff and students by providing assistance at College events

  • Fundraising in order to purchase additional equipment for the College

The Parents’ Association

Canterbury Girls’ Secondary College welcomes parent/carer involvement in the College. Parents and carers are able to join The Parents’ Association, which organises a number of events to support the school or stand for election to the College Council. We believe that if parents and carers are involved in the College, it will model involvement and engagement for students. It will also result in common positive conversations related to schooling and learning. Parents and carers serve as advocates for the school because they understand the way the school works and because they feel welcome to contribute. 

The Parents’ Association is a friendly and welcoming gathering of parents and carers who have a child or children at Canterbury Girls’ Secondary College. This group meets on the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 7.30pm.

All members of the college community are warmly invited to become active committee members or, if unable, to support The Parents’ Association by becoming financial members ($50 per annum) as well as supporting fundraising activities.

The Parents’ Association raises in excess of $50,000 annually, which helps support the many opportunities the College affords our children and which can only be offered by the extra funds raised by the College community. The Parents’ Association welcomes new members constantly. The unique nature of this group allows parents and carers the freedom to attend whatever meetings they can and to put their hand up to help out when they can – every little bit helps!

The Parents’ Association’s aim is to ‘strengthen the college community’ by providing support in a variety of ways:

  • Welcoming new parents and carers into the College

  • Offering a forum for parents and carers to raise and discuss issues of interest or concern

  • Promoting contact between parents and carers in the form of social events

  • Organising working bees to ensure a safe, attractive College environment

  • Enriching the relationship between parents, carers, staff and students by providing assistance at College events

  • Fundraising in order to purchase additional equipment for the College

The Parents’ Association

Canterbury Girls’ Secondary College welcomes parent/carer involvement in the College. Parents and carers are able to join The Parents’ Association, which organises a number of events to support the school or stand for election to the College Council. We believe that if parents and carers are involved in the College, it will model involvement and engagement for students. It will also result in common positive conversations related to schooling and learning. Parents and carers serve as advocates for the school because they understand the way the school works and because they feel welcome to contribute. 

The Parents’ Association is a friendly and welcoming gathering of parents and carers who have a child or children at Canterbury Girls’ Secondary College. This group meets on the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 7.30pm.

All members of the college community are warmly invited to become active committee members or, if unable, to support The Parents’ Association by becoming financial members ($50 per annum) as well as supporting fundraising activities.

The Parents’ Association raises in excess of $50,000 annually, which helps support the many opportunities the College affords our children and which can only be offered by the extra funds raised by the College community. The Parents’ Association welcomes new members constantly. The unique nature of this group allows parents and carers the freedom to attend whatever meetings they can and to put their hand up to help out when they can – every little bit helps!

The Parents’ Association’s aim is to ‘strengthen the college community’ by providing support in a variety of ways:

  • Welcoming new parents and carers into the College

  • Offering a forum for parents and carers to raise and discuss issues of interest or concern

  • Promoting contact between parents and carers in the form of social events

  • Organising working bees to ensure a safe, attractive College environment

  • Enriching the relationship between parents, carers, staff and students by providing assistance at College events

  • Fundraising in order to purchase additional equipment for the College

School Council

The School Council has a very important role to play in the organisation of a school. Elections for School Council are held at the start of each year and information is available in the first newsletter of each year.

The responsibilities of school council include:

  • Developing the strategic plan (the document that tells people what the school wants to achieve in the future and how it plans to get there);

  • Approving the annual budget (the financial plan for the calendar year that tells people how the school is going to provide money so it can implement its strategic plan in that year);

  • Setting and reviewing policies (guiding principles designed to influence decisions, actions that the school makes);

  • Developing, reviewing and monitoring both the Student Code of Conduct. (how the school expects students to behave, how bullying will be managed and the school’s approach to managing student behaviour) and the School Dress Code (this includes how students are expected to dress during school hours including travelling to and from school, if the school has a uniform and what that looks like, and any arrangement with clothing suppliers that the school might enter into);

  • Raising money for things that the school needs

  • Making sure the school’s grounds and buildings are maintained

  • Entering into contracts for things like cleaning  the school or a school council building project creating interest in the school within the community; and principal selection.

Office Bearers

  • President: Tim Clarke (Parent Representative)

  • Vice-President: Kevin Hurst (Parent Representative)

  • Treasurer: Greg Allen (Community Member)

  • Executive Officer: Mary Cannon (DET Representative)

  • Secretary: Trent Adams (DET Representative)

Representatives

  • Parent/Carer representatives (Parent and carer members on school council bring their experience at the school and the views of the wider school community to school council meetings)

  • Tim Clarke

  • Monica Hensgen

  • Laura Heyning
  • Kevin Hurst

  • Kendall Knight
  • Nicholas Lloyd-Shrimpton

  • Julian Place

  • Daniel Roney

  • DET representatives (DET employees bring their educational expertise to school council meetings)

  • Trent Adams

  • Mary Cannon

  • Jim Ouliaris
  • Georgina Padula

  • Loui Simopoulos
  • Community members (Community members most often bring a particular skill or voice to school council)

  • Greg Allen

  • Angela Veysey

  • Student representatives

  • Arabella von Brunn

  • Ava Toon

The Parents’ Association

Canterbury Girls’ Secondary College welcomes parent/carer involvement in the College. Parents and carers are able to join The Parents’ Association, which organises a number of events to support the school or stand for election to the College Council. We believe that if parents and carers are involved in the College, it will model involvement and engagement for students. It will also result in common positive conversations related to schooling and learning. Parents and carers serve as advocates for the school because they understand the way the school works and because they feel welcome to contribute. 

The Parents’ Association is a friendly and welcoming gathering of parents and carers who have a child or children at Canterbury Girls’ Secondary College. This group meets on the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 7.30pm.

All members of the college community are warmly invited to become active committee members or, if unable, to support The Parents’ Association by becoming financial members ($50 per annum) as well as supporting fundraising activities.

The Parents’ Association raises in excess of $50,000 annually, which helps support the many opportunities the College affords our children and which can only be offered by the extra funds raised by the College community. The Parents’ Association welcomes new members constantly. The unique nature of this group allows parents and carers the freedom to attend whatever meetings they can and to put their hand up to help out when they can – every little bit helps!

The Parents’ Association’s aim is to ‘strengthen the college community’ by providing support in a variety of ways:

  • Welcoming new parents and carers into the College

  • Offering a forum for parents and carers to raise and discuss issues of interest or concern

  • Promoting contact between parents and carers in the form of social events

  • Organising working bees to ensure a safe, attractive College environment

  • Enriching the relationship between parents, carers, staff and students by providing assistance at College events

  • Fundraising in order to purchase additional equipment for the College

Newsletters

Click here to read current and past newsletters.

Second Hand Book Sale

Thank you for supporting the CGSC 2021 Second-hand Book Sale. If you are due to receive payment for your books, please note that payments will be made by the end of Term 1 2022. For questions/queries please email booksales@cgsc.vic.edu.au.

Uniform Shop

The Uniform Shop is open on Tuesdays from 8:30am to 3:30pm. There are no appointments. We encourage students to visit the Uniform Shop during recess and lunch times.

Address
19A Wentworth Avenue, Canterbury 3126

Phone
03 9831 8661

Email
uniform@cgsc.vic.edu.au

Online Ordering
https://myschoolconnect.com.au/cgscuniform

Card only, sorry no cash or cheques.

School Council

The School Council has a very important role to play in the organisation of a school. Elections for School Council are held at the start of each year and information is available in the first newsletter of each year.

The responsibilities of school council include:

  • Developing the strategic plan (the document that tells people what the school wants to achieve in the future and how it plans to get there);

  • Approving the annual budget (the financial plan for the calendar year that tells people how the school is going to provide money so it can implement its strategic plan in that year);

  • Setting and reviewing policies (guiding principles designed to influence decisions, actions that the school makes);

  • Developing, reviewing and monitoring both the Student Code of Conduct. (how the school expects students to behave, how bullying will be managed and the school’s approach to managing student behaviour) and the School Dress Code (this includes how students are expected to dress during school hours including travelling to and from school, if the school has a uniform and what that looks like, and any arrangement with clothing suppliers that the school might enter into);

  • Raising money for things that the school needs

  • Making sure the school’s grounds and buildings are maintained

  • Entering into contracts for things like cleaning  the school or a school council building project creating interest in the school within the community; and principal selection.

Office Bearers

  • President: Tim Clarke (Parent Representative)

  • Vice-President: Kevin Hurst (Parent Representative)

  • Treasurer: Greg Allen (Community Member)

  • Executive Officer: Mary Cannon (DET Representative)

  • Secretary: Trent Adams (DET Representative)

Representatives

  • Parent/Carer representatives (Parent and carer members on school council bring their experience at the school and the views of the wider school community to school council meetings)

  • Tim Clarke

  • Monica Hensgen

  • Laura Heyning
  • Kevin Hurst

  • Kendall Knight
  • Nicholas Lloyd-Shrimpton

  • Julian Place

  • Daniel Roney

  • DET representatives (DET employees bring their educational expertise to school council meetings)

  • Trent Adams

  • Mary Cannon

  • Jim Ouliaris
  • Georgina Padula

  • Loui Simopoulos
  • Community members (Community members most often bring a particular skill or voice to school council)

  • Greg Allen

  • Angela Veysey

  • Student representatives

  • Arabella von Brunn

  • Ava Toon

Newsletters

Click here to read current and past newsletters.

Second Hand
Book Sale

Thank you for supporting the CGSC 2021 Second-hand Book Sale. If you are due to receive payment for your books, please note that payments will be made by the end of Term 1 2022.

For questions/queries please email booksales@cgsc.vic.edu.au.


Uniform Shop

The Uniform Shop is open on Tuesdays from 8:30am to 3:30pm. There are no appointments. We encourage students to visit the Uniform Shop during recess and lunch times.

Address
19A Wentworth Avenue, Canterbury 3126

Phone
03 9831 8661

Email
uniform@cgsc.vic.edu.au

Online Ordering
https://myschoolconnect.com.au/cgscuniform

Card only, sorry no cash or cheques.

Acknowledgement
of Country


Canterbury Girls’ Secondary College respectfully acknowledges the Wurundjeri People of the Kulin Nation, who are the Traditional Owners of the land on which our school stands, and recognises their continuing connection to the land and waterways. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging and extend this to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People.

Canterbury Girls' Secondary College is accredited under the Department of Education and Training’s CRICOS registration (CRICOS provider code: 00861K). For further information refer to www.study.vic.gov.au.

© 2021 Canterbury Girls' Secondary College


Address


Mangarra Road
Canterbury, VIC 3126

(+61 3) 9830 5099
info@cgsc.vic.edu.au

Connect with
us on LinkedIn
LinkedIn 


Address


Mangarra Road
Canterbury, VIC 3126

(+61 3) 9830 5099
info@cgsc.vic.edu.au

Connect with
us on LinkedIn
LinkedIn 

Acknowledgement
of Country


Canterbury Girls’ Secondary College respectfully acknowledges the Wurundjeri People of the Kulin Nation, who are the Traditional Owners of the land on which our school stands, and recognises their continuing connection to the land and waterways. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging and extend this to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People.

Canterbury Girls' Secondary College is accredited under the Department of Education and Training’s CRICOS registration (CRICOS provider code: 00861K). For further information refer to www.study.vic.gov.au.

© 2021 Canterbury Girls' Secondary College

Acknowledgement of Country


Canterbury Girls’ Secondary College respectfully acknowledges the Wurundjeri People of the Kulin Nation, who are the Traditional Owners of the land on which our school stands, and recognises their continuing connection to the land and waterways. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging and extend this to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People.


Mangarra Road
Canterbury, VIC 3126

(+61 3) 9830 5099
info@cgsc.vic.edu.au

Connect with
us on LinkedIn
 

Canterbury Girls' Secondary College is accredited under the Department of Education and Training’s CRICOS registration (CRICOS provider code: 00861K). For further information refer to www.study.vic.gov.au.

© 2021 Canterbury Girls' Secondary College

Acknowledgement of Country


Canterbury Girls’ Secondary College respectfully acknowledges the Wurundjeri People of the Kulin Nation, who are the Traditional Owners of the land on which our school stands, and recognises their continuing connection to the land and waterways. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging and extend this to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People.


Mangarra Road
Canterbury, VIC 3126

(+61 3) 9830 5099
info@cgsc.vic.edu.au

Connect with
us on LinkedIn
LinkedIn 

Canterbury Girls' Secondary College is accredited under the Department of Education and Training’s CRICOS registration (CRICOS provider code: 00861K). For further information refer to www.study.vic.gov.au.

© 2021 Canterbury Girls' Secondary College