GGHS Teacher Wins Digital Technologies Award
Congratulations to GGHS teacher, Danni Yang, for being recognised with the Leading Light Award from EduTechSA in the Digital Technologies teaching area. Golden Grove High are very proud of this magnificent achievement. For more information on Danni's achievement, click Read more
Charlotte Wins in 2018 Eden Prize Competition
Ms Wallis recently worked with her Year 10 Social Studies class on the 2018 Eden Prize which is a South Australian Department for Education based competition for Year 10 students, usually around a Social Sciences topic. Each school is allowed to submit 3 entries. This year's topic was 'How can social media make the world a better and happier place?’. GGHS student, Charlotte won second prize in the state, earning $750! Charlotte will be presented with her award at the Year 10 Final Assembly by Mr Malcolm McInerney, who convened the competition. Congratulations Charlotte, Golden Grove High School is proud of your… Read more
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Three teams of GGHS students recently competed at Tournament of Minds 2018. Please click here to view the… Read more
A reminder that Term 3 dismissal time is at 2.10pm on Friday 28 September. Year 12 and Disability Unit reports will be available on Daymap on Friday 28 September… Read more
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Power to End Violence Against Women
Golden Grove High School was recently accredited as a White Ribbon school and over the last two weeks the Port Adelaide Football Club have been working with a group of Year 10 students on this very important issue of domestic violence. Read the full story … Read more
In December 2014 the Minister for Education and Child Development announced a number of new moves to strengthen student performance in our schools. One of these strategies is the Progressive Achievement Tests (PAT). There are two tests: PAT–R (Reading) and PAT–M (Numeracy). Every student from Year 3 to Year 10 undertakes two of these tests, one in Numeracy and the other in Literacy. These tests are very different to the NAPLAN tests. The main aim of PAT is to provide information to teachers on the strengths and needs of their students. PAT tests will provide teachers with objective information for setting realistic learning goals and planning effective programs. They will also provide students with information to inform their learning and goal setting, as well as providing our school… Read more
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Six of GGHS's EXCEL students have just returned from the Melbourne Round of the World Scholars' Cup Finals. Click here to view their… Read more
IMPORTANT NOTICE - Dear Year 10 & 11 parents/caregivers and students. The deadline for uploading your courses for 2019 has been extended until Wednesday 22 August. Please ensure courses are selected in readiness for course confirmation appointments on Thursday 23 August. … Read more
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Please click here for a complete report of Golden Grove High School's EXCEL Program activities for Semester… Read more
Principal's Update 5 July 2018
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Connectivity in Schools - Improved Internet
Our school has been actively working with the Department for Education’s IT team to improve our internet connectivity. As such, we’ve been fortunate enough to be one of only 6 schools chosen to participate in a pilot program. This is an exciting initiative aimed at delivering faster, more reliable internet services to every student, in every school across the state – and, we are thrilled to be part of it. The internet connectivity pilot will be rolled out in our school during the July school holidays to minimise any disruption and will run throughout the second half of the year. Great change sometimes comes with teething problems so there may be some disruption to regular IT services while we work on improving the internet at our school. The good news is, our school will be getting… Read more
Skoolbag App Update to Download
Skoolbag is updating! The new ‘single’ app will give parents more control over how and when you receive notifications. The app is no longer individually tailored for each school – the user can choose which school they see information from as part of the registration process. Users can select multiple schools, within the one app from which to receive notifications. The new app requires you to download it from the App Store or the Google Play Store. This new app can be used immediately. Instructions for download can be accessed here. In mid-July Skoolbag is making the new ‘native’ app changes – you won’t need to do anything, it will be a simple, automatic update within your new Single Skoolbag… Read more
Principal's Update 14 June 2018
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Reconciliation in the North
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Year 12 Outdoor Ed Kayaking
The Year 12 Outdoor Ed classes recently held their Kayaking Excursions. Click to view the… Read more