• ABOUT AHIGS

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    The Association of Heads of Independent Girls Schools.

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  • IGSSA SPORT

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    IGSSA hosts Saturday sport competitions as well as a number of sports carnivals & offers a representative pathway to the national level for elite athletes

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  • FESTIVAL OF SPEECH

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    Encouraging students to develop skills in the areas of public speaking, debating, analysis and rhetoric.

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  • EMPOWERING YOUNG WOMEN

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  • IGSSA SPORT

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    IGSSA hosts Saturday sport competitions as well as a number of sports carnivals & offers a representative pathway to the national level for elite athletes

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About AHIGS

The Association of Heads of Independent Girls' Schools aims to encourage communication, co-operation and collegiality amongst the Heads of independent girls’ schools in NSW, to provide inter-school activities for their students, to represent members’ interests at a political level and to advance the cause of education of all children in Australia, especially girls.

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Our member's Schools

Our member's schools include: Abbotsleigh, Ascham, Brigidine College, Canberra Girl's......

 

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News

IGSSA athletes achieving in the international sporting arena

The end of 2018 highlighted IGSSA athletes as international and domestic sporting leaders

Over the Christmas holidays you may have noticed a number of IGSSA old girls making headlines in the international sporting arena. For those of you who missed it, the Aussie cricket team put up a magnificent display against England taking Australia to their fourth World T20 title.
 

IGSSA Annual Report

2018 IGSSA Annual Report now available

The 2018 IGSSA  annual report is now available. While all schools will have now have received a copy, if you require additional copies, please contact the office. The 2018 report provides an outline of trophie winners, registrations and achievements of IGSSA athletes and schools for the year. The report outlines how our members’ schools continue to note the ability to integrate with other schools and the collegial spirit of the Association as the reason for engaging and supporting our Saturday sport competitions.

 

IGSSA Indigenous Round

June 2018

In the final week of Term 2 sport, I enjoyed the opportunity to attend the inaugural indigenous round hosted by Pymble Ladies’ College.  It was wonderful to witness the contribution of our indigenous athletes.  Pymble and Loreto Normanhurst are to be commended on the spirit in which the day was held and thanked for encouraging a wonderful concept that we hope to see repeated.