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Monday 20 May

posted 19 May 2019, 14:42 by Teora Jennings
Violin Students
All Violin students attend meeting after school Wednesday in TH1

Naenae College Chorale BIG SING Date 11th and 12th of June. Weekly rehearsals now: Wednesday Lunchtime (Girls only) in Te Ha Puoro Thursday Lunchtime (Boys only) in Te Ha Puoro

Have a Go at Knitting
Want to learn something new, come and have a go at knitting, if you can knit come and help other students.
Bring your own wool and needles, if not we will have some here for you. 
We will be making a Peggy square blanket. It will be Thursday and Friday lunchtimes next week, come and be part of it.

Should the Library have a Book Club?
If you think a book club would be something you might be interested in come and meet with Mrs Y Wednesday lunchtime and let her know what you think.

Poly Club 
Practice in the hall 4:30-6:30 pm Mon and Tue. Final lists for girls performing for our school's Poly Club has already been drawn. See Mr Tiria or Ms Taeao for final lists.
We are still open to boys joining. Please see Poly Club teachers if you wish to join.
Senior student members - the markbooks for Poly Club dance and music assessments will be set up based on who are on the lists. You must work on your attendance to Poly Club as this is part of assessment.

Yr10 Stem (Fisheries)
Y10 Stem (Fisheries) Visit/Presentation – Tuesday 21st May

NZ commercial fisheries in general and career information about the many varied roles within our fishing industry.  Daryl’s expertise is in catching crayfish, fisheries management, politics of fishing, surfing and surfboard making (in a previous life).
Presentation will take place in the Library at LAR time (10:15 – 10:55)

Y12/13 - Kinley Salmon Presentation 
Jobs, Robots & Us: Why the Future of Work in New Zealand is in Our Hands. Visit/Presentation – Wednesday 22nd May
Could millions of jobs soon be eliminated by artificial intelligence and robots? From driverless cars to digital assistants, it seems the world of work is on the cusp of a technological revolution. But are the robots really knocking at the door? And what does all this mean for New Zealanders?
Kinley Salmon is one of the sharpest young minds looking at our future. An economist and writer (The John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, The Economist), he is currently working in Washington.  His new book, Jobs, Robots & Us, explores the future of work in New Zealand, and publishes 10 May through Bridget Williams Books.
Presentation will take place in the Library at LAR time (10:15 – 10:55)

Yr12 Maibiz Business Challenge 
Taking place on Thursday/Friday - 30/31st May
This is a 2 day program where students can expect to learn the building blocks of successful business, including:
Gain an insight into business leadership, work in teams, learn how a successful business works, present professionally and effectively, have FUN! learning in an unique way.
Everyone who spends the entire 2 days on the program will receive.....A certificate of participation, 3 x L2 Credits, and each member of the winning team will receive a gold medal
Sign up today with your LAR teacher!

All Samoan Students
It is Samoan Language week next week (May 27th). Please wear full Samoan attire on Monday 27 and Friday 31 May only, and wear school uniform on Tuesday - Thursday of the same week.

Environment Group
Unfortunately our wānanga last Monday was cancelled due to a tangi. We are trying to reorganise the date for this at the moment - listen out to the notices for details.