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Monday 28th July

posted 24 Jul 2014, 20:52 by Teora Jennings
National Kapa Haka Competition
Naenae college Te Whanau Tahi kapa haka have once again been selected to represent the Te Awakairangi ki Wairarapa region in the National Secondary Schools kapa haka competition. This is being held in Gisborne from Monday 28th July  to Friday 1st August. We will be sending a team of  30 performers. We wish them well. Kia ihi kia maru kia whanau tahi.

Pulse Workshop's
There is an exciting 9 week workshop, completely free for Y9 and 10 students which will focus on music, movement and drama, and which will explore creative ideas from all kinds of traditions. If you are interested in these free workshops, see Mr Boye's or Mr Pegler for more information.

Gym-Lost Property
There is a 'mountain' of lost property in the PE office (where the PE teachers live :), eg Hoodies, jackets, shoes students have until next Friday to collect, otherwise they will be going to the Salvation Army.

Homework Centre 
This term - Wednesday's and Thursday's 3.30-5-00 in the Library. This term - a special bonus! Mentors are offering targeted tutoring. So if you're looking to fill in gaps, or give your learning a boost, here's a good place to go. Even weeks (2.4.6 etc) these subjects are offered: Maths, English, ICT, Physics, Accounting, Economics, Biology, Calculus, German; Odd weeks (3,5,7 etc) these subjects are offered: Maths, Biology, Geography, Drama, Chemistry, Accounting, Economics, History and English. If you haven't joined up yet, pick up a contract.

Basketball Hoop On Outdoor Court By Gym
If anybody knows who 'vandalized' the basketball hoop on the outdoor court next to the gym, please see Ms.Shaw. It's extremely disappointing to see our property being treated like this,all for the sake of students attempting to dunk and then subsequently hanging from these hoops, we now no longer have another full court available to the school. IT was vandalized between 3.10 and 4pm on Thursday. I will be checking if anything can be picked up on our security cameras.

Maori Success Evening 
6th August 6.30pm everyone welcome JS/CL

Maibiz Credit's
These students need to do some corrections to their Maibiz booklet to achieve the credits. Come to the Careers Office to complete your work - the deadline is Friday 1 August - Week 2.
Fuatina Tafunai,Rajan Reddy,Dieudonne Mporananayo, Van Ro Hnem, Gettieng Tea, Laurence Malata, Henok Gebre, Franz Van Beusekom, Mercedes Puhia, Shaun Brown, Arazil Griggs, Gabrielle Po Ching, Salinna Phavo, Naea Albert, Luke Duncan, Raad Shahid Marina Hazeldine. Ms Burton (Careers Advisor)


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