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Tuesday 19 June

posted 18 Jun 2018, 14:35 by Teora Jennings   [ updated 18 Jun 2018, 18:04 ]
Sport
First X111
All those boys that are interested in going to the league Nationals this year please come to AT3 (the art room) for a brief meeting.

Proactive Physio 
Physiotherapy is here provides support to those with existing injuries. 
If you have a niggling injury, make an appointment to see the physio on Thursday's from 11am to 1pm. There is no cost for this service. Appointments can be made at the student centre.

Poly Club 
Practices will run on these days until Week 8 of Term 2.
Monday (BOYS ONLY): 3.30-5pm in the hall
Wednesday: 3.00-5.30pm in the marae
Thursday: 3.30-5.30pm in the hall
Lists have been finalised. Poly Club lists will be posted up in the R10 window in Week 3. See Mr Tiria for more info.

Careers
Mai Biz Business Challenge 
Starts on Wednesday. Please be in the hall at 8:45 prompt to start. Students attending are allowed to wear mufti for the first two days

Vibe
Are you 16-17 and life is abit wild? Shannan from VIBE is based at NNC an is around to support you. If you feel like you need some help figuring out things with your teachers, managing time, figuring out life, or someone just to kinda kick your butt when it comes to school - then holla! we also do random lunches, and can support you to get your license!. come visit Shannan Monday, Wednesdays, Thursday or Friday during interval opposite Room 5 see if VIBE could help you out.

Learn Origami
Bored at lunchtime then come to the library on Thursday and have a go at Origami. It beats sitting out in the cold.

Team Naenae
Students assisting with Team Naenae Holiday Activities. Team Naenae Trust recently met to start plans for Naenae Day to create connectedness, resilience, strength, to bless our community and to make it affordable for our community here in Naenae. It will be held on Saturday 23 February 2019 from 3pm. It would be great if Naenae College could be involved. We would love the kapa haka group performing as well as other talented youth to showcase there talent. Please contact Christine Wakefield Team Naenae Co-ordinator Ph No: 04 567 7446 or Cellphone: 021 074 6062./

Found Black "Simx" Outdoor Jacket
A black "Simx" jacket was left in R15 on Thursday 14 June. Claim it from the Commerce Dept.

School Holiday Wilderkids Programme
Bookings are open for the July school holiday Wilderkids programme
Wilderkids, run by Sustainability Trust, is a school holiday programme for kids who really want an adventure. Based in Wellington’s Town Belt, Wilderkids gets kids exploring the nature on our city’s fringes. The focus on care, connection and curiosity. 
We've got another great Wilderkids programme lined up for July school holidays. You can book at https://sustaintrust.org.nz/pages/school-holiday-programmes.
From July 9 to 20, we'll have your children building huts, making candles, planting native seedlings, bush baking on a fire pit and building a camp fire! 
The days are based around the cold season, learning about nature in winter, being active - with a good dose of snuggly warm activities. And we're bringing back a favourite - building huts (but get in quick, this is popular!)
The programme is: 

Emma Williams | Communications and Marketing Sustainability Trust | Solutions for Sustainable Living p. 04 385 0500 | 0508 78 78 24 (free) a. Forresters Lane (off Tory St), Wellingtow. sustaintrust.org.nz

· For kids aged 5 to 12 

· Focused on connecting with and caring for nature and encouraging curiosity 

· $56 a day, with a 10% discount for full week bookings 

· Held at Innermost Gardens in Mt Victoria 

· Popular, so it pays to book early! 

If you have a Community Services Card, we'll be running a random ballot for $10 places again. Please register on our website by 25 June. Looking forward to exploring nature with your wonderful kids!
Emma Williams | Communications and Marketing Sustainability Trust | Solutions for Sustainable Living p. 04 385 0500 | 0508 78 78 24 (free) a. Forresters Lane (off Tory St), Wellingtow. sustaintrust.org.nz

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