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Tuesday 21 March

posted 20 Mar 2017, 14:06 by Teora Jennings
Sport
Summer Sport Fees are due! Please get these in ASAP. Students with unpaid fees may miss out on selection for winter sport teams.
Singlets issued to touch players are to be returned to the sports office ASAP.
Girls Football FINAL trial will be held on Monday 27th of March at 3:15pm. Bring gear. Team will be named following this trial

Year 9 & 10 Turbo Touch
Any year 9 or 10 students who want to participate in Turbo Touch at lunch time on Wednesday, will need to come and sign up today at lunch time in the PE office. You must sign up today and will need to meet at the big gym on Wednesday lunch time. 30 people max.

Year 9 & 10 Fat Mat Splat
Any Year 9 or 10 students who want to participate in a fat mat splat lunch time competition at lunchtime today need to come to the big gym. 30 people max.

School Librarians
Any senior students who would like to have a go at being a student librarian please come to the library at lunchtime this Thursday.

Nga Manu Korero Speech Competition
If there are any students wanting to take part in Ngā Manu Kōrero Speech Competition please see Kōkā for the Topics

Careers
University Of Canterbury Visit
Year 13 Students
University of Canterbury visit takes place in the hall, Tuesday 21st March in LAR time - 10:15-10:55 The topics for this presentation include:
An introduction to UC, including how we shape our graduates to change the world. Entry requirements across UC. A first look at the bachelor degrees available at UC. What the UC student lifestyle gives students. Information regarding tuition fees, funding and scholarships.  A look through accommodation options (where appropriate) and an outline of the application processes. Important dates and upcoming UC events to get more information

Victoria Outreach Mentoring Programme  
Week beginning Week 1, Term 2
This programme is offered to students who have the potential to go to tertiary education and have this as a goal. There are weekly sessions with a co-ordinator aiming to develop academic confidence and skills. Y11 students have open entry, however Y13 students must be taking a course that leads to university. Sign up with Mr Maclean if you are interested

Russell McVeagh Mentoring Programme
This is a great opportunity for students to meet successful young people from a range of occupations within Russel McVeagh. It is a group mentoring system and the meetings are fun, social, relaxed and all involve eating together. The programme is open to Y12/13 students – About 24. See Mr Maclean for applications if you are interested. Applications close Friday 24th March



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