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Wednesday 14 August

posted 13 Aug 2019, 15:12 by Teora Jennings
Career's
Careers Office are extending an invitation for Y13 students to participate in the Wellington Tertiary Open Day
This will be a great opportunity for students to have a look around some of the Wellington campuses, talk to tutors, learn more about the different programmes offered from level 4 cert to level 7 bachelors degree. There will be in-class demonstrations where they can interact with current students and there will also be presentations running every hour from 10am about what courses you study and discussions about future career paths.
Date: Friday August 23 August Time: 9:00 am – 2:30 pm Venue: Wellington Travel: Bus cost: free. If you wish to attend this event, please see Mr Maclean asap to register your interest

SHE Trust Scholarship
SHE Trust Scholarships are now open. The Scholarship offers grants to financially assist women. Application brochures and information available from Mr Maclean in the Careers Office

Thinking About University
If you are thinking about University next year, there are now guides available for students, parents and whanau in the Careers Office. See Mr Maclean

First Aid Course
We have spaces available for any Y13 students who wishes to complete a First Aid course. Course runs over 2 days - 29/30 August See Mr Maclean to register your interest

Barbershop Singing
Barbershop this Wednesday after school. If you enjoy singing and want to have fun while doing so then come check it out. Open to students and teachers.

Sport
Junior Badminton In-House Competition
"King or Queen of the Court" competition is being held on Thursday after school. This will be last day for Junior badminton. Come along and join in the fun!

Junior Volley Starts This Week
Junior girls 3:15 pm to 4:30pm; Junior boys 4:30pm to 6:00pm New players are welcome to come along!

Art Club 
Meeting Lunchtime Friday in AT2. All welcome.

Junior Writing Competition
Now open. If you like writing then give the competition a go - you might win first prize of a $50 Westfield voucher or a $40 voucher for 2nd prize. The topic is a dystopian theme short story about "The worst nightmare". The word count is 350 words and it can be written in te reo or english. The judges are Mrs Aitken and Miss Bicknell. All entries to be handed or emailed to Mrs Y in the library by 30 August 2019.


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