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School Ball assembly for those going to the ball

10.15am in the hall. This is when you will get your ball tickets as well.

School Ball assembly for those going to the ball

10.15am in the hall. This is when you will get your ball tickets as well.

Yr 13 Course Planning OTAGO UNI Wed 22 July 1-3pm in Morningside with Kitiona

This is a MUST ATTEND if intend to apply for Otago Uni , Halls of residence etc. Detailed course planning with Kitiona. You will not be able to do this on your own!!!! Please attend!!

Yr 13 Course Planning OTAGO UNI Wed 22 July 1-3pm in Morningside with Kitiona

This is a MUST ATTEND if intend to apply for Otago Uni , Halls of residence etc. Detailed course planning with Kitiona. You will not be able to do this on your own!!!! Please attend!!

Otago University presents Wed March 4 1-1.45 in “Grey Lynn” on Level 1 KHLC pm in Grey Lynn KHLC Level 1

Every year several WSCNPOW leavers enrol at Otago to learn about Health Science (Entry to Dentistry and Medical careers), Law, Business, accommodation and more at Otago Uni. Come along and learn all about attending Otago University and the courses offered and Dunedin lifestyle. See if Otago is for you… (Note the Dunedin Tertiary Open Day is on 3-4 May)

Otago University presents Wed March 4 1-1.45 in “Grey Lynn” on Level 1 KHLC pm in Grey Lynn KHLC Level 1

Every year several WSCNPOW leavers enrol at Otago to learn about Health Science (Entry to Dentistry and Medical careers), Law, Business, accommodation and more at Otago Uni. Come along and learn all about attending Otago University and the courses offered and Dunedin lifestyle. See if Otago is for you… (Note the Dunedin Tertiary Open Day is on 3-4 May)

Brief PALs meeting for all of the year 13 students who signed up and anyone else who would like to join.

A brief meeting today at the start of lunch in Maungakiekie. 10-15 mins max, so be prompt.
Helen and Simon

Young Enterprise Scheme at Western Springs College Year 12 and 13 2020 First meeting in Morningside L2 at 1pm Monday 2 March

Come along and meet Madi from the YOUNG ENTERPRISE SCHEME. See what is involved in getting registered for developing a service or new product at the YES Meeting. Teams welcome or you can form a team after the meeting if you are keen. Talk to Kay Wallace (Careers) and Ben Hinton (ESOL teacher) both on Level 2

NZPMC – Maths and Physics Competition

If you are interested in participating in the NZPMC please email your name and year level to martinsh@wsc.school.nz or see Sharra Martin from the Science Department.
The New Zealand Physics and Mathematics competition will run in term 2 and involve 1 -2 60min tests. After round 1 certificates will be awarded and the top ākonga will go through to round 2. It is open to year levels 9 – 13. If you want to find out more information go to https://www.nzpmc.com/home

Otago University presents Wed March 4 1-1.45 in “Grey Lynn” on Level 1 KHLC pm in Grey Lynn KHLC Level 1

Every year several WSCNPOW leavers enrol at Otago to learn about Health Science (Entry to Dentistry and Medical careers), Law, Business, accommodation and more at Otago Uni. Come along and learn all about attending Otago University and the courses offered and Dunedin lifestyle. See if Otago is for you… (Note the Dunedin Tertiary Open Day is on 3-4 May)

Cafeteria

Cafeteria open before and after school every day.
8.30 am to 8.55 am
3.10 pm to 3.30 pm

Otago University presents Wed March 4 1-1.45 in “Grey Lynn” on Level 1 KHLC pm in Grey Lynn KHLC Level 1

Every year several WSCNPOW leavers enrol at Otago to learn about Health Science (Entry to Dentistry and Medical careers), Law, Business, accommodation and more at Otago Uni. Come along and learn all about attending Otago University and the courses offered and Dunedin lifestyle. See if Otago is for you… (Note the Dunedin Tertiary Open Day is on 3-4 May)

Otago University presents Wed March 4 1-1.45 in “Grey Lynn” on Level 1 KHLC pm in Grey Lynn KHLC Level 1

Every year several WSCNPOW leavers enrol at Otago to learn about Health Science (Entry to Dentistry and Medical careers), Law, Business, accommodation and more at Otago Uni. Come along and learn all about attending Otago University and the courses offered and Dunedin lifestyle. See if Otago is for you… (Note the Dunedin Tertiary Open Day is on 3-4 May)

Young Enterprise Scheme at Western Springs College Year 12 and 13 2020 First meeting in Morningside L2 at 1pm Monday 2 March

Come along and meet Madi from the YOUNG ENTERPRISE SCHEME. See what is involved in getting registered for developing a service or new product at the YES Meeting. Teams welcome or you can form a team after the meeting if you are keen. Talk to Kay Wallace (Careers) and Ben Hinton (ESOL teacher) both on Level 2

Astronomy School

– 19th – 24th April, in Christchurch.
– A mix of seminars and practical work.
– Visit University of Canterbury’s Mt John Observatory at Tekapo and explore our cosmic neighbourhood with modern astronomical instruments.
– University of Canterbury’s Ilam campus to learn about the universe past, present and future, the life cycles of stars, planet exploration, extraterrestrial life and more.
– Meet fellow students with the same astronomical interests and make new friends.

Applications are now open for the Elaine P. Snowden Astronomy School is a six-day event for Year 13 students interested in studying Astronomy or Physics at university.

There are NO COSTS for the camp, or travel to & from Christchurch, as the camp is generously funded by a donation from a private sponsor.

Applications close: Monday, 2nd March
Eligibility: Acceptance is based on an online written application from students and NCEA Physics and Maths results

https://www.canterbury.ac.nz/science/outreach/events/astronomy-school/

Year 13s wanted for PALs (Peer Assisted Learning Tutors)

We are looking for volunteers from Year 13 students to join our Peer Assisted Learning Programme. If you are keen to get training and experience as a peer tutor, this is a great opportunity to both learn and contribute. It will also look great on your CV and Tertiary applications.
What it involves is 3 training sessions in term 1.Then in terms 2 and 3 you will work one hour per week (during a study period/lunchtime/after school) to support a junior student. Most of you will be required to focus on year 9 Maths, but there will be opportunities to provide support in other subjects.
If this sounds like you, or you want to know more, call in and talk to us (Learning Centre teachers), and sign up. Training will begin in week 6. We are located on Level 1 Maungakiekie. Ask for Simon or Helen. or email thorpeh@wsc.school.nz

NZPMC – Maths and Physics Competition

If you are interested in participating in the NZPMC please email your name and year level to martinsh@wsc.school.nz or see Sharra Martin from the Science Department.
The New Zealand Physics and Mathematics competition will run in term 2 and involve 1 -2 60min tests. After round 1 certificates will be awarded and the top ākonga will go through to round 2. It is open to year levels 9 – 13. If you want to find out more information go to https://www.nzpmc.com/home

2020 UN Youth Pacific Leadership Tour

UN Youth New Zealand is a non-profit organisation that provides civics education outside the traditional classroom context, engaging secondary and tertiary students in the most pressing affairs of their country and the international community. If you are interested in this opportunity, please email Ms. Victor – victorg@wsc.school.nz

Cafeteria

Cafeteria open before and after school every day.
8.30 am to 8.55 am
3.10 pm to 3.30 pm

Cafeteria

Cafeteria open before and after school every day.
8.30 am to 8.55 am
3.10 pm to 3.30 pm

Astronomy School

– 19th – 24th April, in Christchurch.
– A mix of seminars and practical work.
– Visit University of Canterbury’s Mt John Observatory at Tekapo and explore our cosmic neighbourhood with modern astronomical instruments.
– University of Canterbury’s Ilam campus to learn about the universe past, present and future, the life cycles of stars, planet exploration, extraterrestrial life and more.
– Meet fellow students with the same astronomical interests and make new friends.

Applications are now open for the Elaine P. Snowden Astronomy School is a six-day event for Year 13 students interested in studying Astronomy or Physics at university.

There are NO COSTS for the camp, or travel to & from Christchurch, as the camp is generously funded by a donation from a private sponsor.

Applications close: Monday, 2nd March
Eligibility: Acceptance is based on an online written application from students and NCEA Physics and Maths results

https://www.canterbury.ac.nz/science/outreach/events/astronomy-school/

Young Enterprise Scheme at Western Springs College Year 12 and 13 2020 First meeting in Morningside L2 at 1pm Monday 2 March

Come along and meet Madi from the YOUNG ENTERPRISE SCHEME. See what is involved in getting registered for developing a service or new product at the YES Meeting. Teams welcome or you can form a team after the meeting if you are keen. Talk to Kay Wallace (Careers) and Ben Hinton (ESOL teacher) both on Level 2

Sheilah Winn and Shakespeare – meeting Thursday lunchtime – Rangitoto

Sheilah Winners! Meeting in Rangitoto this Thursday at lunch to share scene ideas, check on groups and registration details. New participants welcome to come along and register interest.

Debating 2020

Students interesting in joining a debating team this year, please come and find out all about this fun extracurricular activity: meet this Wednesday 26 February at lunchtime in Kauri (KHC Level 2). Contact Ms Michell for further details: michelli@wsc.school.nz

Debating 2020

Students interesting in joining a debating team this year, please come and find out all about this fun extracurricular activity: meet this Wednesday 26 February at lunchtime in Kauri (KHC Level 2). Contact Ms Michell for further details: michelli@wsc.school.nz

2020 UN Youth Pacific Leadership Tour

UN Youth New Zealand is a non-profit organisation that provides civics education outside the traditional classroom context, engaging secondary and tertiary students in the most pressing affairs of their country and the international community. If you are interested in this opportunity, please email Ms. Victor – victorg@wsc.school.nz

Young Enterprise Scheme at Western Springs College Year 12 and 13 2020 First meeting in Morningside L2 at 1pm Monday 2 March

Come along and meet Madi from the YOUNG ENTERPRISE SCHEME. See what is involved in getting registered for developing a service or new product at the YES Meeting. Teams welcome or you can form a team after the meeting if you are keen. Talk to Kay Wallace (Careers) and Ben Hinton (ESOL teacher) both on Level 2

BRING IN YOUR USED PICS PB JARS

If you have any used PICS Peanut Butter Jars, DON’T THROW THEM AWAY! Please bring them to Ms Lenehan’s (Whenua HOH) Office (if anyone is unsure of where that is, then ask the office). It is preferred that the jars are sterilised, but if you can’t do that then just leave a note saying so.

This will contribute to our Cup Project!

Sheilah Winn and Shakespeare – meeting Thursday lunchtime – Rangitoto

Sheilah Winners! Meeting in Rangitoto this Thursday at lunch to share scene ideas, check on groups and registration details. New participants welcome to come along and register interest.

Dance Club

Dance Club Starts at lunchtime today
Come to Studio 2 in Tapac
All Year 9 and 10s welcome
Get there at the start of lunchtime

AUT Information session Wed 26 Feb 1pm in “Grey Lynn” Green u-shaped chairs L1KHLC

AUT is the FASTEST growing University in NZ. It is also in the top 1% worldwide (Times Higher education). if you are interested in studying sports, any health careers (nursing, occupational therapy, physio..) architecture, building, computer and electrical engineering, business, design, art, LAW and more, then come and meet Sam O’Loughlin on Level 1 in Grey Lynn green u shaped chair on Wednesday at 1pm 26 Feb

Y12/13 Arts Committee Applications

Y12 and Y13 students interested – if you picked up an application at O week just a reminder to fill out and return to the school office by Friday 28th February. If you have any questions see Arts Leaders Frankie Smith and Grace Hemingway (Y13) with any questions.

Debating 2020

Students interesting in joining a debating team this year, please come and find out all about this fun extracurricular activity: meet this Wednesday 26 February at lunchtime in Kauri (KHC Level 2). Contact Ms Michell for further details: michelli@wsc.school.nz

Year 13s wanted for PALs (Peer Assisted Learning Tutors)

We are looking for volunteers from Year 13 students to join our Peer Assisted Learning Programme. If you are keen to get training and experience as a peer tutor, this is a great opportunity to both learn and contribute. It will also look great on your CV and Tertiary applications.
What it involves is 3 training sessions in term 1.Then in terms 2 and 3 you will work one hour per week (during a study period/lunchtime/after school) to support a junior student. Most of you will be required to focus on year 9 Maths, but there will be opportunities to provide support in other subjects.
If this sounds like you, or you want to know more, call in and talk to us (Learning Centre teachers), and sign up. Training will begin in week 6. We are located on Level 1 Maungakiekie. Ask for Simon or Helen. or email thorpeh@wsc.school.nz

CUP PROJECT: Creating Sustainable Alternatives to Takeaway Coffee Cups

On Fri 21st and Wed 26th, we will be hosting workshops after school outside the soft tech room to create heatbands for our sustainable coffee cup alternatives.
If you want to do something good for our community then please come along, express your creativity and show what a sustainable school we are!!

2020 UN Youth Pacific Leadership Tour

UN Youth New Zealand is a non-profit organisation that provides civics education outside the traditional classroom context, engaging secondary and tertiary students in the most pressing affairs of their country and the international community. If you are interested in this opportunity, please email Ms. Victor – victorg@wsc.school.nz

2020 UN Youth Pacific Leadership Tour

UN Youth New Zealand is a non-profit organisation that provides civics education outside the traditional classroom context, engaging secondary and tertiary students in the most pressing affairs of their country and the international community. If you are interested in this opportunity, please email Ms. Victor – victorg@wsc.school.nz

Dance Club

Dance Club Starts at lunchtime today
Come to Studio 2 in Tapac
All Year 9 and 10s welcome
Get there at the start of lunchtime

Debating 2020

Students interesting in joining a debating team this year, please come and find out all about this fun extracurricular activity: meet this Wednesday 26 February at lunchtime in Kauri (KHC Level 2). Contact Ms Michell for further details: michelli@wsc.school.nz

AUT Information session Wed 26 Feb 1pm in “Grey Lynn” Green u-shaped chairs L1KHLC

AUT is the FASTEST growing University in NZ. It is also in the top 1% worldwide (Times Higher education). if you are interested in studying sports, any health careers (nursing, occupational therapy, physio..) architecture, building, computer and electrical engineering, business, design, art, LAW and more, then come and meet Sam O’Loughlin on Level 1 in Grey Lynn green u shaped chair on Wednesday at 1pm 26 Feb

BRING IN YOUR USED PICS PB JARS

If you have any used PICS Peanut Butter Jars, DON’T THROW THEM AWAY! Please bring them to Ms Lenehan’s (Whenua HOH) Office (if anyone is unsure of where that is, then ask the office). It is preferred that the jars are sterilised, but if you can’t do that then just leave a note saying so.

This will contribute to our Cup Project!

Sheilah Winn and Shakespeare – meeting Thursday lunchtime – Rangitoto

Sheilah Winners! Meeting in Rangitoto this Thursday at lunch to share scene ideas, check on groups and registration details. New participants welcome to come along and register interest.

ID PHOTOS catch up day

If you missed on ID Photos in Week 2, please come to the school hall 8:30 – 9:30 Tueday 25 February to take your ID photo. Thank you.

Y12/13 Arts Committee Applications

Y12 and Y13 students interested – if you picked up an application at O week just a reminder to fill out and return to the school office by Friday 28th February. If you have any questions see Arts Leaders Frankie Smith and Grace Hemingway (Y13) with any questions.

Debating 2020

Students interesting in joining a debating team this year, please come and find out all about this fun extracurricular activity: meet this Wednesday 26 February at lunchtime in Kauri (KHC Level 2). Contact Ms Michell for further details: michelli@wsc.school.nz

Year 13s wanted for PALs (Peer Assisted Learning Tutors)

We are looking for volunteers from Year 13 students to join our Peer Assisted Learning Programme. If you are keen to get training and experience as a peer tutor, this is a great opportunity to both learn and contribute. It will also look great on your CV and Tertiary applications.
What it involves is 3 training sessions in term 1.Then in terms 2 and 3 you will work one hour per week (during a study period/lunchtime/after school) to support a junior student. Most of you will be required to focus on year 9 Maths, but there will be opportunities to provide support in other subjects.
If this sounds like you, or you want to know more, call in and talk to us (Learning Centre teachers), and sign up. Training will begin in week 6. We are located on Level 1 Maungakiekie. Ask for Simon or Helen. or email thorpeh@wsc.school.nz

CUP PROJECT: Creating Sustainable Alternatives to Takeaway Coffee Cups

On Fri 21st and Wed 26th, we will be hosting workshops after school outside the soft tech room to create heatbands for our sustainable coffee cup alternatives.
If you want to do something good for our community then please come along, express your creativity and show what a sustainable school we are!!

AUT Information session Wed 26 Feb 1pm in “Grey Lynn” Green u-shaped chairs L1KHLC

AUT is the FASTEST growing University in NZ. It is also in the top 1% worldwide (Times Higher education). if you are interested in studying sports, any health careers (nursing, occupational therapy, physio..) architecture, building, computer and electrical engineering, business, design, art, LAW and more, then come and meet Sam O’Loughlin on Level 1 in Grey Lynn green u shaped chair on Wednesday at 1pm 26 Feb

BRING IN YOUR USED PICS PB JARS

If you have any used PICS Peanut Butter Jars, DON’T THROW THEM AWAY! Please bring them to Ms Lenehan’s (Whenua HOH) Office (if anyone is unsure of where that is, then ask the office). It is preferred that the jars are sterilised, but if you can’t do that then just leave a note saying so.

This will contribute to our Cup Project!

ID PHOTOS catch up day

If you missed on ID Photos in Week 2, please come to the school hall 8:30 – 9:30 Tueday 25 February to take your ID photo. Thank you.

2020 Young Leaders Sustainability Programme

Are you interested in actively practicing kaitiakitanga and championing action for Te Taiao (the environment) now and for future generations? You will also be exposed to a range of sustainability career pathways.

Auckland Council has invited two rangatahi (youth) & one reserve from our kura to take part in council’s 2020 Young Leaders Sustainability Programme.

When:
15-17 April 2020, three day ‘Life Below Water’ wananga connecting with the Manukau Harbour.
AND
One day hui during the July, October and December holidays.

Who:
2 x (and one reserve) Year 9-12 students who want to develop their leadership
Enthusiastic rangatahi who want to grow their connection with Te Taiao and take sustainable action for the environment.

Please email Ms Jenkin before 24th February on jenkink@wsc.school.nz for more info & the application form.

Debating 2020

Students interesting in joining a debating team this year, please come and find out all about this fun extracurricular activity: meet this Wednesday 26 February at lunchtime in Kauri (KHC Level 2). Contact Ms Michell for further details: michelli@wsc.school.nz

Year 13s wanted for PALs (Peer Assisted Learning Tutors)

We are looking for volunteers from Year 13 students to join our Peer Assisted Learning Programme. If you are keen to get training and experience as a peer tutor, this is a great opportunity to both learn and contribute. It will also look great on your CV and Tertiary applications.
What it involves is 3 training sessions in term 1.Then in terms 2 and 3 you will work one hour per week (during a study period/lunchtime/after school) to support a junior student. Most of you will be required to focus on year 9 Maths, but there will be opportunities to provide support in other subjects.
If this sounds like you, or you want to know more, call in and talk to us (Learning Centre teachers), and sign up. Training will begin in week 6. We are located on Level 1 Maungakiekie. Ask for Simon or Helen. or email thorpeh@wsc.school.nz

CUP PROJECT: Creating Sustainable Alternatives to Takeaway Coffee Cups

On Fri 21st and Wed 26th, we will be hosting workshops after school outside the soft tech room to create heatbands for our sustainable coffee cup alternatives.
If you want to do something good for our community then please come along, express your creativity and show what a sustainable school we are!!

ID PHOTOS catch up day

If you missed on ID Photos in Week 2, please come to the school hall 8:30 – 9:30 Tueday 25 February to take your ID photo. Thank you.

Interested in sustainability?

We have three groups – Health Wise, Travel Wise & Waste Wise – who work in panels led by year 13 students on issues that they are passionate about.

If you are interested in joining one of these panels, please email:

Health Wise: Sue Poupouare poupouares@wsc.school.nz
Travel Wise: Jared Hockly hocklyj@wsc.school.nz
Waste Wise: Kathryn Jenkin or Sophie Lenehan jenkink@wsc.school.nz / lenehans@wsc.school.nz

CUP PROJECT: Creating Sustainable Alternatives to Takeaway Coffee Cups

On Fri 21st and Wed 26th, we will be hosting workshops after school outside the soft tech room to create heatbands for our sustainable coffee cup alternatives.
If you want to do something good for our community then please come along, express your creativity and show what a sustainable school we are!!

Camp America CCUSA presentation Wed 19 February in Grey Lynn area on L1 KHLC with Dylan

Camp America CCUSA presentation Wed 19 February in Grey Lynn area on L1 KHLC with Dylan

2020 Young Leaders Sustainability Programme

Are you interested in actively practicing kaitiakitanga and championing action for Te Taiao (the environment) now and for future generations? You will also be exposed to a range of sustainability career pathways.

Auckland Council has invited two rangatahi (youth) & one reserve from our kura to take part in council’s 2020 Young Leaders Sustainability Programme.

When:
15-17 April 2020, three day ‘Life Below Water’ wananga connecting with the Manukau Harbour.
AND
One day hui during the July, October and December holidays.

Who:
2 x (and one reserve) Year 9-12 students who want to develop their leadership
Enthusiastic rangatahi who want to grow their connection with Te Taiao and take sustainable action for the environment.

Please email Ms Jenkin before 24th February on jenkink@wsc.school.nz for more info & the application form.

Interested in sustainability?

We have three groups – Health Wise, Travel Wise & Waste Wise – who work in panels led by year 13 students on issues that they are passionate about.

If you are interested in joining one of these panels, please email:

Health Wise: Sue Poupouare poupouares@wsc.school.nz
Travel Wise: Jared Hockly hocklyj@wsc.school.nz
Waste Wise: Kathryn Jenkin or Sophie Lenehan jenkink@wsc.school.nz / lenehans@wsc.school.nz

Year 13s wanted for PALs (Peer Assisted Learning Tutors)

We are looking for volunteers from Year 13 students to join our Peer Assisted Learning Programme. If you are keen to get training and experience as a peer tutor, this is a great opportunity to both learn and contribute. It will also look great on your CV and Tertiary applications.
What it involves is 3 training sessions in term 1.Then in terms 2 and 3 you will work one hour per week (during a study period/lunchtime/after school) to support a junior student. Most of you will be required to focus on year 9 Maths, but there will be opportunities to provide support in other subjects.
If this sounds like you, or you want to know more, call in and talk to us (Learning Centre teachers), and sign up. Training will begin in week 6. We are located on Level 1 Maungakiekie. Ask for Simon or Helen. or email thorpeh@wsc.school.nz

2020 Young Leaders Sustainability Programme

Are you interested in actively practicing kaitiakitanga and championing action for Te Taiao (the environment) now and for future generations? You will also be exposed to a range of sustainability career pathways.

Auckland Council has invited two rangatahi (youth) & one reserve from our kura to take part in council’s 2020 Young Leaders Sustainability Programme.

When:
15-17 April 2020, three day ‘Life Below Water’ wananga connecting with the Manukau Harbour.
AND
One day hui during the July, October and December holidays.

Who:
2 x (and one reserve) Year 9-12 students who want to develop their leadership
Enthusiastic rangatahi who want to grow their connection with Te Taiao and take sustainable action for the environment.

Please email Ms Jenkin before 24th February on jenkink@wsc.school.nz for more info & the application form.

Interested in sustainability?

We have three groups – Health Wise, Travel Wise & Waste Wise – who work in panels led by year 13 students on issues that they are passionate about.

If you are interested in joining one of these panels, please email:

Health Wise: Sue Poupouare poupouares@wsc.school.nz
Travel Wise: Jared Hockly hocklyj@wsc.school.nz
Waste Wise: Kathryn Jenkin or Sophie Lenehan jenkink@wsc.school.nz / lenehans@wsc.school.nz

Year 13s wanted for PALs (Peer Assisted Learning Tutors)

We are looking for volunteers from Year 13 students to join our Peer Assisted Learning Programme. If you are keen to get training and experience as a peer tutor, this is a great opportunity to both learn and contribute. It will also look great on your CV and Tertiary applications.
What it involves is 3 training sessions in term 1.Then in terms 2 and 3 you will work one hour per week (during a study period/lunchtime/after school) to support a junior student. Most of you will be required to focus on year 9 Maths, but there will be opportunities to provide support in other subjects.
If this sounds like you, or you want to know more, call in and talk to us (Learning Centre teachers), and sign up. Training will begin in week 6. We are located on Level 1 Maungakiekie. Ask for Simon or Helen. or email thorpeh@wsc.school.nz

Interested in sustainability?

We have three groups – Health Wise, Travel Wise & Waste Wise – who work in panels led by year 13 students on issues that they are passionate about.

If you are interested in joining one of these panels, please email:

Health Wise: Sue Poupouare poupouares@wsc.school.nz
Travel Wise: Jared Hockly hocklyj@wsc.school.nz
Waste Wise: Kathryn Jenkin or Sophie Lenehan jenkink@wsc.school.nz / lenehans@wsc.school.nz

2020 Young Leaders Sustainability Programme

Are you interested in actively practicing kaitiakitanga and championing action for Te Taiao (the environment) now and for future generations? You will also be exposed to a range of sustainability career pathways.

Auckland Council has invited two rangatahi (youth) & one reserve from our kura to take part in council’s 2020 Young Leaders Sustainability Programme.

When:
15-17 April 2020, three day ‘Life Below Water’ wananga connecting with the Manukau Harbour.
AND
One day hui during the July, October and December holidays.

Who:
2 x (and one reserve) Year 9-12 students who want to develop their leadership
Enthusiastic rangatahi who want to grow their connection with Te Taiao and take sustainable action for the environment.

Please email Ms Jenkin before 24th February on jenkink@wsc.school.nz for more info & the application form.

O Week

Wednesday 12th, Thursday 13th, Friday 14th. Stalls, games, fundraisers and more. There will be school clubs and groups advertising events that will run throughout the year and looking for people who are interested in being a part of it. There will also be some activities, so come along and enjoy.

Lattitude Global Volunteering 1pm Morningside L2 KHLC

If you wanting to learn about travel, gap years and volunteering overseas then come along to meet Madeleine on L2 in Morningside Room. The Lattitude Volunteering family Information evening is on at 234 Dominion Road Thursday 13 Feb 7-8pm. Register online https://lattitude.org.nz/useful-info/attend-info-night/

2020 Young Leaders Sustainability Programme

Are you interested in actively practicing kaitiakitanga and championing action for Te Taiao (the environment) now and for future generations? You will also be exposed to a range of sustainability career pathways.

Auckland Council has invited two rangatahi (youth) & one reserve from our kura to take part in council’s 2020 Young Leaders Sustainability Programme.

When:
15-17 April 2020, three day ‘Life Below Water’ wananga connecting with the Manukau Harbour.
AND
One day hui during the July, October and December holidays.

Who:
2 x (and one reserve) Year 9-12 students who want to develop their leadership
Enthusiastic rangatahi who want to grow their connection with Te Taiao and take sustainable action for the environment.

Please email Ms Jenkin before 24th February on jenkink@wsc.school.nz for more info & the application form.

Drama Notice – Do a little more acting outside of Drama classes! Come along to hear more about Shakespeare and Sheilah Winn!

“Drama Notice – Sheilah Winn Meeting this Wed 12 Feb in Rangitoto – Level 1 – look out out for Shakespeare on the Smartcreen and your teachers Mr Pollock and Kirsty Britton!
Do a little more acting outside of Drama classes and bring friends interested along to hear more about Shakespeare and the annual Sheilah Winn Festival 2020. All years welcome to attend! “

O Week

Wednesday 12th, Thursday 13th, Friday 14th. Stalls, games, fundraisers and more. There will be school clubs and groups advertising events that will run throughout the year and looking for people who are interested in being a part of it. There will also be some activities, so come along and enjoy.

Senior DVC students from 2019, please Collect your work

Senior DVC students from 2019, please pick up your external portfolios and old Graphics packs. They will be disposed of on Thursday 13th Feb.

Lattitude Global Volunteering 1pm Morningside L2 KHLC

If you wanting to learn about travel, gap years and volunteering overseas then come along to meet Madeleine on L2 in Morningside Room. The Lattitude Volunteering family Information evening is on at 234 Dominion Road Thursday 13 Feb 7-8pm. Register online https://lattitude.org.nz/useful-info/attend-info-night/

Drama Notice – Do a little more acting outside of Drama classes! Come along to hear more about Shakespeare and Sheilah Winn!

“Drama Notice – Sheilah Winn Meeting this Wed 12 Feb in Rangitoto – Level 1 – look out out for Shakespeare on the Smartcreen and your teachers Mr Pollock and Kirsty Britton!
Do a little more acting outside of Drama classes and bring friends interested along to hear more about Shakespeare and the annual Sheilah Winn Festival 2020. All years welcome to attend! “

O Week

Wednesday 12th, Thursday 13th, Friday 14th. Stalls, games, fundraisers and more. There will be school clubs and groups advertising events that will run throughout the year and looking for people who are interested in being a part of it. There will also be some activities, so come along and enjoy.

O Week

Wednesday 12th, Thursday 13th, Friday 14th. Stalls, games, fundraisers and more. There will be school clubs and groups advertising events that will run throughout the year and looking for people who are interested in being a part of it. There will also be some activities, so come along and enjoy.

Please meet in Rangitoto Paint Studio today at lunch. Thank you!

Wednesday 12th, Thursday 13th, Friday 14th. Stalls, games, fundraisers and more. There will be school clubs and groups advertising events that will run throughout the year and looking for people who are interested in being a part of it. There will also be some activities, so come along and enjoy.

Arts Leaders – Meeting in Rangitoto today at lunch

Please meet in Rangitoto Paint Studio today at lunch. Thank you!

Drama Notice – Do a little more acting outside of Drama classes! Come along to hear more about Shakespeare and Sheilah Winn!

“Drama Notice – Sheilah Winn Meeting this Wed 12 Feb in Rangitoto – Level 1 – look out out for Shakespeare on the Smartcreen and your teachers Mr Pollock and Kirsty Britton!
Do a little more acting outside of Drama classes and bring friends interested along to hear more about Shakespeare and the annual Sheilah Winn Festival 2020. All years welcome to attend! “

Lattitude Global Volunteering 1pm Morningside L2 KHLC

If you wanting to learn about travel, gap years and volunteering overseas then come along to meet Madeleine on L2 in Morningside Room. The Lattitude Volunteering family Information evening is on at 234 Dominion Road Thursday 13 Feb 7-8pm. Register online https://lattitude.org.nz/useful-info/attend-info-night/

Interested in statistics & sustainability? Event invitation.

Colmar Brunton (a market & social research company) are hosting an event with the Sustainable Business Council to release the latest findings of CB’s Better Futures Report. This year for the first time in the report they have included input from kiwi youth aged 13 -17 years old to understand whether youth concerns are the same or different to adult concerns. There are some very interesting results. Among the highest concerns for youth are mental health issues, waste reduction and climate action.

 

The event acts as a forum to share this research with businesses and community. The results of this year’s report will be presented and there will be discussion from some of NZs business decision makers about how they are taking action on these issues. There is a youth representative the panel who will be championing the concerns of

2020 Young Leaders Sustainability Programme

Are you interested in actively practicing kaitiakitanga and championing action for Te Taiao (the environment) now and for future generations? You will also be exposed to a range of sustainability career pathways.

Auckland Council has invited two rangatahi (youth) & one reserve from our kura to take part in council’s 2020 Young Leaders Sustainability Programme.

When:
15-17 April 2020, three day ‘Life Below Water’ wananga connecting with the Manukau Harbour.
AND
One day hui during the July, October and December holidays.

Who:
2 x (and one reserve) Year 9-12 students who want to develop their leadership
Enthusiastic rangatahi who want to grow their connection with Te Taiao and take sustainable action for the environment.

Please email Ms Jenkin before 24th February on jenkink@wsc.school.nz for more info & the application form.

Senior DVC students from 2019, please Collect your work

Senior DVC students from 2019, please pick up your external portfolios and old Graphics packs. They will be disposed of on Thursday 13th Feb.

Sustainability & Statistics

“Available this coming Tuesday, 11th Feb, from 4pm – 6.30pm? Interested in sustainability & statistics?

Colmar Brunton are hosting an event with the Sustainable Business Council to release the latest findings of the Better Futures Report. This year for the first time in the report they have included input from kiwi youth aged 13 -17 yrs old to understand whether youth concerns are the same or different to adult concerns. Among the highest concerns for youth are mental health issues, waste reduction and climate action.

This event acts as a forum to share this research with businesses and community. We have been offered two tickets.

If you are interested in this opportunity, please email jenkink@wsc.school.nz

Senior DVC students from 2019, please Collect your work

Senior DVC students from 2019, please pick up your external portfolios and old Graphics packs. They will be disposed of on Thursday 13th Feb.

2020 Young Leaders Sustainability Programme

Are you interested in actively practicing kaitiakitanga and championing action for Te Taiao (the environment) now and for future generations? You will also be exposed to a range of sustainability career pathways.

Auckland Council has invited two rangatahi (youth) & one reserve from our kura to take part in council’s 2020 Young Leaders Sustainability Programme.

When:
15-17 April 2020, three day ‘Life Below Water’ wananga connecting with the Manukau Harbour.
AND
One day hui during the July, October and December holidays.

Who:
2 x (and one reserve) Year 9-12 students who want to develop their leadership
Enthusiastic rangatahi who want to grow their connection with Te Taiao and take sustainable action for the environment.

Please email Ms Jenkin before 24th February on jenkink@wsc.school.nz for more info & the application form.

Sustainability & Statistics

“Available this coming Tuesday, 11th Feb, from 4pm – 6.30pm? Interested in sustainability & statistics?

Colmar Brunton are hosting an event with the Sustainable Business Council to release the latest findings of the Better Futures Report. This year for the first time in the report they have included input from kiwi youth aged 13 -17 yrs old to understand whether youth concerns are the same or different to adult concerns. Among the highest concerns for youth are mental health issues, waste reduction and climate action.

This event acts as a forum to share this research with businesses and community. We have been offered two tickets.

If you are interested in this opportunity, please email jenkink@wsc.school.nz

Interested in statistics & sustainability? Event invitation.

Colmar Brunton (a market & social research company) are hosting an event with the Sustainable Business Council to release the latest findings of CB’s Better Futures Report. This year for the first time in the report they have included input from kiwi youth aged 13 -17 years old to understand whether youth concerns are the same or different to adult concerns. There are some very interesting results. Among the highest concerns for youth are mental health issues, waste reduction and climate action.

 

The event acts as a forum to share this research with businesses and community. The results of this year’s report will be presented and there will be discussion from some of NZs business decision makers about how they are taking action on these issues. There is a youth representative the panel who will be championing the concerns of

Sustainability & Statistics

“Available this coming Tuesday, 11th Feb, from 4pm – 6.30pm? Interested in sustainability & statistics?

Colmar Brunton are hosting an event with the Sustainable Business Council to release the latest findings of the Better Futures Report. This year for the first time in the report they have included input from kiwi youth aged 13 -17 yrs old to understand whether youth concerns are the same or different to adult concerns. Among the highest concerns for youth are mental health issues, waste reduction and climate action.

This event acts as a forum to share this research with businesses and community. We have been offered two tickets.

If you are interested in this opportunity, please email jenkink@wsc.school.nz

Interested in statistics & sustainability? Event invitation.

Colmar Brunton (a market & social research company) are hosting an event with the Sustainable Business Council to release the latest findings of CB’s Better Futures Report. This year for the first time in the report they have included input from kiwi youth aged 13 -17 years old to understand whether youth concerns are the same or different to adult concerns. There are some very interesting results. Among the highest concerns for youth are mental health issues, waste reduction and climate action.

 

The event acts as a forum to share this research with businesses and community. The results of this year’s report will be presented and there will be discussion from some of NZs business decision makers about how they are taking action on these issues. There is a youth representative the panel who will be championing the concerns of

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