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Zero Waste Products

Come join us and the company ‘Good For’ this week on Wednesday the 27th of June to make an easy sustainable change to your lifestyle! Zero waste products you can use in your everyday lives will include:
– Metal Straws
– Tote Bags
– Keep Cups (reusable coffee cups)
– Aluminum Drink Bottles
– Snacks packaged in reusable jars
– Bamboo toothbrushes
– And more!

Year 12 Careers assembly Hall Extended Form period Tuesday 3 July 11.25 Year 12 The Big 3

Auckland University, AUT and Unitec are presenting to all year 12s. Most of our school leavers attend these 3 tertiary providers.

They give brief overviews about their courses, student life and scholarships. Please come to the hall for a 11.25 am start.

PRIDE MONTH FESTIVAL

Help us celebrate our LGBTQA+ community by joining us in celebrating Pride Month with festivities on the Village Green, lunchtime Tuesday 26th. There will be music, a bake sale, flag making, photo ops and good vibes!
Dress as colourful as possible to help celebrate the Month of Pride!
#wscpride

Year 13s Hall Tuesday 26 June 11.25 am “What Next” presentation by Banking expert (ASB)

“What Next?”” is an presentation about financial education for New Zealand school students. “”What next”” has been running since 2003 and is designed specifically for 13 students. The presentation on Tuesday extended form time covers topics like:
– Budgeting and saving
– Managing debt
– Flatting and your finance and adjusting to managing on your own. Let your form teacher know then proceed straight to the hall immediately after interval.

YEAR 9 AND YEAR 10 NETBALL DRAW SAT 23RD JUNE

8:30am WSC9White vs Waitakere Court 16
8:30am WSC10Green vs Avondale Court 8
9:20am Waiorea9Karoro vs Green Bay Court 10
9:20am WSC9Green vs Rutherford Court 11
9:20am WSC10Gold vs Rutherford Court 12
9:20am Waiorea10Parera vs Lynfield Court 16
10:10am WSC9Gold vs Henderson Court 6
10:10am WSC10Green vs St Doms Court 11

Van will leave at 7:30am. Must put your name with Kau in Waiora before lunchtime on Friday

PRIDE MONTH FESTIVAL

Help us celebrate our LGBTQA+ community by joining us in celebrating Pride Month with festivities on the Village Green, lunchtime Tuesday 26th. There will be music, a bake sale, flag making, photo ops and good vibes!
Dress as colourful as possible to help celebrate the Month of Pride!
#wscpride

Lincoln University liaison visit Friday 22 June 1.40 BOT Meeting Room

Meet Blake who can discuss courses such as agribusiness, agriscience and viticulture and many more at Lincoln University (near Christchurch)

YEAR 9 AND YEAR 10 NETBALL DRAW SAT 23RD JUNE

8:30am WSC9White vs Waitakere Court 16
8:30am WSC10Green vs Avondale Court 8
9:20am Waiorea9Karoro vs Green Bay Court 10
9:20am WSC9Green vs Rutherford Court 11
9:20am WSC10Gold vs Rutherford Court 12
9:20am Waiorea10Parera vs Lynfield Court 16
10:10am WSC9Gold vs Henderson Court 6
10:10am WSC10Green vs St Doms Court 11

Van will leave at 7:30am. Must put your name with Kau in Waiora before lunchtime on Friday

Lincoln University Friday 22 June 1.40 -2.30 with Blake Hoare BOT meeting room

Lincoln University has land based degrees and is 15 km outside of Christchurch. Learn about viticulture, agriscience and agricommerce degrees at Lincoln University. Blake’s adventures in the USA are very entertaining too!

Ball Tickets

BALL TICKETS ISSUED TODAY AT LUNCHTIME. Y BLOCK.
Organised alphabetically by last name.

PRIDE MONTH FESTIVAL

Help us celebrate our LGBTQA+ community by joining us in celebrating Pride Month with festivities on the Village Green, lunchtime Tuesday 26th. There will be music, a bake sale, flag making, photo ops and good vibes!
Dress as colourful as possible to help celebrate the Month of Pride!
#wscpride

Year 13s Hall Tuesday 26 June 11.25 am “What Next” presentation by Banking expert (ASB)

“What Next?”” is an presentation about financial education for New Zealand school students. “”What next”” has been running since 2003 and is designed specifically for 13 students. The presentation on Tuesday extended form time covers topics like:
– Budgeting and saving
– Managing debt
– Flatting and your finance and adjusting to managing on your own. Let your form teacher know then proceed straight to the hall immediately after interval.

PASIFIKA POFIAFIA MEETING

MEETING FOR ALL LEADERS AND YR13 PASIFIKA STUDENTS AND TEACHERS IN CHARGE OF GROUPS. IN WAIORA FRIDAY 22ND JUNE AT LUNCH TIME

PASIFIKA POFIAFIA MEETING

MEETING FOR ALL LEADERS AND YR13 PASIFIKA STUDENTS AND TEACHERS IN CHARGE OF GROUPS. IN WAIORA FRIDAY 22ND JUNE AT LUNCH TIME

Year 13s Hall Tuesday 26 June 11.25 am “What Next” presentation by Banking expert (ASB)

“What Next?”” is an presentation about financial education for New Zealand school students. “”What next”” has been running since 2003 and is designed specifically for 13 students. The presentation on Tuesday extended form time covers topics like:
– Budgeting and saving
– Managing debt
– Flatting and your finance and adjusting to managing on your own. Let your form teacher know then proceed straight to the hall immediately after interval.

YEAR 9 AND YEAR 10 NETBALL DRAW SAT 23RD JUNE

8:30am WSC9White vs Waitakere Court 16
8:30am WSC10Green vs Avondale Court 8
9:20am Waiorea9Karoro vs Green Bay Court 10
9:20am WSC9Green vs Rutherford Court 11
9:20am WSC10Gold vs Rutherford Court 12
9:20am Waiorea10Parera vs Lynfield Court 16
10:10am WSC9Gold vs Henderson Court 6
10:10am WSC10Green vs St Doms Court 11

Van will leave at 7:30am. Must put your name with Kau in Waiora before lunchtime on Friday

PRIDE MONTH FESTIVAL

Help us celebrate our LGBTQA+ community by joining us in celebrating Pride Month with festivities on the Village Green, lunchtime Tuesday 26th. There will be music, a bake sale, flag making, photo ops and good vibes!
Dress as colourful as possible to help celebrate the Month of Pride!
#wscpride

Lincoln University liaison visit Friday 22 June 1.40 BOT Meeting Room

Meet Blake who can discuss courses such as agribusiness, agriscience and viticulture and many more at Lincoln University (near Christchurch)

MEDITATION AND MINDFULNESS

Meditation in Tapac 3 Thursday lunchtime. Brought to you by the Healthwise Team and the Budhist Centre.

LOVE YOUR BODY DAY

Love your body day in the hall at lunchtime, Tuesday and Wednesday this week. Brought to you by the Healthwise Team.

Lincoln University Friday 22 June 1.40 -2.30 with Blake Hoare BOT meeting room

Lincoln University has land based degrees and is 15 km outside of Christchurch. Learn about viticulture, agriscience and agricommerce degrees at Lincoln University. Blake’s adventures in the USA are very entertaining too!

Western Springs Political Debate

Western Springs Political Debate
Makes sure you come along to the Western Springs Political Debate in the hall Friday 22nd of June hosted by RadioLives Mark Sainsbury. Be there at 5.30. We have a range of topics to discuss including employment, the environment and education.
Make sure to submit your questions to the MPs to your teachers or Ms Dennis so they can be asked on the night. Join the Facebook event also for updates!
We have the following MPs attending:
Simeion Brown- National
Michael Wood- Labour
Julie Anne Genter- Greens
David Seymour- ACT
Bring family and friends it’ll be a good night!

Honey Wrap Workshops!

Single-use plastic is polluting and harming our environment. Honey wraps are an environmentally friendly and practical alternative to plastic wrap. Come to the food tech room after school on Thursday 21st June to make your very own honey wrap – for FREE! Extras will be given to parents at the senior parent-teacher interviews.

Business, Marketing, & University talk from ex-WSC Student- Waiora Lunchtime Wednesday 20/6

“Louis is an ex-WSC student who studied a BCom at UoA and is now a senior marketer at a large New Zealand tech startup involved in the exciting new world of crypto. Come along to learn more about transitioning to university, business degrees, student life, what employers look for, getting your first job, marketing, and lots more. There will be a lot of Q&A so use this opportunity to talk to someone with first-hand experience and who’s been in your shoes. Where: Waiora Meeting Room Wed 20 June 1.40pm

MEDITATION AND MINDFULNESS

Meditation in Tapac 3 Thursday lunchtime. Brought to you by the Healthwise Team and the Budhist Centre.

LOVE YOUR BODY DAY

Love your body day in the hall at lunchtime, Tuesday and Wednesday this week. Brought to you by the Healthwise Team.

Lincoln University Friday 22 June 1.40 -2.30 with Blake Hoare BOT meeting room

Lincoln University has land based degrees and is 15 km outside of Christchurch. Learn about viticulture, agriscience and agricommerce degrees at Lincoln University. Blake’s adventures in the USA are very entertaining too!

Honey Wrap Workshops!

Single-use plastic is polluting and harming our environment. Honey wraps are an environmentally friendly and practical alternative to plastic wrap. Come to the food tech room after school on Thursday 21st June to make your very own honey wrap – for FREE! Extras will be given to parents at the senior parent-teacher interviews.

MEDITATION AND MINDFULNESS

Meditation in Tapac 3 Thursday lunchtime. Brought to you by the Healthwise Team and the Budhist Centre.

LOVE YOUR BODY DAY

Love your body day in the hall at lunchtime, Tuesday and Wednesday this week. Brought to you by the Healthwise Team.

Lincoln University Friday 22 June 1.40 -2.30 with Blake Hoare BOT meeting room

Lincoln University has land based degrees and is 15 km outside of Christchurch. Learn about viticulture, agriscience and agricommerce degrees at Lincoln University. Blake’s adventures in the USA are very entertaining too!

University of Otago Information Evening Tuesday 19 June 6.30 pm Eden Park

The University of Otago is having an Information Evening next week on Tuesday 19 June from 6.30pm. It gives an overview of the university, accommodation, admissions, scholarships and study options. The venue is Eden Park -South Level 4 Lounge, Eden Park, Auckland.

Honey Wrap Workshops!

Single-use plastic is polluting and harming our environment. Honey wraps are an environmentally friendly and practical alternative to plastic wrap. Come to the food tech room after school on Thursday 21st June to make your very own honey wrap – for FREE! Extras will be given to parents at the senior parent-teacher interviews.

Honey Wrap Workshops!

Single-use plastic is polluting and harming our environment. Honey wraps are an environmentally friendly and practical alternative to plastic wrap. Come to the food tech room after school on Thursday 21st June to make your very own honey wrap – for FREE! Extras will be given to parents at the senior parent-teacher interviews.

University of Otago Information Evening Tuesday 19 June 6.30 pm Eden Park

The University of Otago is having an Information Evening next week on Tuesday 19 June from 6.30pm. It gives an overview of the university, accommodation, admissions, scholarships and study options. The venue is Eden Park -South Level 4 Lounge, Eden Park, Auckland.

BALL TICKETS ON SALE NOW!

Get in quick. Don’t miss out. Limited tickets available. Now $135 dollars.

Interval and Lunchtime at the front office with completed form.

At The Cordis on the 23rd June starts at 7.

University of Otago Information Evening Tuesday 19 June 6.30 pm Eden Park

The University of Otago is having an Information Evening next week on Tuesday 19 June from 6.30pm. It gives an overview of the university, accommodation, admissions, scholarships and study options. The venue is Eden Park -South Level 4 Lounge, Eden Park, Auckland.

NO POFIAFIA MEETING

MEETING FOR POFIAFIA POSTPONED TO NEXT FRIDAY LUNCHTIME

LEADERSHIP TRAINING DAY COMING UP FOR YEAR 11 STUDENTS!!

There is an awesome training day coming up next Thursday 21st for year 11 students!
A team from the Peace Foundation is coming to talk about how young people can be effective in promoting peace. You will also learn how to help your friends when they are going through a tough time, sort stuff out in a peaceful way, and understand each other better through mediation.
After doing the training day you can join our Peace Ambassadors in promoting peace and raising money for charities here at school!
Don’t miss out, there are only 30 places!
Fill in the form that has been emailed to you, or talk to your form teacher, Head of House or come and see Linda at Waiora.
The training day is held in the school library and is for the whole day.

BALL TICKETS ON SALE NOW!

Get in quick. Don’t miss out. Limited tickets available. Now $135 dollars.

Interval and Lunchtime at the front office with completed form.

At The Cordis on the 23rd June starts at 7.

LEADERSHIP TRAINING DAY COMING UP FOR YEAR 11 STUDENTS!!

There is an awesome training day coming up next Thursday 21st for year 11 students!
A team from the Peace Foundation is coming to talk about how young people can be effective in promoting peace. You will also learn how to help your friends when they are going through a tough time, sort stuff out in a peaceful way, and understand each other better through mediation.
After doing the training day you can join our Peace Ambassadors in promoting peace and raising money for charities here at school!
Don’t miss out, there are only 30 places!
Fill in the form that has been emailed to you, or talk to your form teacher, Head of House or come and see Linda at Waiora.
The training day is held in the school library and is for the whole day.

BALL TICKETS ON SALE NOW!

Get in quick. Don’t miss out. Limited tickets available. Now $135 dollars.

Interval and Lunchtime at the front office with completed form.

At The Cordis on the 23rd June starts at 7.

Camp America – Waiora Wed 13 June 1.40 pm

Paid work in USA then travel. Want to find out more? Be in Waiora this Wednesday

LEADERSHIP TRAINING DAY COMING UP FOR YEAR 11 STUDENTS!!

There is an awesome training day coming up next Thursday 21st for year 11 students!
A team from the Peace Foundation is coming to talk about how young people can be effective in promoting peace. You will also learn how to help your friends when they are going through a tough time, sort stuff out in a peaceful way, and understand each other better through mediation.
After doing the training day you can join our Peace Ambassadors in promoting peace and raising money for charities here at school!
Don’t miss out, there are only 30 places!
Fill in the form that has been emailed to you, or talk to your form teacher, Head of House or come and see Linda at Waiora.
The training day is held in the school library and is for the whole day.

Camp America Wednesday 13 June Waiora at 1.40-2.15 pm

Plan your Gap Year with an expert from Summer Camp USA, Lisa Bonnet.

Year 10s – IMPORTANT NOTICE

Please ensure your devices are in working order for all classes for Careers week

BALL TICKETS ON SALE NOW!

Get in quick. Don’t miss out. Limited tickets available. Now $135 dollars.

Interval and Lunchtime at the front office with completed form.

At The Cordis on the 23rd June starts at 7.

Drivers Ed Classes 4 Theory

Drivers Theory Classes in S3 at lunchtime on Mondays. We are back on after your instructor had a car accident (kind of ironic eh?)

Year 10 Careers Week continues during Senior Exams

Yr 10 Careers week will hopefully will enlighten you and help you match your interests with possible careers paths. Useful for choosing school subjects too! NCEA – explained by your Head of House then two lessons with Careers teachers. Attend your normal classes.

Camp America – Waiora Wed 13 June 1.40 pm

Paid work in USA then travel. Want to find out more? Be in Waiora this Wednesday

LEADERSHIP TRAINING DAY COMING UP FOR YEAR 11 STUDENTS!!

There is an awesome training day coming up next Thursday 21st for year 11 students!
A team from the Peace Foundation is coming to talk about how young people can be effective in promoting peace. You will also learn how to help your friends when they are going through a tough time, sort stuff out in a peaceful way, and understand each other better through mediation.
After doing the training day you can join our Peace Ambassadors in promoting peace and raising money for charities here at school!
Don’t miss out, there are only 30 places!
Fill in the form that has been emailed to you, or talk to your form teacher, Head of House or come and see Linda at Waiora.
The training day is held in the school library and is for the whole day.

Camp America Wednesday 13 June Waiora at 1.40-2.15 pm

Plan your Gap Year with an expert from Summer Camp USA, Lisa Bonnet.

LEADERSHIP TRAINING DAY COMING UP FOR YEAR 11 STUDENTS!!

There is an awesome training day coming up next Thursday 21st for year 11 students!
A team from the Peace Foundation is coming to talk about how young people can be effective in promoting peace. You will also learn how to help your friends when they are going through a tough time, sort stuff out in a peaceful way, and understand each other better through mediation.
After doing the training day you can join our Peace Ambassadors in promoting peace and raising money for charities here at school!
Don’t miss out, there are only 30 places!
Fill in the form that has been emailed to you, or talk to your form teacher, Head of House or come and see Linda at Waiora.
The training day is held in the school library and is for the whole day.

Hawaiian Group

Hawaiian practice today (Monday) at lunchtime in Wairua (Rumaki classroom straight opposite the school hall)

Year 10s – IMPORTANT NOTICE

Please ensure your devices are in working order for all classes for Careers week

BALL TICKETS ON SALE NOW!

Get in quick. Don’t miss out. Limited tickets available. Now $135 dollars.

Interval and Lunchtime at the front office with completed form.

At The Cordis on the 23rd June starts at 7.

Drivers Ed Classes 4 Theory

Drivers Theory Classes in S3 at lunchtime on Mondays. We are back on after your instructor had a car accident (kind of ironic eh?)

Year 10 Careers Week continues during Senior Exams

Yr 10 Careers week will hopefully will enlighten you and help you match your interests with possible careers paths. Useful for choosing school subjects too! NCEA – explained by your Head of House then two lessons with Careers teachers. Attend your normal classes.

Camp America – Waiora Wed 13 June 1.40 pm

Paid work in USA then travel. Want to find out more? Be in Waiora this Wednesday

Camp America Wednesday 13 June Waiora at 1.40-2.15 pm

Plan your Gap Year with an expert from Summer Camp USA, Lisa Bonnet.

Year 10s – IMPORTANT NOTICE

Please ensure your devices are in working order for all classes for Careers week

BALL TICKETS ON SALE NOW!

Get in quick. Don’t miss out. Limited tickets available. Now $135 dollars.

Interval and Lunchtime at the front office with completed form.

At The Cordis on the 23rd June starts at 7.

Vegan and Vegetarian Club

Love for the plant-based life? Meet with other like minded folk, Mondays at lunch in Y14, OR see Ms Poindexter in Y14 for more info.

Year 10 Careers Week continues during Senior Exams

Yr 10 Careers week will hopefully will enlighten you and help you match your interests with possible careers paths. Useful for choosing school subjects too! NCEA – explained by your Head of House then two lessons with Careers teachers. Attend your normal classes.

Year 10s – IMPORTANT NOTICE

Please ensure your devices are in working order for all classes for Careers week

BALL TICKETS ON SALE NOW!

Get in quick. Don’t miss out. Limited tickets available. Now $135 dollars.

Interval and Lunchtime at the front office with completed form.

At The Cordis on the 23rd June starts at 7.

Year 10 Careers week starts now!

Yr 10 Careers week will hopefully be enlightening and help you think about matching your interests with possible careers paths. Useful for choosing school subjects too! NCEA – explained by your Head of House then two lessons with Careers teachers. Attend your normal classes.

Year 10 Careers Week continues during Senior Exams

Yr 10 Careers week will hopefully will enlighten you and help you match your interests with possible careers paths. Useful for choosing school subjects too! NCEA – explained by your Head of House then two lessons with Careers teachers. Attend your normal classes.

Subversive Poetry meets TODAY in Y8 – let there be cake

Year 10s – IMPORTANT NOTICE

Please ensure your devices are in working order for all classes for Careers week

BALL TICKETS ON SALE NOW!

Get in quick. Don’t miss out. Limited tickets available. Now $135 dollars.

Interval and Lunchtime at the front office with completed form.

At The Cordis on the 23rd June starts at 7.

Year 10 Careers week starts now!

Yr 10 Careers week will hopefully be enlightening and help you think about matching your interests with possible careers paths. Useful for choosing school subjects too! NCEA – explained by your Head of House then two lessons with Careers teachers. Attend your normal classes.

Vegan and Vegetarian Club

Love for the plant-based life? Meet with other like minded folk, Mondays at lunch in Y14, OR see Ms Poindexter in Y14 for more info.

Spoken Word Workshop

Spoken Word Workshop.Come along to Waiata after school 3:30 to 4:30 on Wednesday . Our spoken word teams will be running the workshop based on their experiences at Slam Camp.

Spoken Word Workshop

Spoken Word Workshop.Come along to Waiata after school 3:30 to 4:30 on Wednesday . Our spoken word teams will be running the workshop based on their experiences at Slam Camp.

BALL TICKETS ON SALE NOW!

Get in quick. Don’t miss out. Limited tickets available. Now $135 dollars.

Interval and Lunchtime at the front office with completed form.

At The Cordis on the 23rd June starts at 7.

SENIOR NETBALL DRAW TUESDAY 5TH JUNE 2018

5:20PM

WAIOREA KAREAREA VS MASSEY COURT 6
WAIOREA KOTARE SNRB VS RUTHERFORD COURT 8

6:10PM

WSC PREMS VS RUTHERFORD COURT 2
WSC SNRA/GOLD VS HOANI COURT 4
WAIOREA/WSC SOCIAL VS RUTHERFORD COURT 10

VANS WILL START LEAVING AT 3:30PM: NAMES TO KAU BY INTERVAL TUESDAY

BALL TICKETS ON SALE NOW!

Get in quick. Don’t miss out. Limited tickets available. Now $135 dollars.

Interval and Lunchtime at the front office with completed form.

At The Cordis on the 23rd June starts at 7.

Vegan and Vegetarian Club

Love for the plant-based life? Meet with other like minded folk, Mondays at lunch in Y14, OR see Ms Poindexter in Y14 for more info.

SENIOR NETBALL DRAW TUESDAY 5TH JUNE 2018

5:20PM

WAIOREA KAREAREA VS MASSEY COURT 6
WAIOREA KOTARE SNRB VS RUTHERFORD COURT 8

6:10PM

WSC PREMS VS RUTHERFORD COURT 2
WSC SNRA/GOLD VS HOANI COURT 4
WAIOREA/WSC SOCIAL VS RUTHERFORD COURT 10

VANS WILL START LEAVING AT 3:30PM: NAMES TO KAU BY INTERVAL TUESDAY

SENIOR NETBALL DRAW TUESDAY 5TH JUNE 2018

5:20PM

WAIOREA KAREAREA VS MASSEY COURT 6
WAIOREA KOTARE SNRB VS RUTHERFORD COURT 8

6:10PM

WSC PREMS VS RUTHERFORD COURT 2
WSC SNRA/GOLD VS HOANI COURT 4
WAIOREA/WSC SOCIAL VS RUTHERFORD COURT 10

VANS WILL START LEAVING AT 3:30PM: NAMES TO KAU BY INTERVAL TUESDAY

BALL TICKETS ON SALE NOW!

Get in quick. Don’t miss out. Limited tickets available. Now $135 dollars.

Interval and Lunchtime at the front office with completed form.

At The Cordis on the 23rd June starts at 7.

Year 10 students: Innovation Challenge

“Mashing Technology, Science & Business! If you are a Year 10 student interested in a free lunch, $200 of potential prize money & problem solving, email Sharra asap. martinsh@wsc.school.nz
The Growing NZ Innovation Challenge is on June 27th. You will build a prototype solution to a real-life situation being faced by one of New Zealand’s largest industries.”

Vegan and Vegetarian Club

Love for the plant-based life? Meet with other like minded folk, Mondays at lunch in Y14, OR see Ms Poindexter in Y14 for more info.

SENIOR NETBALL DRAW TUESDAY 5TH JUNE 2018

5:20PM

WAIOREA KAREAREA VS MASSEY COURT 6
WAIOREA KOTARE SNRB VS RUTHERFORD COURT 8

6:10PM

WSC PREMS VS RUTHERFORD COURT 2
WSC SNRA/GOLD VS HOANI COURT 4
WAIOREA/WSC SOCIAL VS RUTHERFORD COURT 10

VANS WILL START LEAVING AT 3:30PM: NAMES TO KAU BY INTERVAL TUESDAY

Year 12 Careers

“Tuesday Period 112EST/12HEA Careers 2,
Wed Period 2 12 Classics Careers 1.LE 1 12 HIS DR,
Thursday period 4 12Sci.HB and 12 TVC.DE session 2 Careers”

Arts Leaders -Meeting Thursday Lunch

Meeting for Arts Committee at lunch in Y5 today please

BALL TICKETS ON SALE NOW!

Get in quick. Don’t miss out. Limited tickets available. Now $135 dollars.

Interval and Lunchtime at the front office with completed form.

At The Cordis on the 23rd June starts at 7.

Year 10 students: Innovation Challenge

“Mashing Technology, Science & Business! If you are a Year 10 student interested in a free lunch, $200 of potential prize money & problem solving, email Sharra asap. martinsh@wsc.school.nz
The Growing NZ Innovation Challenge is on June 27th. You will build a prototype solution to a real-life situation being faced by one of New Zealand’s largest industries.”

Year 12 Career Programme in library

Tuesday 29 May Period 1 12EST and 12HEA Careers 2, Wednesday May 30 Period 2 Careers 1 12 Classics and 12HIS Careers 1, Thursday May 31 Period 4 12 Drama Careers

MEDITATION AND MINDFULNESS

Meditation in TAPAC 3 today at lunchtime. Great Pre Exam Stress Relief

SENIOR NETBALL DRAW TUESDAY 5TH JUNE 2018

5:20PM

WAIOREA KAREAREA VS MASSEY COURT 6
WAIOREA KOTARE SNRB VS RUTHERFORD COURT 8

6:10PM

WSC PREMS VS RUTHERFORD COURT 2
WSC SNRA/GOLD VS HOANI COURT 4
WAIOREA/WSC SOCIAL VS RUTHERFORD COURT 10

VANS WILL START LEAVING AT 3:30PM: NAMES TO KAU BY INTERVAL TUESDAY

Year 12 Careers

“Tuesday Period 112EST/12HEA Careers 2,
Wed Period 2 12 Classics Careers 1.LE 1 12 HIS DR,
Thursday period 4 12Sci.HB and 12 TVC.DE session 2 Careers”

Year 10 students: Innovation Challenge

“Mashing Technology, Science & Business! If you are a Year 10 student interested in a free lunch, $200 of potential prize money & problem solving, email Sharra asap. martinsh@wsc.school.nz
The Growing NZ Innovation Challenge is on June 27th. You will build a prototype solution to a real-life situation being faced by one of New Zealand’s largest industries.”

Vegan and Vegetarian Club

Love for the plant-based life? Meet with other like minded folk, Mondays at lunch in Y14, OR see Ms Poindexter in Y14 for more info.

Year 12 Career Programme in library

Tuesday 29 May Period 1 12EST and 12HEA Careers 2, Wednesday May 30 Period 2 Careers 1 12 Classics and 12HIS Careers 1, Thursday May 31 Period 4 12 Drama Careers

THE ADDAMS FAMILY – SHOWING THIS WEEK AT TAPAC!

The hit musical production of ‘The Addams Family’ opens at TAPAC Theatre THIS WEEK! DON’T MISS SEEING YOUR PEERS ON-STAGE! Go to TAPAC for tickets! or visit TAPAC.ORG.NZ

23rd – 30th May 2018 – 7PM and 27th May – 4PM.

What happens when Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, grows up and falls in love with a sweet young man from a respectable family?

Expect laughs and surprises aplenty as we revisit our favourite ghoulish family with a love of everything macabre. Join Gomez, his beloved wife Morticia, Uncle Fester, Lurch, Pugsley and the delightfully dark Wednesday as she invites her boyfriend’s family to dinner for an hilarious night where secrets are revealed, relationships are tested and the Addams family are forced to face up to the thing they’ve avoided for generations – change!

Meditation and Minfulness

This Thursday lunchtime we will have a relaxing time of meditation and stillness. This is good exam preparation. The classroom is yet to be decided so watch this space.

No podcast today!

No Podcast today! See you all next time!

Year 10 students: Innovation Challenge

“Mashing Technology, Science & Business! If you are a Year 10 student interested in a free lunch, $200 of potential prize money & problem solving, email Sharra asap. martinsh@wsc.school.nz
The Growing NZ Innovation Challenge is on June 27th. You will build a prototype solution to a real-life situation being faced by one of New Zealand’s largest industries.”

Year 12 Careers

“Tuesday Period 112EST/12HEA Careers 2,
Wed Period 2 12 Classics Careers 1.LE 1 12 HIS DR,
Thursday period 4 12Sci.HB and 12 TVC.DE session 2 Careers”

Minion

Thank you guys so much for turning out for the bake sale as we raised  $200 for refugee kids living in South Sudan. Now it is time for year 13 students and teachers to come help us with the minion auction. The minion auction is where you can bid on fellow WSC students on Tuesday the 29th of May at lunchtime in the hall to do whatever you want for period 4 and lunchtime on Thursday the 31st of May. Whether that is helping you with your homework, carrying your bags around for you or to be another person to talk to. If you want to become a minion, you have to be year 13 or a teacher and you can sign up at the link below or come talk/email Tobey Keddy, Khushee Jain or Helena Copsey.

Year 12 Career Programme in library

Tuesday 29 May Period 1 12EST and 12HEA Careers 2, Wednesday May 30 Period 2 Careers 1 12 Classics and 12HIS Careers 1, Thursday May 31 Period 4 12 Drama Careers

THE ADDAMS FAMILY – SHOWING THIS WEEK AT TAPAC!

The hit musical production of ‘The Addams Family’ opens at TAPAC Theatre THIS WEEK! DON’T MISS SEEING YOUR PEERS ON-STAGE! Go to TAPAC for tickets! or visit TAPAC.ORG.NZ

23rd – 30th May 2018 – 7PM and 27th May – 4PM.

What happens when Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, grows up and falls in love with a sweet young man from a respectable family?

Expect laughs and surprises aplenty as we revisit our favourite ghoulish family with a love of everything macabre. Join Gomez, his beloved wife Morticia, Uncle Fester, Lurch, Pugsley and the delightfully dark Wednesday as she invites her boyfriend’s family to dinner for an hilarious night where secrets are revealed, relationships are tested and the Addams family are forced to face up to the thing they’ve avoided for generations – change!

Meditation and Minfulness

This Thursday lunchtime we will have a relaxing time of meditation and stillness. This is good exam preparation. The classroom is yet to be decided so watch this space.

Vegan and Vegetarian Club

Love for the plant-based life? Meet with other like minded folk, Mondays at lunch in Y14, OR see Ms Poindexter in Y14 for more info.

Chess Club for everyone!

Whether you’re experienced or beginner, come along and play some chess at lunchtime in Waiora.

Year 12 Careers

“Tuesday Period 112EST/12HEA Careers 2,
Wed Period 2 12 Classics Careers 1.LE 1 12 HIS DR,
Thursday period 4 12Sci.HB and 12 TVC.DE session 2 Careers”

Minion

Thank you guys so much for turning out for the bake sale as we raised  $200 for refugee kids living in South Sudan. Now it is time for year 13 students and teachers to come help us with the minion auction. The minion auction is where you can bid on fellow WSC students on Tuesday the 29th of May at lunchtime in the hall to do whatever you want for period 4 and lunchtime on Thursday the 31st of May. Whether that is helping you with your homework, carrying your bags around for you or to be another person to talk to. If you want to become a minion, you have to be year 13 or a teacher and you can sign up at the link below or come talk/email Tobey Keddy, Khushee Jain or Helena Copsey.

Year 12 Career Programme in library

Tuesday 29 May Period 1 12EST and 12HEA Careers 2, Wednesday May 30 Period 2 Careers 1 12 Classics and 12HIS Careers 1, Thursday May 31 Period 4 12 Drama Careers

Ball Ticket Information

If you are paying online you must also complete and return the ball contract to guarantee ticket and price.

The price of $120 for the first 200 tickets  applies to those people who get their payment AND completed contract into the office next week
If you are bringing an outside partner you must provide a copy of their photo ID and they must be approved – by Pa Chris for Waiorea students, or Ms Stimson for Springs students PRIOR to payment. If your outside partner is paying for a ball ticket online please ensure they use your name & OP as a reference.

 

WSC NPoW Admin

THE ADDAMS FAMILY – SHOWING THIS WEEK AT TAPAC!

The hit musical production of ‘The Addams Family’ opens at TAPAC Theatre THIS WEEK! DON’T MISS SEEING YOUR PEERS ON-STAGE! Go to TAPAC for tickets! or visit TAPAC.ORG.NZ

23rd – 30th May 2018 – 7PM and 27th May – 4PM.

What happens when Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, grows up and falls in love with a sweet young man from a respectable family?

Expect laughs and surprises aplenty as we revisit our favourite ghoulish family with a love of everything macabre. Join Gomez, his beloved wife Morticia, Uncle Fester, Lurch, Pugsley and the delightfully dark Wednesday as she invites her boyfriend’s family to dinner for an hilarious night where secrets are revealed, relationships are tested and the Addams family are forced to face up to the thing they’ve avoided for generations – change!

DRIVERS LICENCE THEORY CLASS

“Close to 16 and you don’t have your driving theory done, come to S3 to learn with Youthline.
Brought to you by the healthwise team.”

Meditation and Minfulness

This Thursday lunchtime we will have a relaxing time of meditation and stillness. This is good exam preparation. The classroom is yet to be decided so watch this space.

Student Leaders Dance

Reminder to ALL students leader that there is a MANDATORY dance lesson at TAPAC after period 4 today. There will be a roll….

Minion

Thank you guys so much for turning out for the bake sale as we raised  $200 for refugee kids living in South Sudan. Now it is time for year 13 students and teachers to come help us with the minion auction. The minion auction is where you can bid on fellow WSC students on Tuesday the 29th of May at lunchtime in the hall to do whatever you want for period 4 and lunchtime on Thursday the 31st of May. Whether that is helping you with your homework, carrying your bags around for you or to be another person to talk to. If you want to become a minion, you have to be year 13 or a teacher and you can sign up at the link below or come talk/email Tobey Keddy, Khushee Jain or Helena Copsey.

Grateful Day

On Friday meet the Healthwise Team at the Green. We will be making a collage about all the things we are grateful for.

Ball Ticket Information

If you are paying online you must also complete and return the ball contract to guarantee ticket and price.

The price of $120 for the first 200 tickets  applies to those people who get their payment AND completed contract into the office next week
If you are bringing an outside partner you must provide a copy of their photo ID and they must be approved – by Pa Chris for Waiorea students, or Ms Stimson for Springs students PRIOR to payment. If your outside partner is paying for a ball ticket online please ensure they use your name & OP as a reference.

 

WSC NPoW Admin

THE ADDAMS FAMILY – SHOWING THIS WEEK AT TAPAC!

The hit musical production of ‘The Addams Family’ opens at TAPAC Theatre THIS WEEK! DON’T MISS SEEING YOUR PEERS ON-STAGE! Go to TAPAC for tickets! or visit TAPAC.ORG.NZ

23rd – 30th May 2018 – 7PM and 27th May – 4PM.

What happens when Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, grows up and falls in love with a sweet young man from a respectable family?

Expect laughs and surprises aplenty as we revisit our favourite ghoulish family with a love of everything macabre. Join Gomez, his beloved wife Morticia, Uncle Fester, Lurch, Pugsley and the delightfully dark Wednesday as she invites her boyfriend’s family to dinner for an hilarious night where secrets are revealed, relationships are tested and the Addams family are forced to face up to the thing they’ve avoided for generations – change!

It’s Here! The moment you’ve all been waiting for…

The Western Springs College Ngā Puna o Waiōrea Ball is being held Saturday 23rd June 2018 7:00-11:30pm at The Cordis, Great Room.

Tickets are on sale next week.
$120 – Monday – Friday Week 5. (first 200 tickets)
$135 – After that until 15th June

You can pick up the form from the office NOW.

POFIAFIA MEETING FOR ALL LEADERS AND YR13 PASIFIKA STUDENTS

CATCH UP MEETING FOR ALL POFIAFIA LEADERS/TUTORS AND TEACHERS IN WAIORA LUNCHTIME TODAY (FRIDAY)-PLEASE DO NOT BE LATE

Waste Wise Clothes Swap!!!!

We have already got one large bin of clothing donations so thank you so much for all of your help!!!  We have received a generous donation from recycle boutique of denim jeans which is super amazing.

Keep bringing in your clothing donations and drop them off into the yellow bin inside Ms Lenehan’s office.

Grateful Day

On Friday meet the Healthwise Team at the Green. We will be making a collage about all the things we are grateful for.

SENIOR ART TRIP reminder notice

Urgent reminder – students need to bring/email permission slips for Fridays trip to the Auckland Art Fair. You need to meet at the front of school straight after period 1 (do not go to form class) as the bus will leave at 10.15. Any queries – see Lily in Y7.

THE ADDAMS FAMILY – SHOWING THIS WEEK AT TAPAC!

The hit musical production of ‘The Addams Family’ opens at TAPAC Theatre THIS WEEK! DON’T MISS SEEING YOUR PEERS ON-STAGE! Go to TAPAC for tickets! or visit TAPAC.ORG.NZ

23rd – 30th May 2018 – 7PM and 27th May – 4PM.

What happens when Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, grows up and falls in love with a sweet young man from a respectable family?

Expect laughs and surprises aplenty as we revisit our favourite ghoulish family with a love of everything macabre. Join Gomez, his beloved wife Morticia, Uncle Fester, Lurch, Pugsley and the delightfully dark Wednesday as she invites her boyfriend’s family to dinner for an hilarious night where secrets are revealed, relationships are tested and the Addams family are forced to face up to the thing they’ve avoided for generations – change!

It’s Here! The moment you’ve all been waiting for…

The Western Springs College Ngā Puna o Waiōrea Ball is being held Saturday 23rd June 2018 7:00-11:30pm at The Cordis, Great Room.

Tickets are on sale next week.
$120 – Monday – Friday Week 5. (first 200 tickets)
$135 – After that until 15th June

You can pick up the form from the office NOW.

Subversive Poetry meets TODAY in Y8 – let there be cake

YOUTH WEEK

“Ahakoa te aha, kei a koe te tikanga: Be who you want to be.”

Year 12 Careers Class this week in LIBRARY

Tuesday period 1 12Sci.HB and12TVC.DE,
Wednesday Peroid 2 12ELF.HN and 12ELF.OR,
Thursday period 4 12Pai.LA and 12PHO.VE

Year 12 Careers Programme Week 4 in library

Tuesday period 1 12Sci and 12TVC, Wednesday Period 2 ELF and ELI, Thursday period 4 12 Pai and 12 Pho

SENIOR ART TRIP reminder notice

Urgent reminder – students need to bring/email permission slips for Fridays trip to the Auckland Art Fair. You need to meet at the front of school straight after period 1 (do not go to form class) as the bus will leave at 10.15. Any queries – see Lily in Y7.

Hawaiian Group

If you’re interested in joining the Hawaiian group, please come to the Marae today at lunch time and give your name to either Huiarangi or Whaea Anahera.

Grateful Day

On Friday meet the Healthwise Team at the Green. We will be making a collage about all the things we are grateful for.

THE ADDAMS FAMILY – SHOWING THIS WEEK AT TAPAC!

The hit musical production of ‘The Addams Family’ opens at TAPAC Theatre THIS WEEK! DON’T MISS SEEING YOUR PEERS ON-STAGE! Go to TAPAC for tickets! or visit TAPAC.ORG.NZ

23rd – 30th May 2018 – 7PM and 27th May – 4PM.

What happens when Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, grows up and falls in love with a sweet young man from a respectable family?

Expect laughs and surprises aplenty as we revisit our favourite ghoulish family with a love of everything macabre. Join Gomez, his beloved wife Morticia, Uncle Fester, Lurch, Pugsley and the delightfully dark Wednesday as she invites her boyfriend’s family to dinner for an hilarious night where secrets are revealed, relationships are tested and the Addams family are forced to face up to the thing they’ve avoided for generations – change!

It’s Here! The moment you’ve all been waiting for…

The Western Springs College Ngā Puna o Waiōrea Ball is being held Saturday 23rd June 2018 7:00-11:30pm at The Cordis, Great Room.

Tickets are on sale next week.
$120 – Monday – Friday Week 5. (first 200 tickets)
$135 – After that until 15th June

You can pick up the form from the office NOW.

YOUTH WEEK

“Ahakoa te aha, kei a koe te tikanga: Be who you want to be.”

Year 12 Careers Class this week in LIBRARY

Tuesday period 1 12Sci.HB and12TVC.DE,
Wednesday Peroid 2 12ELF.HN and 12ELF.OR,
Thursday period 4 12Pai.LA and 12PHO.VE

Year 12 Careers Programme Week 4 in library

Tuesday period 1 12Sci and 12TVC, Wednesday Period 2 ELF and ELI, Thursday period 4 12 Pai and 12 Pho

THE ADDAMS FAMILY – SHOWING THIS WEEK AT TAPAC!

The hit musical production of ‘The Addams Family’ opens at TAPAC Theatre THIS WEEK! DON’T MISS SEEING YOUR PEERS ON-STAGE! Go to TAPAC for tickets! or visit TAPAC.ORG.NZ

23rd – 30th May 2018 – 7PM and 27th May – 4PM.

What happens when Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, grows up and falls in love with a sweet young man from a respectable family?

Expect laughs and surprises aplenty as we revisit our favourite ghoulish family with a love of everything macabre. Join Gomez, his beloved wife Morticia, Uncle Fester, Lurch, Pugsley and the delightfully dark Wednesday as she invites her boyfriend’s family to dinner for an hilarious night where secrets are revealed, relationships are tested and the Addams family are forced to face up to the thing they’ve avoided for generations – change!

Student Leaders

Yr 13 Student Leaders – meeting next Tuesday lunchtime. S3- spread the word and see you there!

Kindness is contagious…… pass it on

Appreciation day on Friday 25th May

Play the kahoot, win prizes!

Hey form classes! Are you all very bored?

Are you all sitting on your devices?

Might as well put them to good use!

Please play this fabulous, funky, and fly, Kool Kahoot https://goo.gl/aKh3gv about SINGLE USE PLASTIC (full of memes, QUEENS, and supremes)- it’s super inFORMative and fun.

At the end you can discover how to get some FREE goodies. Form Lords (teachers) please record the highest scorer and email it to (DO NOT READ ALOUD) dami@wsc.school.nz

There will be a prize for the top score in the school! Good luck snacks! Xx

It’s Here! The moment you’ve all been waiting for…

The Western Springs College Ngā Puna o Waiōrea Ball is being held Saturday 23rd June 2018 7:00-11:30pm at The Cordis, Great Room.

Tickets are on sale next week.
$120 – Monday – Friday Week 5. (first 200 tickets)
$135 – After that until 15th June

You can pick up the form from the office NOW.

YOUTH WEEK

“Ahakoa te aha, kei a koe te tikanga: Be who you want to be.”

Year 12 Careers Class this week in LIBRARY

Tuesday period 1 12Sci.HB and12TVC.DE,
Wednesday Peroid 2 12ELF.HN and 12ELF.OR,
Thursday period 4 12Pai.LA and 12PHO.VE

Year 12 Careers Programme Week 4 in library

Tuesday period 1 12Sci and 12TVC, Wednesday Period 2 ELF and ELI, Thursday period 4 12 Pai and 12 Pho

THE ADDAMS FAMILY – SHOWING THIS WEEK AT TAPAC!

The hit musical production of ‘The Addams Family’ opens at TAPAC Theatre THIS WEEK! DON’T MISS SEEING YOUR PEERS ON-STAGE! Go to TAPAC for tickets! or visit TAPAC.ORG.NZ

23rd – 30th May 2018 – 7PM and 27th May – 4PM.

What happens when Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, grows up and falls in love with a sweet young man from a respectable family?

Expect laughs and surprises aplenty as we revisit our favourite ghoulish family with a love of everything macabre. Join Gomez, his beloved wife Morticia, Uncle Fester, Lurch, Pugsley and the delightfully dark Wednesday as she invites her boyfriend’s family to dinner for an hilarious night where secrets are revealed, relationships are tested and the Addams family are forced to face up to the thing they’ve avoided for generations – change!

DRIVER LICENCE THEORY CLASSES

Want some lessons in how to do your theory test for your drivers licence? come to S4 at lunchtime Today.
Brought to you by the Healthwise Team.”

 

Kindness is contagious…… pass it on

Appreciation day on Friday 25th May

Student Leaders

Yr 13 Student Leaders – meeting next Tuesday lunchtime. S3- spread the word and see you there!

It’s Here! The moment you’ve all been waiting for…

The Western Springs College Ngā Puna o Waiōrea Ball is being held Saturday 23rd June 2018 7:00-11:30pm at The Cordis, Great Room.

Tickets are on sale next week.
$120 – Monday – Friday Week 5. (first 200 tickets)
$135 – After that until 15th June

You can pick up the form from the office NOW.

Year 12 Careers Class this week in LIBRARY

Tuesday period 1 12Sci.HB and12TVC.DE,
Wednesday Peroid 2 12ELF.HN and 12ELF.OR,
Thursday period 4 12Pai.LA and 12PHO.VE

Year 12 Careers Programme Week 4 in library

Tuesday period 1 12Sci and 12TVC, Wednesday Period 2 ELF and ELI, Thursday period 4 12 Pai and 12 Pho

Year 12 Careers Programme Week 4 in library

Tuesday period 1 12Sci and 12TVC, Wednesday Period 2 ELF and ELI, Thursday period 4 12 Pai and 12 Pho

Clothes swap

The waste wise team are holding a clothes swap in week 8 and we need your help!!! Please bring in any old and unwanted clothes you have at home and drop them off to the yellow bin outside Ms Lenehan’s office (the whenua dean). So far we have a pile of clothes that have been donated from multiple op shops and people around Auckland, but the more clothes the better. The main purpose of this clothes swap is to reuse, reduce and recycle and leave a cleaner and greener footprint on the environment so get looking for your old clothes and get excited to get a hold of some new ones.

Student Leaders

Yr 13 Student Leaders – meeting next Tuesday lunchtime. S3- spread the word and see you there!

PINK SHIRT DAY TODAY

Dr Seuss said “Be yourself, because the people who mind don’t matter and the people that matter don’t mind.”
Talk to one another about why you are wearing PINK and lets make our school a much kinder, safer place where we can all be ourselves.

PINK SHIRT DAY TODAY

STRONG PEOPLE STAND UP FOR THEMSELVES BUT THE STRONGEST PEOPLE STAND UP FOR OTHERS.
Kia Kaha, Be Strong.

Clothes swap

The waste wise team are holding a clothes swap in week 8 and we need your help!!! Please bring in any old and unwanted clothes you have at home and drop them off to the yellow bin outside Ms Lenehan’s office (the whenua dean). So far we have a pile of clothes that have been donated from multiple op shops and people around Auckland, but the more clothes the better. The main purpose of this clothes swap is to reuse, reduce and recycle and leave a cleaner and greener footprint on the environment so get looking for your old clothes and get excited to get a hold of some new ones.

Student Leaders

Yr 13 Student Leaders – meeting next Tuesday lunchtime. S3- spread the word and see you there!

Focus on KINDNESS

Kindness is a language that the deaf can hear and the blind can read.
It is hard to give away kindness because it keeps coming back to you.

PINK SHIRT DAY TOMORROW

NZ has the second highest rate of school bullying out of 51 countries (OECD 2015). Wear Pink tomorrow.

Epro8 meeting

Meeting for year 9s and 10s interested in the Epro8 Engineering Challenge. Thursday, interval, in D4. Cheers, Logan

Student ID

If you have received a note to advise your student ID card is at the office, please remember to come and collect.

Subversive Poetry meets TODAY in Y8 – let there be cake

Interval meeting Thursday 11.30 today in Careers office by library

Could the following people please see me at Interval regarding a field trip: Linda Bates, Nick Eade, Alex Campbell, Gabriella Gray, Helena Crawford, Ella Sommerville, Thomas Parekowhai Kay Wallace Careers Office

Student ID

If you have received a note to advise your student ID card is at the office, please remember to come and collect.

Year 13 Assembly

Year 13 Assembly at the beginning of Period 2: study line. Important information re: Scholarships and other items. Please be prompt.

Year 12 Careers, lesson 1, Programme this week

Year 12 Careers classes in the library this week are Tuesday Period 1 Enviro, Wednesday Period 2 with 12 Chem

Defence Force Visit Wednesday 16May 1.40-2.15 Waiora

Navy Army Airforce Careers seminar. Welcome

Focus on KINDNESS

We never look good trying to make someone else look bad.
Make sure our words are seeds and not bullets

PINK SHIRT DAY THIS FRIDAY

Pink shirt day started in Canada when a student was assaulted for wearing a pink shirt. Students watched this and decided to make a stand by organising for most of the classes to come to school, all wearing Pink. It has now become an international day to stand against bullying and by wearing Pink we are saying we we accept difference. There are a lot of varieties of Pink and lots of ways to wear it, so get your best Pink Groove on and stock up from Look Sharp and lets Pink out our school this Friday.

Epro8 meeting

Meeting for year 9s and 10s interested in the Epro8 Engineering Challenge. Thursday, interval, in D4. Cheers, Logan

Clothes swap

The waste wise team are holding a clothes swap in week 8 and we need your help!!! Please bring in any old and unwanted clothes you have at home and drop them off to the yellow bin outside Ms Lenehan’s office (the whenua dean). So far we have a pile of clothes that have been donated from multiple op shops and people around Auckland, but the more clothes the better. The main purpose of this clothes swap is to reuse, reduce and recycle and leave a cleaner and greener footprint on the environment so get looking for your old clothes and get excited to get a hold of some new ones.

Senior NETBALL DRAW TUES 15TH MAY 2018

5:20pm

Court 4 WAIOREA KOTARE SnrB vs Rutherford
Court 6 WSC WAIOREA KIWI SOCIAL vs Avondale

6:10pm

Court 6 Waiorea Karearea Prem vs Massey High School Senior
Court 2 Prems vs Green Bay

7:00pm

Court 9 WSC GOLD Snr A VS St Doms Senior Yellow

Van to start leaving at 3:30pm please put your name to Kau in Waiora by end of interval and return end of last game

Year 12 Careers, lesson 1, Programme this week

Year 12 Careers classes in the library this week are Tuesday Period 1 Enviro, Wednesday Period 2 with 12 Chem

Defence Force Visit Wednesday 16May 1.40-2.15 Waiora

Navy Army Airforce Careers seminar. Welcome

Focus for the week on KINDNESS

1 smile, 1 kind word, 1 helping hand can change someones day and entire life.

PINK SHIRT DAY THIS FRIDAY

Pink shirt day started in Canada when a student was assaulted for wearing a pink shirt. Students watched this and decided to make a stand by organising for most of the classes to come to school, all wearing Pink. It has now become an international day to stand against bullying and by wearing Pink we are saying we we accept difference. There are a lot of varieties of Pink and lots of ways to wear it, so get your best Pink Groove on and stock up from Look Sharp and lets Pink out our school this Friday.

Epro8 meeting

Meeting for year 9s and 10s interested in the Epro8 Engineering Challenge. Thursday, interval, in D4. Cheers, Logan

Defence Force Visit Wednesday 16May 1.40-2.15 Waiora

Navy Army Airforce Careers seminar. Welcome

This week the focus is on KINDNESS

Kindness is a willingness to help, show concern for and be friendly to others. Be random with an act of kindness today.

CHESS CLUB

CHESS CLUB ON TODAY (MONDAY) AT LUNCH TIME IN WAIORA

Car Lights Left On

White Mazda familia clf413 – car lights left on.

Senior NETBALL DRAW TUES 15TH MAY 2018

5:20pm

Court 4 WAIOREA KOTARE SnrB vs Rutherford
Court 6 WSC WAIOREA KIWI SOCIAL vs Avondale

6:10pm

Court 6 Waiorea Karearea Prem vs Massey High School Senior
Court 2 Prems vs Green Bay

7:00pm

Court 9 WSC GOLD Snr A VS St Doms Senior Yellow

Van to start leaving at 3:30pm please put your name to Kau in Waiora by end of interval and return end of last game

40 Hour Famine

The 40-hour famine is now less than a month away on the 8-10th of June, so come help Western Springs College raise money for the children refugees of South Sudan. Any amount of money will help these children so please sign up by emailing your name and form class to the math’s teacher Miss Johnson, johnsonk@wsc.school.nz, to get a booklet in order to get sponsorships. Over the next couple weeks, we have events planned and assembly visits so hope to see you guys get involved!

Year 12 Careers, lesson 1, Programme this week

Year 12 Careers classes in the library this week are Tuesday Period 1 Enviro, Wednesday Period 2 with 12 Chem

PINK SHIRT DAY THIS FRIDAY

Homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying are terms that refer to bullying based on a person’s sexual orientation or gender identity. Young people who identify as LGBTQIA++ or are perceived to be part of the rainbow community, experience higher rates of bullying than students who do not.
Lets stand together and wear pink to show that we will not accept this at our school.

Meola Creek Planting

The Meola Creek Planting/Weeding bee has been postponed to next Saturday, 19th May, due to bad weather. There will be more information on our facebook page: Meola Creek Restoration Project.

See you next Saturday!

40 Hour Famine

The 40-hour famine is now less than a month away on the 8-10th of June, so come help Western Springs College raise money for the children refugees of South Sudan. Any amount of money will help these children so please sign up by emailing your name and form class to the math’s teacher Miss Johnson, johnsonk@wsc.school.nz, to get a booklet in order to get sponsorships. Over the next couple weeks, we have events planned and assembly visits so hope to see you guys get involved!

POFIAFIA MEETING WITH LEADERS AND YR13 PASIFIKA STUDENTS

There is a meeting for all PoFiaFia leaders, Pasifika YR13 students and TIC’s
Planning meeting for PoFiaFia – please attend in Waiora on Friday at lunch time

Subversive Sugar – Poetry in y8

Subversive Sugar – Poetry in y8

PINK SHIRT DAY IS COMING May 18th

Pink shirt day is all about standing against bullying by wearing Pink. In a study done in 2015, 4 out of 9 Year 9 students reported experiencing bullying weekly to monthly. While most secondary students (87%) feel safe at school most of the time, nearly 1 in 10 students have been afraid that someone would bother or hurt them. 6% reported being bullied more often than weekly.
This has got to stop.

Subversive Sugar – Poetry in y8

Subversive Sugar – Poetry in y8

PINK SHIRT DAY IS COMING May 18th

“Pink shirt day is all about standing against bullying by wearing Pink. In a study done in 2015, 4 out of 9 Year 9 students reported experiencing bullying weekly to monthly. While most secondary students (87%) feel safe at school most of the time, nearly 1 in 10 students have been afraid that someone would bother or hurt them. 6% reported being bullied more often than weekly.
This has got to stop. “

POFIAFIA MEETING WITH LEADERS AND YR13 PASIFIKA STUDENTS

There is a meeting for all PoFiaFia leaders, Pasifika YR13 students and TIC’s
Planning meeting for PoFiaFia – please attend in Waiora on Friday at lunch time

Year 12 Careers programme is on Tues, Wed and Thurs week 2

You will be developing your career development competencies so that you can make a career plan A B and C. First session is on Tuesday 8th May in library for only Ms Green’s 12 Health and Ms Fitzimmons 12 English class period 1. Tuesday 9 May Period 2 12 painting and 12 Pho come to library, Thursday Period 4 both 12 ESL classes in library.

40 Hour Famine

The 40-hour famine is now less than a month away on the 8-10th of June, so come help Western Springs College raise money for the children refugees of South Sudan. Any amount of money will help these children so please sign up by emailing your name and form class to the math’s teacher Miss Johnson, johnsonk@wsc.school.nz, to get a booklet in order to get sponsorships. Over the next couple weeks, we have events planned and assembly visits so hope to see you guys get involved!

Book Club

A message from the library – Book Club this Thursday at lunchtime in the library. All welcome, refreshments provided.

Mid Summer Nights Dream

Year 12 Drama Production ‘A Mid Summer Night’s Dream’ Tapac Theatre, Wednesday and Thursday at 3.30 pm and 7 pm. No bookings and koha.

Subversive Poetry meets TODAY in Y8 – let there be cake

Christian Group

The Christian Group meets every Thursday lunchtime in D9. Come along for free snacks, great conversation and games. All welcome.

40 Hour Famine

The 40-hour famine is now less than a month away on the 8-10th of June, so come help Western Springs College raise money for the children refugees of South Sudan. Any amount of money will help these children so please sign up by emailing your name and form class to the math’s teacher Miss Johnson, johnsonk@wsc.school.nz, to get a booklet in order to get sponsorships. Over the next couple weeks, we have events planned and assembly visits so hope to see you guys get involved!

Readers Make Better Lovers!

Now that I’ve got your attention…. Don’t forget to sign up for a day @ The Readers and Writers Festival next Thursday 17th May. Four fabulous authors & an auditorium of rapacious readers … All this for only $25.00 – grab a permission slip from your English teacher – Be there,…. or be @ school!

Unitec visit for Year 12 and 13 students Waiora meeting rm 1.40pm Wed May 9th

Blair Sorenson will be here to chat to you about courses at Unitec. Did you know you can start a diploma course with NCEA level 2? There are many courses at Unitec for students who prefer hands on learning. see you in Waiora Wed lunchtime

Buddhism Trip

Year 10 Philosophy students – Buddhism trip – please meet at the bus shelter in the car park TODAY at 1.40, the start of lunchtime. Please be prompt. We will be leaving straight away. If you have still not paid, please pay your $6 to the office.

Year 12 Careers programme is on Tues, Wed and Thurs week 2

You will be developing your career development competencies so that you can make a career plan A B and C. First session is on Tuesday 8th May in library for only Ms Green’s 12 Health and Ms Fitzimmons 12 English class period 1. Tuesday 9 May Period 2 12 painting and 12 Pho come to library, Thursday Period 4 both 12 ESL classes in library.

Book Club

A message from the library – Book Club this Thursday at lunchtime in the library. All welcome, refreshments provided.

Mid Summer Nights Dream

Year 12 Drama Production ‘A Mid Summer Night’s Dream’ Tapac Theatre, Wednesday and Thursday at 3.30 pm and 7 pm. No bookings and koha.

Christian Group

The Christian Group meets every Thursday lunchtime in D9. Come along for free snacks, great conversation and games. All welcome.

Unitec visit for Year 12 and 13 students Waiora meeting rm 1.40pm Wed May 9th

Blair Sorenson will be here to chat to you about courses at Unitec. Did you know you can start a diploma course with NCEA level 2? There are many courses at Unitec for students who prefer hands on learning. see you in Waiora Wed lunchtime

Year 12 Careers programme is on Tues, Wed and Thurs week 2

You will be developing your career development competencies so that you can make a career plan A B and C. First session is on Tuesday 8th May in library for only Ms Green’s 12 Health and Ms Fitzimmons 12 English class period 1. Tuesday 9 May Period 2 12 painting and 12 Pho come to library, Thursday Period 4 both 12 ESL classes in library.

Book Club

A message from the library – Book Club this Thursday at lunchtime in the library. All welcome, refreshments provided.

DRIVERS LICIENCE THEORY CLASSES

Monday Lunchtimes in S4. Brought to you by the Healthwise Team, wanting to make our school community a safer place.

Drivers Liceince Theory Classes Postponed

Postponed until next week Monday 14th lunchtime in S4

Year 12/13s Unitec presentation Wed 9 May 1.40 in Waiora

Do you like hands on Learning? Then look at Unitec! Blair Sorenson will be presenting about courses at Unitec. Certificate courses require level 1NCEA, diploma course require level 2 NCEA and degree courses require University entrance. www.Unitec.ac.nz

Year 12 Careers programme is on Tues, Wed and Thurs week 2

You will be developing your career development competencies so that you can make a career plan A B and C. First session is on Tuesday 8th May in library for only Ms Green’s 12 Health and Ms Fitzimmons 12 English class period 1. Tuesday 9 May Period 2 12 painting and 12 Pho come to library, Thursday Period 4 both 12 ESL classes in library.

PINK SHIRT DAY IS COMING

Get your Pink gears ready for an exciting Pink extravaganza at school on May 18. Wear pink to show that you are standing against bullying and accepting of difference.

DRIVERS LICIENCE THEORY CLASSES

Monday Lunchtimes in S4. Brought to you by the Healthwise Team, wanting to make our school community a safer place.

Year 12 Careers programme is on Tues, Wed and Thurs week 2

You will be developing your career development competencies so that you can make a career plan A B and C. First session is on Tuesday 8th May in library for only Ms Green’s 12 Health and Ms Fitzimmons 12 English class period 1. Tuesday 9 May Period 2 12 painting and 12 Pho come to library, Thursday Period 4 both 12 ESL classes in library.

Spoken Word Auditions

We have 3 teams standing this year for Spoken Word Frontline competition -2 teams from Nga Puna o Waiorea and one from WSC.The auditions for the Central Schools is on Saturday from 10am to 1pm at the Auckland City Library. Please come and support our teams. See Whaea Alice in Waiata for more information.

Year 12/13s Unitec presentation Wed 9 May 1.40 in Waiora

Do you like hands on Learning? Then look at Unitec! Blair Sorenson will be presenting about courses at Unitec. Certificate courses require level 1NCEA, diploma course require level 2 NCEA and degree courses require University entrance. www.Unitec.ac.nz

PINK SHIRT DAY IS COMING

Get your Pink gears ready for an exciting Pink extravaganza at school on May 18. Wear pink to show that you are standing against bullying and accepting of difference.

DRIVERS LICIENCE THEORY CLASSES

Monday Lunchtimes in S4. Brought to you by the Healthwise Team, wanting to make our school community a safer place.

9AT – zoo trip

9AT, please meet at the bus shelter by the school hall at the start of lunch today for our zoo trip.

Spoken Word Auditions

We have 3 teams standing this year for Spoken Word Frontline competition -2 teams from Nga Puna o Waiorea and one from WSC.The auditions for the Central Schools is on Saturday from 10am to 1pm at the Auckland City Library. Please come and support our teams. See Whaea Alice in Waiata for more information.

Yr 12 Drama Production ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’

Come and see this amazing production from the Year 12 Drama students. Wednesday 2nd May & Thursday 3rd May 3.30 pm & 7 pm at TAPAC theatre.

No bookings required – entry koha at the door.

Year 12/13s Unitec presentation Wed 9 May 1.40 in Waiora

Do you like hands on Learning? Then look at Unitec! Blair Sorenson will be presenting about courses at Unitec. Certificate courses require level 1NCEA, diploma course require level 2 NCEA and degree courses require University entrance. www.Unitec.ac.nz

48hr Film Challenge School Team Meeting

Please make sure you come to the meeting in D12 today at interval. E-mail Deb if you can’t make it please thompsond@wsc.school.nz

9AT zoo trip tomorrow

9AT, we leave school at lunch tomorrow to visit the zoo. Remember to buy your lunch at interval or bring it from home.

Spoken Word Auditions

We have 3 teams standing this year for Spoken Word Frontline competition -2 teams from Nga Puna o Waiorea and one from WSC.The auditions for the Central Schools is on Saturday from 10am to 1pm at the Auckland City Library. Please come and support our teams. See Whaea Alice in Waiata for more information.

Yr 12 Drama Production ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’

Come and see this amazing production from the Year 12 Drama students. Wednesday 2nd May & Thursday 3rd May 3.30 pm & 7 pm at TAPAC theatre.

No bookings required – entry koha at the door.

Year 13 Victoria University visit Wed 2 May Waiora at 1.40pm

Courtney Black will be presenting about courses and your applications for halls of residence, scholarships at Victoria Uni/ Early notice because this is on the first week back in term 2.

Year 13s Victoria University Visiting Wed May 2 1.40 – 2.15pm in Waiora meeting rm

Year 13s – want to study in Wellington? Come along to hear about courses, accommodation, life and scholarships at Victoria University. Did you know 22 students from WSC went to Vic in 2017?! Courtney Black will be speaking.

Calling all Book worms & Bibliophiles…

Limited places are available to attend the Auckland Writers & Readers Festival

Thursday 17th May @ the Aotea Centre

Get a permission slip from your English teacher asap

Limited places available

BE THERE or be shunned by your well read & learned friends

Spoken Word Auditions

We have 3 teams standing this year for Spoken Word Frontline competition -2 teams from Nga Puna o Waiorea and one from WSC.The auditions for the Central Schools is on Saturday from 10am to 1pm at the Auckland City Library. Please come and support our teams. See Whaea Alice in Waiata for more information.

Cook Island Practice

Cook Island Practice Tuesday 1/5 TAPAC at lunchtime

Yr 12 Drama Production ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’

Come and see this amazing production from the Year 12 Drama students. Wednesday 2nd May & Thursday 3rd May 3.30 pm & 7 pm at TAPAC theatre.

No bookings required – entry koha at the door.

Year 13s Victoria University Visiting Wed May 2 1.40 – 2.15pm in Waiora meeting rm

Year 13s – want to study in Wellington? Come along to hear about courses, accommodation, life and scholarships at Victoria University. Did you know 22 students from WSC went to Vic in 2017?! Courtney Black will be speaking.

WSC – NPOW Podcast returns!!!

Welcome back! Head on over to Podcast YouTube channel for a interview with a special Springs legend!

Cook Island Practice

Cook Island Practice Tuesday 1/5 TAPAC at lunchtime

Year 13 Victoria University visit Wed 2 May Waiora at 1.40pm

Courtney Black will be presenting about courses and your applications for halls of residence, scholarships at Victoria Uni/ Early notice because this is on the first week back in term 2.

Year 13s Victoria University Visiting Wed May 2 1.40 – 2.15pm in Waiora meeting rm

Year 13s – want to study in Wellington? Come along to hear about courses, accommodation, life and scholarships at Victoria University. Did you know 22 students from WSC went to Vic in 2017?! Courtney Black will be speaking.

Year 13s Victoria University Visiting Wed May 2 1.40 – 2.15pm in Waiora meeting rm

Year 13s – want to study in Wellington? Come along to hear about courses, accommodation, life and scholarships at Victoria University. Did you know 22 students from WSC went to Vic in 2017?! Courtney Black will be speaking.

Year 13 Victoria University visit Wed 2 May Waiora at 1.40pm

Courtney Black will be presenting about courses and your applications for halls of residence, scholarships at Victoria Uni/ Early notice because this is on the first week back in term 2.

ICAS Science

This week is your last chance to enter the ICAS Science competition. Please email Kathryn Jenkin, jenkink@wsc.school.nz

Rock Band

“Do you want to join a Rock Band?
Year 9s and 10s if you are keen to be in a band but need some others to join up with,come and meet Margaret in the music room at interval on Friday.

Student ID

Student ID cards, please check at office if you have not received your student ID card.

ICAS Digital Technology

If you are keen to enter for the ICAS Digital Technology, please come and see Mr Jeung(jeungd@wsc.school.nz) in Technology Department.

Trash to Trade Competition

“There is a Trash to Trade competition open to schools and individuals. Enter with something you have made from a waste product. There are some great prizes! Enter by 20th April. Showcase is on the 29th April. Go to:
www.greylynn2030.co.nz for more details and to enter.
See also the posters in the office and S block.”

Rock Band

“Do you want to join a Rock Band?
Year 9s and 10s if you are keen to be in a band but need some others to join up with,come and meet Margaret in the music room at interval on Friday.

Christian Group

Come to D9 Thursday lunchtime for free baking and to learn more about Christianity and make new friends.

Shadow Tech day

What is ShadowTech?
ShadowTech provides girls in years 9 -11 with an opportunity to experience what working in the tech sector is like.

You will be placed in a IT company located in Auckland CBD for one day. The date for this event is 23/05. If you are interested in this event, please come and see Mr Jeung in Tech Department.

https://shadowtechday.nz/

ICAS Digital Technology

If you are keen to enter for the ICAS Digital Technology, please come and see Mr Jeung(jeungd@wsc.school.nz) in Technology Department.

Trash to Trade Competition

“There is a Trash to Trade competition open to schools and individuals. Enter with something you have made from a waste product. There are some great prizes! Enter by 20th April. Showcase is on the 29th April. Go to:
www.greylynn2030.co.nz for more details and to enter.
See also the posters in the office and S block.”

Shadow Tech day

What is ShadowTech?
ShadowTech provides girls in years 9 -11 with an opportunity to experience what working in the tech sector is like.

You will be placed in a IT company located in Auckland CBD for one day. The date for this event is 23/05. If you are interested in this event, please come and see Mr Jeung in Tech Department.

https://shadowtechday.nz/

Year 13 Victoria University visit Wed 2 May Waiora at 1.40pm

Courtney Black will be presenting about courses and your applications for halls of residence, scholarships at Victoria Uni/ Early notice because this is on the first week back in term 2.

Massey University Wed 11 April BOT Meeting room 1.40pm

Cambell Te Paa from Massey is presenting about Massey Uni campuses: Albany Auckland, Manawatu, and Wellington. Veterinary, Design, Aviation, Nursing and the full quota of degrees to study at Massey University.

Canterbury University Visit with Kate Pattinson Wed 11 April 1.40 Waiora

Canterbury has very generous accommodation scholarships for all Auckland students called GO CANTERBURY. Engineering, product design, forestry and many more courses to learn about at Canterbury Uni. Kate is a senior liaiosn office with Canterbury University. Go Canterbury scholarships are $5000 towards halls of residence http://www.canterbury.ac.nz/get-started/scholarships/types/gocanterbury/

ICAS Science

This week is your last chance to enter the ICAS Science competition. Please email Kathryn Jenkin, jenkink@wsc.school.nz

Subversive Poetry

Subversive Poetry attendees
are cordially invited to morning tea
@ interval today, Wednesday

Christian Group

Come to D9 Thursday lunchtime for free baking and to learn more about Christianity and make new friends.

Sausage Sizzle & Cake Stall

This Wednesday at lunch time, outside the library. Cakes and treats $1.00 & $2.00, sausages $2.00. This is to help the Senior Girls Waterpolo team get to the Nationals in Rotorua.

Year 9 Sports Academy

If you are interested in joining the year 9 Sports Academy please sign up in the Sports Centre. There will be a meeting for everyone who has signed up next Thursday.

International Languages Week

Kahoot Challenge for International Languages week, Wednesday 11 April, lunchtime in B5. Prizes to win!

48hrs Film Challenge

“The film challenge is on May 11th-13th. There’s two ways you can take part. Put together your own team and get the school two for one discount or join the school team. Information and how to register in D12 at interval this Wednesday 11th April. If you can’t make the meeting e-mail Deb thompsond@wsc.school.nz for more information.
The registration period is short this year – don’t miss out! “

ICAS Digital Technology

If you are keen to enter for the ICAS Digital Technology, please come and see Mr Jeung(jeungd@wsc.school.nz) in Technology Department.

Trash to Trade Competition

“There is a Trash to Trade competition open to schools and individuals. Enter with something you have made from a waste product. There are some great prizes! Enter by 20th April. Showcase is on the 29th April. Go to:
www.greylynn2030.co.nz for more details and to enter.
See also the posters in the office and S block.”

Year 12 Careers assembly Tuesday 10 April Hall at 11.25 am

Visitors speakers from Defence Forces and “Savy” – students who have left school, sharing their wisdom about surviving financially after leaving school. Introduction to Year 12 Careers programme starting in term 2 – Ms Wallace

WSC-NPOW Podcast!

No podcast today! Make sure you stay tuned for next term (exciting things in the works!) Have a great holiday break! 💚💛

Sausage Sizzle & Cake Stall

This Wednesday at lunch time, outside the library. Cakes and treats $1.00 & $2.00, sausages $2.00. This is to help the Senior Girls Waterpolo team get to the Nationals in Rotorua.

Year 9 Sports Academy

If you are interested in joining the year 9 Sports Academy please sign up in the Sports Centre. There will be a meeting for everyone who has signed up next Thursday.

International Languages Week

Kahoot Challenge for International Languages week, Wednesday 11 April, lunchtime in B5. Prizes to win!

48hrs Film Challenge

“The film challenge is on May 11th-13th. There’s two ways you can take part. Put together your own team and get the school two for one discount or join the school team. Information and how to register in D12 at interval this Wednesday 11th April. If you can’t make the meeting e-mail Deb thompsond@wsc.school.nz for more information.
The registration period is short this year – don’t miss out! “

Robotics Club Meeting

Interested in robots, 3D printing, Arduino, electronic, programming? This might be for you: The Robotics Club is meeting in F5 on Wednesday at Lunchtime. Come and find out what robotics is all about. All levels of experience welcome.

ICAS Digital Technology

If you are keen to enter for the ICAS Digital Technology, please come and see Mr Jeung(jeungd@wsc.school.nz) in Technology Department.

Massey University Wed 11 April BOT Meeting room 1.40pm

Cambell Te Paa from Massey is presenting about Massey Uni campuses: Albany Auckland, Manawatu, and Wellington. Veterinary, Design, Aviation, Nursing and the full quota of degrees to study at Massey University.

Canterbury University Visit with Kate Pattinson Wed 11 April 1.40 Waiora

Canterbury has very generous accommodation scholarships for all Auckland students called GO CANTERBURY. Engineering, product design, forestry and many more courses to learn about at Canterbury Uni. Kate is a senior liaiosn office with Canterbury University. Go Canterbury scholarships are $5000 towards halls of residence http://www.canterbury.ac.nz/get-started/scholarships/types/gocanterbury/

Year 12 Careers assembly Tuesday 10 April Hall at 11.25 am

Visitors speakers from Defence Forces and “Savy” – students who have left school, sharing their wisdom about surviving financially after leaving school. Introduction to Year 12 Careers programme starting in term 2 – Ms Wallace

ICAS Science

This week is your last chance to enter the ICAS Science competition. Please email Kathryn Jenkin, jenkink@wsc.school.nz

Defence force Information Evening Mon 9 April 6-7pm Be prompt! 204 Great North Road

Considering a varied and interesting career with action, and multiple pathways? Consider the Defence Force! Learn more from the experts at The Defence Careers building at Arch Hill Mon, Apr. 9, 2018 6:00pm — 7:00pm Arch Hill Army Centre, 204 Great North Road, Grey Lynn. Note – no late entries to the building after 6pm

Treasury Competition

“If you are into winning prizes and potential scholarships this is the competition for you.

The New Zealand Treasury in conjunction with Victoria University is running a competition gathering recommendations for improving New Zealand’s current tax system. The competition involves either writing a 2000 word essay, creating an A3 poster or 5 minute video. You must be a year 12 or 13 student to enter. Loads of prizes to be won and a few scholarships.

Please come and see Mr Griffin in A3 at Lunch time on Friday 6th April for more details”

Year 9 Sports Academy

If you are interested in joining the year 9 Sports Academy please sign up in the Sports Centre. There will be a meeting for everyone who has signed up next Thursday.

Robotics Club Meeting

Interested in robots, 3D printing, Arduino, electronic, programming? This might be for you: The Robotics Club is meeting in F5 on Wednesday at Lunchtime. Come and find out what robotics is all about. All levels of experience welcome.

Year 9 Sports Academy

If you are interested in joining the year 9 Sports Academy please sign up in the Sports Centre. There will be a meeting for everyone who has signed up next Thursday.

Visual Arts: Senior Art Portfolio Collection

Please visit subject teachers of 11Art, Art Design, Painting and Photography to collect your 2017 External portfolios. Thank you.

Massey University Wed 11 April BOT Meeting room 1.40pm

Cambell Te Paa from Massey is presenting about Massey Uni campuses: Albany Auckland, Manawatu, and Wellington. Veterinary, Design, Aviation, Nursing and the full quota of degrees to study at Massey University.

Massey University Wed 11 April BOT Meeting room 1.40pm

Cambell Te Paa from Massey is presenting about Massey Uni campuses: Albany Auckland, Manawatu, and Wellington. Veterinary, Design, Aviation, Nursing and the full quota of degrees to study at Massey University.

Canterbury University Visit with Kate Pattinson Wed 11 April 1.40 Waiora

Canterbury has very generous accommodation scholarships for all Auckland students called GO CANTERBURY. Engineering, product design, forestry and many more courses to learn about at Canterbury Uni. Kate is a senior liaiosn office with Canterbury University. Go Canterbury scholarships are $5000 towards halls of residence http://www.canterbury.ac.nz/get-started/scholarships/types/gocanterbury/

Year 12 Careers assembly Tuesday 10 April Hall at 11.25 am

Visitors speakers from Defence Forces and “Savy” – students who have left school, sharing their wisdom about surviving financially after leaving school. Introduction to Year 12 Careers programme starting in term 2 – Ms Wallace

Defence force Information Evening Mon 9 April 6-7pm Be prompt! 204 Great North Road

Considering a varied and interesting career with action, and multiple pathways? Consider the Defence Force! Learn more from the experts at The Defence Careers building at Arch Hill Mon, Apr. 9, 2018 6:00pm — 7:00pm Arch Hill Army Centre, 204 Great North Road, Grey Lynn. Note – no late entries to the building after 6pm

Treasury Competition

“If you are into winning prizes and potential scholarships this is the competition for you.

The New Zealand Treasury in conjunction with Victoria University is running a competition gathering recommendations for improving New Zealand’s current tax system. The competition involves either writing a 2000 word essay, creating an A3 poster or 5 minute video. You must be a year 12 or 13 student to enter. Loads of prizes to be won and a few scholarships.

Please come and see Mr Griffin in A3 at Lunch time on Friday 6th April for more details”

Year 9 Sports Academy

If you are interested in joining the year 9 Sports Academy please sign up in the Sports Centre. There will be a meeting for everyone who has signed up next Thursday.

POFIAFIA MEETING

MEETING FOR ALL POFIAFIA GROUP LEADERS AND YEAR 13 PASIFKA STUDENTS. TO BE HELD IN WAIORA AT LUNCHTIME FRIDAY 6TH APRIL 2018

Visual Arts: Senior Art Portfolio Collection

Please visit subject teachers of 11Art, Art Design, Painting and Photography to collect your 2017 External portfolios. Thank you.

Massey University Wed 11 April BOT Meeting room 1.40pm

Cambell Te Paa from Massey is presenting about Massey Uni campuses: Albany Auckland, Manawatu, and Wellington. Veterinary, Design, Aviation, Nursing and the full quota of degrees to study at Massey University.

Canterbury University Visit with Kate Pattinson Wed 11 April 1.40 Waiora

Canterbury has very generous accommodation scholarships for all Auckland students called GO CANTERBURY. Engineering, product design, forestry and many more courses to learn about at Canterbury Uni. Kate is a senior liaiosn office with Canterbury University. Go Canterbury scholarships are $5000 towards halls of residence http://www.canterbury.ac.nz/get-started/scholarships/types/gocanterbury/

Defence force Information Evening Mon 9 April 6-7pm Be prompt! 204 Great North Road

Considering a varied and interesting career with action, and multiple pathways? Consider the Defence Force! Learn more from the experts at The Defence Careers building at Arch Hill Mon, Apr. 9, 2018 6:00pm — 7:00pm Arch Hill Army Centre, 204 Great North Road, Grey Lynn. Note – no late entries to the building after 6pm

Treasury Competition

“If you are into winning prizes and potential scholarships this is the competition for you.

The New Zealand Treasury in conjunction with Victoria University is running a competition gathering recommendations for improving New Zealand’s current tax system. The competition involves either writing a 2000 word essay, creating an A3 poster or 5 minute video. You must be a year 12 or 13 student to enter. Loads of prizes to be won and a few scholarships.

Please come and see Mr Griffin in A3 at Lunch time on Friday 6th April for more details”

POFIAFIA MEETING

MEETING FOR ALL POFIAFIA GROUP LEADERS AND YEAR 13 PASIFKA STUDENTS. TO BE HELD IN WAIORA AT LUNCHTIME FRIDAY 6TH APRIL 2018

SUBVERSIVE: POETRY with TEETH

NO Subversive Poetry group due to parent-teacher interviews

Visual Arts: Senior Art Portfolio Collection

Please visit subject teachers of 11Art, Art Design, Painting and Photography to collect your 2017 External portfolios. Thank you.

Year 13 Lattitude Global Volunteering Overseas Waiora Wed 4 April 1.40pm

Stevie Hight is presenting exciting opportunities of your want to challenge yourself to volunteering abroad as part of a Gap year.www.lattitude.org.nz

Sheilah Winn – Meeting Interval today to prep for trip afterschool – all attend

All students participating meet in Y5 at Interval for final checks and details for trip after school and afternoon/evening performances

Year 13 Lattitude Global Volunteering Overseas Waiora Wed 4 April 1.40pm

Stevie Hight is presenting exciting opportunities of your want to challenge yourself to volunteering abroad as part of a Gap year.www.lattitude.org.nz

ICAS Science

The ICAS Science test is happening on Tuesday, 29 May this year. If you would like to enter, please email Kathryn Jenkin by the end of Term 1 (13th April) jenkink@wsc.school.nz

Year 13 Lattitude Global Volunteering Overseas Waiora Wed 4 April 1.40pm

Stevie Hight is presenting exciting opportunities of your want to challenge yourself to volunteering abroad as part of a Gap year.www.lattitude.org.nz

Mathex 2018

Thanks for those who came to the first practice on Monday. We decided to make the practice twice a week. As discussed, the regular schedule will be on every Monday and Thursday during lunchtime in B12. If you missed the first one, please join us ASAP. And we are still looking for seniors students to help us out. Thanks, Mrs Gibson and Miss Yang

Visual Arts: Senior Art Portfolio Collection

Please visit subject teachers of 11Art, Art Design, Painting and Photography to collect your 2017 External portfolios. Thank you.

Year 13 Lattitude Global Volunteering Overseas Waiora Wed 4 April 1.40pm

Stevie Hight is presenting exciting opportunities of your want to challenge yourself to volunteering abroad as part of a Gap year.www.lattitude.org.nz

40 Hour Famine

40 hour famine sign ups will be happening at orientation week, which is this week from Tuesday to Thursday. It will be held at the village green. Make sure to come and sign up!

Book Club

Book club meets every Thursday in the library at lunchtime. All welcome.

Easter

Do you want to learn more about Easter? Come to D9 Thursday lunchtime to learn more about the reason for the season. Free Hot Cross Buns. All welcome.

Sheilah Winn – permission form return today and meeting next Wednesday Interval

“Important – see Kirsty in Y5 today to return permission forms / questions re: performance next Wednesday.
Final meeting next Wednesday Interval in Y5”

Year 13 Otago University Visit Wed 28 March Waiora 1.40pm Kitiona Pasene presenting

Kitiona will be presenting information about courses at Otago Uni, Halls of residence applications, scholarships and will be able to answer your specific question about life at Otago.

Visual Arts: Senior Art Portfolio Collection

Please visit subject teachers of 11Art, Art Design, Painting and Photography to collect your 2017 External portfolios. Thank you.

40 Hour Famine

40 hour famine sign ups will be happening at orientation week, which is this week from Tuesday to Thursday. It will be held at the village green. Make sure to come and sign up!

Keys In Locker

Keys have been handed into the school office that were left in a locker door in B block. If you have lost your keys please come to the office.

Student ID Cards

ID cards. If you had missed out on collecting your ID card from your form class, please come to the office in break times to check if we have your ID here.

Book Club

Book club meets every Thursday in the library at lunchtime. All welcome.

Mathex 2018

Thanks for those who came to the first practice on Monday. We decided to make the practice twice a week. As discussed, the regular schedule will be on every Monday and Thursday during lunchtime in B12. If you missed the first one, please join us ASAP. And we are still looking for seniors students to help us out. Thanks, Mrs Gibson and Miss Yang

Robotics Club

This club is for those who like robotics and technology. If you are interested a meeting will be held on Wednesday the 28th at lunchtime in F5. If you’re interested but can’t make it, email Tiger at fong-fitzpatrickt@wsc.school.nz.”

Easter

Do you want to learn more about Easter? Come to D9 Thursday lunchtime to learn more about the reason for the season. Free Hot Cross Buns. All welcome.

Sheilah Winn – Meeting Y5 lunch today

“Meeting to pick up important information for Festival next Wednesday after school.
All participating and student directors attend.
Lunch Y5.”

Year 13 Otago University Visit Wed 28 March Waiora 1.40pm Kitiona Pasene presenting

Kitiona will be presenting information about courses at Otago Uni, Halls of residence applications, scholarships and will be able to answer your specific question about life at Otago.

Cook Island Group

“Cook Island Group is starting up again.
Tuesday 27 March, lunchtime, TAPAC 4,”

WSC NPOW Podcast!

Reintroducing the offical Western Springs College – Ngā Puna O Waiōrea Podcast!! Head over to goo.gl/6gze55 (url) or check your emails (Formteacher) and tune into some quality chats, discussing a wide range of topic and generally some good quality banter. Podcast live Tuesday Extended form time on the 27th! See you there!

40 Hour Famine

40 hour famine sign ups will be happening at orientation week, which is this week from Tuesday to Thursday. It will be held at the village green. Make sure to come and sign up!

Cook Island Group

Practice is on today, TAPAC 4 lunchtime. Open to anyone.

Easter

Do you want to learn more about Easter? Come to D9 Thursday lunchtime to learn more about the reason for the season. Free Hot Cross Buns. All welcome.

O-Week

All the students helping with organising O week- please meet in the BOT meeting room with Ms Long and Karen at lunch. we hope to see you ALL there!

ICAS Science

The ICAS Science test is happening on Tuesday, 29 May this year. If you would like to enter, please email Kathryn Jenkin by the end of Term 1 (13th April) jenkink@wsc.school.nz

Year 13 Otago University Visit Wed 28 March Waiora 1.40pm Kitiona Pasene presenting

Kitiona will be presenting information about courses at Otago Uni, Halls of residence applications, scholarships and will be able to answer your specific question about life at Otago.

Arts Leaders

Meeting Y5 – lunch today

MESSAGE FROM THE LIBRARY

The library now has a range of board games which are available during breaks. Come along and enjoy – Yahtzee, Connect 4, Logo Board Game and of course chess.

Cook Island Group

“Cook Island Group is starting up again.
Tuesday 27 March, lunchtime, TAPAC 4,”

PSSP Condom Counting Competition

“We have sorted through the participants and have found a winner.
Congratulations Benjamin Fernandez!
Please come to Waiora at lunchtime to collect your winnings.”

Mathex 2018

Thanks for those who came to the first practice on Monday. We decided to make the practice twice a week. As discussed, the regular schedule will be on every Monday and Thursday during lunchtime in B12. If you missed the first one, please join us ASAP. And we are still looking for seniors students to help us out. Thanks, Mrs Gibson and Miss Yang

Robotics Club

This club is for those who like robotics and technology. If you are interested a meeting will be held on Wednesday the 28th at lunchtime in F5. If you’re interested but can’t make it, email Tiger at fong-fitzpatrickt@wsc.school.nz.”

Sheilah Winn – student directors meeting today

Meeting to check registration entry details with Kirsty – lunch today – y5

Defence Force opportunity to visit Whenuapai base

Opportunity to Visit Whenuapai base, Thursday the 05th April, from 1pm to 3pm at the Whenuapai Air Force Base – Brigham Creek Road, Whenuapai, Auckland Please email wallacek@wsc.school with the trade or title which interests you today. Defence force will be visiting WSC early next term for an info session.

ICAS Science

The ICAS Science test is happening on Tuesday, 29 May this year. If you would like to enter, please email Kathryn Jenkin by the end of Term 1 (13th April) jenkink@wsc.school.nz

Year 13 Otago University Visit Wed 28 March Waiora 1.40pm Kitiona Pasene presenting

Kitiona will be presenting information about courses at Otago Uni, Halls of residence applications, scholarships and will be able to answer your specific question about life at Otago.

MESSAGE FROM THE LIBRARY

The library now has a range of board games which are available during breaks. Come along and enjoy – Yahtzee, Connect 4, Logo Board Game and of course chess.

Cook Island Group

“Cook Island Group is starting up again.
Tuesday 27 March, lunchtime, TAPAC 4,”

PSSP Condom Counting Competition

“We have sorted through the participants and have found a winner.
Congratulations Benjamin Fernandez!
Please come to Waiora at lunchtime to collect your winnings.”

Mathex 2018

Thanks for those who came to the first practice on Monday. We decided to make the practice twice a week. As discussed, the regular schedule will be on every Monday and Thursday during lunchtime in B12. If you missed the first one, please join us ASAP. And we are still looking for seniors students to help us out. Thanks, Mrs Gibson and Miss Yang

Robotics Club

This club is for those who like robotics and technology. If you are interested a meeting will be held on Wednesday the 28th at lunchtime in F5. If you’re interested but can’t make it, email Tiger at fong-fitzpatrickt@wsc.school.nz.”

ICAS Science

The ICAS Science test is happening on Tuesday, 29 May this year. If you would like to enter, please email Kathryn Jenkin by the end of Term 1 (13th April) jenkink@wsc.school.nz

Year 13 Otago University Visit Wed 28 March Waiora 1.40pm Kitiona Pasene presenting

Kitiona will be presenting information about courses at Otago Uni, Halls of residence applications, scholarships and will be able to answer your specific question about life at Otago.

WSC Christian Group

WSC Christian Group. Come for free baking, to make new friends and learn more about the bible. All welcome

Mathex 2018

Thanks for those who came to the first practice on Monday. We decided to make the practice twice a week. As discussed, the regular schedule will be on every Monday and Thursday during lunchtime in B12. If you missed the first one, please join us ASAP. And we are still looking for seniors students to help us out. Thanks, Mrs Gibson and Miss Yang

Tuakana Teina – Yr 13

The next Tuakana Teina session (for Springs students is this Thursday the 22nd of March. Yr 13’s please make sure that you have planned your final lesson in formtime!

WSC Christian Group

WSC Christian Group. Come for free baking, to make new friends and learn more about the bible. All welcome

Year 12/13 Waikato University Visit 21 March Waiora 1.40pm

Lena Lolohea will be here to talk about life at Waikato University. There will be information about courses, accommodation and possible scholarships.

Drone Racing Demo

There will be a drone racing demo on Wednesday, 21/03, during lunch time.
Please come along to the rugby field and enjoy the quick demo.

Tuakana Teina – Yr 13

The next Tuakana Teina session (for Springs students is this Thursday the 22nd of March. Yr 13’s please make sure that you have planned your final lesson in formtime!

Shave For A Cure

Shave for a cure is happening on Tuesday the 20th of March during Interval and Extended form class. Please come along to show your support to everyone participating this year, all donations are appreciated.

Shave for a Cure

Shave for a cure is happening on Tuesday the 20th of March during Interval and Extended form class. Please come along to show your support to everyone participating this year, all donations are appreciated. This is happening in the School Gym.

She# events

She# is an IT organisation which aims to encourage women in computer science, computer engineering, IT, and tech-related fields to develop academically and professionally. They would like to help you to network and learn with each other; fostering the advancement of women in high school, university and industry.

The next event is a workshop at Air NZ. It is scheduled for Tuesday, 20th March. If you want to register please come and see Mr Jeung in Tech Block.

Shave for a Cure on Tuesday

“The Big Shaving is taking place on Tuesday 20th – that’s this Tuesday!
IF YOU HAVE RAISED MONEY AND WANT TO PARTICIPATE WITHOUT GOING FULLY BALD, YOU CAN STILL PARTAKE!

We have been very lucky to have Karen Vincent, a professional hairdresser, volunteer to do the shaving for us, and she is also happy to cut hair for the people who aren’t ready to lose it all!
There is still time to sign up with the school team and raise a bit of money before Tuesday, so please don’t hesitate and get behind this great cause.

Everyone is welcome to bring a gold-coin donation to the hall during interval and watch the baldies lose their locks!”

YEAR 13 Summer Camp USA (Camp America) TUESDAY March 20 in Hall 1.05pm

Learn about opportunities for working in the USA or Canada as part of a GAP year. www.iep.co.nz presenting

Drone Racing Demo

There will be a drone racing demo on Wednesday, 21/03, during lunch time.
Please come along to the rugby field and enjoy the quick demo.

Tuakana Teina – Yr 13

The next Tuakana Teina session (for Springs students is this Thursday the 22nd of March. Yr 13’s please make sure that you have planned your final lesson in formtime!

Drone Racing Demo

There will be a drone racing demo on Wednesday, 21/03, during lunch time.
Please come along to the rugby field and enjoy the quick demo.

Shave For A Cure

Shave for a cure is happening on Tuesday the 20th of March during Interval and Extended form class. Please come along to show your support to everyone participating this year, all donations are appreciated.

Shave for a Cure

Shave for a cure is happening on Tuesday the 20th of March during Interval and Extended form class. Please come along to show your support to everyone participating this year, all donations are appreciated. This is happening in the School Gym.

She# events

She# is an IT organisation which aims to encourage women in computer science, computer engineering, IT, and tech-related fields to develop academically and professionally. They would like to help you to network and learn with each other; fostering the advancement of women in high school, university and industry.

The next event is a workshop at Air NZ. It is scheduled for Tuesday, 20th March. If you want to register please come and see Mr Jeung in Tech Block.

Arts & Media Leaders

Meeting today in Y5 start of lunch

Year 12/13 Waikato University Visit 21 March Waiora 1.40pm

Lena Lolohea will be here to talk about life at Waikato University. There will be information about courses, accommodation and possible scholarships.

Shave for a Cure on Tuesday

“The Big Shaving is taking place on Tuesday 20th – that’s this Tuesday!
IF YOU HAVE RAISED MONEY AND WANT TO PARTICIPATE WITHOUT GOING FULLY BALD, YOU CAN STILL PARTAKE!

We have been very lucky to have Karen Vincent, a professional hairdresser, volunteer to do the shaving for us, and she is also happy to cut hair for the people who aren’t ready to lose it all!
There is still time to sign up with the school team and raise a bit of money before Tuesday, so please don’t hesitate and get behind this great cause.

Everyone is welcome to bring a gold-coin donation to the hall during interval and watch the baldies lose their locks!”

Y13 ART&ART HISTORY TRIP – WEDNESDAY THIS WEEK

“All Y13 Art and Art History students – return permission and class release forms to your subject teachers for Wednesday am Top Art and Pah Homestead Exhibitions trip.

Meet at bus shelter in Zoo carpark at start of school on Wednesday morning – no later than 9am.

See subject teachers for any questions”

Tuakana Teina – Yr 13

The next Tuakana Teina session (for Springs students is this Thursday the 22nd of March. Yr 13’s please make sure that you have planned your final lesson in formtime!

EVelocity Sat 17 Match 10-12.30 Uni of Auckland Newmarket Campus Gate 3 Khyber Pass Road

Come along to watch who can get their bike going under electric power in the fastest time. You can bring your electric bike or just watch. auckland@evolocity.co.nz for more information

Shave For A Cure

Shave for a cure is happening on Tuesday the 20th of March during Interval and Extended form class. Please come along to show your support to everyone participating this year, all donations are appreciated.

She# events

She# is an IT organisation which aims to encourage women in computer science, computer engineering, IT, and tech-related fields to develop academically and professionally. They would like to help you to network and learn with each other; fostering the advancement of women in high school, university and industry.

The next event is a workshop at Air NZ. It is scheduled for Tuesday, 20th March. If you want to register please come and see Mr Jeung in Tech Block.

Year 12/13 Waikato University Visit 21 March Waiora 1.40pm

Lena Lolohea will be here to talk about life at Waikato University. There will be information about courses, accommodation and possible scholarships.

2018 Young Leaders Programme

Please return your applications to Kathryn Jenkin (jenkink@wsc.school.nz) by this Friday the 16th.
Email if you have questions / are interested in applying

YEAR 13 Summer Camp USA (Camp America) TUESDAY March 20 in Hall 1.05pm

Learn about opportunities for working in the USA or Canada as part of a GAP year. www.iep.co.nz presenting

EVelocity Sat 17 Match 10-12.30 Uni of Auckland Newmarket Campus Gate 3 Khyber Pass Road

Come along to watch who can get their bike going under electric power in the fastest time. You can bring your electric bike or just watch. auckland@evolocity.co.nz for more information

Shave For A Cure

Shave for a cure is happening on Tuesday the 20th of March during Interval and Extended form class. Please come along to show your support to everyone participating this year, all donations are appreciated.

She# events

She# is an IT organisation which aims to encourage women in computer science, computer engineering, IT, and tech-related fields to develop academically and professionally. They would like to help you to network and learn with each other; fostering the advancement of women in high school, university and industry.

The next event is a workshop at Air NZ. It is scheduled for Tuesday, 20th March. If you want to register please come and see Mr Jeung in Tech Block.

Year 12/13 Waikato University Visit 21 March Waiora 1.40pm

Lena Lolohea will be here to talk about life at Waikato University. There will be information about courses, accommodation and possible scholarships.

WSC Christian Group

Christian Group meeting every Thursday lunchtime in D9. Come this week to learn more about the Bible, play games and make friends. All welcome.

SUBVERSIVE: POETRY with TEETH

Y8 @ lunchtime
BYO lunch
BYO words
Baking Bribes Bestowed

Shave For A Cure

Shave for a cure is happening on Tuesday the 20th of March during Interval and Extended form class. Please come along to show your support to everyone participating this year, all donations are appreciated.

She# events

She# is an IT organisation which aims to encourage women in computer science, computer engineering, IT, and tech-related fields to develop academically and professionally. They would like to help you to network and learn with each other; fostering the advancement of women in high school, university and industry.

The next event is a workshop at Air NZ. It is scheduled for Tuesday, 20th March. If you want to register please come and see Mr Jeung in Tech Block.

Vegan & Vegetarian Club

Vegan and Vegetarian Club – if you are interested in talking to other vegan and vegetarian students, having shared veggie lunches, or learning more about veganism and vegetarianism, come to Y14 on Wednesdays at lunch or email poindextern@wsc.school.nz.

WSC Christian Group

Christian Group meeting every Thursday lunchtime in D9. Come this week to learn more about the Bible, play games and make friends. All welcome.

Stream working bee

We’re getting together to catch up & pull some weeds at our stream. We need as many hands as possible to share the load.
Join us outside TAPAC Wednesday 14th at 3:30pm. We’re there for an hour, stay as long as you can.

40 Hour Famine Leaders Needed

We are seeking 3 students from year 12 or 13 to be this year’s 40 Hour Famine leaders within the school.
You should be:
– passionate about helping children around the world meet their basic needs for food, clean water, education and health
– a self starter, organised and someone who gets the job done
– available for a leadership conference on 19 March
– willing to commit 2-3 hours of time per week until July
If this sounds like you, please contact Katrina Johnson at johnsonk@wsc.school.nz by Wednesday 14 March to express your interest.

Drone Racing Demo

WSC Drone Racing club is planning to have a drone racing demo.

This event is scheduled for the lunchtime, Wednesday, 14th March.

Please come to the soccer field and enjoy the drone racing.

2018 Young Leaders Programme

Please return your applications to Kathryn Jenkin (jenkink@wsc.school.nz) by this Friday the 16th.
Email if you have questions / are interested in applying

YEAR 13 Summer Camp USA (Camp America) TUESDAY March 20 in Hall 1.05pm

Learn about opportunities for working in the USA or Canada as part of a GAP year. www.iep.co.nz presenting

A-Z Meetings

A-Z is an all inclusive, student led group. We welcome anyone who wants to join. We typically start out discussing different issues surrounding the LGBTQ+ community but often end up talking about different issues that affect us or others.

We are a pretty chilled group and you can come and go as you please but we would love to see you every week.

Please come along to B2 on Tuesday lunchtimes, we look forward to seeing you.

Vegan & Vegetarian Club

Vegan and Vegetarian Club – if you are interested in talking to other vegan and vegetarian students, having shared veggie lunches, or learning more about veganism and vegetarianism, come to Y14 on Wednesdays at lunch or email poindextern@wsc.school.nz.

Important: Year 9 Bowling Trip Today

If you belong to 9OR, 9WU, 9MN, 9MO please go to your Mathematics class right after period 2 (do not go to morning interval). The buses will leave at 11.30.

WSC Christian Group

Christian Group meeting every Thursday lunchtime in D9. Come this week to learn more about the Bible, play games and make friends. All welcome.

Tuesday 13th March – Early Finish

Just a reminder that Tuesday 13th March is an EARLY FINISH for students – finishing at 1:45.

Classes are as usual, however there is no extended form time running on this day.

EPro8

Year 9 and 10 students! Are you in how stuff works, solving problems and making things? Then you should be interested in the EPro8 engineering challenge. Please meet in D4 at interval on Monday.

A-Z Meetings

A-Z is an all inclusive, student led group. We welcome anyone who wants to join. We typically start out discussing different issues surrounding the LGBTQ+ community but often end up talking about different issues that affect us or others.

We are a pretty chilled group and you can come and go as you please but we would love to see you every week.

Please come along to B2 on Tuesday lunchtimes, we look forward to seeing you.

Important: Year 9 Bowling Trip Today

If you belong to 9OR, 9WU, 9MN, 9MO please go to your Mathematics class right after period 2 (do not go to morning interval). The buses will leave at 11.30.

EPro8

Year 9 and 10 students! Are you in how stuff works, solving problems and making things? Then you should be interested in the EPro8 engineering challenge. Please meet in D4 at interval on Monday.

Tuesday 13th March – Early Finish

Just a reminder that Tuesday 13th March is an EARLY FINISH for students – finishing at 1:45.

Classes are as usual, however there is no extended form time running on this day.

Year 9 Bowling Trip on Monday

If you belong to 9OR, 9WU, 9MN or 9MO be ready for the bowling trip on monday 12th of March.

A-Z Meetings

A-Z is an all inclusive, student led group. We welcome anyone who wants to join. We typically start out discussing different issues surrounding the LGBTQ+ community but often end up talking about different issues that affect us or others.

We are a pretty chilled group and you can come and go as you please but we would love to see you every week.

Please come along to B2 on Tuesday lunchtimes, we look forward to seeing you.

40 Hour Famine Leaders Needed

We are seeking 3 students from year 12 or 13 to be this year’s 40 Hour Famine leaders within the school.
You should be:
– passionate about helping children around the world meet their basic needs for food, clean water, education and health
– a self starter, organised and someone who gets the job done
– available for a leadership conference on 19 March
– willing to commit 2-3 hours of time per week until July
If this sounds like you, please contact Katrina Johnson at johnsonk@wsc.school.nz by Wednesday 14 March to express your interest.

Drone Racing Demo

WSC Drone Racing club is planning to have a drone racing demo.

This event is scheduled for the lunchtime, Wednesday, 14th March.

Please come to the soccer field and enjoy the drone racing.

Y10 Students

Could Y10 AZURE ASA and SOPHIA VAGANA please come to Y7 at interval or lunchtime today to complete the final TLIF Pasifika Literacy questions (only two to go).

Once this is complete the canteen vouchers can be released for all four participants, thanks in advance.

Drone Racing Demo

WSC Drone Racing club is planning to have a drone racing demo.

This event is scheduled for the lunchtime, Wednesday, 14th March.

Please come to the soccer field and enjoy the drone racing.

Sport Shoes – Lost Property

If you have lost some sport shoes (handed in from the swimming sports) please come to the office at break time to see if they are yours.

Bake Sale Lunchtime Today

“Come to the village green at lunchtime today! Come and buy some awesome baking and take an “”orange selfie””.
All the money goes to SHINE, helping families stay safe at home.

WSC Peace Ambassadors”

Book Club

Book Club today (Thursday 8/3/18) lunchtime in the library. All welcome!

Y10 Students

Could Y10 AZURE ASA and SOPHIA VAGANA please come to Y7 at interval or lunchtime today to complete the final TLIF Pasifika Literacy questions (only two to go).

Once this is complete the canteen vouchers can be released for all four participants, thanks in advance.

Meet Lily MacDonald Murell

Waiora Thursday 8 Feb 1.40 – 2.30

Lily MacDonald Murello 1st year at Auckland Medical School 2018

What is first year Health Science like at Auckland Uni?
Lily was Dux at Western Springs College in 2016 and gained a place at Auckland Medical School this year! Find out if first year health science at Auckland Uni is for you!
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