|All Year Levels1. SCHOOL ROUTINE|
8.50 - 10.00 Period 1
10.05 - 11.10 - Period 2
Late Detention: The following students need to meet with the Dean at 3:15pm in SR1, Tuesday 21 February, failure to do this will result in a school detention this Friday.
Smith, Jeremy 9BD
Samin, Mustafa 9BK
Turner, Romero 9BTD
Grigas-Cleaver, Aleks 9MRT
Toimata, Sione 9NJP
Malagamaalii, Satuala 9RD
Roskam, Arie 10GZ
Hunt, Toby 10KMH
Fermanis, Jared 10MAU
Richardson, Theo 10MLG
Liu, Barry 11AAS
Cai, Eric 11AAS
Dixon, Haven 11BG
Nguyen, Quan 11BG
Jung, Jason 11CMT
Pisa-Oliver, Christian 11EZ
Malu, Patrick 11JT
Galvin, Kane 11JT
Ailao, Konelio 11JT
Yin, Jack 11MN
Rampton, James 11RCS
Tonga, George 11RE
Dunne, James 12BJ
Marshall, Rowan 12CM
Somerville, Conor 12CM
Turia-Bennett, Amaru 12ES
Baker, Fin 12ES
Parker, Cyzck 12ES
Cooper, Wareti 12ES
Consedine, Ethan 12JLL
Autapa, Sumet 12JR
Clayton, Alex 12JR
Fermanis, William 12JR
Shelford-Morrell, Mauriora 12JR
Young, Calvin 12JR
Bidgood, Matt 12LB
Barber, Theo 12LB
Robson, Cai 12LB
Cordwell, Stefan 12LB
Beard, Sam 12LR
Brown, Marco 12LR
Shallcrass-Wong, Jonathan 12LR
Zhang, John 12MH
Heyworth, Michael 12MH
Pitawala, Ravin 12MM
Jeon, Gabe 12MM
Ash, David 12MV
Fa'asalele, James 12MV
Crawford-Vito, Tennessee 12MV
Batisan, Ely 12MV
Kanicki, Mariusz 12NF
Ashby, Stefan 12PJL
Monroe, Max 12TH
Newell, Tim 12TR
Robertson, Izzy 12TR
|2. SCHOOL ADMIN, DEANS & GUIDANCE|
10JRB: You have the honour and the privilege of being the duty tutor group for Weeks 3 and 4 of Term 1. Report for duty at 12.55pm in the corridor outside Mr Ashby's office. Do not be late.
Year 13 Students - All Year 13 leaders should check the College Website to see what leadership opportunities are available. Please seriously consider the options available and apply to the teacher in charge.
Please meet in Mr Ellett's office at 12.30 Wednesday.
|3. CURRICULUM & LEARNING|
Scholarship Physics - Tutorials will run on Day 4 lunchtimes in S3. The first one is on Feb 27th.
This will commence on 28th February 2017 and will take place every day 5 thereafter. All members of year 13 are welcome; be aware that Mr Reynolds is running an alternative class on day 6.
|6. THE ARTS|
Pasifika Performance Group (Poly Club): This group will be starting up again in week 5 this term with several performance events on the calendar already, including Cultural Extravaganza, Tu Tangata and WC's 150th. Practices will be Monday lunch and afterschool. If you would like to be involved you must formally register online at http://www.sporty.co.nz/wcarts/Arts-Activities-Registration/Pasifika-Group
Registrations close 27th February.
Public Speaking: the first external Public Speaking comp for 2017 is the Race Unity Speech comp - entries by end March. The topic is Standing up to Racism - that's us!.Open to years 11-13. If you are interested see Ms Hazledine (L5) or Mr Everett. WC has a good track record in this comp - let's keep it up.
Senior Interschool Debating: There will be a trial, in the form of impromptu speaking for all year 11's wanting to do interschool debating Tuesday lunchtime in L8 - see Ms Hazledine if you can't make it
Poly Club: All students who want to be involved in the Pasifika Performance group need to attend a short meeting at INTERVAL TODAY in P4 (Drama room) to go over registration and expectations of group.
Politics Club: Apologies for last week's meeting. This Wednesday 22nd Feb at lunchtime in P3, we will debate the topic of "big government vs. small government", and split along party lines to debate this issue.
Stage Challenge 2017: the biggest WC Arts Event of the year is about to kick off - we're looking for 100 enthusiastic, energetic boys to perform on stage - if you can dance that is a bonus. There is a sign -up and info meeting in the Brierley interval Friday this week but it would be helpful if you would also sign up on line in the extracurricuar Arts site beforehand - no payment needed at this stage http://www.sporty.co.nz/wcarts/Arts-Activities-Registration/Stage-Challenge-2 Auditions will be in the Brierley over lunchtimes next week - Monday Yrs 9 and 10, Tuesday Yrs 11 and 12, Wednesday Yr13. If you can't come on your appointed day, come another day. Any queries see Ms Hazledine or Miss Howes.
Young and Hungry Theatre Ambassadors: applications are open for the positions (2x) of Theatre Ambassadors for WC. This amazng opportunity enables you to go to many theatre performances over the course of the year - free of charge and with theatre ambassadors form other schools. See Ms Hazledine or Miss Howes for application forms . Applications close 1 March
"THE BARON'S CLUB: After a successful meeting last Friday this coming Friday the Club will meet and discus the following: 'The Normalization of terrorism and counter terrorism (particularly in Western Society), P.C. Pros. and Con's, Also New Zealand's abnormal Fear of the Russians in the 19th century and the greatly asked for topic H.T.P.O.W. Cheers Tristan.'
Next Creative Writers' Club meeting: Thursday, 23 February, lunchtime, Library classroom upstairs. bring along your proposed title for our anthology.
Pre-Season Rugby Training Pre-season rugby continues this week on Tuesday and Friday 3.30 after school on the main fields. This is compulsory for any of you wanting to make the U15A side (however it's also open to any junior player wanting to have a runaround). Contact Mr Gilbertson in person or through email if you cannot make it due to other commitments. Thanks, Mr Gilbertson
Hockey Registrations Closing Soon! Reminder - The final date to register for Hockey (for those wanted to attend trials) is 28 February 2017. Register on the WC Sports Website. Detailed trail information will be sent to all those who have registered (and placed on the club website) after the closing date. If you don't want to trial but you still want to play hockey, please register and then email firstname.lastname@example.org with NO TRIAL in the subject line and we will place you in one of the lower grade teams.
Rugby - Registrations are open online: Click here to register: http://www.sporty.co.nz/viewform/25778. All players must attend the weigh-in on Wed 22 Feb in Sports Centre at 12.35pm. Any issues, see PM or LR.
Softball Wednesday lunch time 1) coaching clinic for pitchers and catchers 2) fielding for others including all who haven't trialed yet.Go to bottom field by St Marks.
Friday 3.30 practice-meet in front of pavilion. M1 if wet.
|8. CAREERS & TRANSITION|
Year 12 & 13 students interested in IT courses at Whitirea in 2018 can attend an open afternoon this Thursday 23rd February from 3.30-7pm at the Wellington Campus, 15 Dixon Street.
WC Nepal 2017: Meeting 24th February at 12.40 in M3. Make sure you have done your research and bring all the relevant information to this meeting. We need to be prepared for our meeting with Josh on Wednesday 1st March. If you are unable to attend, please let me know asap.
Space Camp - Information evening for parents and students this Thursday 630 in the library.
The Uniform Shop will now be open on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 11am till 1.30pm. If you bought something from the shop last Tuesday (7th) and have since lost it, please come to the shop to claim it.
eBooks are available again! Just go to the eBook page on the Girvan Library website and browse or search for a title of your choice. Click on the cover image and borrow the eBook using your Wellington College id and password. Happy reading!
|9b. LOST & FOUND|
Named Lost Property:
Found: Key found on turf, has purple glitter painted on the top-see Student Reception
Found: Metlink Ticket Wellington to Porirua-See Student Reception
Lost: Orange, Black and Green ear phones - please bring to lost property
Shoes Please check you are wearing the right shoes. Are they to big, come and swap them at Lost Property