9.25 10.15 Period 1
10.20 - 11.10 Period 2
PINK FASHION GALA: is on today! 12:30 outside the Language Centre. Get there ASAP to register your entry. Celebrate individuality and creativity and thinking pink!
Bullying Free NZ Week - 22nd to 26th May: So lets Speak up, Stand together and Stop bullying!
Sister Cities New Zealand Youth Tour to China in 2018: Up to 12 talented senior high school students from schools across Wellington will be selected to join a 10 day tour of New Zealand's sister cities in China in April next year, including Beijing, Shanghai and Xiamen. The aim of the tour is to give young New Zealanders an experience of the local business, government and cultural life of the places visited, as well as showcase and strengthen bilateral relations between us and our China-based sister cities. Delegates that participate in the tour will gain a stronger understanding of the local culture and what kinds of New Zealand businesses and organisations operate there, which we hope may empower them to consider an international future.Please note you need to be a school student in 2018. See Ms Hazledine for more details or go to www.sistercities.org.nz/youthtour
Pink Shirt Day- Friday 26th May: To support this campaign you can wear anything/everything PINK today! Money (at least $2) will be collected by the senior students during your period 1 class. Remember all the proceeds from today will support the Mental Health Foundation. So let’s Speak up, Stand together to Stop bullying! For more information, please visit https://www.pinkshirtday.org.nz/about/ to see how you can be involved in preventing bullying at school, workplace and around NZ.
The Climate Challenge Conference is a celebration of our future leaders, innovators and change-makers - along with their ability to shape the world around them. If you interested in developing your leadership skills, meeting other passionate young people and looking at what climate change means for the future of New Zealand, then register for the Climate Challenge held on the 3rd and 4th of June at Vic. It will be full of speakers, leadership workshops and interactive simulations that will ignite passion and equip you to be a leader in your community. Spaces are limited so get in quick: www.climatechallenge.nz
Pink Shirt Day - Bake Sale: In support of anti bullying awareness week, we are holding a Bake Sale on Friday, 26th May. Come and see the Student Support team outside the Bursary at Interval for some awesome pink treats, including yummy goods from Jack's Bakery. Nothing over $1 so don't miss out! All proceeds go towards the Mental Health Foundation so please show your support. Let's Speak up and Stand together to stop bullying.
Reminder: Student Council Executive Yrs 9-13 Election Starts 18th of May 2017 Online
Morning to all Voters in all year groups
• Student Council Executive Election is online. A link will be sent to you on the 18th of May 2017 with instructions
• The link will have candidates information and a voting form specific for your years cohort
• Election closes on 25th of May 2017 at midnight
Remember to vote and have your say who represents you and your cohort
(Urgent: a reminder to all potential Student Council candidates for the election.You should read the separate email sent to you and follow those instructions in order to have the possibility of presenting your message to potential voters online . This option remains live for you to submit until closing 25th of May 2017 )
ICAS Science competition This will take place next Tuesday 30th May in L7 period 3.
Climate Challenge Conference: Are you interested in developing your leadership skills, meeting other passionate young people and looking at what climate change means for the future of New Zealand? The Climate Challenge Conference is running for the second year on the 3rd and 4th of June at Victoria University in Wellington. It will be full of speakers, leadership workshops and interactive simulations that will equip you to be a leader in your community and take action on climate change! Registrations close this Saturday so get in quick: www.climatechallenge.nz
Duke of Ed / Tramping club: All those students (year 10 and up) coming on the 9 - 11 June tramp to the central plateau, you must bring your permission form and payment to the Bursary by the end of this week (Fri 26th May) to secure your place. Numbers are very tight (i.e. this trip is proving very popular) so if you do not return the form and payment in time you are likely to miss out.
Stage Challlenge: looking for volunteers on the day (1June). Any year 12 and 13 students (not involved with stage challenge) looking for some event management experience, Stage Challenge require some interns for the day. See Ms Hazledine asap (L5 interval tomorrow) - this will need to be cleared with your teachers.
French Club - Come along to try your luck at French board games! For those who remember watching 'Les Choristes' a few weeks back, the end of that will be on in the background! LC2 at lunchtime today.
Stage Challenge rehearsals: today 3.30 - 6.00pm and Sunday 11am - 6.15pm. You must all be there and ON TIME ready to start on the dot. This includes the boys who thought they had a meeting at the stadium for employment. This has been moved to Tuesday 6th June @4pm. Bring plenty of food and water and remember to bring ALL ITEMS of COSTUME on Sunday including the shoes you will be dancing in .
Dress Rehearsal Invitation : Stage Challenge and 15 mins of Shakespeare comedy. Both these short and punchy performances will be on stage Sunday 5.45 in the Brierley. Gold coin entry.
- A Midsummer Night's Dream - the play within the play; 15 minutes of fast paced comedy - these guys are the Wellington regional winners
- Stage Challenge: Tomorrow's History; eight minutes of dance with 90 boys on stage, looking forward to the 2020 US presidential elections.
Scholarship economics - Monday 7.30 am in 504
League of Legends - Keen to play for the school? Come to S4 Thursday 1st June at lunchtime to find out more.
10DL: You have the honour and the privilege of being the duty tutor group for weeks 4 and 5 of Term 2. Report for duty at 12.55pm in the corridor outside Mr Ashby's office. You are expected to attend and a roll will be taken. Do not be late.
Defensive Driving today in LC5 at lunchtime.
For those doing History and those who are interested in studying History at university Dr Stephen Hardman from Canterbury University will be giving a lecture on Monday 29th May. Meet in the library at 12.30pm.
Canterbury University Information Evening - bring your parents. Find out more about study and accommodation options for 2018 on Tuesday 30th May, 6pm at Westpac Stadium.
Sydney University will be here on Monday 29th May in SR1 at 12.30pm. Come along to hear about their 2018 course programmes and entry requirements.
|Lost and Found|
Lost - black wallet, see Mr Ashby.
Lost Apple 1phone 7 plus, black with blue card pouch on back.
Named Lost Property: YR10 Nikau Jefferys10MAU Roshi Sneyd10DB YR11 Paul McDonald11CMT YR13 Dan Slater13KW Will Sims13KVT T Sione Helu13SMT Edward Matthews13HA Jacob Masseurs13DC
Lost: Blue Tooth Jbird X3 black ear buds lost in drama or the library, please bring to lost property
Lost: From Wellington Hockey Stadium, white iphone in black case, has student ID inside with Theo Richardson name on it - Please bring to lost property
Lost: Copper brooch, heart with angel wings, please bring to lost property
Found: White scarf / Black drawstring bag with the name Hall on the label
Cultural Extravaganza. All students in the Orchestra, Concert Band, Jazz Band, Ukulele Orchestra, Combined Choir, Chorale, and Poly Club need to attend a rehearsal for the final item Period 3 on Monday 29th May in the Brierley Theatre.
Junior Badminton: Practices are on Thursday at lunchtime and games after school. Please check the draw online and bring full gear. http://www.collegesport.org.nz/college-sport-wellington/draws-and-results/
Senior Badminton: Practices are on Friday at lunchtime and games after school. Please check the draw online and bring full gear. http://www.collegesport.org.nz/college-sport-wellington/draws-and-results/
Table tennis as of this week and until informed otherwise, Wednesday lunchtimes is for juniors (Yrs 9 and 10) and Friday lunchtimes is for seniors (yrs 11 - 13).
Cross Country: Next week - Monday Training 7.00am, meeting 12.30 202. Weds regionals.