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18 May, 2016      
 
From the Principal
Long Bay College is proud of our students' academic achievement and we are always looking to build on our previous successes. During term one students have submitted a number of assessments and we now have marks being entered on our Student Management System, KAMAR.  

With this concrete data in place we would like to encourage students to take responsibility for their own tracking and monitoring, and to facilitate this we have put in place an Academic Tracking Day.

During period 3 on Wednesday 25th May all Year 11-13 students will engage in Academic Tracking.  This will require students to use their smart phones and resources provided by the school to take ownership of their current NCEA achievement record and to ensure they know the steps required to reach their academic goals.  

In preparation for our Academic Tracking Day we will need all students to download the following free application to their smart phone before Tuesday 24th May: 

Blueprint from www.getblueprint.co.nz. This is a link to the Apple Store and Google Play store to download the app.

It is also important that all students have registered online for NZQA. If you have not done so already, please ensure you have before Friday 20th May by visiting www.nzqa.govt.nz/learner-login, clicking on "Register" and completing your details online (your NSN is on your school ID).

Rajeev Sharma
Acting Principal
Top Scholar Awards
On May 4th this year, a ceremony to honour the top students from the 2015 New Zealand Scholarship examinations was held at Parliament in Wellington. There were 35 Top Subject Scholar Awards.
 
Thomas Morrison, from last year’s Year 13, attended to receive his award as the top student in the country for Design and Visual Communication. Thomas Morrison

Other dignitaries and invited guests were also in attendance including Thomas’ parents, his teacher Mr Bourdot, the Minister for Education, the Hon Hekia Parata and the Prime Minister the Rt. Hon. John Key who spoke and presented some of the awards. 
 
Thomas’ award was presented by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority Board chair Sue Suckling [pictured].
 
Thomas is currently studying engineering at Canterbury University and becomes the third top scholar from Long Bay College to gain this prestigious award for Design and Visual Communication. In the group photo he is seated in the second row, 2nd from left.

 

ANZAC Service
On ANZAC Day students from Long Bay College proudly took part in the ANZAC Day Commemoration Service in Browns Bay, honouring those who gave their lives for our country.

Head Girl Tayla Baxter gave a moving address while Head Boy Patrick Smith read the ANZAC Prayer.



Wreath Laying Ceremony
In a recent interview with NZ Herald political editor Audrey  Young, the French Prime Minister said ‘France holds an eternal debt towards New Zealand: a large number of her children sacrificed their lives for freedom during both world wars.  The commemoration of the centenary of the fights in the trenches has given rise to numerous projects, cultural and academic between France and New Zealand. The programme "Shared Histories" for example, passes this memory on to students of our two countries.’ 

A class of Year 9 students at Long Bay College have been completing a Shared Histories project called Forgotten Voices with College de Meyssac in France. This is part of an initiative run by the French Ministry of Education through the French Embassy. As participants of this programme the teacher in charge, Ms Foster and a student representative, Tace Chapman were invited by His Excellency Manuel Valls, Prime Minister of France to attend a wreath laying ceremony at the Auckland War Memorial Museum on Monday 2 May, held during his visit to New Zealand.

The New Zealand Prime Minister John Key was also in attendance.
Business Trip to USA

In the April school holidays, 20 Long Bay College students and two teachers went on a two week Business Studies trip to the United States.

The trip began in San Francisco and included a visit to Alcatraz, the Golden Gate Bridge, Fisherman’s Wharf and a tour of Stanford University. The Q&A session with 2006 dux of Northcote College Richard Stebbing of Primer was very engaging, while presentations and tours at Apple, Intel, Kiwi Landing Pad and PayPal were all fun and interesting. A creative workshop on design thinking was held by Google and enjoyed by all.

A 5-hour flight took the group to its next stop, New York. Highlights included a trip to the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, Times Square, Rockefeller Centre and Central Park. An historical and merchandising tour of department store Macy’s showed the students how and why the store displays its products as it does. Visits to the United Nations Headquarters and Columbia University were informative, and a tour of Wall Street and a capital markets simulation got the students fired up.

Exciting Q&A sessions at CBRE with Sarah Pontius and with George Aitken-Davies of Altaris Capital were very enlightening. The Broadway show ‘Finding Neverland’ was brilliant and very well done. The group also had the moving experience of visiting the 9/11 Memorial where they went inside and up to the 66th floor of the One World Trade Centre.

The time went far too quickly and before we knew it, it was home time. After 30 hours of flying and stopovers, we arrived back on home soil. Exhausted, but feeling accomplished. We will never forget this trip anytime soon!

Josh Picard and Kylie Lin, Year 13

Facebook
Keep up to date with Long Bay College news, announcements, sports reports and photos on the Long Bay College Facebook page.

If you have any photos or success to share on the Facebook page, please send them to jdeuchrass@lbc.school.nz
International Week
From 27 June to 1st July, Long Bay College will be holding its annual International Week. There will be food stalls and numerous performances featuring international music and dance from the many different cultures represented at Long Bay College.

If you or your business would like to support the Long Bay College International Week in any way, please contact the school on 09 477 9009.
Music Concert

On Thursday 14 April the Music Department held its first concert for 2016. There were 18 performances chosen from the NCEA performance assessments and included mostly solo performers but also some groups.

Instruments played included trumpet, French Horn, flute, classical piano and guitar. There were also singers of varying genres combined with one of the jazz combos and rock bands, making the night full of skill and variety.

At the end of the evening Year 12 student Rebekah Walton was awarded the “Performance of the Term Trophy” for her outstanding rendition of “Ain’t Misbehavin’.

Board of Trustees

IMPORTANT DATES:
VOTING PAPERS TO YOU BY: 25 MAY
VOTING CLOSES: 03 JUNE
ELECTION : 03 JUNE

Exercise your right and vote in the upcoming Board Elections.  It is extremely important that our parent community selects the right mix of experience within the candidates to form the next Board. Your vote can ensure Long Bay College continues to move forward ensuring all our children have the opportunity to succeed.

Term Planner

To help students in their planning around assessments and checkpoints, particularly as workloads increase throughout the year, there is now a Long Bay College Term Planner that will be distributed among students to help schedule their work.

This Term Planner can also be found in the Academic section on our website. Please print off a copy and put it up on your fridge or in a visible spot around the house so everyone is aware of upcoming deadlines.

School Ball

The glitzy world of the Great Gatsby was the theme for the Long Bay College School Ball this year, which was held at the Pullman Hotel on Saturday 16 April.

Balls are a feature of many high school calendars, but there cannot be many quite as amazing as ours! There was a dancing, photographs, glamour and so much fun. It was a wonderful night to remember and the guests all rose to the occasion with gorgeous gowns, suits, hair and make-up.

Best Dressed:
Brett Cawood and Megi Pasham

Cutest Couple:
Liam Welch and Sherryn Pile

Ball Prince and Princess:
Sam Wood and Aimee Tibbotts

Ball King and Queen:
Hadi Nassar and Paige Pote

Photos from the ball can be ordered from the White Door website.

Double Science become Phage Hunters!
L1A Double Science have been on the hunt… for potentially useful microorganisms (bacteriophage or just ‘phage’) in and around their gardens. 

These special viruses attack only bacterial cells, so potentially could be used in applications such as preventing food spoilage and as an alternative to antibiotics.

Scientists from Massey University in Albany visited over 2 weeks to guide us through a modified university level experiment, where we got to collect soil samples and then treat them to try and isolate any phage present.  We even got to propose names for any novel organisms that we found!

Everyone had fun working on a real science project, and we all learnt so much about the amazing world of microbes all around us. We’re so grateful to the amazing Massey staff for their time and resources!
L3B Trip

Last month, myself and the other L3B EAP students had the incredible opportunity to visit Kelly Tarltons Sea Life Aquarium and North Head Historic Reserve. We started by attending a lesson about New Zealand’s geographical characteristics and its marine environment, learning about the diverse species and ecosystems found along the coast. Following this lesson, we had a tour around the Aquarium and saw the Antarctic penguins being fed. 

During the afternoon, we headed to Devonport and visited North Head. There we explored the defence installations and learned more about early European settlers.

The trip was very interesting, but above all it was fun and everyone had a great time together. With the knowledge that we gained during that day, it was easier to choose a theme for the academic essay we wrote the following week, about making comparisons between New Zealand and our home countries. It was a great experience for international students to visit two of Auckland's major tourist sites together and I can't wait to go on another trip with my EAP class!  

Maria Gil Laydner, Year 12

Sports Uniform

Last week Long Bay College 1st XV rugby team were presented their new jerseys for the season by former All Black, Greg Somerville. Greg debuted for New Zealand in 2000 and has 66 test caps under his belt as a prop.

Greg is currently working for Paladin Sports who have just supplied Long Bay College with our new sports uniform. Last Thursday night the Long Bay College 1st XV were fortunate to benefit from some of his expertise.

The netball girls were presented their new uniforms by Deputy Principal Shanley Joyce on Friday, and both Senior A and Premier teams had successes at the weekend winning both their games.

The 1st XI football and hockey teams were presented their new playing uniforms by Mr Brooke and the Sports Captains, Scott Burfoot and Anna Thompson on Tuesday.

We wish them all the best of luck for the season.

Parent Support Network

Understanding Anxiety - Wednesday 25th May, 7-8pm

Around a third of us will experience anxiety symptoms at some point in our lives, and for many it can largely undermine quality of life.

This talk will examine the major features and causes of anxiety as well as outlining the strategies we can employ to overcome it or to help our children if they are struggling.

The presentation will be 45 minutes followed by tea, coffee and muffins.

Speaker: John Meeske (MSc Psychology) – John has provided 1-1 therapy (cognitive/mindfulness-based) for people with anxiety for 10 years.

Please register your interest in attending by emailing him on jmeeske@lbc.school.nz (Students are welcome to attend).

Understanding Depression – Wednesday 29th June, 7-8pm.

Depression is slowly becoming less stigmatised and better understood due in part to high profile individuals coming forward and sharing their experiences publicly. This is fantastic as depression can have devastating consequences if it is ignored or help is not sought. Strikingly, around one third of the population appear to be immune to depression. What do they do differently? And can we use those insights to help treat this common struggle?

Please register your interest in attending this talk by emailing John on jmeeske@lbc.school.nz

Veronica Devlin

Congratulations to Veronica Devlin who is a finalist in the prestigious 2016 MLT New Zealand Songwriting Awards in June for her song Arrows and Bows.  Veronica's self titled CD that was released last year, also won Best Pop Album in January at The Akademia Music Awards and she had a red carpet entrance to receive her award in Los Angeles during the school holidays. 

The Year 11 student headed straight back for a performance in Christchurch at TV2’s What Now Show to launch NZ Music Month. Click here to watch the video.

Following dreams can be expensive and tiring but the journey is worth the ride.  You can hear some of her music and share her journey on social media Veronica Grace Music.

Science Demonstration

Elephant’s toothpaste, Long Bay College and an aged care facility – an odd connection to say the least. But, it was a brilliant and very rewarding one.

Two staff members from the Science faculty at Long Bay College, with three budding Year 9 scientists in tow, exuberantly marched through the door of CHT Halldene, a local hospital for the elderly, armed with an array of test tubes, chemicals and a gas cylinder. They soon captured the attention of the residents with demonstrations of a frothing green compound spewing from a glass cylinder (the elephant’s toothpaste), various elements combined in test tubes to make layers of colour and gelatinous products, and acid/base tests on household products. There was even a controlled explosion of hydrogen gas and a demonstration of how that same gas could make a teacher sound somewhat meeker than normal as inhaled hydrogen turned his voice into one similar to that of Donald Duck.

Aside from the marvellous scientific spectacles, there was something even more captivating to behold - the expressions on the faces of residents afflicted by strokes, dementia and other ailments common to the elderly was nothing short of magical. They were captivated, interested, intrigued and excited when quite often they would not be. The interaction with the students only added to the experience. Three delightful young ladies interacted charmingly with people two generations older than them, demonstrating their skills and reminding residents of school days, youthfulness and family.

The repetition of such an experience is only to be encouraged, when giving such joy to those involved.

Where are we from?
In each newsletter we will be introducing a member of staff at Long Bay College to show the diverse backgrounds we have at the school. 

Carmen Henriquez – English for Academic Purposes/Spanish teacher 
Born: Chile, South America 
Arrived: 2014, then went back to Chile for one year, and arrived back in New Zealand two months ago. 
Languages spoken: English, Spanish, a little bit of French and a little bit of Portuguese.  

It is hard for me to get used to eating sandwiches for lunch because in Chile, we would eat a proper meal for lunch. It is also different because in Chile, school starts at 8am and finishes at 4pm. 

In Chile, students would never say hello to teachers or treat teachers like people but here everybody is so nice to each other and sees that we are all human and can learn from one another. 
Nō hea tātou?
 
Whaea Henriquez – Te Kaiako o Ingarihi me Pāniora
Whānau: Hiri, Amerika ki te Tonga
Tae Mai: I te tau rua mano, tekau mā whā, kātahi i hoki atu ki a Hiri mō tuatahi tau, ā, i tae mai ia ki Aotearoa i te rua marama.
Ngā Reo: Ingarihi, Pāniora, iti o Wīwī, iti o Pōtikī
 
I a Hiri, ka tīmata te kura i te waru karaka i te ata ā ka mutunga i te whā karakia i te ahiahi. I kai mātou i kai nui mō tina, ehara he hanawiti.

I a Hiri, kāore ngā ākonga i te kōrero ki ngā kaiako engari i a Aotearoa kei te pai ngā ākonga ki ngā kaiako.
我们来自哪里?

Henriquez老师(女) - 英语(EAP)/
西班牙语老师
出生于:智利,南美
到达新西兰:2014年,其后回到智利停留一年,并又在两个月前回到新西兰。
语言:英语,西班牙语,少许法语和少许葡萄牙语。
 
“我很难适应新西兰人午餐吃三明治的习惯,因为在智利,我们都会把午餐作为正餐来对待。这可能是因为智利学校上午八点开始上学,下午四点才放学。
 
在智利,学生从来不主动向老师问好,与老师的关系有如陌生人。但在新西兰,每个人都十分友好,大家都能互相学习
 
Voetspoore oor die Wêreld?

Mej Henriquez - Engels vir Akademiese Doeleindes / Spaanse Onderwyseres
Gebore: Chili, Suid-Amerika
Mej Henriquez het in 2014 in Nieu-Seeland aangekom, waarna sy vir ‘n jaar na Chili toe terug gegaan het. She het twee maande gelede na Nieu-Seeland toe terug gekom.
Sy praat Engels, Spaans, 'n bietjie Frans en 'n bietjie Portugees.

Sy se dit is vir haar baie moeilik om daaraan gewoond te raak om toebroodjies te eet vir middagete. In Chili eet hulle ‘n volle maaltyd vir middagete. Dit is ook anders in die sin dat skool 08:00 begin en eers 16:00 eindig.

In Chili se studente nooit vir onderwysers hello nie. Hulle behandel onderwysers nie soos mense nie. Hier is almal vriendelik met mekaar, verstaan dat ons almal menslik is en dat ons almal by mekaar kan leer.
제목: 어디에서 오셨나요?

Miss Henriquez – 아카데믹 영어/ 스페인어 교사
 
출생지: 남아메리카, 칠레
뉴질랜드 도착: 2014년, 이후 칠레에 돌아가 1년 동안 있은뒤 다시 두달전에 뉴질랜드에 도착 
언어 구사: 영어, 스페인어, 약간의 프랑스어, 약간의 포르투칼어.
 
칠레에서는 점심으로 제대로된 식사를 하기 때문에, 나에게는 점심으로 간단한 샌드위치를 먹는 것에 익숙해지기 어려웠다. 
또 다른점은 칠레에서는 학교 수업이 오전 8시에 시작해서 오후 4시에 끝난다는 점이다.
 
칠레에서는 학생들이 선생님들에게 인사를 잘 안하고 관심이 없는 경향이 있는데, 여기서는 모두가 서로에게 친절하고 모두가 인간으로서 서로를 보고 서로를 통해서 배울수 있다고 본다.
 
Concert Band Camp

From 6-8 May the Long Bay College Concert Band held its annual camp at Shakespear Lodge in Whangaparoa.

The 40 members of the band practiced over 9 hours of playing time during the weekend! Director Leah Munroe worked with the entire band, and there was also a two hour workshop with David Squire. An hour and a half of sectional rehearsals involved a variety of guest tutors making their way to the group. This included Mr Brooke, who worked with the brass section, Mr Thomas with percussion, Mr Youens – clarinets, Mr France – saxophones and Mrs Munroe – flutes.

As well as music, the annual sand sculpture competition was held on the beach and there was a variety of fun activities on Saturday evening. The camp concluded with a performance to parents on Sunday afternoon. A special thank you to all the staff and parents who attended this very successful camp.

Sheilah Winn Shakespeare
The winners of the recent North Shore Regional Competition for Sheilah Winn Shakespeare!

This group performed a 5 minute scene from Macbeth. Much work went into the planning, preparation and rehearsal of the piece, with talented and creative leadership coming from directors Savannah Schreuder and Jode Lee.

Actors from all Year levels outdid themselves in their intensity and brilliant performance skills. The group is travelling to Wellington for Queens Birthday Weekend for the National Finals. Wish them luck!
LBC Film Competition
Lights Camera Action!

LBC Film Competition launches this Friday 20th May at lunchtime in the Auditorium. It is now open to all Year levels. Come along to find out all the details and how to register your team.

Who will win bragging rights to being the best film makers at LBC? For more information you can find us on the Media Studies Facebook page:

 
Or on our Office 365 Sites page.
Flynn Steward
Look out for Year 9 student Flynn Steward who will be appearing in a feature film being released in Rialto Cinemas next month called West of Eden.

Flynn has recently been starring in TVNZ's new family drama Cul de Sac and is also playing the role of Dill in the play To Kill a Mockingbird which is on at The Civic until 22 May.
Beauty and the Beast
Congratulations to everyone who auditioned for this year's school production, The Beauty and the Beast. The cast list is as follows:
 
The Village
Belle - Briana Gordhan
Maurice - Christoan Wheeler
Gaston - Alex Quinn
Lefou - Jacob Lambert
Three Silly Girls - to be cast
Monsieur D'Arque - Logan Delaney
 
The Castle
Beast - Kane Evans
Mrs Potts - Savannah Schreuder
Chip - Mia Tayler
Lumiere - Blair McIntosh
Cogsworth - Madi Reid
Babette - Charlotte Morley
Madame (now Monsieur!) De La Grande Bouche - Jode Lee
 
Ensemble - Villagers, Enchanted Objects, Wolves, Puppeteers
Alex Kenny, Alex Matthews-White, Alisha Isherwood, Amelia Claridge, Anastasia Zaikina, Andrew Buys
April Driscoll, Eden Stephenson, Elaine du Toit, Emily Mason, Emma Turton, Eva Collins, Hannah Davenport
Harrison Walker Bell, Hayden Fisher, Isaac Alexander, Isla Sparks, Jack Scott, Keziah Berg, Marlece Jensen, Matt Coombe, Maya Reed, Millie Fairley, Riley Druce, Rosie Shephard, Sandy Morris, Sarah-Ellen Hale, Sasha Ellis, Sebastian Knott, Veronica Devlin
 
Declan Sweeney
Congratulations to Declan Sweeney who has been invited to trial with the Sydney FC Academy. This is an incredible opportunity for the Year 11 student and we wish him all the best for the two week trial in June.
Orienteering
Long Bay College competed at the North Island Secondary School Orienteering Championships in the last week of the school holidays with some good results.

Although we just missed out on a couple of medals Daniel Monckton placed 4th in the Sprint Race and 5th in the Long Course, and the Boys Relay team (Daniel Monckton, Liam Watkins Starrs and Euan Pike) placed 4th.
Floodlight Donation

Long Bay College would like to thank the following people for their kind donations to help support rugby at our school. Teams are now fortunate to train under portable flood lights on Tuesday and Thursday evenings thanks to the following:

- Leana Simpson
- Melinda Meaker
- Meerkat Plumbing & Drainage Ltd-Anita Marais
- Ollies Mobile Mechanic-Ollie Olewagen...
- Euroclad-Neil Purchase

Thank you again for your kind donation.

Hockey
Congratulations to Jessica Jones for making the U18 North Harbour Regional Women's Hockey Team, and Byron Buys for making the U18 North Harbour Regional Men's Squad.

Both Long Bay College students will train twice a week at Harbour and play in fortnightly tri-series mini tournaments against other regional teams. They then go down to Palmerston North for a week in the July school holidays to play in the National U18 tournament. Good luck to both of you.
Brandon Matthews

Well done to Year 12 student Brandon Matthews who competed in the 2016 New Zealand National Age Group Swimming Championships in the school holidays.

Brandon qualified and made his first ever individual final in this competition, in his 200m Backstroke event. This has placed him in the top 10 in the country for his age group 16 year old boys. His overall results place Brandon in the top 16 in New Zealand.

Brandon's commitment, hard training, and dedication to the sport is shown in his results, congratulations.

Brandon’s events and final placing for 16 year old boys were:
- 200m Backstroke 10th placing overall
- 100m Backstroke 16th placing overall
- 50m Backstroke 15th placing overall
- 200m Individual Medley 11th placing overall
- 100m Freestyle 13th placing overall
- 100m Butterfly 14th placing overall
- 50m Butterfly 23th placing overall

- 4 x 100m Freestyle – Coast Swimming Club Team relay 10th placing overall
- 4 x 100m Individual Medley – Coast Swimming Club Team relay
10th placing overall

The Coast Swim Club team came 11th overall out of 62 clubs, in overall team points.

What's Coming Up?
Thursday 19 May  -  Year 9 APOPS Discovery Concert
Friday 20 May - Sunday 22 May  -  Big Band and Voxette Camp
Tuesday 24 May  -  Level 3 History Alberton House/Auckland Museum Trip
Thursday 26 May  -  Visual Arts Trip to Exhibition
Friday 27 - Saturday 29 May  -  MUNA Trip
Wednesday 1 June - Thursday 2 June  -  Senior Maori Rotorua Trip
Friday 3 June  -  Teacher Only Day
Monday 6 June  -  Queen’s Birthday weekend holiday
Tuesday 7 June - Friday 17 June  -  Year 13 Drama Production
Wednesday 8 June - Friday 10 June  -  New Zealand Chamber Music Festival
Friday 10 June  -  New Zealand Smokefree Rockquest
Tuesday 14 June - Wednesday 15 June  -  Big Sing Festival
Friday 17 June  -  Mufti Day
Monday 20 June - Friday 24 June  -  Junior Dance Showcase
Monday 20 June - Friday 24 June  -  Year 12 Drama Production
Wednesday 22 June - Friday 24 June  -  Level 3 Geography Trip to Rotorua
Friday 24 June  -  Level 2 EAP Zoo/Stardome Trip
Thursday 30 June  -  Level 3 PE Trip to Woodhill Forest
Thursday 30 June  -  Stage Challenge
Friday 1 July  -  Multicultural Show
Monday 4 July - Friday 8 July  -  Year 12 Drama Production
Friday 8 July  -  End of Term 2
 

Ko te Rāpare te tekau mā iwa o Haratua  -  Tau iwa APOPS konohete
Ko te Rāmere te rua tekau o Haratua  -   He hopuni mō Pēne Nui me Voxette
ki te Rātapu te rua tekau mā rua o Haratua-
Ko te Rātū te rua tekau mā whā o Haratua  -  Kōeke toru Hītori
Ko te Rāpare te rua tekau mā ono o Haratua  -  Te Tiripi o Toi ki Whare Toi
Ko te Rāmere te rua tekau mā whitu-
ki te Rāhoroi te rua tekau mā iwa o Haratua  -  Te Tiripi o MUNA
Ko te Rātū te toru tekau mā tahi-                          
ki te Rāpare te tuarua o Pipiri  -   Te Tiripi Māori ki Rotorua
Ko te Rāmere te tuatoru o Pipiri  -  Te Rā Kaiako
Ko te Rāhina te tuaono o Pipiri  -  Te Mutungā Wiki o Kuīni
Ko te Rātū te tuawhitu o Pipiri-                              
ki te Rāmere te tekau mā whitu o Pipiri  -  Tau tekau mā toru Whakaari
Ko te Rāapa te tuawaru o Pipiri-                            
ki te Rāmere te tekau o Pipiri  -  Te Hui Taurima o Pūoru Chamber
Ko te Rāmere te tekau o Pipiri  -  Te Rockquest o Aotearoa
Ko te Rātū te tekau mā whā o Pipiri-                      
ki te Rāapa te tekau mā rima o Pipiri  -  Te Hui Taurima o Waiata Nui
Ko te Rāmere te tekau mā whitu o Pipiri  -  Kāore ngā ākonga e mau i ngā kākahu kura
Ko te Rāhina te rua tekau o Pipiri-                         
ki te Rāmere te rua tekau mā whā o Pipiri  -  Te Kanikani Whakaari
Ko te Rāhina te rua tekau o Pipiri-                         
ki te Rāmere te rua tekau mā whā o Pipiri  -  Tau tekau mā rua Whakaari
Ko te Rāapa te rua tekau mā rua o Pipiri-             
ki te Rāmere te rua tekau mā whā o Pipiri  -  Te Tiripi Tiokarewhi mō tau tekau mā toru ki Rotorua
Ko te Rāmere te rua tekau mā whā o Pipiri  -  Te Tiripi Rawhi Whakaaturanga mō EAP
Ko te Rāpare te toru tekau o Pipiri  - Te Tiripi Hauora mō tau tekau mā toru ki te ngahere o Woodhill
Ko te Rāpare te toru tekau o Pipiri - Stage Challenge
Ko te Rāmere te tuatahi o Hōngoingoi  -  Te Whakaari o Tikanga
Ko te Rāhina te tuawhā o Hōngoingoi-                  
ki te Rāmere te tuawaru o Hōngoingoi  -  Tau tekau mā rua Whakaari      
Ko te Rāmere te tuawaru o Hōngoingoi  -  Te Mutunga o te Wāhanga Rua
 
    
5月19日,星期四  -  九年级生奥克兰爱乐乐团音乐会                  
5月20日,星期五-5月22日,星期日  -  音乐会乐队野营
5月24日,星期二  -  L3历史,至Alberton House 奥克兰博物馆
5月26日,星期四  -  外出学习:美术。至展览会
5月27日,星期五-5月29日,星期六  -  外出:MUNA(模拟联合国大会)
6月1日,星期三-6月2日,星期四  -  外出学习:高年级生,毛利语,至罗托鲁阿
6月3日,星期五  -  教师来校日
6月6日,星期一  -  女王生日,放假
6月7日,星期二-6月17日,星期五  -  十三年级戏剧演出
6月8日,星期三-6月10日,星期五  -  新西兰室内音乐节
6月10日,星期五  -  Smokefree Rockquest“无烟”摇滚舞台
6月14日,星期二-6月15日,星期三  -  大合唱节
6月17日,星期五  -  无校服日
6月20日,星期一-6月24日,星期五  -  低年级生舞蹈展示
6月20日,星期一-6月24日,星期  -  十二年级戏剧演出
6月22日,星期三-6月24日,星期五  -  外出学习:L3地理,至罗托鲁阿
6月24日,星期五  -  外出学习:L2EAP,至动物园/星象馆
6月30日,星期四  -  外出学习:L3体育,至伍德山森林公园
6月30日,星期四  -  舞台挑战
7月1日,星期五  -  多元文化表演(Multicultural Show)
7月4日,星期一-7月8日,星期五  -  十二年级戏剧演出
7月8日,星期五  -  第二学期结束
                                                   

Donderdag 19 Mei  -  Jaar 9 APOPS Discovery Konsert
Vrydag 20 Mei-Sondag 22 Mei  -  Big Band en Voxette Kamp
Dinsdag 24 Mei  -  Level 3 Geskiedenis Alberton Huis / Auckland Museum Uitstappie
Donderdag, 26 Mei  -  Visuele Kunste Uitstappie na Uitstalling
Vrydag 27 tot Saterdag 29 Mei  -  MUNA Trip
Woensdag 1 Junie-Donderdag 2 Junie  -  Senior Maori Rotorua Uitstappie
Vrydag 3 Junie  -  Onderwysers Professionele Ontwikkeling Dag
Maandag 6 Junie  -  Queen’s Birthday naweek vakansie
Dinsdag 7 Junie - Vrydag 17 Junie  -  Jaar 13 Drama Produksie
Woensdag 8 Junie tot Vrydag 10 Junie  -  Nieu-Seeland Kamermusiekfees
Vrydag 10 Junie Nieu  -  Seeland Smokefree Rockquest
Dinsdag 14 Junie tot Wednesday 15 Junie  -  Big Sing fees
Vrydag 17 Junie  -  Mufti Dag
Maandag 20 Junie tot Vrydag 24 Junie  -  Junior Dans Showcase
Maandag 20 Junie - Vrydag, 24 Junie  -  Jaar 12 Drama Produksie
Woensdag 22 Junie - Vrydag 24 Junie  -  Level 3 Aardrykskunde Uitstappie na Rotorua
Vrydag 24 Junie  -  Level 2  EAP Dieretuin / Stardome Uitstappie
Donderdag 30 Junie  -  Level 3 Liggaamlike Opvoeding Uitstappie na Woodhill Forest
Donderdag 30 Junie  -  Stage Challenge
Vrydag 1 Julie  -  Multikulturele Konsert
Maandag 4 Julie - Vrydag 8 Julie  -  Jaar 12 Drama Produksie
Fryday 8 Julie  -  Einde van termyn 2
 



5월 19일 목요일  -  Year 9(9학년) APOPS Discovery Concert (오케스트라 음악 연주회)
5월 20일 금요일-5월 22일 일요일  -  콘서트 밴드 캠프
5월 24일 화요일  -  Level 3 역사학 앨버턴 하우스/오클랜드 박물관 현장학습
5월 26일 목요일  -  시각 미술 전시회 현장학습
5월 27일 금요일-5월29일 토요일  -  MUNA 현장학습
6월 1일 수요일-6월 2일 목요일  -  상급생 로토루아 현장학습
6월 3일 금요일  -  Teacher Only Day (교사만 학교 오는날)
6월 6일 월요일  -  여왕탄생일 공휴일
6월 7일 화요일 - 6월 17일 금요일  -  Year 13(13학년) 드라마 제작 
6월 8일 수요일 - 6월 10일 금요일  -  뉴질랜드 챔버(실내악음악 페스티벌
6월 10일 금요일  -  Smokefree 음악 행사(뉴질랜드 오리지널 노래대회)
6월 14일 화요일 - 6월 15일 수요일  -  노래 대축제
6월 17일 금요일  -  사복입는날
6월 20일 월요일 - 6월 24일 금요일  -  주니어 댄스 쇼케이스
6월 20일 월요일 - 6월 24일 금요일  -  Year 12(12학년) 드라마 제작
6월 22일 수요일 - 6월 24일 금요일  -  Level 3 지리학 로토루아 현장학습  
6월 24일 금요일  -  Level 2 EAP  동물원/스타돔 현장학습
6월 30일 목요일  -  Level 3 체육 Woodhill Forest 현장학습
6월 30일 목요일  -  단계 도전
7월  1일  금요일  -  다문화 쇼(인터내셔널 학생들이 자국의 전통과 문화를 퍼포먼스하는 쇼)
7월 4일 월요일 - 7월 8일 금요일  -  Year 12(12학년) 드라마 제작
7월 8일 금요일  -  2학기 종료
 
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