Open Night 2014

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Parenting a Sports Champion

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He Waka Kōtuia Final Dress Rehearsal

He_Waka_KotuiaHe Waka Kōtuia, the Queen’s and King’s kapa haka group are heading to Gisborne to represent us at the National Secondary Schools Kapa Haka Championships in July. To show our support of the group we’d love to see you all at the Dunedin Town Hall on July 24th from 7pm to join them in their final dress rehearsal before flying out.

Tickets are $20 for waged and $10 for children/unwaged. These can be bought from Queen’s High School, King’s High School, and the University of Otago Māori Centre.

For more information please contact Whaea Ford

NCEA Fees Due

NZQA logoNCEA Fees need be paid before the end of this term. Any student completing Unit Standards and Achievement Standards during the year need to pay the fee in order to have their achievement accepted and reported by NZQA. Please pay this by Friday 4th July, the last day of term. This payment can be made to the student office or paid off by automatic payment, providing you have sufficient payments being made.

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Queen’s Connection with local and Māori History Project

lara1aOur Humanities Learning Area Leader, Lara Hearn-Rollo, along with the Head of Humanities at Logan Park High School, Paul Enright, were recently invited to Auckland by Maori Affairs Minister Pita Sharples for the national launch of Te Takanga o Te Wā: Ngā Hītori Māori, which included their NCEA level 1 assessment Te Maiharoa: Prophet, Pacifist, Protestor. The unit is an investigation of an historic event or place of significance to New Zealanders – in this case, a study of Te Maiharoa, and his involvement in the Kāi Tahu land issues of the 19th century. Te Takanaga has had a further $1.6 million allocated to it to help with development of local and Māori history resources for teachers and school over the next three years. For more about this story featured in the ODT click here

Commended at the “Big Sing”

Our Queen’s High School choir Vocarmony received a Commended Award at the Big Sing New Zealand secondary schools choir festival gala held on Wednesday night at the Town Hall. The girls performed 3 pieces Glorificamus Te by Eugene Butler, This Bluest Pearl by Helen Caskie and Viva la Vida by Colplay. There were 20 choirs there from Otago and South Canterbury and were very well received by the audience. Congratulations, girls!

For more about the Big Sing click here

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Nigel Latta

The Queen’s High School PSTA is hosting Nigel Latta at the Queen’s and King’s Performing Arts Centre on 14th July at 7.30pm. We would love to see you at this show, so make sure you book your tickets early!

You can find out more on Nigel’s Facebook Page or by email

Rugby @ Forsyth Barr

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Twelve Queen’s girls were flag bearers for the All Black v English rugby test at the Forsyth Barr Stadium on Saturday night. There are more photos on Sports Photo Gallery

 

Congratulations Ella!

Ella cross countryCongratulations to Ella Scott who came second in the Otago Secondary School Cross Country champs which was run at Kaikorai Valley College today! A superb effort, Ella, well done!! Additional photos are on the Sports Photo Gallery

Another TV Appearance!

Also, our kapahaka team were on the news welcoming the All Blacks to Dunedin – ka pai! (Click on the photo to view the video.)

 

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