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Please find important start up information for Term One, 2015:
January, 28th and 29th
Course Confirmation, all senior students 10am – 3pm
Friday, January 30th
Teacher Only Day
Monday, February 2nd
All students will be in full school uniform, and report to the Hall at the times listed below:
Year 13 9am – 3pm
Year 12 10 – 11am
Year 11 11am – 12noon
Year 10 1 – 3pm
Tuesday, February 3rd
Year 9 and Year 13 all day
Year 9 to assemble at the courtyard by the Hall at 9am for mihi whakatau. Please bring some paper and a pen.
Wednesday, February 4th
Year 9 and Year 13 – all day
BBQ lunch for all Year 9, new students and families 12.30pm
Sports and Cultural Expo
Thursday, February 5th
All students at school all day – normal timetable
Friday, February 6th
Waitangi Day – Public Holiday
The prize list will be read to Year 9 on Thursday afternoon and those parents and caregivers who daughters are receiving prizes will receive an invitation to Prizegiving later this week. The evening is not compulsory for all Junior students to attend.
We look forward to seeing you on the 9th.
The Dunedin Combined Christmas Foodbank is currently preparing for the distribution of 320 Christmas dinner food parcels as a contribution to families and individuals needing assistance for their Christmas celebrations.
Families and individuals wanting to complete an application form can contact one of the organisations below from Monday 3rd December – the close off date for receiving applications is December 12th, 2014.
Applications can be made to:
Presbyterian/Family Works reception 03 4777116
Anglican Family Care Reception 03 4770801
Catholic Social Services 03 4553838
St Vincent de Paul 03 4770555
The Methodist Mission 03 466 3403
If you need help in contacting these organisations then please contact us
Congratulations to the The Royals, our Pacific Island group, who performed at the RSA Summer Time Concert last night in the town hall. The performance undertaken by this fabulous group of young women, and men, has been described as spectacular and impressive by one concert goer. Well done, girls!
“I have never seen anything like it before, I go to a lot of theatre and shows but their performance was spectacular! I was most impressed and it is so lovely to see young ones involved in their culture and sharing it with others. There is often so much negativity of young people today but I know how much time and commitment goes into rehearsing a performance like that and you can all be very proud of your young people that represented your school last night”
If your daughter is considering entering a trade then this seminar could be for you. You are invited to enjoy an evening chatting and listening to current Otago Polytechnic Automotive and Mechanical Engineering students as they showcase their end-of year-projects. Our tutors will host interactive demonstrations in welding, automotive, fabrication and machining, and our built-from-scratch grass karts will be on display!
For those already in the industry, preview our state-of-the-art automotive and mechanical equipment, and see how we use this leading-edge technology to train our students.
For those who enjoy getting their hands dirty – this is an event not to be missed!
RSVP by Friday, 31 October to firstname.lastname@example.org
Pick your themes from Retro Fashion, Collectibles, Skins n Things, Foodies, Tickled Pink, Carnival, Visit NZ, Taste of NZ, African Safari and Experience NZ and order up large for all your whanau & friends.
1 pack of 5 $8.50
3 packs $22.00
5 packs $35.00
Order forms are available from the link below or from the School Office and payment by Monday 24th Nov at the latest.
A huge thanks from Queen’s Rowing for your support.