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August 2017 Newsletter

In this issue:  Principal Notes, College Calender, Technology News, Youth Commonwealth Games, International News and Vocational Pathway News.

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August 2017 Newsletter

School Vision Survey-Term 3

Kia ora whanau

We would very much appreciate your responses to our quick school vision survey.

Thank-you very much in advance

please click on the link below to start the anonymous survey…

School Vision Survey

 

Change to Uniform Shop hours

The uniform shop hours during school term are now:

  • Monday Lunch-time: 1.25pm to 2.10pm
  • Tuesday before school: 8.30 am to 8.45 am
  • Wednesday Interval: 11.00am to 11.25am

Uniform Shop Manager:  Mary Turner – 753 3296 (home)

July 2017 Newsletter

In this issue: Principal Notes, College Calender, Junior Oratory Results, Technology Department News, Winter Gala, NZ Senior Men’s Roller Hockey, Vocational Pathways – Te Waka Huarahi

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July 2017 Newsletter

2017 SPOTSWOOD COLLEGE SENIOR ORATORY

YEAR 11 SPEECH

1st                   Ethan Griffiths

2nd                   Jack Cochran

3rd                   Phoebe Pepper

Highly Commended                      Chris Hobson

Highly Commended                      Tenaya Richardson

Highly Commended                      Liam Nicholas

 

YEAR 12 MONOLOGUE

1st                   Katie Pullen

2nd                   Sarai Smith

3rd Equal       Caitlin Brown

                       Nadia Hill

YEAR 12 PERSUASIVE SPEECH

1st                   Gemma Clarges

2nd                   Karoline Johl

3rd                   Tanwen Edwards

 

YEAR 13 LITERARY SEMINAR

1st                   Valya Bykova

2nd                   Jess Waiariki

2017 SPOTSWOOD COLLEGE JUNIOR ORATORY

YEAR 10 SPEECH

1st                             Iain Hannam-Williams

2nd  Equal                 Luke Robertson

2nd Equal                 Sam Skinner

3rd  Equal                 Miles Hawighorst

3rd  Equal                  Cara Moffitt

3rd  Equal                  Rohan Crookbain

Highly Commended               Jazz Gallagher

Highly Commended                Ido Doron

Highly Commended                Kohana Clothier

YEAR 9  SPEECH

1st                                 Malakai Latavao

2nd Equal                      Sijenna Poole

2nd Equal                      Ilse German

2nd Equal                       Imogen Eriksen

3rd Equal                      Bee Tran-Lawrence

3rd Equal                      Tim Hobson

4th Equal                      Jalyn Robinson

4th Equal                       George Lehrke

4th Equal                      Oliver Hill

Highly Commended   Ben Longstaff

Highly Commended   Bella Harvey-Karen

Highly Commended   Reuben Neilson

Highly Commended   Keisha Morgan

Highly Commended   Heiani Green

Highly Commended   Rosie Bolger

June 2017 Newsletter

In this issue:  Principal Notes, College Calender, Year 9 and 10 E TŪ, Noumea study scholarship, Sport, Star News, Vocational Pathway News.

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June 2017 Newsletter

SCHOOL BUS SAFETY CAMPAIGN

A campaign targeting drivers who flout the rules when passing stationery school buses is currently underway in Taranaki.

The initiative is the next phase of the “What Are You Missing” road safety strategy which was been on-going since 2014.

The speed limit for safely passing a school bus, in either direction, stopped to let children on or off, is 20kmh.

Drivers could be fined $150 for exceeding 20kmh past a stationery school bus, with the fine increasing to $360 for travelling at 50kmh above the limit and 50 demerit points while drivers who speed at more than 50kmh would automatically have their licence suspended for 28 days and would be summoned to appear in court.

There have been several accidents outside the College this year that could have been avoided had drivers observed the road rules.

Your assistance in observing the 20kmh sped limit would be greatly appreciated.

Phil Gayton
Chairman,
Health & Safety committee

 

May 2017 Newsletter

In this issue:  Principal Notes, College Calender, NCEA Success, International News, Year 10 Health, Spotlight on Sport, Star Cooking Course and Vocational Pathways.

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May 2017 Newsletter

April 2017 Newsletter

In this issue: Principal Notes, Term 2 News, Learning Support News, Mooting News, PTA News, Year 9 and 10 E TŪ, Carnival Day, Science Department News, Common Room Move, Volleyball, Vocational Pathways News.

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April 2017 Newsletter