Arts Week Soiree

We are proud to announce our 15th year of celebrating the Performing Arts in the school community and warmly invite friends and family to attend the Arts Week Soiree


When: Wednesday 30 June and Thursday 1 July
Where: Awatapu College Auditorium
Time: 7pm till 9pm

The Arts Week Soiree features a variety of musical and performing arts items and promises to entertain the whole family including Senior Idol finalists, vocal groups, the house dances, rock bands and much more.

Tickets are available at the door
$10 per family (Mum and Dad and all the kids)
$5 for single adults and unsupervised students
$2 for students (with adult)
Toddlers and small children are free

Teacher Only Day - School Closed

Please note the school will be closed on Tuesday 15 June due to a Teacher Only Day. Normal timetable will resume Wednesday 16 June. 

Special Needs Block Exploration Day

The Awatapu College Special Needs Block invites Year 7 & 8 students to an exploration day. 

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Mobile Dental Unit Visit

The Mobile Dental Unit will be visiting Awatapu College from Tuesday 8th June to examine and provide preventative treatment (cleaning, fissure sealants, x-rays and fluoride treatment) where required for patients due for their annual check.
Students requiring further treatment, (fillings and extractions) will be sent an information pamphlet, medical history update form and consent form. These will need to be signed and returned to either the Mobile or the school office before any treatment is undertaken.

If parents have any concerns or wish to be present at their child’s dental appointment please contact the Dental Team on 
027 457 2097

 Mobile Dentist

Open Night 2021

Wednesday 4 August 2021

5.30pm to 7.30pm

Awatapu College Gymnasium

Students and Parents interested in joining Awatapu College in the year 2022 are warmly invited to attend the Awatapu College Open Night (including Special Needs Block) on Wednesday 4 August 2021 at 5.30pm. Please assemble in the College Gymnasium. Enquiries at all year levels are welcome.

Open Night Facebook Cover Photo

Pūhoro Event

Thursday 7 May, at an event at Massey University, the Associate Minister for Education, Kelvin Davis, announced that the Pūhoro STEM Academy would receive government funding to the tune of $2.97 million over the next three years, to expand. Awatapu students Erana Manu, Hinemaia Winikeri, Ariana Winikeri and Matai Tait were invited along to witness the announcement. Erana presented a speech about how Pūhoro has helped her with STEM subjects, and how she is looking forward to going to university next year to start a Bachelor of Science degree. 

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