Biology Olympiad Programme

Congratulations to Kyann Williams who was selected in the New Zealand International Biology Olympiad programme and awarded a bronze certificate. The programme involves completing a series of Mastering Biology assignments, Education Perfect tests, and discussions in a closed Facebook group.

Snow Camp 2019

In the last week of Term Three, 23 students set off on the Snow Experience Camp. We arrived on a sunny Sunday, full of excitement and anticipation, particularly those that had never been to the mountain before. Unfortunately weather conditions deteriorated over the next two days, and although we were able to spend some time on the mountain, the comfort of the lodge with its warm fire was more appealing for most. On the final day, after an overnight storm and a frozen road, students caught the big four-wheel drive buses down the mountain to return a little earlier than expected. What an adventure! Meals to cook for large numbers! Fires to light for the first time! Wood to bring in from a half buried wood shed! It certainly was a Snow Experience Camp and one to remember!

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Co-Leaders 2020

Congratulations to Nathanael Mitchell and Ashleigh Richards who have been named Co-Leaders for 2020.

Co Leaders

House Champions 2019

Congratulations to Ngata House for taking out the 2019 House Competition!

Honours House

The full house results were:
1st Place: Ngata

2nd Place: Hillary
3rd Place: Sheppard
4th Place: Rutherford

Dux Litterarum 2019

Congratulations to Ellie Kilty who was named Dux Litterarum at the 2019 Senior Honours Awards. Well done to all those who received awards.

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Central Energy Trust Bursaries

Applications for 2020 Central Energy Trust Bursaries are now open!! Bursaries are awarded both for academic study and vocational study. Each Bursary will be awarded for up to three years and have a value of up to $4,000, with the period and amount dependent on the type and duration of study. 

The Central Energy Trust 2020 Supreme Award is also available. This award will be presented to the outstanding application for the 2020 year. Trustees will consider academic results, leadership skills, sport and community involvement in making their decision. This Bursary is to the value of $15,000; $5,000 per year over a period of three years.

Applicants for the bursary must be New Zealand citizens or permanent residents, must reside in the Manawatu/Tararua region (the old CentralPower Electricity Trust Area) and be intending to reside and study in the Manawatu/Tararua region for the duration of their course of study. The closing date for applications is 5.00pm Friday 15 November 2019.

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For more information, please visit the Central Energy Trust website

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