Winter Sports Reminder

It’s been great to see our winter sports teams in action over the last few weeks. If you haven’t already, check out the Awatapu College Sports Facebook page for our latest news and photos.

With winter sports now in full swing, players and spectators are reminded of the College’s expectations. We expect our players and teams to be committed, turn up to their games on time and with the correct equipment, and to pay their fees in a timely manner. We expect all players and spectators to have a “fair play attitude” and to respect their team, opponents and referees. All the best to our teams this year. Go hard and play fair!!

A reminder, sports fees are now OVERDUE! If your son/daughter is playing a sport this winter and you haven’t made payment, please do so promptly.

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Sailing Success

Congratulations to Jack Scrivener and Lucy Scrivener on their sailing successes for the 2018-2019 season. Jack was awarded Most Improved Junior Sailor, 1st in the Manawatu Open Bic River Race and 1st in the Open Bic Championship. Lucy placed 11th out of 18th in the Overall Laser Cup. Lucy had only started sailing in a laser boat halfway through the season which makes this achievement even more impressive. Lucy also came 2nd in the Open Bic River Race.

Japanese Trivia Contest Japanese

Congratulations to the Year 9 and 10 teams who competed at the NZ Schools Japanese Trivia Contest earlier this term. The Awa A team placed 2nd and were voted ‘best dressed’. The Awa B and Awa Y9 placed 4th and 5th, respectively. Well done!

Young Women In Leadership

The Young Women in Leadership Team wish to thank all those families, staff members and businesses for providing items for their project. The group has now assembled over one hundred care packages for the Women's Refuge to provide toiletries and other gifts for women arriving at the refuge. The project will finish at the end of term so if you still want to donate some items, please send them along and they will be put to good use. 

Dance Workshop

Earlier this term, 17 students were involved in a ballet workshop run by the Royal New Zealand Ballet Company. The group learnt two short dance sequences from the RNZB Black Swan White Swan. A huge thank you to Chloe Bishop and Pagan Dorgan for sharing their love of ballet with our students.

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Arts Week SoireeSoiree

Arts Week Soiree - 7pm Wednesday 26 and Thursday 27 June in the College Auditorium.

Tickets 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

We look forward to seeing you there!

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