Board of Trustees Student Rep Election 2020/2021

Nominations for the Board of Trustees Student Representative 2020/2021 is now open. Nomination forms are available from the School Office and should be returned to the Returning Officer, Denny Brunton, by 12 noon on Friday 4 September.

Education Trust AGM

The Awatapu College Educational Trust invites members to attend the Annual General Meeting on Wednesday 9 September 2020 at 5.30pm. The meeting will take place in the College Conference Room and will be followed by a light supper.

Senior Leadership Nominations and Scholarship Applications

Student nominations for 2019 Senior Leadership positions, Senior Honours Student Nominations, and Scholarship Applications close 3.30pm Tuesday 8 September. Nominations forms are available from the school office or for download here:

Senior Leadership Nomination Form

Senior Honours Nomination Form

Scholarship Application

Senior leadership nominations include co-leader, house leader, arts captain, sports captain, academic captain and student council positions. These positions are open to all current Year 12 students. The expectation is that students running for leadership positions will also be considered for house leader roles. All of those students looking to become a co-leader will have to the opportunity to speak to the school before the election.

Senior honours award nominations are for outstanding achievement in the areas of service, sport, culture and/or arts. Nominations are for Year 13 students only.

Scholarship applications cover all scholarships offered at Awatapu College, e.g. Education Trust scholarships, PTA scholarships. Applications are open to all Year 13 students.

Senior Exams

Senior Exam Timetable Wednesday 9th September - Tuesday 15 September 2020 (CLICK HERE)

Update from Ministry of Education on Face Coverings/Masks on Buses

There is emerging international evidence that the use of masks and face coverings can reduce the risk of infected people spreading COVID-19. Masks and face coverings can be particularly useful if there is a risk of undetected community transmission and people are in close proximity to each other, or are unable to physically distance.
Face coverings will therefore be required on public transport (buses, trains and commuter ferries) from 11.59pm on Sunday 30 August.
The key impact the new requirement will have on the school community is that students aged 12 and above will be required to wear a face covering when on public transport.
School transport is NOT included in this requirement.

Mufti Day

Reminder, there is a mufti day on Wednesday 12 August 2020. This is a gold coin donation.

Red Nose Mufti Day