Archery Champ Archery

Congratulations to Kane Edgeworth who competed at the 2019 National Archery Indoor Championship over the weekend. Kane achieved great results shooting in the senior and master archers group and received a Gold medal for his age class!

Year 9 2020 Enrolments

If you are thinking of enrolling your child into Year 9 in 2020, it is not too late to register your interest. Please contact the school office to arrange an enrolment interview for our final enrolment evening on Tuesday 10 September.

Biology Trip to WellingtonBio

As part of their studies, Year 13 Biology students travelled to Wellington and visited Te Papa and the Wellington Zoo. Despite the wet weather, students enjoyed visiting the zoo classroom, and a bonus to catch up with ex Awatapu College student Victoria Buckley (2014), who has graduated with a BSc in Zoology and Ecology, and is now working as a visitor ranger at Wellington Zoo.

Education Trust AGM

The Awatapu College Educational Trust invites members to attend the Annual General Meeting on Wednesday 11 September 2019 at 5.30pm. The meeting will take place in the College Conference Room and will be followed by a light supper.

IHC Art Awards - People's Choice WinnerMalachi

Congratulations to Malachi Oldridge who won the 2019 IHC Art Awards People’s Choice Award for his artwork, My Nani as a Māori Girl. Malachi’s artwork was selected as the favourite from the 30 finalists. Thank you to everybody who voted! Malachi was presented with the People’s Choice Award and his prize of $1,000 at the IHC Art Awards gala evening at Shed 6 in Wellington. During this awards presentation, the 30 finalist artworks were also auctioned, with all proceeds going directly to the artists. Malachi was also presented with 3rd place overall.

Malachi was recently interviewed by Stuff. Click here to read the article. Photo credit David Unwin (Stuff).

Senior Exams

Senior Exams will be held Wednesday 11 September to Tuesday 17 September (Week 8 and 9). The library will be open for study during the day. Morning exams will run from 9.10am-12.10pm and most afternoon examinations will run from 1.10pm-4.10pm. There will be a few exceptions. Be on time for your exams and come prepared. If you have a clash, please alert your teachers for alternative times. Click here to view the examination timetable

Years 11-13 are permitted to wear mufti during the examination period (normal mufti code applies).

These examinations provide an opportunity for both your child and their teachers to get an indication of their academic progress. They are also important because if for an unforeseen circumstance, such as an illness or accident, where your child cannot sit an NCEA examination, then the grades they achieve in the school examinations will be used as evidence for derived grades.

Exams 2019

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