Are you interested in developing your leadership skills, meeting other passionate young people and looking at what climate change means for the future of New Zealand? The Climate Challenge Conference is running on the 3rd and 4th of June at Victoria University in Wellington. It will be full of speakers, leadership workshops and interactive simulations that will equip you to be a leader in your community and take action on climate change! It’s a youth for youth initiative, run for and by high school students from all over the country. Registrations close on the 27th so get in quick: www.climatechallenge.nz
FRIDAY 2nd JUNE - PERIOD 5
Service Council will be visiting form classes collecting $3.00 from Wednesday 24th May - Wednesday 31st May.
Your $3.00 gets you access to the event, paint and hot food.
Any questions contact Sam Penney - email@example.com
May 26th - Year 9's to year 12's can wear ONE pink item of clothing - the form class with the most people wearing ONE pink item on the day will win a pizza lunch!
Year 13's and teachers come in the most creative and extravagant outfit you can think of, and at lunch time there will be a fashion show for all the year 13's and teachers who want to show off their outfit in the school hall. There will be prizes for the best dressed.
We will be collecting donations but you don't have to donate anything to participate or watch.
All year levels are welcome to come along for a fun lunch time, watch the fashion show, and vote for your favourite outfits.
If you want to read more about Pink Shirt Day, visit https://www.
Future Leaders Academy NZ - Junior Leadership Development Program
Do you: Aspire to be a school leader or team captain? Want to improve your leadership skills? Want to better yourself and increase your future opportunities?
On our five day course you will:
- Learn the qualities and values of a leader
- Practice how to lead a team in any situation, and know what it takes to lead by example
- Learn how to use a highly effective planning and decision making tool
- Receive a course certificate for your CV, and improve your confidence and communication skills
- Network with other leaders
Our practical, fun and effective training will have you ready to take on leadership roles within school, work and family. Based on the NZ Army Leadership Framework.
Open to Year 12 and 13 students. Course is run in Wellington over 5 days, cost includes accommodation and food.
Book now! Spaces limited to 24 students. Call 0800 FUTURE or go to https://www.flacademy.co.nz
Dates are 10-14 July (week one, term two holidays). Price $700 per student.
Student Parking is in the new car park off Hillcrest Road ONLY!!!
Parks on college grounds are for staff and visitors only.
Welcome to 2017 at Kapiti College. The Food Depot as an important part of the college culture we plan to cater for as many people on the campus as possible. Attached is the first menu for 2017. You will notice that some items are highlighted in red. These items can only be pre ordered and will not be offered over the counter.
We are keen to cater for every dietary requirement. So if adjustments are required for nourishing food please just ask. Flexibility is one of our attributes.
Click the image below to view the 2017 Menu
Lunch pre-orders for lunch must be made before the end of interval or 11 am on Thursdays.
Orders can be placed in person or by email if you set up a canteen card credit account.
Canteen cards are a form of prepaid credit at the canteen which can also be used as gift cards.
Students can purchase canteen cards to make purchases at the Food Depot.
Hours of operation
Mon, Tues, Wed, Fri
11.10am – 11.40am
1.40pm – 2.20pm
8.30am – 10.05am
12.40 – 1.20 pm
Times may vary if Kapiti College changes periods for sports days or other events
Service outside these times is only available to teachers and year 13 students with study breaks.
Our chilled cabinet is filled with fresh baking savoury and sweet and will change from time to time. Muffins and scones and fresh fruit are also available and will change regularly.
Often the queues are long. Please be patient. The staff will endeavour to serve as quick and efficiently as possible. To avoid the interval and lunch queue take advantage of pre ordering food which can be collected from the outside window.
Annick Le Guen