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Holiday Workshops
by Ragne Maxwell - Tuesday, 30 September 2014, 9:25 AM
 

WEEK ONE

Monday 29th

French 10-2 B12 JL

Tuesday 30th

Maths 9-3 L1&2 RW (resits of Multivariate data, Bivariate date, Number and Trigonometry)

PE 8.30-3 V3 PB (PB's 101 & 301)

SST 9-5 Library NH 

Wednesday 1st

Art 9-3 A2 CB

Drama 12-2 Hall SM 

Music 101 4-5.30 OS

PED 101 JN

SST 9-5 Library NH 

Thursday 2nd

Drama 12-2 Hall SM 

Film Making 10-2 AW

PED 101 CL

TAF 10-3 D6 MA

Friday 3rd

GEO schol 9.30 PK

WEEK TWO

Monday 6th

English 101 9-3 C2 GD

Tuesday 7th

MWC 301 10-2.30 B7 LI

PE 8.30-3 V3 PB (PB's 101 & 301)

Wednesday 8th

Art 9-3 A2 CB

Art and Film 9-3 JD

Drama 12-2 SM Hall

ECO101 10-3 E7 OT

English 101 9-3 C2 GD

English all levels 9-6 MK

Music 101 4-5.30 OS

Thursday 9th

Drama 12-2 Hall SM

English 10-4 C9 NE (English 202 resubs preferred)

English all levels 9-6 MK

Film Making 10-2 AW

TAF 10-3 D6 MA

Friday 10th

English all levels 9-6 MK

 
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Movie Night
by Ragne Maxwell - Friday, 26 September 2014, 11:06 AM
 

Unity of Sacramento hosts a movie night every 4th Friday in the main sanctuary for family and friends.The Y13 Council is looking to host a whole school movie night next term at the college and had come up with a list of movies to select from. Money raised from the movie night will be donated to charity. Vote for your choice of movie.

 
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REVISION STARTS NOW
by Ragne Maxwell - Thursday, 25 September 2014, 12:31 PM
 


Senior students should now be making individual revision timetables - shared with your school e-mail, paper copies with form teachers and links below. It is important that the holidays are used to begin a serious revision programme for NCEA. Fulfil your potential and pass with the best results you can.

NCEA Revision Timetable

Level 1 Revision Topics

Level 2 Revision Topics

Level 3 Revision Topics

 
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Have your say
by Ragne Maxwell - Monday, 22 September 2014, 5:56 PM
 

 
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KC SHADOW ELECTIONS
by Ragne Maxwell - Thursday, 18 September 2014, 5:58 PM
 

It was great to see that about 200 of you voted. Results are out and a coalition Government has been formed of the Legalise Puffer Jacket Party, the Kapiti Green Party and the Student Labour Party. The party votes were:

Legalise Puffer Jackets Party - 43 votes

Kapiti Green Party - 40 votes

Student Internet Party - 37 votes

Student Labour Party - 20 votes

Kapiti Civilian Party - 16 votes

National Democratic Student DIctatorship Party 16 votes

The candidate votes were:

Daria Maxon, Kapiti Green Party - 55

Ben Kieboom, Legalise Puffer Jackets Party - 34

Mason Warring, Student Internet Party - 28

Ben Roberts, Kapiti Civilian Party - 23

Finnian Galbraith, National Democratic Student Dictatorship Party - 20

William Horn, Student Labour Party - 14

The coalition group will present the key policies they have agreed on to the SMT and school board

PUFFER JACKETS
GARDEN BY A BLOCK
INTERNATIONAL FOOD AT THE CANTEEN

 
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Study Link Applications for Student Loans
by Ragne Maxwell - Thursday, 11 September 2014, 4:32 PM
 

It’s time to apply for 2015 student finance - even if you haven’t decided where or what you’re going to study. Sussed Online will help you understand what you can apply for.  

The Apply Online Guide provides tips if you're new to online tools, with answers to common questions. 

 
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Study Skills Site
by Ragne Maxwell - Thursday, 4 September 2014, 2:08 PM
 

  Check out the StudyIt website for great study resources!

 
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Sean Prendeville
by Ragne Maxwell - Friday, 22 August 2014, 8:32 AM
 

A "Give a little" donation page has been set up in an attempt to support Sean Prendeville (from 9LM) who is battling bone cancer, and his family. Sean was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma (cancer of the bone) in 2010. Over the last four years he has undergone three major operations and sixty two rounds of high intensity chemo therapy.  Despite these efforts, last month Sean lost the fight to keep his leg and his leg had to be amputated.

All the money raised will go towards supporting Sean, covering costs like those associated with travel to and from hospital, as well as general day to day costs. Any donation big or small would mean a lot.

 For more information and to donate go to: http://www.givealittle.co.nz/cause/Seansprosthesisfund