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Principal’s Notes

As our students and staff look forward to a much deserved holiday break, I think it is appropriate to address the national advertising campaign around ‘burn-out’ and the symptoms of it.  We often see this as stress in the initial…

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A Research Project Invitation

   Mathematics and language-literacy self-beliefs, gender-role attitudes, and career aspirations in mid-adolescence: A German-New Zealand comparative study.  Year 10 students from several Auckland schools, including Western Springs College, will be invited to complete a short online survey to contribute data…

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Athletics & Swimming

Athletics & Swimming

The Athletics Auckland Secondary School Central West Zones were held on Wednesday 17 March at Mt Smart Stadium.  WSCW had 18 students that had qualified for this event: Vincent Bailie – Snr Boys High Jump Darcy Bartlett – Int Boys…

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Library Monitors

I am pleased to announce our Library Monitors for 2021. A special welcome back to our former monitors and to our new members, I hope you will enjoy being part of a great team. Their duties include the routine duties…

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Safe Travel at Springs

Western Springs College - Ngā Puna o Waiōrea is a school that knows the importance of sustainable travel. As such we encourage as many students and staff to travel using sustainable modes as possible. But with a rather complex entrance…

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More sports news

TENNIS In Term One we entered a senior and junior boys tennis team into the North Harbour competition which was played after school on Mondays. Our junior boys team played in the Open C Grade as it had an even…

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Digital Learning Update April 2021

Last year the Ministry of Education released its Statement of National Education and Learning Priorities. This statement sets out Government’s priorities for education, which include protecting the wellbeing of all learners.  Part of our approach to student well-being is the development…

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Arts

Arts

Tēnā koutou katoa It has been a busy time in the Drama department preparing eight groups of students for the SGCNZUOSW Regional Shakespeare Festival Auckland West. Last Sunday we took to the road and ventured over to Kristin College’s Dove…

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Raranga Workshop

Raranga Workshop

On Saturday the 20th March a Raranga Wānanga was held in Waioteao at WSC/NPOW to bring together tikanga Māori and sustainability. Whaea Annie Jane Ah Mu, a traditional Maori weaver, who runs raranga community courses, led the kono making workshop…

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