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March 14 i.e. 3.14 was Pi-day, a day to celebrate the well-known mathematical constant Pi. Pi is the relationship between the circumference and diameter of a circle. The celebrations usually include eating lots of circular food including pies and holding…

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Year 9 Statistics Project

Our year 9 students are on the verge of completing their statistics projects. They are tasked with presenting the findings of their projects to their whānau. Parents of year 9 students will soon receive an email from their mathematics teachers…

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Education Perfect

Students are expected to do at least an hour of homework every week in Maths. Among other benefits, homework teaches students to take responsibility for their own learning and be independent. It also gives you as parents a chance to…

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Visual Arts News

Extended Greetings from Rangitoto, Despite the disruptive start to the year, it has been a whirlwind of activity as students have settled into the first term - introducing them to the new programmes and upcoming challenges for the year. On…

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