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Formclass activities to engage juniors after lockdown

Staff got right into running various formclass activities with a social engagement focus for our juniors when they returned after the very long lockdown period. The activities ranged from form teachers taking their…

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Principal’s Notes

Principal’s Notes

Let’s start with a Beatles song to celebrate the end of a very challenging 2021: “Well, shake it up, baby, now Twist and shout”  The 2021 year has been a…

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2022 Digital Learning Information

2022 Digital Learning Information

Here is the 2022 digital learning information you need to know. This information includes device and headphone requirements and some background on how digital learning occurs at Western Springs College Ngā…

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Solar Donor Recognition Board

Solar Donor Recognition Board

We are in the process of finalising our donor recognition panel, which will acknowledge all our wonderful whanau, friends, students, alumni and businesses who have contributed solar panels to our…

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Arts

Arts

Tēnā koutou katoa Samantha Wood Rawnsley connecting in for our final 2021 ArtsNews. Firstly, I would like to acknowledge the creativity and adaptability of our dedicated arts Kaiako and ākonga.…

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Alumna Courtney Sina Meredith on the true riches of life.

Alumna Courtney Sina Meredith on the true riches of life.

"Courtney Sina Meredith, The University of Auckland's Young Alumna of The Year 2021, is a distinguished author whose work delves into issues such as racism, sexism and poverty and draws…

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AT Metro

AT Metro contracts a number of school bus routes in the Auckland region, including one or more that are used by your students.  AT Metro school bus services will commence…

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Parenting classes

NEXT CHAPTER PARENTING offering Individual, or group, PARENTING SESSIONS via Zoom. Eight one hourly sessions, weekly at a time convenient to you, available evenings. Topics covered include Communication, Empathy, Setting…

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Bella the rat learns about energy

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Gn7pGadUrkWJ-61OZf6JbUynCkcFGIAZ/view Rudi Goldberg was the inspiration for some year 9 students who built their own machines. This rat is so cute and understands just like there human that energy can…

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Community Notices

Community Notices

Western Springs College Football Programme 2021/2022 Welcome to Western Springs College’s football programme.  We have been formally running the programme for 10 years now, with some significant successes. We are…

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Peace Symposium

Peace Symposium

PEACE AMBASSADORS Earlier this year, the WSCW Peace Ambassadors were invited to attend this year’s Peace Symposium. The theme of ‘Inner Peace for Outer Action’ was explored through various activities,…

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Back to school stationery – order now!

Back to school stationery – order now!

We’ve teamed up with OfficeMax to make getting school ready faster! Your child’s class list is available now on the OfficeMax MySchool website – myschool.co.nz. We encourage you to order…

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WSCW’s sustainable journey documented in the prestigious American Journal of Community Psychology.

WSCW’s sustainable journey documented in the prestigious American Journal of Community Psychology.

Niki Harré and Charlotte Blythe, School of Psychology, University of Auckland, have published an article featuring Western Springs College - Ngā Puna o Waiōrea’s (WSCW) sustainability journey in the American…

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Design, Photography or Painting Portfolios

Missing your 2019, 2020 or 2021 11Art, 12Art Design, Photography or Painting Portfolio? The Art Dept at WSCW may be able to help. Interest in collecting can be made to…

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ECO NEWS

Recommended Products Bamboo cotton buds, available at Dirty Hippie for $6.50 (box of 200), Healthpost for $3.90 (box of 100)and Ecowarehouse for $5.50 (box of 200). - Benefits: Bamboo Cotton…

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Past Principal Cyril Hicks becomes a Centenarian

Past Principal Cyril Hicks becomes a Centenarian

Cyril celebrated his 100th birthday on 23rd August at home, where he still lives, with his younger son Douglas and elder son David’s son Daniel - the only family members…

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Waiōrea Alumni are ‘dotters’ at ‘gotyadot’ campaign

Waiōrea Alumni are ‘dotters’ at ‘gotyadot’ campaign

​Ngā Puna o Waiōrea were a leading light in the ‘gotyadot’ campaign, which is a kaupapa designed by rangatahi, for rangatahi to get ‘dotted’. They also teamed up with UNITEC…

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Shot Cuzz Bus comes to TAPAC

Shot Cuzz Bus comes to TAPAC

Please come on down and get your jab at the Shot Cuzz bus this Friday (5th November). Friends and whānau welcome too! Be in to win a prize on the…

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Principal’s update – Changes to NCEA assessment dates

Over the last week, community cases of COVID-19’s Delta variant have caused disruption to thousands of secondary school students around New Zealand and is adding to students’ anxiety. It has…

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Principal’s Notes

Subject selection 2022: Special assemblies to address this important aspect of school life have begun with a special focus on our Year 10s who will move into Year 11 and…

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