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Term 1 (Week 9) Digital Learning Update

Many thanks  to our wonderful teaching staff & ILAs who have supported our students during the current Omicron outbreak via hybrid learning. Hybrid learning means students have been able to…

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New WSC-NPoW Board Chair

Carol Gunn resigns from Board Chair role  I wish to inform the school community that at Monday evening’s Board meeting (28 March 2022), Carol Gunn stood down as Board Chair…

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TAPAC – April Holiday Programmes for Teens

TAPAC is running quite a few April 2022 Holiday Programmes for Teens - check out the poster below!  

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Biodiversity Project

WSCW's Kaitiaki roopu and Wastewise group in conjunction with the Albert-Eden Youth Board and Urban Ark – Manawa Taiao launched the Biodiversity project on Wednesday 30 March 2022. The project…

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Eco News

ECO TIPS 3 week old Ezra McCrorie in his newborn sized cloth nappies from Bear and Moo   When you crush your cans, they become too small for the sorting…

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WSC Girls Cricket – T20 Champions!

HOWZAT! WSC Girls T20 Champions!! On Wednesday 23 March, our WSC Girls Cricket team won their College Sport Auckland T20 competition against a very competitive Lynfield College team. Under the…

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Rainbow Rangitahi Social Group

Below is information regarding a social group for Rainbow rangatahi aged 14 years and under.

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News from the Learning Support Department

From Garden to Plate Our LIfe Skills Programme students, (a programme run by Learning Support teacher Jane Tan and ILA Nick Westerling), have been busy this term growing a variety…

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Western Springs College – Homestay Families Wanted

Our school welcomes applications from local families who may be interested in hosting International Students. We are recruiting new host families for when the NZ borders open to overseas students in July.…

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Principal’s Notes

International students returning to New Zealand are on the horizon from July onwards and we are on the lookout for homestay families to host them. We pay a generous amount…

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2022 Leaver’s Gear

The Year 13s have voted for their Leaver’s Gear this year to be sourced from Canterbury Clothing and the options are below. An order form has been emailed to all…

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2022 The Daily notices have moved

Daily notices can be found here https://wsc.school.kiwi/index.php/notices

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WSCW 2022 School Ball – update

Following the PM's announcement that vaccine passes will no longer be required (unless venues want to continue enforcing them), Ellerslie Event Centre has confirmed they will NOT be requiring a…

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Outward Bound NZ courses

Here are details of two Outward Bound NZ courses that are now open for enrolment: OUTWARD BOUND NZ - YOUTH ACTIVATE The fully funded Youth Activate is an 8 day…

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ASB Polyfest 2022 – Nga Puna o Waiorea 3 Kapa Haka Roopu Performances Live Streamed on Maori Television!!!

We hope you enjoy the performances of Waiorea, O Rehu & Nga Oho, along with all the other Kura in attendance.
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Yoga

Thursday Lunchtime Yoga 1:05-1:30pm Wero "Learn a simple moving and breathing practice that supports mental wellbeing. All students and staff welcome. No previous experience or flexibility required."

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Pā Harakeke o Waiōrea – Official Opening

On the 9th of March, the kura officially opened our pā Harakeke, NgaUri o Pakoti (the descendants of Pakoti). Pakoti's offspring according to Maori tradition was harakeke (flax).  This opening and naming…

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Construction Works at Seddon Fields

We have received the following communication from Western Springs Football Club. The resurfacing of the Artificial turf fields at Seddon Fields commences on Monday 14th March.  The turf fields will be…

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Library News

It has been a busy start to the year in the library with over 25 class visits, orientations, and research sessions. 500 books have gone out since term began! We…

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Solar power going strong.

Our community funded solar array continues to generate clean power for us, the sun is very reliable!   Here are the latest figures… The sun has generated 67,712kW of power since…

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