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PRINCIPAL’S NOTES

With the horrific events in Christchurch dominating school life this week I thought it appropriate to share with community some of the things we have done so far to commemorate…

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PARK LIFE

Cornwall Park has an event coming up next weekend called Park Life. Park Life is a celebration of all things parks – everything we kiwis love to do, see and…

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TAPAC’S HOLIDAY PROGRAMME

TAPAC’s popular performing arts holiday programmes for ages 5-16+ are taking enrolments for the April school holidays now! Our ever popular Make a Film, Circus Arts, Hip Hop, Musical Theatre,…

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The Recent Tragic Events in Christchurch

In light of the recent tragic events in Christchurch, we have set up some additional supports in school.  Anyone who is distressed can talk through their feelings with our counselling…

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THE WORLD CHALLENGE TRIP TO PERU

The World Challenge trip took 31 students and four teachers trekking and touring Southern Peru for a month during the summer break. These trips are a fantastic opportunity for students…

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ARTS

Drama students are very busy directing and rehearsing 5 and 15 minute extracts from Shakespearean plays in preparation for the annual Auckland West - Sheilah Winn Shakespeare Festival in April…

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COMMUNITY NOTICES

OPPORTUNITY FOR STUDENTS TO EXPERIENCE A NEW CULTURE AT HOME, IMPROVE THEIR LANGUAGE STUDIES, MAKE NEW FRIENDS, REDISCOVER AND SHARE THE BEAUTY OF NEW ZEALAND In April, May, June and July we will…

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LIBRARY NEWS

LIBRARY MONITORS At the end of 2018 we farewelled our senior Library Monitors, some of whom had served the library since junior school.  The annual library award was deservedly given…

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NEWS FROM THE INTERNATIONAL DEPARTMENT

HIGH SCHOOLS RUGBY HAVE-A-GO DAYS Our 11 international students were invited to the High Schools' Rugby Have-a-Go Days by Study Auckland and Auckland Rugby International Academy.  Rugby is a big…

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CHANGE MAKING AT SPRINGS – NEWS FROM OUR SUSTAINABILITY GROUPS

Waste Wise Waste Wise is a student group at springs where we work on sustainability issues and attempt to make our school the most sustainable it can be. Our goal…

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NEWS FROM THE SCIENCE DEPARTMENT

Level 2 Science Level 2 Science students are learning about adaptations of organisms that help them survive in extreme environments. As part of learning about these adaptations, we visited the…

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CROSS-CURRICULAR WORK

As we look at moving into a more Open Learning Environment, it seems important to consider the possibility of integrating material from other subject areas into our own. Rather recklessly,…

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MAORI IN ENGLISH MEDIUM, PASIFIKA & RUMAKI SENIOR STUDENTS AT WESTERN SPRINGS COLLEGE – NGA PUNA O WAIOREA

LEVEL 2 AND 3 NCEA INFO EVENING Talofa Lava, Kia Orana, Malo e lelei, Fakalofa Lahi atu, Aloha! Tena Koutou Katoa! The warmest of Pacific greetings to all parents of…

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Sports News

Results for a WSC student who competed and medaled for Orewa Surf Life Saving Club at Northern Regional Surf Life Saving Champs held 23 & 24 February 2019 at Omaha…

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ANNOUNCEMENT FROM AT

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TRAFFIC SAFETY

Around school start and finish times we ask that students be extra careful when entering the school grounds and leaving around the ACC car park. It is a highly hazardous…

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WAIORA – HEALTH CENTRE NEWS

Term 1 has proven to be busy again with unseasonal colds, gastro bug causing vomiting and diarhoea, fevers in staff and students, strep throats requiring antibiotics, and a few accident…

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New Families BBQ 6 March 6-8PM

Come along and enjoy our new families BBQ 6th March 6-8pm - Village Green

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Principal’s Notes

Term 2 Holiday extended to 3 weeks at Springs: As we accelerate towards a move into the new school in July, I’m keen to share with parents in as many…

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Celia Lashlie

This film is back on the big screen throughout New Zealand from February 28th. This follows an extremely successful season at last year’s NZ International Film Festival with sold-out sessions.…

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