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Solar Power Update

Our 50kW solar array has been up and generating power on the Ken Havill Centre for Learning since January 2021.  We have recently installed our SolarKiosk which shows a range…

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Secondary School Swimming

Our 13-15 years boys' relay team of Sam Kenny, Tobias Beaumont, Jasper Stevenson and Koen Dettling came 6th in the 4x100m freestyle relay and 6th in the 4x50m medley relay.  They also…

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Eco News

Stevie and Andi Teleiai love their comfortable and colourful cloth nappies. Recommended Products Ecofloss Bamboo charcoal floss and refill, available at Healthpost. Degradable, sustainable and beautiful. Activated charcoal floss for…

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2022 Portfolio Leadership Process

Every Year 13 student at WSC/NPoW is considered a school leader. They lead in the way they conduct themself and the way they interact with their peers of all ages…

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Inclusive Learning Assistant Advertisement

We are looking for an ILA (Inclusive Learning Assistant) to join our large and busy Learning Support Department, beginning term 3.  Experience working with students with learning needs is a…

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Business Studies

Guest speakers Joe Vagana, Trow Group, and Garry Lawrence, Garry Lawrence Roofing Ltd, shared their business experience with two classes of Year 11/L1 Business Studies students this week."Sharing real life…

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Auckland City Mission

Auckland City Mission Appeal Many form classes are currently taking part in the Social Studies Auckland City Mission Appeal. Last year the Mission provided 45,000 food parcels to Auckland-based individuals…

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Digital Learning Update June 2021

Our digital citizenship programme has focussed on digital distraction and the fair use of our wi-fi resources this term. It is expected that students will put their phones in their…

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Arts

Tēnā koutou katoa It has been another busy term in the all Arts areas of Western Springs College Ngā Puna O Waiōrea. I would like to take this moment to…

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Principal’s Notes

Senior Reports: Reports for Years 11, 12 and 13 students are due to be sent out to whānau at the beginning of Week 10 of this term (July 5th). These…

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News from the International Department

Introducing the newly structured international department The International Department is under a new staffing structure now, where Joanne Qiao is still the International Director, Yuki Tsukihara is the Service Administrator, and…

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40 Hour Famine WSCW

Thankyou for your amazing contribution!!!  So far $4264.89 already raised for the WSCW 40 hour Famine Campaign.  Stunning result - thankyou to all those who contributed with their very original…

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Sports News

BADMINTON Senior Boys Green   (Ollie Burton, Andrew Bancale, Chris Taing, Eric Davidson) Our Green team are still undefeated after 5 rounds. They played their closest rivals Auckland Boys last week…

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Auckland Squash Competition

On Tuesday 15th of June to Wednesday 16th, the senior girls' squash team attended the Auckland Champs competition. We went into the event for the experience that comes with it.  After…

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Peace Ambassadors

The team has had a great month! On Wednesday 9th June we held our annual Peace Ambassador Training Day run by the Peace Foundation. As usual it was very successful…

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Homework Centres

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Orienteering Update

North Island Secondary Schools Orienteering Champs 2021 Western Springs had a team of 10 students competing at the NISSOC in Palmerston North from Thursday 29 April – Saturday 1 May.…

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Sports News

Swimming – North Island Secondary Schools' Championships The Western Springs Swim Team of Tess Whineray, Nauatea Crosswell, Hereata Crosswell, Abigail Sharp, Tom Kenny, Sam Kenny, Tobias Beaumont, Jasper Stevenson and…

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Eco News

Ms Liao-Marsden uses a reusable cup to soup from the Canteen Ethically Kate Visited WSCW Kate Hall, known as Ethically Kate, is an educator, activist, and blogger who advocates for…

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Community Notices

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