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King's Week #1018 - 15th June 2018

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Cameron McGrouther

NZ Champion returns from Aussie competition with MVP Award

by Jo Harford

Cameron McGrouther is an unassuming, humble young man who has an amazing talent. More at home behind a console than in front of the camera, Cameron is a champion Rocket League Player who recently returned from playing competitively in Australia,

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Jack Bremner circa 1973

Jack Bremner

by Bryan Frost

The recent passing of Jack Bremner came as a shock to many. Although he was 96 years old, it seemed Jack would go on forever. He was that sort of character; one who always had things to do, to complete.

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From left; Sam Dorne-Cumming, Harry Lungley, Ryan Lister

The lives of others

by Jo Harford

This week, Year 10 Drama students presented their pieces of Verbatim Theatre.

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Year 13 Geographers Studying the Dunedin Coast

King’s Social Science Students Out There Doing It!

by Simon Cushen

Term Two is the field trip season for many Social Science Subjects such as Geography, Tourism and History. The following shows where the students have been visiting over the last three weeks.

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Tate Barron and Sam Ryan (right) take the lead

King's Men Society gets boys dancing

by Bradley Scott

The first King's Men Society event for Year 12 & 13 students has been running for the last three weeks, with students receiving Rock'n'Roll Lessons in the lead up to the School Formal on June 30th.

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Can you help the Library?

by Bridget Schaumann

The library is seeking copies of books that you may have at home which are superfluous to requirements. I am after popular reads such as Lee Child, David Baldacci, Harlan Coben, Stephen King, Bernard Cornwell, Conn Iggulden, and Brandon Sanderson – popular novels and biographies of sports and other well-known people which have been published within the last 10 years.

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University of Otago Information Evening

by Otago University

An evening is being held in Castle 1 Lecture Theatre at the University of Otago on Thursday 5 July, where students will have the opportunity to find out exactly what University is like.

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Purchase an Entertainment Book and support the King's High School Parent, Teacher, Student Association (PTSA)

by Cursey Adie-Cropley

Entertainment Books are now available. So easy, just click on the link below. The PTSA would welcome your support.

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