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Salter Trophy 2020

King's Week #1113 - 30th October 2020

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5th November


Beckham with guest of honour, Josh Aitcheson

Sports Awards recognise Excellence

by Jo Harford

Beckham Wheeler-Greenall won the Top Sportsman of King's Award for 2020, the Salter Trophy, for his outstanding performance in the NZ U19 World Cup Team.

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Head Prefect, George Bates, addresses the guests.

Graduation Breakfast full of memories

by Jo Harford

Our annual Graduation Breakfast was held this morning at the Edgar Centre, where our leavers for 2020 were celebrated and thanked for their contribution to King's life.

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Dominic Fortes

Dominic moves into coaching

by Jo Harford + Lisa Fortes

We have witnessed the diving success of Dominic Fortes for several years now. However, his latest achievement was for his skills as a coach where he is gaining national recognition as a leader in this sport. He just keeps getting better!

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Beckham Wheeler-Greenall walking off the park after his whirlwind 102 off 55

Wheeler-Greenall on fire in McCullum Cup!

by Bradley Scott

The King’s High School 1st XI played in the McCullum Cup T20 Cricket Competition during Labour Weekend. King’s has never won the pre-season tournament named after Old Boys and Blackcaps Brendon and Nathan McCullum, but managed to share the title with Wakatipu High School this year after the second day of the competition was washed out.

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Cameron Laing

Cameron Laing BMX Nationals

by Sharleen Mammitzsch

Cameron (Year 9) had an amazing weekend racing at BMX Nationals held in Christchurch. Cameron’s results are NZ6 for both his 20” and Cruiser, an impressive effort and one that he should be very proud of. His is a name to watch in the future.

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Back, 2nd from left: Isaac Robertson, Gabe Cook-Bonney, Isaac Jamieson. First row, 2nd from left; Mitchell Wheeler

Water Polo success

by Vicki Jopson

Four of our King’s boys were in the Otago U16 Boys team that competed at the Division 2, Nationals during the school holidays. The team won the Silver Medal. Isaac Jamieson, Isaac Robertson, Gabe Cook-Bonney, and Mitchell Wheeler.

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Positive Education Week 3

Positive Education - Happy Talk

by Dave Ross

Happiness means different things to different people. What exactly does happiness mean to you?

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Otago Pop-Up Job Shop

by Rachel Campbell

This event is being held on Thursday 5th November at the Glenroy Auditorium from 2pm-5pm. The Otago Pop-Up Job Shop promotes training, employment and career opportunities. We showcase jobs in Otago and provide expert job seeking advice.

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Final Chance to order a King's Magazine

by Jo Harford

If you would like to receive a School Magazine this year, please place your order with the school office by Friday 6th November 2020.

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Seniors: Please return your library books by Monday 9 November!

by Library

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RSA Scholarship on offer

by Jo Harford

Applications for the Mosgiel Memorial RSA Scholarship for tertiary eduction in 2021, are now open.

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Touch Results

by Dan Koni

Results for Term 4, week 3.

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Work at Wests?

by Darin Smith

Many students frequent Wests across the road from school and there is now the opportunity to work there in the summer holidays.

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Stock the Bus Christmas Appeal

by Darin Smith

This year we are contributing to the ‘Stock the Bus Christmas Appeal’ where Presbyterian Support will bring a bus to school on Friday 20th November and collect gifts for children around Dunedin who might not otherwise receive a gift for Christmas.

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Friends and Family offer

by Jo Harford

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