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King's Week #1110 - 25th September 2020

Term Four starts on Monday 12th October 2020

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Amazing endorsement of rugby talent!

by Glenn Dickson

Rohan Wingham (Y13) and Steve Salelea (Y12) have been selected for the NZ U18 Barbarian Rugby squad. This squad comprises the best 50 players in the country who will play an inter house game against each other. Rohan and Steve follow in King's Old Boy, Giovanni Leituala's footsteps, who was also selected last year.

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Winter Sports Blues

by Jo Harford

Congratulations to all of the boys who received a Winter Sports Blue at Thursday's assembly.

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Ezekiel (left) and James

Zeke and James awarded top players for 2020

by Otago Hockey Association

A huge Congratulations to Ezekiel Buschl and James Nicolson for being awarded the Kane Russell Trophy for 2020 Outstanding Secondary School Male Player(s) of the Year. These two boys are both incredibly talented players in their own right who share a long friendship and playing history together.

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King's Hockey on top again!

by Otago Hockey Association

The big Division 1 final between King's Lions and John McGlashan 1st XI saw our regions finest young talent battle it out for the top placing. Congratulations to King's Lions with a 3–1 win.

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Tudor takes out Haka Competition

by Jo Harford

Congratulations to Tudor who won the Haka Competition on Wednesday. Close second was Stuart with Hanover third and Windsor forth.

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George Bates

Spanish Speech a winner

by Caroline Frankel

George Bates has placed first in the Level 3 Spanish National Speech Competition. He made an "incredible 4 minute speech in fluent Spanish about festivals."

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Karen with her gifts

Farewell Karen

by Darin Smith

This week we said farewell to Karen McGrath (Reprographics Assistant) after 16 years of dedicated service at King’s.

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Of QUARTS we love Geology!

by Daniel Bleckinger

Year 13 Earth and Space Science students got a unique tour of the University of Otago campus this week. They learned about local rocks commonly used in the construction of some of Dunedin's most iconic buildings.

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Anh Ha (standing on left) in Wellington

Anh Ha joins NZ Young Entrepreneurs

by Anh Ha

It was my privilege to be one of the 84 students participating in the "Entrepreneurs In Action" weekend in September 2020 held by the Young Enterprise Trust.

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From left; Marshall, Henry, Hugh, Michael and Scott

Classical music for Classics students

by Bryan Frost

From the ukelele to the piano to the violin and trumpet. Our mini classical concert was a great success. The artists were; Hugh Askerud, Henry Cameron, Michael Galliven, Scott Butler Pollock and Marshall Klenner.

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From left; Mason Putt, Stephen, Jamie Honey, Paul Friel and Ms Harford

Media students guests on radio show

by Jo Harford

This week, three Media students headed in to Otago Access Radio as guests on "Truthteller", a show made by former investigative journalist and current University lecturer, journalist Stephen Davis.

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Korfball - not just a game!

by Aaron Corkhill

Over the course of this term, our Year 11 PE classes have been using a sport education model to learn about inter-personal skills and how they have a positive effect on their teammates and those around them.

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Welcome addition to our counselling team

by Jo Harford

We are pleased to welcome James Howey to our counselling team here at King's.

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Work Day

by Sally Hughes

Thank you to everyone who gave our students jobs and to the boys for making the day such a success. We were sent a photo of Blake Hughes who was working at McCormick Motor Bodies for the day.

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Stay healthy!

by Jo Harford

Thanks to BLIS for supporting King's High School sport.

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