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King's Week #1146 - 3 September 2021

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Prefects inspire and entertain us in lockdown

by Teresa Robertson

Head boy Ben Paku and the Prefects of 2021 put their creative skills to the test and developed a range of motivational clips to keep students 'inspired' and 'entertained' during the lockdown. "Enjoy"

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Updated NZQA Examination Timetable

by Barbara May

NZQA has accommodated the current disruption to learning by delaying the NCEA Exams by two weeks. Exams will begin on Monday 22 November and finish on Tuesday 14 December.

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Water Polo – registration is now open for Term 4

by Vicki Jopson

Come and join us

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Tips for parenting with older children at home

by Student Support Centre

To say these are ‘trying times’ for most of us is an understatement.

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Are you eager to follow your passion for Science?

by Vicki Jopson

Year 12 or 13 students with strong academic backgrounds are encouraged to apply to attend the "NanoCamp 2021".

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A common misconception is that Science can only be done in a lab!

by Haji Higashitani

The boys of 9Ko demonstrate that Science in the home is possible and great fun.

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Math-themed Haiku

by Nic Kyle

9Nk wrote some Haikus about Mathematics as something a bit different, they presented them via zoom which was fun!

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Are those ideas turning into a plan of action for your tertiary study in 2022?

by Rachel Campbell

A few changes, see below...

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Positive Education: Hope

by Cursey Adie-Cropley

Hope in general means a desire for things to change for the better. Hope is the belief that circumstances will get better. It is not a wish for things to get better—it is the actual belief, the knowledge that things will get better, no matter how big or small.

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King's High School Board of Trustee Student Election

by Cursey Adie-Cropley

Your nominees for 2021 are:

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Do you need a helping hand? Or know someone who does?

by Student Support Centre

In Alert Levels 3 and 4 the Society of St Vincent de Paul is providing contactless delivery of emergency food parcels.

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In need of a bit of support?

by Student Support Centre

It’s easy to imagine that being at home can at times give rise to frustration and anxiety. These are normal reactions in an unusual situation!

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Anti-Vaping

by Student Support Centre

Think about the way vaping is marketed... without the marketing and design of vaping products, would vaping be so popular?

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