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Charitable Trust Newsletter

Term 4 2021 - 7th Edition

Contents

From the Rector's Desk

by Cursey Adie-Cropley

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. I hope 2021 has been good to you and that you made the gains you were seeking this year.

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King's High School Community Trust Turf opening

by Cursey Adie-Cropley

On a lovely winter's day, it was our privilege and honour to officially open the Otago Community Trust King’s Hockey Turf. It’s a fantastic addition to the sport and recreation of the school, city, and nation.

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The 2022 student leadership team announced at Senior Prizegiving

by Cursey Adie-Cropley

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Scholarship Results

by Cursey Adie-Cropley

2020 NZQA Scholarship results were again excellent and we were delighted to receive the news that 17 of our students were collectively awarded 31 Scholarship passes in the NZQA Scholarship Exams that are awarded annually to the top 3% of students nationally.

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Level 2 Endorsed with Excellence 2020

Academic Blues

by Cursey Adie-Cropley

At the start of 2021 we celebrated the top 2020 NCEA academics after exam results were formally released.

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Sports Awards 2021

by Cursey Adie-Cropley

Congratulations to Steve Salelea - Salter Trophy Recipient for 2021. The Salter Trophy is awarded to the top sportsman at King's High School. Steve has been selected for the New Zealand Secondary School Rugby Barbarian team for two years as a prop; a wonderful achievement.

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Other Sporting Success

by Cursey Adie-Cropley

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Cultural Blues Awards

by Cursey Adie-Cropley

This year our Cultural Blues Assembly paid tribute to one of the largest groups of creative young men

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Old Boys' Celebrated

by Cursey Adie-Cropley

In 2021 we enjoyed celebrating our Old Boys'.

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Student leadership is promoted at King's through the Oestreicher Leadership Programme

by Cursey Adie-Cropley

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A couple of Deputies

by Cursey Adie-Cropley

On the left, Grant Robertson, Deputy Prime Minister and former Head Boy of King’s. On the right, Darin Smith, Deputy Rector. In May Darin caught up with Grant at the post-budget luncheon.

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Strengthening our Contacts / Building on the King's Connection

by Cursey Adie-Cropley

If you receive this newsletter via email and you have kept in touch with school mates, please feel free to forward this to them as an invitation to join our Old Boys' Database.

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myIR

by Cursey Adie-Cropley

You can claim your donation tax credits online and no paper form is required.

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Contact Details

by Cursey Adie-Cropley

King's High School Charitable Trust

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