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Stunning performance wins competition

King's Week #971 - 7th April 2017


Shakespeare Sheilah Winn Festival

Shakespeare performers on their way to Wellington! 

by Jo Harford

On Thursday night, Mr McKenzie and his troop of actors took their show to the Shakespeare Sheilah Winn Festival and won the 15 minute Teacher-Directed section. Max Beal, who played Richard III won the local Best Actor Award.

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Record Breakers; Keanu
Vanisi, Flynn Murdoch, Gregor Clarkson, Bradley McPate

South Island Secondary Schools Competition

by Grant Koedyk

Records were broken, personal bests were reached and our boys brought home some excellent results at last weekend's competition.

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Ish Sodhi (right) with Jack Oaten
(left) and Solomon Filipo at Logan Park.

Amazing opportunity for cricketers

by Simon Cushen

Friday 31st of March saw Jack Oaten, Nathan Hastie, Solomon Filipo and Kyle Burns have a Spin Bowling clinic with New Zealand Leg Spinner, Ish Sodhi and Northern Districts Spin Bowler, Joe Walker.

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Hyndman, Ms Schaumann and Mrs Smith judge globes made by students in Year 10

Social Studies Kingsweek Report: Term One 2017

by Simon Cushen

It has been a busy beginning to the year in the Social Studies department. 

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Barbara Newton addresses King’s Year 11 geographers.

Year 11 Geographers head to the beach

by Simon Cushen

The Year 11 Geographers were spoken to by local St Clair resident Barbara Newton and Dunedin City Council Parks and Recreation planners Angus Robertson and David Natta, about the ongoing erosion issues at St Clair Beach. 

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Experiencing Marine Reserves

Junior students involved in Marine Reserves Programme

by Daniel Bleckinger

On 25th of March, a group of Juniors went to Mapoutahi to experience diving in a marine environment. They were participants in the 2017 Experiencing Marine Reserves Programme who focus is on getting people interested in preserving and enjoying marine ecosystems.

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Year 13 trip to Ravensdown

Y13 Trip to Ravensdown

by Lisa Fortes

On Tuesday, Year 13 Chemistry students had the opportunity to visit the Ravensdown manufacturing plant, as part of an internally assessed achievement standard on industrial chemistry. After being equipped with the necessary protective equipment they were shown how sulfuric acid and superphosphate fertiliser are made. Thanks to all at Ravensdown for making this trip possible.

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Sam Gouverneur & Roman Flaws (5th and 6th respectively) finish the U19 race.

Cross Country results

by Jo Harford

The weather wasn't pretty but that didn't deter students from racing, jogging and/or fast-walking their way around the 2.3 km Cross Country course on Thursday.

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Weekly Notices

Notices for Term 4, Week 1

by Jo Harford

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