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**School will finish at 3:10pm on Tuesdays. This is to allow for staff professional development. School buses will run as usual**

Term 1

Week 8

17 March - Swimming Sports

Week 9

23 March - Otago Anniversary Day (school is closed)

24 March - Teacher Only Day (school is closed)

Week 10

30 March - 3 April - Year 12 Borland Bio/Geo Camp, Careers Week

30 March - 3 April - Tournament Week

Week 11

10 April - Good Friday (school is closed)

School Office hours during school holidays are 9-3pm.


School Swimming sports - 30 March

by Mr D. Trickey, TIC Sport

School Swimming sports are almost upon us.

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Principal's Report

by Ms Linda Miller, Principal

The highlight of the week for me has been the opening of Te Taiwhaka o Kā Moana e Rua - our Classroom by the Sea.

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Lisa Lokman Year 9 Art

Artist of the Week

by Lisa Lokman, Year 9

Congratulations Lisa Lokman in Year 9 Art!

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Enviroschools Hui

by Hetty Finney-Waters

On 19 February the Dunedin Enviroschools Leadership for Sustainability Hui was attended by over a dozen of Otago Girls’ environmental leaders from Years 11 to 13.

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Year 12 Careers Week

by Mrs R. Flanagan, Career Education Leader

Year 12 Careers Week Monday 30 March - Friday 3 April (Week 10 Term 1 - 2020)

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Margaret Glue Scholarship

by Jane Smallfield

The PTSA would like to advise that the Margaret Glue Scholarship that they administer (usually to the value of $1000) will be awarded this year.

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School Council "Roses for your Girlies"

"Roses for your Girlies"

by School Council

Sunday 8 March marked International Women's Day and the Student Council’s first event for 2020; “Roses For Your Girlies”.

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Do you live on/have a business on a main road?

by Jane Smallfield

The OGHS 150th Jubilee Comittee are looking for locations on main thoroughfares where they could display their corflute advertising boards from now until October. The boards measure 60cm wide by 80cm high. If you think you can help please email Jane Smallfield on

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Youth Race for Unity

by Dunedin Youth Council

17 March 2020, 4:00 - 6:00pm at the Dunedin Public Library.

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Ideas to Inspire

by Jenna Huggins, Enviroschools Prefect

Last Friday 6 March Enviroschools hosted the first Ideas to Inspire Talk of 2020.

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Year 9 Wellbeing Day

by Mrs S. Porter, Assistant Principal

On Tuesday our Year 9 students participated in a series of workshops related to different aspects of their wellbeing.

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Mt Cook

Year 11 Geography Aoraki/Mt Cook Trip

by Ms T. Munro, HOD Social Sciences

During Week 2, Term 2, Year 11 Geography students will be going on their annual Aoraki/Mt Cook field trip.

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Year 10 Social Studies Noho Mārae Trip

by Ms T. Munro, HOD Social Sciences

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Back in Motion

Physiotherapy Clinic at OGHS

by Back in Motion Physiotherapy

Back in Motion Physiotherapy are delighted to offer the students and staff of OGHS an on-site physiotherapy clinic. The clinic will run on Wednesdays between the hours of 9:00am and 12:00pm in K21. The last clinic of the year will be Wednesday 28 October.

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School Apps

School App notifications for important messages

by Mrs S. Porter. Assistant Principal

We encourage all students and their parents/caregivers to download the app. Once it is downloaded just enter the school's name.

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