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Queen's News Issue 6 2021



9-10 South Island Athletics Champs

15 Shakespeare Festival

16 Last Day of Term 1


3 First Day of Term 2

5 School Cross Country

    NCEA Parent Evening


Year 13 Young Scholars

Principal's Address

by Barbara Agnew

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Ocean Manutulila - Arts Prefect

Student Voice - Ocean Manutulila

by Prefect Speech

How to be a good friend!

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ESOL Department

by Yvonne Hayes

This term the ESOL students have been swimming at Carisbrook pool on Thursday afternoons. For some girls it was their first time in a pool and so it has been quite an experience and amazing to see everyone's progress. Thank you to Mrs Finnie and Nicky Homan for helping out. The girls have also been having tutorial sessions for Science and Maths with our bilingual tutor, Abdallah. These are held on Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons.

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Annabel Ludgate's Girls' Shed Design

Designing the Queen’s High School Girls’ Shed

by Lesley Signal-Cambridge

Students in Year 10 DVC, along with some senior students, are working hard to develop their designs for our soon to be built Girls’ Shed.

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Enviro Group Consulted by DCC about Otago Coast

by Matthew Sherborne

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Year 11 and 12 Geography Field Trip

Year 11 and 12 Geography Field Trip

by Matt Sherborne

On Tuesday the 30th March the Year 11 and 12 Geography classes went on a fieldtrip to Anderson’s Bay Inlet, Ravensbourne, Aramoana and Blackhead to research plastics and the extent to which waste was ending up on our beaches.

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Year 9 French Term 1

by Cherianne Parks

The first rotation for Year 9 options finishes this week. In French we have been working on having a simple conversation, exploring some language acquisition using movement, tried macaroons, built our own Eiffel Towers, used Education Perfect, and participated in a number of other activities. We were lucky to have Paige, one of our Year 13 French students, come along to class once a week, so this provided the girls with some valuable additional speaking practice opportunities.

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People Like Us

by Caitlyn Petrie

This week a group of curious Queen’s girls ventured in to the conservation and climate change workshop run by the Otago museum. We learnt about four different role model’s paths to how they have a career in benefiting the climate within areas of science. Within this workshop, we gained many relationships with people of similar interest to us and took heaps away about how so many different areas can link to conservation and climate change topics. Overall, it was a really fun and insightful experience and we learnt so much!

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South Island Surfing Championships

by QHS

Over the Easter Weekend several Queen's girls and Ms Civil competed in the SI Surfing Champs. Great surfing from everyone over the weekend.

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NZQA Information for 2021

by Jacqui Earland

Some important information for students and their families who are sitting NZQA subjects this year.

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9SMI PE class

Junior PE

by Jacqui Earland

A big thank you to Ella (Otago Cricket) and Georgia (Dunedin Netball) for the combined cricket and netball sessions that all Junior PE classes enjoyed this week.

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Affinity Gymnastics Win

by Executive Secretary - Sharon/Jo

Allie Wilson of 10CRO and Yui Ishikawa of 9SMI competed in the Affinity gymnastics senior competition in Christchurch recently. This was a two day competition, with points gained, working towards nationals in Auckland in July. Allie's team placed 1st overall team in step 7. Well done girls!

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Dunedin Curtain Bank

Do you have previously used, good quality curtains - or new and unused ones?

by Lesley Signal-Cambridge

The Queen’s High School Interact Club has previously collaborated with the curtain bank and we have decided we would love to help them again!

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Houses and Gardens wanted!

by Allison Dodds

The Queen’s Ex-Girls are planning a fantastic fundraiser for the school – a self-guided Spring House and Garden Tour, to be held on September 19th.

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