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Mangere College Magazine 2017

sports science camp In

sports science camp In May, Mr Darragh and Ms Potini took both Level 2 Sports Science classes to Kokako lodge in the Hunua ranges for a 4 day camp. They took part in a range of activities including Archery, High Ropes, Abseiling, Burma trail and other adventure based activities across the 4 days. The main focus however, was to plan a day long tramp and look at some of the possible associated risks. The students then had to prepare a Safety Action Plan (SAP) outlining the risks, what could be their major cause and how they were going to minimise them. Students got a good insight into how risk can be managed and some of the potential dangers in outdoor activities. It was a great few days with the students responding well to all the challenges. Some highlights from the students were ‘playing games in the dark’, ‘walking in the bush and not seeing another person for hours’ and ‘when Ms Potini slipped over’! new fitness room The PE department are extremely happy with our new fitness room which was decorated over the July holidays. The room now has new spin bikes and rowing machines as well as weights and a stretching area. This room will be used during PE lessons as well as being open to students during interval and lunchtime. We also hope all of our sports teams will make use of this fantastic area as they prepare for their seasons. I would like to say thank you to Ms Slee for all of her hard work this year. Ms Slee set up the Spirit of Adventure sailing trips that many of our students went on this year and coached the Girls' Soccer team. Finally, this year we said goodbye to Mr Keung who left us after over 20 years at MC. Mr Keung has coached the basketball for over 15 years and his knowledge of the game is second to none. Mr Keung’s impact on students and staff is greatly missed. Mr M Darragh Head of Physical Education 60 Mangere College - 2017

Technology Department Food Technology In Year 10 Food Technology – Pasta Unit, students are assessed on their pasta making skills. Part of the assessment requires students to work in their chosen group to design their own pasta dish and to come up with their desired pasta shape, colour and flavour. - Ms Sebastian Mangere College - 2017 61

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