Mangere College Special Edition Newsletter May 2021

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Kia ora, talofa lava, mālō e lelei, kia orana, fakalofa lahi atu, namaste,
as-salaam-alaikum and greetings.
2021 marks our 50th Jubilee year and we have kicked off the celebrations in Term 1 with a bang. In this special bumper edition newsletter you will see photos from our jubilee events. Also featured is how our students have celebrated many achievements over Term 1, including ASB Polyfest 2021. Our winter sports are about to begin, so keep an eye out for our teams and we also have many exciting academic events happening this term such as the South Auckland Mathematics Competitions. Enjoy reading.

Māngere College

SPECIAL

EDITION

NEWSLETTER 2021

SPECIAL

EDITION

SPECIAL

POLYFEST

AND 50TH

JUBILEE

EDITION

Photo of our Cook Islands group at Polyfest by MC Media student Romeo Fidow

Kia ora, talofa lava, mālō e lelei, kia orana, fakalofa lahi atu, namaste,

as-salaam-alaikum and greetings.

2021 marks our 50th Jubilee year and we have kicked off the celebrations in Term 1 with

a bang. In this special bumper edition newsletter you will see photos from our jubilee

events. Also featured is how our students have celebrated many achievements over

Term 1, including ASB Polyfest 2021. Our winter sports are about to begin, so keep an

eye out for our teams and we also have many exciting academic events happening this

term such as the South Auckland Mathematics Competitions. Enjoy reading.

INSIDE THIS ISSUE:

04

50th Jubilee

Pōwhiri

05

50th Jubilee

Meet & Greet

06

Polyfest 2021

08

Student Leaders

2021 &

Careers

09

Manawa Whenua

leadership, Debate

team & MC Media

10

Performing Arts

Update

50th Jubilee Pōwhiri

P4

12

Sports Update

14

Science, Geography,

Catering, Red Cross

fundraising

15

Sports Leadership,

Duke of Edinburgh

prizegiving

Megaschools dance

competition

P11

MC Term 1 Newsletter - 1


A word from the Principal

This year we are celebrating our 50th year as a school. Students first attended

Māngere College in 1971 and the school has gone from strength to strength over

the following 50 years. We will be marking this special year with events in each

term which started with our Jubilee Pōwhiri and Meet & Greet event on 9 April.

It was great to meet so many past students and staff at these events including

some students and staff who started at the school in its very first year. If you

would like updates on other events through the year please register on our

website.

Term One this year was a long and busy term and despite the lockdown

disruptions at the start of the year there was so much to celebrate.

We started the year with the news that our NCEA results in 2020 were

our best ever. Our Level 1 pass rate was 86%, Level 2 was 90% and Level

3 was 64%. These are fantastic results for our school particularly with all

the disruption we had through the year in 2020. Students worked very

hard with the support of their teachers and all our senior students for

2020 should be congratulated on their fantastic results. These results

now set a benchmark that we aim to meet each year as we continue to

improve.

To finish off Term 1 we were very fortunate to see our students

displaying their talents in Polyfest. It has been three years since

we have seen a full Polyfest take place and our students did not

disappoint. All groups performed with pride and passion and it

was particularly pleasing to see our Cook Islands group win the top

overall prize.

Tom Webb

Principal of Māngere College

Term 2

Bell Times

MONDAY/FRIDAY

8:50am Period 1

9:50am Period 2

10:50am Shared Kai

11:10am Break 1

11:40am Period 3

12:40pm Period 4

1:40pm Break 2

2:10pm Period 5

3:10pm End Bell

Free Healthy Lunches

This year, our school has been

receiving free healthy school

lunches for our students from

a partnership with the Ministry

of Education. Check out the

menus we have this term.

They are on a 2 week rotation

so there is some variety.

MC Term 1 Newsletter - 2

TERM 2 WEEK 1 MENU

Monday

Chicken & veg pasta

salad, fruit & vege balls,

pineapple wedges

Tuesday

Shaved beef sandwich,

anzac cookie and pear

Wednesday

Shaved ham and

cheese croissant,

TUESDAY/THURSDAY

8:50am Period 1

9:50am Period 2

10:50am

Shared Kai

11:10am Break 1

11:40am Period 3

12:40pm Period 4

1:40pm Break 2

2:10pm

Form time/

Assembly

2:30pm Period 5

3:30pm

popcorn and apple

Thursday

Tandoori chicken

wrap, blueberry

muffin and pear

Friday

Savoury chicken and

veg rice, cheese cubes

and apple

End Bell

WEDNESDAY

8:50am Period 1

9:50am Period 2

10:50am Shared Kai

11:10am Break 1

11:40am Period 3

12:40pm Period 4

1:35pm Break 2

2:05pm Period 5

3:00pm End Bell

TERM 2 WEEK 2 MENU

Monday

Chicken & veg pasta

salad, salsa, wholemeal

pita wedges

Tuesday

Chicken & coleslaw

wrap, blueberry muffin

& apple

Wednesday

Ham & cheese

sandwich, popcorn &

pear

Thursday

Pulled pork slider,

anzac cookie & apple

Friday

Chicken sushi bowl,

pineapple slices & trail

mix


Changes in the school leadership team

Deb Ward is now on maternity leave

New Staff

At the end of Term 1, we

wished Deputy Principal

Deb Ward all the best as she

begins her maternity leave.

We are pleased to

announce that the Head of

Mathematics, Katalina Ma

is stepping up as the new

acting Deputy Principal.

We are excited to see

Katalina Ma step up into this

leadership position and we

wish Deb all the best with

the baby on the way. We look

forward to seeing her back in

2022.

New Deputy Principal Katalina Ma

JON BENNET

Digital Technolgoy

teacher

LYNETTE PAP

Guidance Counsellor

ANURADHA

LAKHAN

Assistant HOD

Mathematics

AIDYN

RASMUSSEN

HOD Social Science

PISIA TOAFA

Teacher Aide

PAMATA

TOLEAFOA

Careers Admin Support

MICHAELA

WATSON

English Teacher

TRESWELL

WHITE

Mathematics Teacher

SALOME

WRIGHT

Teacher Aide

XUAN YU

Mandarin Teacher

We welcome all of our new staff who have

started at Māngere College this year.

It is exciting to note that two new staff

members are previous students from Māngere

College. Salome Wright began in Term 1 in

Learning Support and Pamata Toleafoa joined

us this term as Careers Admin Support.

MC Term 1 Newsletter - 3


50th Jubilee Pōwhiri

On Friday 9th April, we opened our 50th Jubilee

with a pōwhiri.

It was a truly momentous occasion complete

with a sign of blessing with a huge downpour of

rain right in the middle of the occasion. Thank

you to all who were part of the ceremony, the

pōwhiri organisers, our students who perfomed

the haka pōwhiri, our speakers, kaumatua,

honoured guests, and all alumni students and

staff who attended.

Thank you also to Romeo Fidow who filmed the

event on facebook live so our almuni overseas

and absent could watch.

A special acknowledgment to speakers Jake Ratu,

Toi Katipa, Martin Cooper, Principal Tom Webb

and Eddie Manukau.

For more photos, go to:

www.māngere.school.nz/50thjubilee/

MC Term 1 Newsletter - 4


50th Jubilee Meet & Greet

On the evening of Friday 9th

April, we held our informal

Meet & Greet Event for our 50th

Jubilee.

It was an evening of celebration,

dancing and catching up with

old friends - connecting the past

For more photos, go to:

www.māngere.school.nz/50thjubilee/

and the present.

We had alumni students and

staff from the foundation year

through to 2020 and it was great

to see high profile alumni such

as Ofa Tu'ungafasi and Willie

Jackson attend.

Photos from Gerardus Verspeek

MC Term 1 Newsletter - 5


Cook Islands Group

Our Cook Islands

group had a fantastic

performace at Polyfest

this year and were placed

first overall.

RESULTS:

2021-1st overall Māngere

College

1st Best Drummers

1st Perepere Vaine

1st Perepere Tane

1st Imene Tuki

1st Ute

1st Peu Tupuna

1st Peu Tupuna

1st Equal Rangatira Vaine

1st Drum Dance

1st Best Composition

2nd Best Composition

Indian Group

Karen Group

MC Term 1 Newsletter - 6


Tongan Group

RESULTS:

Mako Boys Dance - 3rd

place

Year 13 Speeches - 1st place

Lovely Alipate

Photos by MC Media

students Romeo and

Jorjane.

Samoan Group

RESULTS:

Overall placing - 3rd

2nd place - Sasa

3rd place - Taualuga

2nd place - Taupou

SPEECH COMPETITION:

1st in Year 11 - Mere Atanoa 11RA

3rd in Year 12 - Francesca Fuimaono 12BM

2nd in Year 13 - Adyhana Urika-Filifilia 13HS

1st in Impromptu - Rheima Misa T Iuta 13HI

Kapa Haka Roopu

MC Term 1 Newsletter - 7


Student Leaders 2021

Back row (L-R): Dave

Siulangapo, Alexis Fenton,

Bobbie Sue Sood, Nathan

Taufahema, Jahriena Maybir,

Rachel Auora

Front row (L-R): Alec Ah-

Lam, Makeleta Alofaki,

Jordan Mau'u (Head Boy),

Anne Tupou (Head Girl),

Mele Tu'akalau, O-Shay

Murphy, Romeo Fidow

Absent: Tala Senifoto, Luisa

Toomata, Adyhana Urika

Filifilia

Careers

MAU ACADEMY

Beginning in Term 1, a group of Year 12 and

13 students embarked on an exciting 7 week

journey with the Mau Academy.

Through discovering their 'Mau'/identity, this will

guide their design process as they design street

art, planter boxes and pavilions for Bader Drive

(outside school) and Elmdon St. Students will also

gain credits and build connections with Unitec

Pathways and Unitech.

MĀNGERE DEVELOPMENT

CADETSHIP PROGRAMME

BUNGEE JUMPING

WITH INTERNATIONAL

TRAVEL COLLEGE

Pictured are Māngere College sisters Tarial, Salote

and Aliitasi Seuteni who have been recognised at

a recent awards ceremony for their involvement in

the Māngere Development Cadetship Programme.

Luisa Toomata after a bungee jump as part of her

International Travel College course

MC Term 1 Newsletter - 8


Manawa Whenua

Leadership Programme

Here are some quotes from

some of our students who

are in the Manawa Whenua

Leadership Programme this

year:

stigma and change the

narrative between Pasifika

and Mental Wellbeing and

to normalise conversations

about mental health.”

“A positive from MWH so far is

being able to spread positive

messages to the school

during lock down.”

“What I like about this years

Hauora session is that we had

special quests coming and

talking to us about their lives

and the food.”

“A positive about MWH for

this year is ,its helped me

with strategies to break the

“During Hauora from

last weeks session, I leant

how important it is to

acknowledge your likings

and go after your dreams.”

“Manawa Whenua Hauora

is a place where everyone

from any background

come together and

communicate , share

stories, play games, make

friends and eat food

together."

Debate team

We now have two debates teams for

2021. A senior and junior team who

compete regularly at De La Selle

College. The Debates teams - choose

a side and battle through structure

and content to prove you're right.

MC SCHOLARS

Meet Tuesdays and Thursdays in

the Library 3.30 – 5.00pm for extra

support with your school work.

This year we have

heaps of new

members and have

had some upskilling in

photography.

Our MC Media students have done a great job

of photographing Polyfest and various sports

events while gaining great technical skills.

Watch out for our new TikTok page starting up!

MC Term 1 Newsletter - 9


MĀNGERE COLLEGE

PERFORMING ARTS X

DIGITAL DISCIPLINE

PERFORMING ARTS

LEADERS

This term we

announced our first

ever Performing

Arts Student

Leaders.

These students

were chosen as

representatives for

Performing Arts in

our school and wider

community due to

the ongoing passion

and commitment

they have dedicated

to MC Music, Dance

and Drama. We look

forward to seeing them

paving the way for

other students showing

strong leadership

and contributing new

and creative ideas for

our performances,

showcases and

performing arts

endeavours. They kicked

off their journey with

a special trip to the

Māngere Arts Centre to

be inspired by the show

“Code Switch”.

Our 2021 Performing Arts

Leaders are:

Seti Savele

Pypher Tohilima-Franklin

Mele Lelenoa

Dave Siulangapo

Adyhana Urika Filifilia

Kasey Wehi

Suli Petaia

D’nadcyn Matia

Temaleti Sinani

Caylis Masinamua

Jahriena Maybir

Anne Tupou

Te Amorangi Nuku

This term, one of

our senior music

classes has had the

privilege of having

workshops with

Tony Laulu from

Digital Discipline.

These workshops

have been centered

around the topics of

mental health in the

area of social media,

cyber bullying and

internet addiction.

Students have

discussed important

topics of self-image

and self-worth

and have enjoyed

taking a deeper

look into how we

view ourselves and

where we place our

priorities in life.

One of our

songwriting groups

was commissioned

by Digital Discipline

(with support from

the Ministry for

Pacific Peoples)

to write a song

that would shine a

light on this topic,

with D’nadcyn

Matia, Pypher

Tohilima Franklin,

Lilly-Anne Ikiua,

Siobahn Mafileo

and Te Amorangi

Nuku taking up the

challenge. With the

song completed,

D’nadcyn, Pypher

and Siobahn headed

into the recording

studio with Kava

Bowl Media’s

Malachi Samuelu

to professionally

record the track. The

music video was

then filmed in the T1

school holidays, and

was released on 5th

May.

Performing Arts Student Leaders 2021

PALACE DANCE

WORKSHOP

On 24th

February we

welcomed three

members from

Palace Dance

Studio and the

Royal Family

Dance Crew, Isla

Potini, Teesha

Siale & Christian

Segi. They held

an exciting

hip-hop dance

workshop that

was enjoyed by

all our senior

Dancers.

MC Term 1 Newsletter - 10


ANNOUNCING MUSIC PERFORMANCE GROUPS

FOR 2021!

Avenir: Pypher Tohilima-Franklin,

Seti Savele, Rheima Misa T Iuta,

Te Amorangi Nuku

Quartz: Lexus Walters, Lakai

Maea, Jasmine Lemoa, Meliame

Funaki

Duende: Pearl Taisi, Crystal

Fineaso, Hoparonee Aleni

Niu Sound: Adyhana Urika

Filifilia, D’nadcyn Matia, Temaleti

Sinani, Caylis Masinamua

Léas: Mere Atanoa, Luisa Lualua,

Henry Mataroa, Maaria Nuku,

Atalua Paulo, Sufali Pename

THE

PERFORMING

ARTS

SHOWCASE IS

COMING UP!

Save the dates:

Thu 24th & Fri 25th June

MEGASCHOOLS COMPETITION

In the Term 1 holidays two of our

dance crews headed over to the

Vodafone Events Centre to compete

at the annual Megaschools Hip

Hop Dance Competition. ‘Ma Galz’

Crew competed in the Mini-Crew

Division, and ‘MC Vibes’ competed

in the 9 Man Crew Division. The

Events Centre was packed full of

family, friends and supporters, and

our teams competed against strong

schools such as Manurewa High,

Avondale College and Mt Albert

Grammar. At the end of the night,

our crews were stoked to come away

with two placings; 2nd Overall for

Ma Galz Crew, and 3rd Overall for MC

Vibes. It was a fantastic experience

for our dancers not only to compete,

but to unify their team bond and

also gain inspiration from other

crews.

CREATIVE LOCKDOWN CHALLENGE

Creative Lockdown

Challenge

Congratulations to

our two Lockdown

Challenge winners, Suli

Petaia and runner-up,

Adyhana Urika Filifilia.

The challenge was to

create a music cover or

dance choreography to

the song “Sun Comes Up”

by Rudimental & James

Arthur. They both won

tuck shop credit and were

featured on our Māngere

College Performing Arts

Instagram.

MC Term 1 Newsletter - 11


1ST XV BOYS RUGBY

In April, our 1st XV rugby boys

played a friendly pre-season game

against the Māngere College Old

Boys with a win to the Old Boys.

It was a great opportunity for the

current and previous students to

connect and bond and the game

also tied into our 50th Jubilee

celebrations for the year.

MĀNGERE COLLEGE

SPORTS

The Māngere College 1st XV rugby team were

asked to perform a haka for Old Boy Ofa

Tu'ungafasi before his 100th game for the

Blues.

It was an honour for our 1st XV boys and Captain

Nathan Taufahema found the experience scary

with the large crowd but felt a great sense of

pride in what they had achieved as a group.

"We were shaking the whole time," he said.

"It made us feel proud wearing our uniform in

front of so many people.

"It gave us a sense of what it could be like to be

where Ofa is one day."

HAKA FOR OFA'S 100TH GAME

MC Term 1 Newsletter - 12


VOLLEYBALL

Senior Boys Volleyball

Senior Girls A Volleyball

Senior Girls B Volleyball

IMPORTANT SPORTS TEAMS DATES

BASKETBALL

Junior Boys

- Monday scrimmage at Nga

Tapuwae College – starting

Monday 19 May

- Wednesday training at Māngere

College 3.10pm – 5.00pm

- Friday training at Māngere

College 3.10pm – 5.00pm (this may

vary each week)

U17 Boys

- Monday scrimmage at Nga

Tapuwae College – starting

Monday 19 May

- Wednesday/Thursday training at

Māngere College 3.10pm – 5.00pm

- Friday training at Māngere

College 3.10pm – 5.00pm (this may

vary each week)

U17 Girls/Open

- Monday scrimmage at Nga

Tapuwae College – starting

Monday 19 May

- Thursday training at Māngere

College 3.10pm – 5.00pm

Open Boys

- Monday scrimmage at Nga

Tapuwae College – starting

Monday 19 May

- Wednesday training at Māngere

College 3.10pm – 5.00pm

- Friday training at Māngere College

3.10pm – 5.00pm (this may vary each

week)

All teams will train on Monday 10

May at Māngere College.

Season starting date: Tuesday 4

May – Tuesday 27 July (3 weeks

of grading, competition will start

Tuesday 25 May)

At Bruce Pulman, Stadium,

Papakura for U17 Boys, U17 Girls/

Open, Open Boys

Season starting date: Thursday 6

May – Thursday 29 July (3 weeks of

grading, competition will start Tues

25 May)

At Bruce Pulman, Stadium,

Papakura for Junior Boys

NETBALL

Monday & Wednesday trainings for 3

weeks only 3.10pm – 4.30pm

Monday trainings only from Monday

24 May 3.10pm – 4.30pm

Grading day: Wednesday 19 May -

Wed 16 June

Promotion/Relegation: Wednesday

23 June – Wed 11 Aug

RUGBY

Girls Rugby

Wednesday’s & Friday’s 3.30pm –

4.30pm (Training Day’s)

Game day’s – Monday’s starting on

Monday 24 May

U15 Rugby – Tuesday & Thursday

3.30pm – 5.00pm (Training Day’s)

1st XV Rugby – Tuesday & Thursday

3.45pm – 4.45pm (Training Day’s)

Competition Day – Saturday 22 May

(Home & Away)

Week 2

Match: Māngere College U15 vs Mt

Roskill Grammar U15

Date: Thursday 13th May

Venue: TBC

Time: TBC

Match: Māngere College 1st XV vs Mt

Roskill 1st XV

Date: Saturday 15th May

Venue: Māngere College

Time: 11am

Coach:

1st XV rugby : Sam Tuia

MC Term 1 Newsletter - 13


Science

TRIP TO AMBURY FARM

Our Year 11 Science

students had a field trip

at Ambury Park during

Term 1.

The purpose of the

trip was to enhance

knowledge on animal

genetics and selective

breeding.

The students learnt the

differences between

breeds of sheep and

cattle and how to

recognise the dominant

characteristics and the

how these are passed to

their offspring.

The students also

acquired knowledge to

identify and distinguish

dairy and meat cattle.

Students were also

exposed to how to

identify cattle breeds

and to see how their

characteristics are

related to their uses and

the conditions they are

bred for.

The Science and Social Science Departments having a shared

morning tea

Geography

Catering

Level 2 Geography students visiting Hunua Falls for an NCEA

assesment

This term our Year 13 Catering class completed

an NCEA assesment at Manukau Institute of

Technology. Well done to the whole class for

passing the assesment.

Red Cross fundraising

Well done to our Red Cross group who fundraised

last term and raised $155.00 to donate to Red

Cross.

World Vision Youth Conference

Caylis, Krizzia and Fatima from the Student Council

attended the World Vision Youth Conference on the

10th of May. They were all inspired to make change!

Watch out for the 40 Hour famine coming up soon.

MC Term 1 Newsletter - 14


Sports Leadership

Early in Term 2 the

Level 2 Sports Leaders

were working hard

organising and

preparing to officiate

and run an Athletics

event for our junior

students this term.

Unfortunately, the

lockdowns in Term 1

resulted in this event

being cancelled/

postponed. However,

the Sports Leaders

have done great to

keep focused and

maintain a positive

attitude towards their

learning in this course.

In the second half of

this Term 1, the Sports

Leaders were coaching/

teaching our year 9

students through

ABL team building

activities. The year 12’s

are building confidence

in their leadership and

received great feedback

on their performance

from coaching the year

9’s.

Duke of Edinburgh Award

Prizegiving Ceremony

MC Garden Club

Congratulations to all of

our students who gained

a Duke of Edinburgh

Bronze award.

Students who completed

the award:

Mahdieh Ahmadi

Oumaima Abdallah

Ahmat

Lovely Alipate

Makeleta Alofaki

Mahdi Barbari

Alexis Fenton

Ross Funaki

Ali Habibi

Hser Hser

Fatima Hussaini

Najia Hussaini

Nargis Hussaini

Charlie Nguyen

Phuong Nguyen

Thu Nguyen

Abigail Panuve

Krizzia Mae Quinones

Shivashna Raj

Aqila Rajab Ali

Kwae Reh

Me Reh

Oo Reh

Soe Reh

Key Reh

Talalelei Senitofo

MeeCho Shwe

Hadi Sultani

Mele Tonga

Luisa Too'mata

Lilio Vea

Eh Takue Wah

Roanna Wah

MC Term 1 Newsletter - 15


MĀNGERE ROTARY

CLUB DONATES TO

50TH JUBILEE

Māngere College would like to extend its

gratitude to the Rotary Club of Māngere for its

generous donation towards our 50th Jubilee

celebrations.

Because of the donation, we were able to drop

our price for our Meet & Greet event which made

it more accessible for our alumni to attend.

Rotary’s work addresses many of today’s

most critical issues - health, hunger, poverty,

the environment, education, and literacy to

name a few. Other programmes focus on the

development of young people with leadership

training and student exchanges.

Māngere Rotary Club Members clockwise from top left: Roy Thomas,

Peter Sykes, Jo Latif (from Māngere College), Russell Allen, Satya Sami,

Robin Young, Ralph Hall, David Gock

TERM 2 CALENDAR

WEEK 1

3 May

4 May

5 May Manawa Whenua Hauora

Workshop 3pm

6 May

7 May

WEEK 2 - ROTUMAN LANGUAGE WEEK

10 May

11 May Senior Debates Team

4-6pm at De La Salle

College

Cook Islands parents

meeting in Staffroom 6pm

12 May Manawa Whenua Hauora

Workshop 3pm

Mau Rakau parents hui -

staffroom 6pm

13 May Teacher only day

14 May Level 2 Market Day

WEEK 3

17 May

Junior Debates Team @

Tangaroa College 4-6pm

18 May South Auckland Maths

Competition Event #1

APOPS Discovery Concert

Trip to Auckland Town Hall

19 May NZ Music Month Māngere

Town Centre Library

Performance

Manawa Whenua Hauora

Workshop 3pm

20 May

21 May

WEEK 4

24 May

25 May

26 May Manawa Whenua Hauora

Workshop 3pm

27 May

28 May Careers Expo

WEEK 5 - SAMOAN LANGUAGE WEEK

31 May

1 June

2 June South Auckland Maths

Competition Event #2

Manawa Whenua Hauora

Workshop 3pm

3 June Parent/student/teacher

interviews 2.30pm-7pm

4 June Parent/student/teacher

interviews 9am-3.20pm

WEEK 6 - LEADERSHIP CAMP

7 June Queens Birthday

8 June

9 June Manawa Whenua Hauora

Workshop 3pm

10 June

11 June

MC CONNECTIONS Dinner

NZ School of Dance South

Auckland Intensive 2021 @

Alfriston College

WEEK 7 - SMILECARE

14 June

15 June South Auckland Maths

Competition Event #3

16 June Manawa Whenua Hauora

Workshop 3PM

17 June

18 June

WEEK 8 - PERFORMING ARTS SHOWCASE

21 June

Performing Arts Showcase

Rehearsals

Performing Arts Showcase

Rehearsals & setup

22 June

Māngere Mathematics

Competition

Performing Arts Showcase

rehearsal day at MAC

23 June

Manawa Whenua Hauora

Workshop 3pm

Performing Arts Showcase -

24 June

Matinee 1 and Concert 1

Performing Arts Showcase

25 June

- Matinee 2 and Concert 2

WEEK 9 - MATARIKI & OPEN WEEK

28 June

29 June

30 June South Auckland Maths

Competition Event #4

Manawa Whenua Hauora

Workshop 3pm

1 July

2 July

WEEK 10

5 July

6 July

7 July

8 July

Māngere Mathematics

Competition

Manawa Whenua Hauora

Workshop 3pm

9 July Last day of the term

MC Term 1 Newsletter - 16

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