SC Daily Notices
Wednesday 23rd October Raapa E rua tekau ma toru o Whiringa-a-nuku
Week B Assembly for Years 7,8,10 and 11-13 in GYM at 1215
Year 9 Mates and Dates at 1215 – see rooms below
Year 9 Aitken & Uttley – Rm 03
Year 9 Fergusson & Smith – Rm 14
Year 9 Glasgow & Plimmer – Rm GR2
Year 9 Mackenzie & Mawson – Rm S12
There is a great deal of construction work going on around our campus. Take care and make sure you follow any instructions on fences or barriers.
Students are reminded that only Y13 students have permission to be off site at Lunchtime. Students should not be at the shops or on roads or in alleys around the school site during the school day.
Room changes for Term 4
Struthers – 13LNAS – to room 21
Hawley – 12PHY (line 3) – to C11
Hawley – 12PHY (line 2) – to Shelley Lecture Theatre (except for Friday 25th October, when the Hub will need to be used instead)
Hawley – 13PHY – to G14
Hoult – 13PHY – to Shelley Lecture Theatre
Slack – 13PHY – to room 13
Brookes – 12LEA (Week A Monday lesson 5) – to room 14
Dyer – 11PROJ (Week A Thursday lesson) – to room 13
Connell – 10BP Health (Week A Friday lesson 4) – to P13 on Fri 18th Oct and room 13 on Fri 1st Nov
Connell – 10AC Health (Week B Friday lesson 5) – to room 19
Seau – 10BK RE (Week B Monday lesson 2) – to P13
Smith – 9AN RE (Week B Tuesday lesson 5) – to GR2
McKnight – 12TOK & 13ESS (Week B Wednesday lesson 3) – to GR1
Y9 and Y10 speech semi-final – CL1 Wednesday October 23 3.30pm
Due to the number of contestants we will listen to just the first 2 minutes of each speech.
Zion Opitaia- Tiatia
Nicolas Volpicelli Muollo
Reminder that all student motorcycles/mopeds/scooters must be parked down at the SCOBA pavilion
Year 13 Photo
Weather permitting, this Friday, after chapel on the lawn in front of Aitken.
NZ Secondary Schools Track and Field Champs – Newtown Park 6th-8th December.
HELPERS NEEDED during this weekend’s big athletics event.
Please email or see Miss O’Rourke if you can help.
Meals provided, free event t-shirt (as well as the chance to see NZ’s top school athletes competing)
Fri 6th 12:30-6:30pm
Sat 7th 8am-1pm or 1-6pm
Sun 8th 7:30-12:30 or 12:30-5pm
House Competition this Wednesday – Debating
The moot for this week will be: “Teaching of Te Reo should be compulsory in all NZ schools.”
Please note a change of rooms as 02 is now included in the demolition zone:
Year 13 Leavers Jersey
A communication was emailed to all parents and caregivers last week advising orders are now being accepted . Please order via the school website.
Delivery will be 20 November .
Wellington Bike Fest – How might you get involved? Check out the link below.
WET WEATHER ROOMS
Wet Weather Rooms
Yr10 Leaders + Duty Staff
N1 & N2
Fergusson & Plimmer Yr13s + Duty Staff
G3 & G4
Mawson & Aitken Yr13s + Duty Staff
03 & 04 (Downstairs Aitken Block)
Smith & Glasgow Yr13s + Duty Staff
Uttley & Mackenzie Yr13s + Duty Staff
Senior Leaders (All Houses) + Duty Staff
Meetings in O4 every Tuesday at Morning Tea. If you are signed up and want to discuss your progress, come along. If you want to learn about the scheme and how to get involved, you should come along too.
Wednesday 23rd October
TWISTED NOTES Years 7 – 11
Meet in MR1 at 1.15 for rehearsal today, please bring your lunch. We start playing at 1.30!
Scots Tennis Squad Training:
Just confirming we commence Scots tennis squad training this Wednesday from 6.45am at the Renouf centre (indoor courts).
George Lyons (unavailable this week only)
Sam Christie (unavailable this week only)
Come and support sustainable coastlines by buying a cookie cup with ice cream with a choice of toppings. Sale on Wednesday the 30th at lunchtime. Bring $5. EFTPOS and cash is accepted. You will find us by the new staff room and outside G4. Enjoy the product and help save the planet!
Community Project – Predator Free Wellington
On behalf of Predator Free Wellington: We are distributing Chew Cards in a few stations around the school.
Chew Cards are a device which you fill with peanut butter and attach them to low points of trees or in compost bins.
These will track the activity of rats in Wellington and recognize where rats are.
Please take a chew card or two from one of the stations around the school along with a usage guide as you are leaving.
Thank you for contributing to the predator-free effort!