Co-curricular Groups

Korean Language Club

Korean students meet fortnightly to discuss how they can further promote the Korean culture and language at LBC through various days and events. This is also a safe place to have conversations which relate to the integration of NZ and Korean culture in their lives, as well as other cultural issues. Students in this group […]

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Book Worm Programme

The Bookworm Programme is a group of our most avid readers in Year 9. Each week, 3 students from the group walk down to the local Primary School to support students with their reading. The Bookworm Programme is a great opportunity to work alongside younger students, to share your love of reading, and to be

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Dragon Dance

Dragon dance is a form of traditional dance and performance in Chinese culture. Students in the Dragon Dance group get together on Friday for about 1 or 2 hours after school during Terms 1 or 2 before the cultural festival week to learn and practise dragon dance movements. They perform in school events every year, especially

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NZ Sign Language Club

Would you like to have fun learning New Zealand Sign Language (NZSL)? This is a fun club for people to share their knowledge on NZSL and meet new people. Come join us and spread NZSL around the school. Teacher in charge: Elena Williams Where: Friday lunchtime in L3.

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LBC UNICEF is a student group dedicated to improving the lives of children across the world. UNICEF is the world’s leading children’s charity. They have worked in over 192 countries and territories around the world for the past 77 years, providing more kids with life-saving food, clean water, education, protection from violence, emergency relief and

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Movie Club

Movie Club is a space to relax and rewind, to connect with your friends and find new ones.  Come to discuss, talk and listen. Come and enjoy watching movies with us! Staff contact:  Ms Tatyana Strelets – When: Friday at lunchtime in O15

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Kapa Haka

Kia ora, nau mai ki Te Kapa Haka o Te Oneroa o Kahu. Welcome to our Long Bay College Kapa Haka. Wea re involved in the school pōwhiri at the start of the year and other school and cultural event, such as the Cultural Festival in term 1 and the end of year academic prizegiving.

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Sandwich Club 2024

Sandwich Club is a safe place for students to come and hang out during lunchtimes, every second Thursday. We read poems, short stories, and analyse songs, all while eating our sandwiches. Come along if you are interested!  Staff Contact: Ms Sharon Powell – When: Lunchtimes in L9. 

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