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2015-03-10-10-33-52
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2015-03-10-10-33-52
2015-03-10-10-33-52
2015-03-10-10-33-52
2015-03-10-10-33-52

Community

Community


Course: Year 9 students who are identified as accelerated readers go to Long Bay Primary once a week to read with the remedial readers. Three students go on a rotating roster every Monday morning. Contact:Ms Jennie Taylor When:Rotating roster every Monday morning


Course: Ecolution is an action based group focussed on developing leadership through sustainability education and participation. Students who choose to join the team will engage with a range of environmental issues of their choice. They will be supported to develop relevant actions and will build their knowledge through access to guest speakers and connections with relevant organisations. No prior knowledge is required. All that is needed is a positive attitude and a passion for and commitment to sustaining ourselves, our communities and our environment. Actions and activities are scheduled based on opportunity and need. Contact:Mrs Thea Killian When:The group meets on Thursday lunchtime (usually in O2). Actions and activities vary.


Course: The group is a safe trustworthy environment for people of all sexuality's and genders. Within the group we offer help, support and friendship to students of all years in the school. People can get one on one or group support depending on how they feel more comfortable talking about their issues and worries. The group is called LGBTQ+ group. It is student run and usually has between five and seven people attending every Thursday lunchtime in L4. We do different activities and games, and provide people with a place where they can feel safe and unjudged. We are a supportive group for anyone who may need any help. Contact:Mr Martin Brennan When:every Thursday lunchtime in L4


Course: Homework help and tutoring is available for those requiring additional help with school work. This is a student-led service which provides help with homework via one off or ongoing tutoring arrangements. Students can be assigned a tutor, who will contact the student and arrange a suitable time. Tutoring sessions are held in the library or in classrooms where required. In addition to this, students can email one-off homework questions to Homework Express for assistance via email. For further information or to book tutoring help contact Academic student leaders at [email protected] Contact:Academic Prefects and Mrs Dawn Ross When:To be arranged with tutor


Course: Ignite is a group for those with a Christian faith to get together for friendship and support. Visiting speakers are often a highlight.The leaders are enthusiastic and the group also creates events for the whole school to enjoy. Contact:Mrs Toni Cliffin When:Tuesday lunchtimes


Course: Get involved in some of the many events and activities from all over the world - from tai chi to bubble soccer, multilingual song and dance to the wishing wall, Cultural Fusion to the Multicultural Show, the Food Market to our International Community Gala. A great opportunity to celebrate some of the many different cultures we have in our school - come along and join in the fun! Contact:Mrs Jayne Jones When:Regular lunchtime meetings during Term 2 in A4


Course: LBC stands for 'Long Bay Cares'. Often referred to as 'Kindness Club', our members believe that the world should be a kinder place and we are interested in making others happy. Happiness, confidence, improved health and success are just some of the benefits that have been associated with altruistic (kind and selfless) behaviour. The members of LBC Club get together weekly at lunchtime in L12 to discuss and plan both small and large acts of altruism. Members of the club recognize the benefit and impact of 'Random Acts of Kindness' and we challenge one another to perform these regularly. As the need for kindness and caring is identified within our community, members of The LBC Club aim to respond appropriately. Membership is open to students from all levels. Contact:Mrs Charmayne Armstrong & Mrs Anne Millar When:Thursday lunchtime in Rm L12


Course: Year 12 and 13 students with an interest in Psychology and Health are invited to be part of an outward-focused team that serves all students in positive and proactive ways. We meet fortnightly throughout the year and receive training and seminars on diverse health related topics including stress, anxiety, friendships, depression and more. We are trained to mentor younger students, problem-solve friendship disputes and also visit junior classes to run health related lessons. Contact:Mr John Meeske When:Meet fortnightly


Course: We aim to advocate for UNICEF and Anmesty International through a wide range of projects and to express youth voice at Long Bay. Activities around school include our members organising a Mufti with a UNICEF (blue) theme, we will also be launching a social media page to raise awareness for child poverty and human rights as well as planning more events. Contact:Mrs Jana Durdevic When:Every Thursday lunchtime


Course: The Year 9 camp provides the very popular opportunity for Year 9 students to go on a three day and two night experience to the wild Waitakere coast. It will involve a variety of unforgettable activities working in small group and students will be involved in cooking meals, sleeping in tents and not getting ruffled if it rains. This camp will stretch our Year 9 students both physically and mentally with a series of challenges including; no electricity, tramping part of the Hillary Trail with a daypack, and perhaps the most difficult challenge of no cell phone coverage! Contact:Mr Jeff Evans When:Year 9 Camp takes place at the end of each year




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