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STUDENTS SELECTED FOR NFF SQUAD

 
Congratulations to our three students, Freddie Martin, Jacko Baird and Aidan Lehan. They have been selected for the Northern Football Federation’s squad, the Northern Comets to represent 14th Grade NFF teams at the at the National Age Group Tournament in December.

Transitioning to College

 
On November 16,  200 Year 8 students visited us to complete entrance testing as part of their transition to our school next year. We are looking forward to them all becoming a part of our Long Bay College family in 2019.
 

Long Bay College Main Gate Closure

From Monday, November 19, the school gates on the main drive will be closed between 3pm and 3.30pm.
In the interests of student safety, Long Bay College would like to reduce traffic in the College grounds at the end of the school day when a large volume of students are leaving.
The main drive gates will be closed and anyone in the carpark between these times will be unable to leave until the re-open.
If you are picking up your son or daughter after school, it is recommended you arrange a meeting point outside of the school grounds in the surrounding streets.
Thank you for your understanding and support with helping to keep our students safe.

Whanau Hui Meeting

 
We welcome everyone to the Maori and Pasifika Whanau Hui at Long Bay College
When: Monday, November 19 at 6.30pm
Where: Te Reo Maori classroom

JUNIOR PERFORMING ARTS SHOWCASE – NOVEMBER 20 & 21

 
Let the Long Bay College junior dance, drama and music students entertain you!
When: November 20 and 21, College Auditorium, starting at 7pm (doors open at 6.40pm).
Tickets: Limited $5 from Long Bay College’s reception

Students create book for Armistice

 
A class of Long Bay College’s Year 10 Social Science students have researched and created a book to remember those who fell during the First World War. It was published in time for the Armistice centenary (Nov 11, 2018), marking the end of the First World War, 100 years ago. The book, titled ‘Blue as a Cornflower, Red as a Poppy,’ provides different perspectives on the War and is designed for young readers. Copies will be distributed to local primary schools. Congratulations to the students involved and their teacher Miss Foster, for great work and helping to keep stories of the past alive. #LongBayPride

HEAD BOY SHARES VIEWS ON ISSUES FACING COLLEGE GRADUATES

 
What challenges will our College graduates face as they embark on their next step in life? In a unique study conducted by Stuff.co.nz, a generation of school leavers were asked to provide insights into their lives, goals and fears.  Long Bay College’s Head Boy, Blair McIntosh was selected to speak about his career aspirations and the issues affecting teenagers today and in the future. View Blair in this enlightening video and article here.

Geography Class Of 2018 Give Back

 
Students in Long Bay College’s 2018 Level 3 Geography classes wanted to finish their studies and time at the College by making a difference to others. The students decided to contribute to the World Vision Smiles Campaign and clubbed together to purchase two care packages for victims of human trafficking. They carefully chose items they knew, from their studies, would be useful to those in need #LongBayPride

Students Earn Economics Distinctions

 
Long Bay College students, Kiara Kruger, Alice Oh, Xander Butler and Travis Augenstein were recently awarded distinctions in the 2018 New Zealand Economics Competition. Congratulations!
 

Long Bay College Sports Awards 2018

Congratulations to all of our students who received an award at the Sports Awards on November 1.  A list of the Distinction Award recipients can be found here: Sports Awards 18
To view and purchase photos from the Sports Awards evening, please go here.

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