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Students nominated for theatre awards

Congratulations to Mikayla Robson (Year 13) and two of our former Prefects, Grace Coffman (2019) and Adam Newey (2019) who have been nominated for Auckland Community Theatre Awards for their work in 2020.

Mikayla Robson – Best female in a minor role for “Oklahoma”
Grace Coffman – best direction in “Oklahoma”
Adam Newey – Best male in a minor role for “Macbeth”

NCEA results out today – January 21

We wish our students all the very best with their NCEA results, which are expected to be released today (Thursday, January 21 2021). Students will need to login to https://www.nzqa.govt.nz/login/ with their NZQA login details to see their results. The NZQA help desk can support anyone experiencing login difficulties.

We’re looking forward to welcoming everyone for the 2021 academic year

Nga mihi nui. Here’s some important information to help prepare for the start of the school year.

KEY DATES:
• NCEA results released, Thursday, January 21 via NZQA.
• LBC’s school office opens from Monday, January 25, 9am.
• Student timetables will be released via the KAMAR portal on Monday, January 25, 5pm – students are requested to please check it and see their email for information.
• Senior students course confirmation bookings can be made for Friday, January 29. Details will be emailed on Monday, January 25.
• For Year 9 and new students to LBC, school begins on Tuesday, February 2, 8.30am (please go to the Gymnasium for a formal welcome).
• ALL students begin Term One on Wednesday, February 3, 8.45am (please go to your Atawhai class – students are asked to check their timetable for Atawhai room changes).
• ID photos will be taken on Monday, February 15.
STUDENT GUIDE:
• An outline of our College’s requirements and expectations can be found on our website here.
GETTING PREPARED:
• For uniform, BYOD and stationery requirements, please see our website and visit the ‘enrolment’ tab.
• Need new school shoes? Before you go shopping, read this first.
BUS INFORMATION
• Please find details on our website here.
2021 TIMETABLE:
• We have changed up the school timetable in 2021. For all information, go here.
NEW HOUSE SYSTEM:
• We’re excited to launch our house system in 2021. Find out more here.
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LBC office opens for 2021

Our college reception/office will open on Monday, January 25 at 9am.
The term dates can be found on our website here.
 
 

2020 Dux and Proxime Accessit

A special congratulations to our Year 13 Prefect, Sanna Kalberer, who was announced the 2020 Dux at the Academic Awards on December 8, and also to Bella de Silva who was named our Proxime Accessit. A big congratulations goes to all of our award recipients for their academic successes. A link to photos will be emailed to all award recipients and their families on Wednesday, December 9.
 

Collect your 2020 Yearbook

On Wednesday, December 9 and Thursday, December 10, students are invited to the Students Centre at interval and lunchtimes to collect a very important piece of LBC memorabilia – the 2020 Yearbook! This 100 page book features highlights of what was a very different kind of year.
This year, we created a special cover for the Yearbook that references the strong connections of our school communty, despite the distance and isolation we all experienced with almost nine weeks of lockdown under COVID-19 alert levels 3 and 4. Many thanks to the students who took part in the cover photography shoot.

11 wins at Ballroom nationals

Congratulations to our student, Jack Lowe, who has amassed an amazing haul of NZ Ballroom Dancing top titles. Jack, and his dance partner Arwyn, competed in the New Zealand Ballroom Dance Championships recently and came away with 11 New Zealand titles. Eight of these were in youth events (16 years to 21) and three at adult level two (over 21). The pair even made it into the prestigious adult Latin final, placing sixth – just behind Brad and Brittany Coleman of ‘Dancing With The Stars’ fame!




 
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