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Sustainability Week is coming!

Long Bay College is hosting a Sustainability Week from  June 5 until Friday, June 7. There will be a number of activities to grow awareness of how to help our environment.

Tree planting/plant donations – The College will be extending the school’s cultural garden towards the field with native planting. We invite school families, staff and members of the community to donate a native plant and plant it at our cultural garden reopening ceremony on Wednesday, June 5 at 4pm. To purchase a plant, see information here and please make a payment to Long Bay College referencing ‘SUST’ and the name of your selected plant and the STUDENT’S NAME. Long Bay College 12-3080-0073392-00.
Sustain your body by attending a Yoga class on Thursday, June 6, 4pm in the dance studio.
Purchase items from our online sustainability store.

 

Talent Quest 2019

 
Calling all students who would like to audition for Long Bay College’s Talent Quest 2019. Here’s your chance to showcase your unique talents. Auditions will be held this Thursday, May 30 at lunchtime and after school 3.30-5.30pm in the drama rooms. Visual artists – if you would like to feature your art, submissions will be required by June 10. For more information, please see the Arts Prefect Leaders – Zahra Kirk and Adam Newey.

Students star in Waterfront Theatre’s Beauty And The Beast

 
Congratulations to Long Bay College’s Arts Prefects, Tom Tobin and Aria Grant. They both have key roles in Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, on stage at the ASB Waterfront Theatre in Wynyard Quarter in June, produced by the Auckland Performing Arts Academy.
Tom is playing the dastardly Gaston and joining him will be Aria as Mrs Potts (who sings the signature song, Beauty and the Beast ‘Tale as Old as Time’).
There will be four shows from Friday to Sunday June 21 to 23. Tickets are available from the venue and Ticketmaster. Find out more about APAA here.

Redevelopment underway

 
Long Bay College is undertaking several building projects to upgrade our facilities this year. Work on site begins from May 23, 2019 and will continue intermittently until April 2020. The first project is the full redevelopment of one of our original blocks, M Block.  It will be refurbished into 16 bright and airy classrooms.
Classes previously held in M block have been transferred to other classrooms around the College and into two relocatable buildings.
The building contractors and the College are aware of the impact the building works may have on neighbouring properties, regarding noise levels and road congestion. Every effort has been made to minimise disturbances.
We appreciate everyone’s patience and understanding as we go about creating an even better school for our current and future students.
 

‘LBC Mega’ in action

 
Long Bay College is delighted to share the video of our ‘LBC Mega’ performing at the Hip Hop International’s 2019 New Zealand Nationals. The team had an amazing time, proudly placing in the top ten of NZ secondary schools. Watch them in action here.

College closures

 
Please be aware of the following College closures during the final week of May and first week of June.
 

2019 Pink Shirt Day

 
Kōrero Mai, Kōrero Atu, Mauri Tū, Mauri Ora – Speak Up, Stand Together, Stop Bullying – was the theme of 2019’s #PinkShirtDay. Long Bay College proudly supported the event with a mufti day, awareness activities for students and pink cupcakes were available to purchase. The donations and funds raised will go to the NZ Mental Health Foundation. We all have a part to play in making our communities a safe, welcoming and respectful place for everyone – regardless of age, gender identity, sexual orientation, ability or cultural background. See this information from Netsafe about what to do if you know someone who needs help. We thank everyone for their support and efforts for Pink Shirt Day 2019.

Year 12 student selected for Smokefree Rockquest regional finals

 
Congratulations to Long Bay College’s Year 12 student and lead singer of ‘Ultrasound’, Oliver Bryce. His band took part in the North Shore regional Smokefree Rockquest 2019 heats on May 10 and is through to the regional finals! Head along to the finals and support them. Vote for Ultrasound through ZM’s People’s Choice by texting  Ultrasound to 959.
Texts cost 20 cents each, and you can only vote one time per number. Ultrasounds is on Instagram and Facebook.

2019 Cultural Festival and Multicultural Show a great success

 
Long Bay College’s Cultural Festival and Multicultural Show, held May 8-10 was a fantastic opportunity for students to experience another culture’s games, food, entertainment, sport, language and more ! We would like to thank everyone in our school and community for their wonderful support to make it happen. Photos of our students enjoying the international food festival and of their performances at the Multicultural Show are available to view and purchase as a digital file through Peter Black Photography here.

Student earns scholarship to Long Bay College

 
Long Bay College would like to warmly welcome Charles Mani from the Soloman Islands who is joining us on a two-year scholarship to study and to play Football. Learn more about Charles’ plans for his time in New Zealand here.




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