Photos from Cultural Week and Thames Sports Exchange have now been placed in the Moodle Media Gallery.
Waiuku College News
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Alternatively, ask your English teacher about how to be involved today.
ETV media video streaming
As of last week all Y9-13 students have access to ETV content (not any R18 content e.g. Game of thrones)
You will not be able to request or book programmes for our online library.
You access ETV through your school email account: firstname.lastname@example.org where ETV have sent you a password to connect.
Students can access their outlook school email account via Moodle/student services/outlook email.
Microsoft office 365 free
You are also welcome/ entitled to activate a Microsoft 365 account ( free online word/PP/excel ) if you wish by going through Moodle/ student services/ 365 and downloading it. ( this download is best done at home or after school )
Any questions? please visit your student IT help desk in the IHUB
( 1st office on the right through main doors )
Here are a couple apps that students and family can use to help with well being and managing stress.
Smiling Mind (free)
Smiling Mind is modern meditation for young people. It is a unique web and App-based program, designed to help bring balance to young lives.
Headspace (introduction course free)
Headspace is a gym membership for the mind. A course of guided meditation, delivered via an app or online.
Check out the Staff Competition graph! It is getting
tight, (points have been awarded and updated from Staff Relay race, Chess Comp,
and Colour Run)
Congratulations to Alex, North, Emma and Claire who won 1st place in the Pavement Art Competition. House Results later in the week.
Stage Challenge performance in the hall at lunchtime. The team will be competing next week so come along and support them. Followed by a special guest performance.
The teacher's emerging from the colour cloud. well done to everyone who participated and the Services Academy for a great event.
Congratulations to Callum Urlich (Matai) who is the 2015 Chess Champion, after a tense game against Adam Good (Totara).
The final will be held in the Library at Lunchtime Tuesday. Adam Good (Totara) v's Callum Urlich (Matai). Come along and support your house.