A huge congratulations to boccia player and AGHS student, Alisha Mill, who was presented with the Canterbury Sports Foundation “Bernie Walker Award” at their recent AGM.The Bernie Walker Award is presented annually to a Canterbury based junior athlete (19yrs & under) who has achieved to a high standard of performance in their chosen sport. As part of this award, Alisha also receives a funding grant to support her development as a boccia player. This award was first presented in 2006 and this is the very first time a Para athlete has received this award! Well done Alisha!
This week on AGHS Aroha our execs announce more competitions, competition winners and more notices for you during lockdown.
In this weeks episode of AGHS Aroha our senior execs announce even more competitions and announce the winners of last week's Pou competition.
Our second video by our Student Executive Team. This one includes 2 competitions to get involved in for our students and some helpful tips on school starting back for Term 2 this week as you learn at home.
The Avonside Girls' High School Student Executive will be making a series of videos for our school community to keep in touch, share ideas, run competitions and just stay connected over the course of the lock down.
Bula Vinaka, Fakaalofa lahi atu, Fakatalofa atu, Kia orana, Mālō e lelei, Mālō nī, Talofa lava, Kia ora and warm Pacific greetings to you all. The Ministry for Pacific Peoples are focused on the health and wellbeing of our Pacific families and communities and want to ensure you are informed and you are receiving updates.COVID-19 Updates You can now find Pacific translated COVID-19 material on the homepage by clicking on ‘Translations and Resources’ OR by clicking here: https://covid19.govt.nz/resources-and-translation/translations/ You can also find direct links to all translated material in the COVID-19 page of the MPP website https://www.mpp.govt.nz/pacific-people-in-nz/covid-19/ COVID-19 Videos from the [...]
Kia ora whānau. The announcement that the country is able to move out of Alert Level 4 in response to Covid-19 comes as welcome news.As from midnight on Monday 27 April the country moves to Alert Level 3 for at least two weeks and on Monday 11 May, Cabinet will make a further decision about alert levels. What are the key messages about Alert Level 3 and students at Avonside Girls’ High School? Years 11 – 13 students will remain at home, continuing with online learning. Years 9 and 10 students who are not able to stay home because there is no [...]
Our Senior Leadership Team have some messages for students and their families.In this time when we are all learning how to do new things, they thought they would challenge themselves to share them with you via video instead of their normal emails! You can also find a link to the FAQ from NZQA here: https://bit.ly/3f75fto
Kia ora Avonside community. It's a really challenging time for a lot of people at the moment - and it's ok to be struggling with that at times.The AGHS wellbeing team is keen to keep in touch with you and share all the fantastic resources and ideas for wellbeing that are out there at the moment to keep us all going. We'd love you to like and follow the page and hopefully we can help us all stay connected, and help get us through. Link to page: https://www.facebook.com/WellbeingAGHS/ See you over there!