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    • Shaky ground
      • 15 Jun 2021
      • Eye of the Fish
      • “Standing on shaky ground, ever since you put me down…” sang the Temptations and it resonates deeply with people of Wellington.
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    • Maths Club
      • 14 Jun 2021
      • Wellington Girls' College
      • Maths Club will be doing a fun session on Palindromes today during lunchtime in B25. Feel free to join us.
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    • Tertiary Preparation Programme Yr13
      • 14 Jun 2021
      • Wellington Girls' College
      • TERTIARY PREPARATION PROGRAMME 2021   Location – P1 C/D   Session One: Week 7, 17th June (Thursday)   Transition to University: Ms Moran   What I Wish I had Known: The differences between High School and University     Alumni Panel with Q & A   Daisy van Wel Halls of Residence A week in the life of a university student How to take notes during lectures   Session Two: Week 8, 24th June (Thursday)   Academic Writing : Ms Kao   Applies to both Science and Arts Expected workload of a typical science paper Structure of academic writing Referencing requirements   Academic support systems: Ms Miles   How to get help Subject librarians  Student learning services 
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    • OU Information Evening in Wellington Wednesday 23 June
      • 14 Jun 2021
      • Wellington Girls' College
      • When: 6.30 – 8.30pm Where: Alan Gibbs Centre – Wellington College Who: All potential students and whānau What: Find out what Otago can offer you, hear about their accommodation options, learn about scholarships and their study options.
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    • Extinct snail Chilonopsis melanoides – from the Atlantic to Aotearoa
      • 14 Jun 2021
      • Te Papa's blog
      • While rummaging through cabinets, Curator Invertebrates Rodrigo Salvador found a two-centimetre treasure: the shell of an extinct snail from Saint Helena. Here he talks about the ecology of Saint Helena and how the snail ended up in a museum in New Zealand.Read more The post Extinct snail Chilonopsis melanoides – from the Atlantic to Aotearoa appeared first on Te Papa’s Blog.
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    • Opera agenda
      • 14 Jun 2021
      • Capital Magazine
      • By Tim Brown Tim Brown is a Wellington director of NZ Opera and also a trustee of the Creative Capital Arts Trust which puts on the annual Fringe Festival, CubaDupa and Classical On Cuba Festival.
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    • Waikato University Sir Edmund Hilary Scholarship
      • 13 Jun 2021
      • Wellington Girls' College
      • If you are thinking of applying for this and you want to meet the co-ordinator of this scholarship who is in Wellington on Thursday 17 June please let me know and I will organise for you to meet him. The Sir Edmund Hilary Scholarship is for high performance in Sports, Performing Arts and Creative Disciplines.
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    • 13 days left to fill in the School Testimonial Application Form
      • 12 Jun 2021
      • Wellington Girls' College
      • It is great to see that 205 Year 13s have now filled in the Testimonial Application form. That just leaves 91 students still to fill it in. Please make sure that you do this by Friday, 25 June (12 days from today). All Year 13 students need to do this. Here is the form. Do it now, if you haven’t done it already! (It’s very easy, and will take about a minute.) Many thanks Ms McCallister
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    • Follow the money
      • 10 Jun 2021
      • Capital Magazine
      • Photography by Stephen Langdon By Simon O’Neill ONZM A third of NZ Opera’s board, directors Murray Shaw, Rachael Walkinton, and Witi Ihimaera, have resigned, exposing turmoil in the local opera world.
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