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    • Twilight Track Meet No 5 Results
      • 10 Feb 2021
      • Wellington Scottish Athletics Club
      • Twilight Track Meet 5 - 10/02/2021 Hosted by Wellington Scottish Athletics Club Newtown Park Stadium, Wellington Event 140 Men 400 Metres Run Open ======================================================================= Name Age Team Finals Points ======================================================================= Finals 1 Mckenzie, Ethan 18 Titahi Bay 51.90 2 Hunter, Jack 16 Ath Wairarapa 52.48 3 McKenna, Axel 17 Titahi Bay 52.69 4 Mills, Kosta 18 Ath Wairarapa 53.83 5 Beard, Reuben 18 Wgtn Harrier 54.15 6 Tanimoto, Hiro 36 Wgtn Scottish 59.33 7 Milne, Zac 22 Victoria Uni 1:07.00 8 Wray, Michael 54 Wgtn Scottish 1:08.20 Event 340 Women 400 Metres Run Open ======================================================================= Name Age Team Finals Points ======================================================================= Finals 1 Walker, Amy 19 Wgtn Scottish 59.52 2 Sceats, Katelyn 16 Victoria Uni 1:02.54 3 Jenkins, Becs 17 Titahi Bay 1:03.03 Event 555 Mixed 5000 Metres Run Open ======================================================================= Name Age Team Finals Points ======================================================================= Finals 1 Martelletti, Paul M42 Unattached 14:57.94 2 Tanimoto, Hiro M36 Wgtn Scottish 15:52.86 3 Prendergast, Robert M31 Wgtn Scottish 15:55.78 4 Day, Kristian M31 Wgtn Scottish 16:10.81 5 Hunt, Ryan M24 Victoria Uni 16:15.04 6 Jackson, Anthony M35 Lower Hutt 16:16.47 7 Saunders, Alasdair M40 Wgtn Scottish 16:33.23 8 Boyd, Tommy M24 Victoria Uni 16:37.66 9 McLean, Grant M53 Wgtn Scottish 16:39.41 10 Richardson, Alistair M28 Wgtn Scottish 16:50.66 11 Muir, Ruby W30 Wgtn Scottish 17:00.10 12 Keller, Simon M48 Wgtn Scottish 17:14.85 13 Jones, Liam M22 Wgtn Scottish 18:01.78 14 Lynch, Deborah W29 Olympic 18:05.74 15 George, Esther W29 Wgtn Harrier 18:10.34 16 Gordon, Darren M48 Lower Hutt 18:27.45 17 Riceman, Sarah W27 Wgtn Harrier 18:32.10 18 Zath, M M Unattached 18:50.32 19 Spencer, Miranda W30 Wgtn Harrier 18:56.06 20 Krieble, Todd M62 Wgtn Harrier 19:09.57 21 Wong, Brad M38 Wgtn Scottish 19:21.78 22 Hardaker, Nat W39 Wgtn Harrier 20:06.79 23 Gunn, Willie M50 Wgtn Harrier 20:14.32 24 Hayes, Brian M74 Wgtn Harrier 22:07.61 Event 110 Men 100 Metres Run Open ======================================================================= Name Age Team Finals Points ======================================================================= Heat 1 Wind: 1.6 1 Kingi, Zechariah 17 Titahi Bay 10.92 2 Trego, Tyrone 17 Upper Hutt 11.25 3 Lambert, Ben 16 Paraparaumu 11.28 4 McKenna, Axel 17 Titahi Bay 11.79 5 Mckenzie, Ethan 18 Titahi Bay 11.88 6 Tofts, Max 16 Paraparaumu 11.92 7 Aliva, Fiti 16 Titahi Bay 12.04 8 Lawrence, Matthew 24 Wgtn Harrier 12.07 Heat 2 Wind: -0.5 1 Matsuoka-Webber, Andrew 40 Palmerston Nth 12.59 2 Tanimoto, Hiro 36 Wgtn Scottish 14.38 =============================================================================== Name Age Team Finals Wind H# Points =============================================================================== Finals 1 Kingi, Zechariah 17 Titahi Bay 10.92 1.6 1 2 Trego, Tyrone 17 Upper Hutt 11.25 1.6 1 3 Lambert, Ben 16 Paraparaumu 11.28 1.6 1 4 McKenna, Axel 17 Titahi Bay 11.79 1.6 1 5 Mckenzie, Ethan 18 Titahi Bay 11.88 1.6 1 6 Tofts, Max 16 Paraparaumu 11.92 1.6 1 7 Aliva, Fiti 16 Titahi Bay 12.04 1.6 1 8 Lawrence, Matthew 24 Wgtn Harrier 12.07 1.6 1 9 Matsuoka-Webber, Andrew 40 Palmerston Nth 12.59 -0.5 2 10 Tanimoto, Hiro 36 Wgtn Scottish 14.38 -0.5 2 Event 310 Women 100 Metres Run Open ============================================================================ Name Age Team Finals Wind Points ============================================================================ Finals 1 Witharana, Chethana 16 Olympic 13.49 0.3 2 Jenkins, Becs 17 Titahi Bay 13.80 0.3 3 Sakamoto, Ayano 27 Unattached 15.58 0.3 Event 561 Mixed 600 Metres Run Open ======================================================================= Name Age Team Finals Points ======================================================================= Finals 1 Mills, Kosta M18 Ath Wairarapa 1:27.18 2 Hunter, Jack M16 Ath Wairarapa 1:27.41 3 Beard, Reuben M18 Wgtn Harrier 1:28.42 4 Tanimoto, Hiro M36 Wgtn Scottish 1:35.04 5 Carpenter, Charlotte W22 Victoria Uni 1:48.57 6 Walker, Heather W51 Wgtn Scottish 1:49.68 7 Kerrison, Neve W18 Wgtn Harrier 1:53.94 8 Milne, Zac M22 Victoria Uni 1:54.94
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    • Weekly Wrap Up (Week 6, Term 1)
      • 6 Mar 2020
      • Wellington High School
      • Important Dates Monday 9 March: Board of Trustees meeting 6pm Friday 27 March: Learning Conversations Monday 6 April: Board of Trustees meeting 6pm Wednesday 8 April: Term ends Important Information Principal’s message and community consultation for property planning  his mid-term Principal’s message, Dominic talks of the school’s roll growth, the Education Growth Plan for Wellington Central, and the opportunity to be involved in the first stages of consultation as we work with master planners to develop our facilities and site. To read the Principal’s message, click here. One of the first steps in planning for our future is to consult the school community to talk about aspirations and vision for a future school. The first consultation sessions are on Tuesday 17 March and Wednesday 18 March and will involve groups of students, whānau and staff. To sign up to be involved in the future planning consultation meetings on 17 and 18 March, click here. Student safety The Police have advised us of incidents in the Webb Street area where members of the public have been threatened. If your student walks through this area, please advise them to be safe and walk with friends where possible. Metlink bus service information You may be aware that a number of Metlink bus services start at or near WHS. To see the full list of services for Term 1, 2020, click here. What’s happening? Dragonboating This weekend our staff and student teams will be out on the water. If you are in the city at the following times, head down to the waterfront to support them. Staff teams will be on the water on Saturday 7 March at 10.00am, 10.40am, 12.20am, 1.50pm and 3.50pm. On Sunday 8 March, it is our students’ term. Their races will take place at 10.20am, 11.00am, 11.50am with the time for the finals to be confirmed. Drama Camp 2020  Year 13 Drama students travelled to Featherston this week for a three day rehearsal intensive. Isolated from distraction we took the scripted word and forged this into physical action. Hard work, focus and commitment by the students means we are now looking good for opening night on Monday 23rd March.  While Wairarapa sunshine demanded intervals of bush walks and river swims we still ploughed through an extraordinary amount of material.  We look forward to sharing with you the fruits of our labour as follows: Every Brilliant Thing by Duncan MacMillan Monday 23rd – Wednesday 25th March, 4pm and 6pm on the Riley Hall stage Girls Like That by Evan Placey Tuesday 31st March at 6pm, Wednesday 1st March at 4pm and 7pm Year 12 visit City Gallery Photography students had a treat this week listening to Shaun Waugh talk about his passion and inspiration for creating his work . Students were then taken through a workshop on developing their own cyanotype based on cubism. The students really enjoyed the opportunity to meet an artist and get involved in a hands on workshop.  Te Papa workshop Te Papa  has developed some new provocations to get audiences and in particular young adults thinking about art in the galleries in new ways. Te papa has invited a group of WHS students to trial these ideas. Last Monday,the students went into the galleries trying out and giving feedback on the provocations,  and what worked for them. The students feedback will definitely feed into what Te Papa is planning to produce in coming exhibitions. Thanks to Samson Bodkin, Eve Ashby, Dillon Parker and Molly Henry who took part in this workshop. He Kākano supported by Year 11 PE The He Kākano students were supported by a YR11 PE class during their mainstream in practice-integrated, interactive adapted involvement with peers session in the gym this week.       Careers Gateway opportunity with Chorus Telecommunications The Chorus Gateway program is run one day per week over eight weeks and is made up of two unit standards totaling 21 credits at Levels 2 and 3. The course is run by iskills, a Category One NZQA private training establishment that offers the only telecommunications technician apprenticeship in New Zealand. This course will include classroom-based learning, hands-on network lab activities, and in-field observation. Students may be introduced to industry contacts regarding employment and recruiting opportunities following successful completion of the course. They are looking for students who: Show an interest in the future of technology Enjoy learning about modern tech devices such as mobile, tablet, and device applications  Have a natural curiosity of how technologies work  Are innovative and enjoy new challenges Work well with teams  This Gateway placement is by application, applications close Friday 13 March, to apply please email paula.willis@whs.school.nz and complete a Gateway Expression of Interest form available from Student Services or on the school website, the form must be signed by a parent or caregiver. Successful applicants would start in Term 2, 2020. For more information on the Chorus Gateway programme visit https://www.iskills.co.nz/gateway/
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