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2015 NCEA and NZ Scholarship Results

EGGS students gained outstanding results in 2015. Please see the details, below. All students involved should feel justly proud of their
achievements - Congratulations!
Lorraine Pound - Principal


EGGS students have again achieved some outstanding NCEA Level One Scholars Level Two Scholars Level Three Scholars
results in 2015. Yeun An Alicia Arulseelan Hasini Atulwage
Evelyn Charlesworth Jade Beckmann Bomi Aum
93% of Level One students achieved this qualifcation, 95.7 at
Level Two and 90.3% of students at Level Three. 83.5% of Year Leanne Chen Martina Benjamin Morgan Brown-Sharpe
13 achieved University Entrance. Lucy Chen Cindy Burgess Annelise Chan
Mackenzie Ferguson Maddison Crutch Victoria Chen
When compared to national statistics EGGS results are Rachel Gock Katie Delbridge Jamie Chiang
well above the national average. These standards of high Isabella Holdsworth
achievement are also consistent over time. Ronnie Duan Anya Cropper
Olivia Holdsworth May Gao Shaan Fong
All students are to be congratulated on their results. It is really Javeria Kazmi Arthana Hemachandran Tammy Hung
key that students keep informed as to what the requirements Jessica Kirton-Luxford Sarah Kennelly Lucy Jensen
of each level are. There are special NCEA assemblies for each Maryana Kozakevych Andrea Knight Grace Kaemper
level in the coming weeks. There is also an information evening Angela Liu Susie Kwon Alexandra Littlewood
for parents in Term 2 on Thursday 5 May. Anjie Liu Victoria Lu Jendy Liu
Last week we celebrated the highest levels of success with Jessica Long Vanshika Mathur Maggie Lo
the presentation of Scholars Awards at assembly. These are Isla Marriott Zali McMahon Gillean Miller
awarded to no more than the top 5% of the cohort based on Mikayra Naidu Jenny Noh Kate Palmer-Neels
the course they have completed in that year. Jayna Patel Nayanika Podder Grace Stevens
Angela Qian Elizabeth Stuart Jessica Wong
Scholarship Fatema Rampurawala Monique Waller Fiona Wu
Scholarship is an extra examination to recognise the highest Annabelle Rennie-Younger Monica Wang Doris Zhang
levels of achievement in the country. Approximately 3% of the Harshi Rupasinghe Rosie Williamson
cohort sitting Level 3 in the particular subject nationwide are Sandani Senanayake Gabrielle Wilson
awarded Scholarship. Students who receive a Scholarship earn Liyana Muhandiramgei
$500 for each of the frst three years of study. Connolly Wilkins Coco Yu
Sara-Louise Williams Renee Zhang
This year EGGS students achieved 84 Scholarships (including 4
Outstanding Scholarships) in 22 subject areas. Francesca Wilson
Helen Zheng
Three students achieved four Scholarships each:
For photos of the 2015 Scholars click here 2015 Scholars
Bomi Aum
Grace Kaemper
Doris Zhang
Fiona Wu achieved three Scholarships including an Outstanding Scholarship in History.


The Learning Centre (formerly LEAP) has been going through a review of existing programmes as well as the introduction of two new
programmes. Some changes have been made to the Life Skills programme which is now called the Learning Support Programme.
The Year 11 Learning Support Programme focuses on organisation skills, time management, communication skills and will also include
literacy support. It has been designed for students that are at risk of not achieving Level 1. The girls are ofered an opportunity to achieve
Level 1 Literacy through three unit standards.
The Year 12/13 Learning Support Programme has been aligned with the schools values. Each term is connected to a school value and involves
students organising and hosting events at the school. The programme has been designed for students that are at risk of not achieving
Level 2 or University Entrance Literacy. The new programme aims to increase student engagement and attendance as well as developing
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