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Centenary Celebrations 5 - 9 April 2017, Join Us

This week we waved goodbye to our Year 13 students as they go on study leave, we wish them
the best of luck with their examinations and for the future. The young women of EGGS will
look back on their time at the school with fond memories. Goodbyes also call for reunions
and the Centenary Celebrations will provide the perfect opportunity to reconnect with former
classmates, friends and teachers. We look forward to seeing many familiar faces in April 2017.

You, the EGGS community, are an important part of the schools history so come and join us
as we celebrate 100 years of timeless core values and a sense of community next year. If you
haven t registered yet, please head over to iTicket to secure your tickets. There are wonderful
family events including a Sports Extravaganza and very own festival EGGSFEST, theres
something for everyone.

We can t wait to share this special occasion with you all.

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Centenary Sponsorships

If you have a business and would like to sponsor any aspect of the Centenary please contact us
on Your generosity will be much appreciated.

teacher agency, with our group sharing their new knowledge to
implement improvements within their various departments and
across the school.

We look forward to sharing more about this project with the whole
school later this term, and to the growing use and improvement of
these strategies next year.

Tournament of the Minds - National

Competition Win

Over the term break our team that gained frst place in the Regional
Tournament of the Minds competition travelled to Wellington to
compete in the National Finals. We are very proud to announce that
this team won their division in the National Final and were awarded Pictured from left to right Paris McNeilage, Chantelle Heywood, Amelia
Meade, Bonnie Stainton and Danielle Sutton
with the Tournament of the Minds frst place trophy in Language
and Literature. The National Final involved using creative, critical and caring
thinking to solve a challenge in a 3 hour lock-down situation before
The team consisted of Amelia Meade, Paris McNeilage, Chantelle performing the answer to a panel of judges and audience. Our team
Heywood, Bonnie Stainton and Danielle Sutton and they were competed against the Regional-winning schools from Palmerston
accompanied to the National Tournament by teachers Amanda North, Wellington and Christchurch. We are very proud of their
Lawrence and Cate Campbell. outstanding result.


This term the Careers department is holding a special series of fve Thursday lunchtime talks for our junior students. The talks are planned
around the Vocational Pathways which are a useful tool
for students and parents to consider when having that talk about possible career pathways.
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