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Centenary Celebrations: Purchase a Centenary T-Shirt


Celebrate with us by purchasing a Centenary t-shirt, your very own piece of EGGS history.


To capture the moment therell be a full school photograph in February
2017 and wed love our students to be wearing their Centenary t-shirts for
this occasion. We ve some exciting ideas for a drone photo so watch this
space for spectacular aerial views!


There are two styles in navy and in white ranging from XS to XL sizes.
Each T-shirt is only $20 and an order form can be collected from Student
Administration at EGGS if you haven t put in an order already. Order forms
and payment are to be received by Friday 9 December and the t-shirts will
be distributed during tutor time on the frst day back in 2017. There will
be further purchasing opportunities in Term 1.

The t-shirts can be also be worn during the Centenary Celebrations 5-9
April 2017. To fnd out more about our amazing line up of events head
over to iTicket www.iticket.co.nz/go-to/eggs-centenary-events-2017


For a list of attendees visit:
www.eggs.school.nz/about/whos-coming.aspx
Like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/EGGSCentenary2017

Centenary Sponsorships

If you have a business and would like to sponsor any aspect of the
Centenary please contact us on eggs100@eggs.school.nz. Your
generosity will be much appreciated.



From the University of Auckland

Guaranteed entry: what school-leavers need to know

Youll be reading this at a very busy and important time for Year-13 students, as they complete their classes and focus on exams. So it s timely
to talk about how to make things just that little bit easier for your students and remind them what they need to know when it comes to
planning their future tertiary studies.

The University guarantees entry to our undergraduate programmes providing the applicant meets the University Entrance standard and
the admission requirements for their chosen programme(s). For more information click here.

How to help students with decision-making anxiety

Leaving school and coming to university can be both an exciting and anxious time for students. They are faced with making decisions about
programme and course choices at university - often dealing with new subjects they haven t experienced before - while also preparing for
exams.

This inevitably leads to questions such as What do you want to be? and What sort of job will your degree lead to?
Read the full article here and for more information, please contact Catherine Stephens, University Career Development and Employment
Services Manager.

Parents 101: Advice for the big transition

As the year s end rapidly approaches, families are no doubt focusing on the immediate prospect of Year 13 exams and results. But most likely,
they re also thinking seriously about tertiary study in 2017. The transition from secondary school to university is exciting and challenging for
students but were also very mindful that parents are making a parallel shift!

For more information about school subject choices, advice for parents of university students and the parent journey click here.
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