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Catalyst IT award for top WEGC Digital Technologies students

Wellington East Girls College(WEGC) prizegiving was held last night (31 October 2019). It is quite a formal affair. Catalyst sponsored the prize to our top two Digital Technologies students: Jamie U and Charlotte Cordwell. Presenting the award was Aleisha Amohia … Continue reading

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Digital Signage

A side benefit of the new WEGC main block construction included the implementation of a digital signage system. We have 9 screens placed around reception, cafe and over several floors in a central location. Unlike paper notices, emailed notices, WEGC … Continue reading

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Students have plenty of extra curriculum options…

The following list is illustrative of the range of activities students can get involved in at WEGC. This excludes sports… I am fairly sure there is a Chess club, interesting to see a D&D group. No gaming group – yet.

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Catalyst prize for top Digital Technologies students 2019

Don Christie of Catalyst presented Danika Chhour and Jenny Way with the prize as top NCEA Level 3 Digital Technologies (DT) students for 2018. They were also awarded the IT Professionals NZ cup for excellence in DT. Fantastic to see … Continue reading

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Haiku

Staff Competition A National Poetry Day My contributions ———————————– Bring your own device Demonic technology Crying students despair ———————————— Forever building Wellington East Girls College East Girls forever

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Community of Learning gaining momentum – Déjà vu

The Community of Learning initiative (of which WEGC is a member) is gaining some traction, this involves  “schools raising student achievement by working together to enable every student in our community, to succeed at each level, as they pass through … Continue reading

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The ones that got away

These three girls had been turned away twice in their attempt to escape school grounds at morning tea. With persistence and tenacity that I only dream about seeing in a classroom, they did eventually manage to evade capture and sneak … Continue reading

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