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RUGBY Prizegiving

On Tuesday we were part of a great night at Kristin School of Rugby Prize giving.   

Our boys did us proud with 4 of our students in the 1st XV:

Tyson Wijohn 

Damien Mapapalangi 

Xavier Tonga

Mathius Tuaiti

Special mention to Damian who was awarded the 1st XV’s Most Improved Player of the season Award!

Also a special tribute was given to Tyson as the longest serving member of the 1st XV’s – 4Yrs. 

Students who were selected as North Harbour Reps 2017 were also acknowledged. 

3 of these 4 were City Impact students! 

North Harbour Under 16’s: 

Damian Mapapalangi

North Harbour Under 14’s: 

Levi Wijohn and Hunter Look 

Also we want to acknowledge and thank Shane Wijohn for taking our rugby students under his wing and for the significant role he plays as a Kristin 1st XV coach and for forging a very special collaborative relationship for City Impact Church School and Kristin rugby.

 

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Auckland Engineering Week

As part of Auckland Engineering Week, Josh Lehman visited KGA Geotechnical Group where he saw the practical applications of engineering and physics …. And had fun getting his hands dirty with the soil boring equipment!

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Cross Country!

The rain held off for our Year 0 – 10 Cross Country competition today. Our very own Sports co-ordinator extraordinaire, Rachel Ironside, went above and beyond to make this our best Cross Country event yet! Parents, family and also Ps Peter and Bev came down to cheer the kids on. We even had Ross onsite with the ‘Coffee Cruiser’ to keep our caffeine levels up ☺ All the students did so well, finishing their races strong and encouraging each other to do the same. Our Year 11 students helped with marshalling and directing runners at different points of the course – a big thank you! Stay tuned for a list of our place getters!

Thanks everybody for a fantastic day!

More photos on our Facebook page – here.

 

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Pancakes and Patience!

On Friday the Year 7 & 8 classes combined forces for a special Homeroom session. Teacher Kelly and Teacher Donna made pancakes and the students definitely needed to exercise great patience while they waited for them to be cooked!
The smell wafting through the room and the toppings, chocolate chips and ice-cream was all very tempting!
It was such a nice way to spend the last Homeroom session of the term and a fun way to practise our character trait of ‘Patience’.
Eating the pancakes nicely with a knife and fork also required patience for some!

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