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News & Events

From the classroom to the sports field and everywhere in between, find out how we make an impact locally and globally.

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    Students keen to apply sporting wisdom

    ACG Tauranga students have had the chance to work with some of New Zealand’s top sporting professionals this term through the school’s Athlete Development Seminar Series.
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    Wine event a way to give back to surf lifesaving club

    ACG Tauranga students Quinn and Tai joined the Mount Maunganui Lifeguard Service as Nippers at age five. Dad Grant says their experience has been transformational. Now he’s organising a fundraiser for the club’s rebuild project and we think it’s a great cause.
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    Specialist teaching for Year 8 cohort

    ACG Tauranga is drawing on the expertise of its subject specialist teachers to create a tailored learning experience for students in Year 8 during Term 4 to ensure the best possible preparation for the important transition into Year 9.
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    Celebrating our junior speakers

    From global warming to human rights, an impressive array of provocative issues emerged in ACG Tauranga’s inaugural Junior House Speaking Competition for students in Years 7-9 this week.
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    ACG Tauranga hosts regional chess comp

    Up to 80 students competed on each of the three days of the Bay Of Plenty Chess Championships, hosted by ACG Tauranga in our Sports Complex recently.
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    Classroom Skype provides a window to the world

    Mystery Skype is a global guessing game that helps kids learn about geography, culture, and the similarities and differences in how children live all over the world. It starts with a Skype session in which each class has to guess where in the world the other class is by asking yes or no questions.