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  • ACG ACG Pathways ACG Schools New Education

    Tui award for music teachers

    A band featuring two ACG Tauranga music teachers has won the Tui for best Worship Artist for 2017 at the recent NZ Vodafone Music Awards.
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    Athleticism, sportsmanship at whole-school athletics day

    Jumping, throwing, running, hurdling – students from across the school came together to compete at ACG Tauranga’s Athletics Day this week, the first to be held on school grounds.
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    ACG Tauranga to host top basketball event

    ACG Tauranga will be one of five hosts of HoopNation, NZ’s premier basketball event, this Labour weekend.
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    ACG Tauranga sponsors new wave of Mount lifeguards

    ACG Tauranga has become the primary sponsor of the Mount Maunganui Lifeguard Service’s (MMLS) Nippers programme for the 2017/2018 season.
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    Top results in Tall Poppies maths competition

    Congratulations to our Year 7 and Year 8 teams who represented ACG Tauranga at the recent Tall Poppies Mathematics Problem Solving Competition.
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    Principal Shawn Hutchinson speaks on Newstalk ZB

    It’s the biggest unsolved issue in education: are single-sex schools better than co-educational schools? Unsolved, says ACG Tauranga principal Shawn Hutchinson, because the question is wrong. Ask not, he says, whether single-sex or co-ed is better; ask instead how good the school is. He spoke to Newstalk ZB’s Rachel Smalley about the issue.
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    First-hand advice at careers expo

    Students and their parents had the opportunity to meet with university and other tertiary providers at ACG Tauranga’s Tertiary & Careers Expo last week.
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    Spotlight on staff: Leana Buxton

    She’s the mother of three kids, a part-time teacher and an accomplished artist who’s currently training for the infamous Tongariro Goat adventure run [with fellow teachers Mr Howell and Mrs Webb]. We talk to Leana Buxton about what makes her tick.
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    Production set to be a ‘magical transformation’

    Just over a week to go before ACG Tauranga’s professionally directed production of ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’, the first theatre performance to be held in the school’s new gym.
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    ACG Tauranga set to expand as construction starts on preschool

    Scheduled to open in February 2018 and able to accommodate 70 students from the age of three months to 5 years, the preschool will provide a high-quality preschool option for our current and prospective Tauranga families.
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    Double reason to bake for charity fundraiser

    ACG Tauranga students baked language-themed cupcakes to celebrate two occasions last week – International Languages Week and SPCA Cupcake Day.
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    Ria Hall leads dawn chorus rehearsal in new gym

    Celebrated NZ singer, recording artist and presenter Ria Hall led 35 ACG Tauranga students in a moving rehearsal this week for their part in a dawn chorus to open this year’s Tauranga Arts Festival.
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    ACG schools come together for ACG Olympics

    Four ACG schools are coming together today to compete in three events to showcase students’ sporting, academic and artistic skills.
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    The Walthers: “My only regret is that I didn’t put her in sooner.”

    More than academic results, Melissa just wanted Charlize to be happy. “When I ask her who she played with at lunchtime, she says ‘everybody’. It’s wonderful to hear that she’s so happy now – that’s what you really want for your kid.”
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    Students inspired by Todd Couper exhibition

    Discovering a local artist, learning new art techniques and getting stuck in with scissors – just a few of the highlights of our Year 5 and 6 students’ recent visit to the Todd Couper exhibition at the Tauranga Art Gallery.
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    All about our new gym

    It’s been a year in the making and much longer in the planning, so we’re thrilled that our super new gym is now being widely used by our students and staff and the Tauranga community.
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    Rehearsals underway for Arts Festival dawn chorus

    Students from ACG Tauranga have been fine-tuning their singing voices in preparation for their part in a dawn chorus to open this year’s Tauranga Arts Festival on 19 October.
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    Meet the Maystons – from NCEA to Cambridge

    Many parents are hesitant about moving their child from a school with NCEA to one with the Cambridge curriculum. But that’s exactly what Jo and Mark Mayston did for their son Henry, now in Year 7.
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    Spotlight on Staff: Ben Howell

    Ben Howell joined our school at the beginning of this year. A Bay of Plenty native turned decade-long adventure recreation specialist, he’s swum in the Arctic, rock-climbed around South East Asia and sailed from New Zealand to South America.
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    Charity visit teaches important lessons

    Child protection, resilience, leadership, helping those in need – just some of the themes that ACG Tauranga students digested while learning about the international charity Flame this month.