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Sports

Sports complex – one year on

Since the sports complex opening, it’s become an integral part of school life and is fulfilling its purpose of servicing the community, with gymnastics, taekwondo, yoga and many other groups making use of the facilities.

It’s been a year since we opened our state-of-the-art sports complex. Since then it’s become an integral part of school life, used for basketball, netball, futsall and other sports, Cambridge and school examinations, assemblies, prizegiving, House competitions and activities.

It’s fulfilling its purpose of servicing the community, with gymnastics, taekwondo, yoga and many other groups making use of the facilities.

Ria Hall held rehearsals with our students there for the opening waiata of the Tauranga Arts Festival. The space was transformed into a magical Shakespearian theatre for our school production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Students donned onesies and gathered there to celebrate school Spirit Week and our pre-schoolers enjoy exploring the huge space. It has won numerous awards for design.

Our gym is breathing character and spirit into our school and helping us cement our place within the community and the region.

“The complex is fulfilling its purpose and it would be difficult to see how we could manage our growing numbers and activities without it,” said acting principal Peter Stevens.

Check out the amazing transformation!

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    Ruby, Lily, Ella, and Anja placed second in the Red Stag Redwoods Forest Relay and won the School Youth Team Spot Prize of $250, which they have donated to buying sports equipment for students to use at lunchtimes.
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