Term Two 2019

Term Two will begin on Monday 29 April.

Judo ChampBriar

Congratulations to Briar Beals who competed at the 2019 Wellington Open Judo Championships recently. Briar had some tough competition and won silver in the U52kg cadets. Well done!

Summer Sports Photos

Summer Sports photos will be held on Tuesday 9 April. All team members must wear their correct sports uniforms. Please click here for the photo schedule. 

Just Talk Competition Winner

Congratulations to Isabella Power who was a spot prize winner in the 2018 Justice Speech Competition. This competition, Just Talk, invites students to submit speeches on a range of social-justice topics that they feel passionate about, would like to make more people aware of, or learn more about it themselves. Isabella's chosen topic was "Why Are Teens Self-Destructive". Congratulations, Isabella.

The 2019 Justice Speech Competition is now open!

Students are invited to enter in the following categories:
• Category 1 - Year 9 & 10 students across NZ
• Category 2 - Year 7 & 8 students cross NZ
• Category 3 - Te Reo Year 9-13 students across NZ

For full competition details and more information, please visit the Just Talk website www.justtalk.org.nz

Sequinned Suits and Platform Boots

Awatapu College is pleased to present this year’s production - Sequinned Suits and Platform Boots

Set against the backdrop of the glam rock years, Sequinned Suits and Platform Boots recalls the glittering, fun and flamboyant music and fashion of the 70’s through one teenage boy’s dreams to become a rock star and to woo the local girl of his dreams. 

Performances run from 2nd-4th May in the College Auditorium starting at 7pm sharp. Tickets are $10.50 and can be purchased online using the Book Now feature below.


This feel good production will entertain audiences of every age and promises to be a show not to be missed!


Zonal Touch TournamentTouch

Congratulations to the Senior Mixed Touch team who competed at the Zonal Touch Tournament on Saturday 23 March. The team played well against some tough competition and placed 3rd overall. Results for the day as follows:

• Game 1: Lost 4-2 (vs Queen Elizabeth College)
• Game 2: Won 8-7 (vs Feilding High School)
• Game 3: Quarterfinal. Won 7-2 (vs St Peters College)
• Game 4: Semifinal. Lost 6-5 (vs Whanganui High School)
• Game 5: 3rd/4th. Won 9-6 (vs Tu Toa)

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