Shakespeare Globe - National Production
Congratulations to Sarah Judd (13HAI) who has been offered the opportunity to be part of the National Shakespeare Schools Production. This is a huge and fitting accolade for Sarah's hard work and dedication for the National competition!
Sarah will travel down to Dunedin to take part in workshops, receive expert tutoring, learn a part, rehearse, and take part in a performance from a Shakespeare play. She could then be selected to fly to London to take part in something at the Globe..


University of Otago Sheilah Winn Shakespeare National Award Winners

Massive congratulations to Mrs Kate Oatway and the drama team Sarah Judd, Aimee Dredge, Kip Powell, Iggy Johanson and Logan Rosewood who won the following awards at the University of Otago Sheilah Winn Shakespeare National festival:

  • Most Imaginative and Innovative Production Award
  • Outstanding Makeup Award
  • Outstanding Individual Tragedy Role won by Sarah Judd playing Lady Macbeth

We wish them all the best for Nationals later this year.

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Mufti Day

Reminder, there is a mufti day on Wednesday 24 June 2020. This is a gold coin donation.

Open Night 2020

Tuesday 28 July 2020

5.30pm to 7.30pm

Awatapu College Gymnasium

Students and Parents interested in joining Awatapu College in the year 2021 are warmly invited to attend the Awatapu College Open Night (including Special Needs Block) on Tuesday 28 July 2020 at 5.30pm. Please assemble in the College Gymnasium. Enquiries at all year levels are welcome.

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Term Update - 9 June 2020

Dear Parents/Caregivers

I am sure you were as pleased as I was to hear the Prime Minister’s announcement about moving to Alert Level 1.  This means that all students should now be returning to school – unless unwell.

For us, there will be no major changes to what we are currently doing and our school continues to be safe for all to attend, including any staff / students who are considered more vulnerable to COVID-19.

We have a good cleaning routines in place, access to hand sanitizer, people who are sick are staying at home, and we will continue to encourage good hygiene practices.

What is changing is we can now look forward to inter-school and community sport, cultural events and performances, and to welcoming all of our school community back on site for these activities.

We therefore look forward to seeing you very soon.

Yours sincerely,
Gary Yeatman

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