For many students nowadays, Facebook has become an important part of life. Whether it’s checking the notifications, waiting for messages, refreshing the newsfeed or anticipating likes on a high-definition DLSR camera profile picture, Facebook is undeniably entertaining. Some people find Facebook so entertaining that they fall hopelessly into the cycle of cyber-facebook addiction, unable to cut down on their browsing time – severely restricting the … Continue reading Facebook, the Biggest Enemy of Productivity?
On Wednesday 11 February, all IGCSE and NCEA Level 1 Art students took a day trip to the Te Tuhi Art Gallery and the Howick Historical Village. We ambled around and explored the village while taking photos, and sketching drawings of buildings and wagons straight out of the 1860s. Throughout the day we also dressed up in historical clothes and had our photos taken to see what … Continue reading Art Trip to Howick Historical Village
Hi guys! So this is a bit of a segment on the student News Committee website that we wanted to start so that we could reflect on our experiences in our leadership roles and hopefully share a few things that we’ve learned. As you can see, we’ve come a long, long way from being Year 9s. It’s definitely very weird to look back and think … Continue reading Head Prefects’ Blog #1: Reflections and Anticipations