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Youth Yoga

YOUTH YOGA AT RUTHERFORD COLLEGE Wednesdays 3:30 -4:15 in the Dance Studio (Room 8) Starts Wednesday, 8 May Great for strength, flexibility, balance, self-confidence and focus. Suitable for all ages. Please wear comfortable clothing.

Revive: Youth Group

Revive Youth are meeting in B6 on Thursday at lunchtime. Bring your lunch and bring your friends. Exciting times ahead!


Tennis is finished until Term 4. If you have borrowed a racket from Mr Stanton, please return it to the Maths department.

Science competitions coming up – challenge yourself!

Two opportunities for Science competitions we haven't entered before: 1. ASI Big Science Competition, for Years 9-11 only, $7 entry fee, 50-minute online exam on Tuesday, 21 May. 2. Otago University Senior Science Quiz, Years 11-13 only, $6 entry fee, 50-minute written test on Wednesday, 12 June. To sign up for either or get more info, see Ms Butler Shaw in room 36 at the start of lunch Wed-Fri this week. Info and sample questions are also available on websites  for Otago senior science or for the ASI one. ICAS science is in term 3.

Netball meeting

There will be a meeting on Wednesday, 1 May during interval for the social netball team in the sports office. Please make sure you attend.

Squash Training

There will be squash training every Thursday from 3:30-5pm at Club Physical. Starting back this Thursday, 2 May.

Philosophy Lounge club

Philosophy Lounge will be on FRIDAY LUNCHTIMES in room 51 this term.  All welcome - new and old.  If you are interested in thinking about the big questions - about life, religion, ethics, zombies, the universe etc, come along this Friday or any Friday.  No sign-up needed. Feel free to bring your lunch, your friends, any questions (if you have some) and an open mind!

CAREERS EXPO 2019 (FREE Trip) – all students welcome

On Thursday, 23 May we will be taking a group of 40 students by bus to the Careers Expo at the Auckland ASB Showgrounds in Greenlane. We will leave school at 4.15pm and leave the Expo at 7 pm. The Expo gives students the opportunity to talk face to face with a range of employers, universities and polytechs, government departments, and other training providers. Students will be able to talk to experts about the transition from school to work or study. Students who would like to attend can collect a permission form from the Careers Department. Forms are to be…

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