On Friday, 24 July the Year 10 Business Studies class were thrilled to have the opportunity of having the experience to carry out a Market Day within Rutherford College. This was a very special day where the students were able to put their knowledge about marketing into practice by selling any products that we desired to the whole school and experience a day where we would have a brief understanding of what it takes to run a business in the real world. Within term 2, the students within the classroom were divided into their own distinct groups to plan the…
The Rutherford knitting club is underway every Wednesday lunch in the Info Comms. We have had some wonderful donations of needles and yarn from our community, so bring yourself and your lunch and try out a new skill. There is lots of help on hand to get you started on your own project. Everyone is welcome.
BALLET, JAZZ, HIP HOP, LYRICAL, CONTEMPORARY, TAP Auckland West Dance Academy 358 West Coast Rd, Glen Eden Pre School to Adults Professional Dance Studios with full mirrors Annual show – Exams - Competitions New dancing levels start mid Term 3 which is the best time of the year to join dancing, come perform in our end of year dance show! www.awda.co.nz Phone Kym 027 264 7287
A massive congratulation to Seth Stylianou who received 1st place in the 2020 New Zealand National Championship in Mountainbike Downhill. Seth also achieved 2nd place at the Oceania championships racing against a very competitive field Congratulations on your well-deserved victory. All your hard work, commitment and practice have paid off. We wish you all the very best in your upcoming events.
Is your Dad a master of the Dad joke? Are his gags so bad they’re actually good? TVNZ is launching a hilarious (and utterly ridiculous) new family show called “Last Dad Standing”. So if you’re a Dad, or know a Dad, this is your opportunity. “Last Dad Standing” is a Dad’s joke competition for TVNZ 2. Join in the family fun and apply: tvnz.co.nz/lastdadstanding Dads need to be free to film either first or second weekend of August 2020 in Auckland so get your application in as soon as possible!
On Wednesday, 1 July Kayla Imrie New Zealand's Olympic Kayaker and ambassador, came in to speak to the Year 10 Sports Excellence Class. She passed on key messages about nutrition for sports performance. She provided valuable information on the food groups and how they help in sports performance. For example, protein is needed for muscle recovery and strength, carbohydrates provide glucose for fuel. The difference between an athlete’s diet and a regular diet is the types of foods you need to fuel your body for the task it needs to do. Kayla referred to her body and her muscles being her…
Year 10 Drama have been exploring different roles to perform from Bradley Hayward's play Note To Self. Here they are enjoying dressing up in an array of costumes to show their characters.