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KAREN BOYES PARENT NIGHT

KAREN BOYES PARENT NIGHT - MONDAY 22 JUNE 7 - 8.30 PM. TGHS STAFF ROOM

Karen Boyes is a well known education presenter both in NZ and abroad. She is passionate about education and helping young people to get the most out of their schooling years. Karen will be speaking to our senior students on Monday 22 June and she is holding a PARENTS' SESSION at 7pm on MONDAY 22 JUNE, which will cover the following: 
Future Proofing Your Child 
In a busy, fast paced, changing world where change is the only constant and knowledge is easily accessible, the concern bubbling up is how to ensure your child is truly prepared for the real world. The 21st century skills are very different skills from when we were at school. Many are just common sense. However this is not so common.
In this presentation, Karen will explore some of the key behaviours and dispositions needed to be successful in the modern world. These include knowing how to question and problem solve, think flexibly, manage oneself, listen with understanding & empathy, and create and innovate – just to name a few. You will also hear about the future jobs predicted and ways you can support your child at school and home to ensure they are prepared for an ever changing world.
Be ready for an interactive evening full of great information, laughs and some aha moments…

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Inter School Archery

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Timaru Girls' High came a convincing second behind Timaru Boys' at the Inter-school Archery competition hosted by TBHS on Tuesday.

Volleyball

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Special mention must go to our TGHS Junior A team who beat Geraldine in the final of the Junior Grade.

The girls have shown great team work, sportsmanship and commitment over the season and thoroughly deserved their win. Special mention also to the girls’ coaches, senior students Hannah Paul and Brooke Howey-Beattie who did a fantastic job coaching the girls.

News Flash

MANU KORERO SPEECH COMPETITION

We have students taking part in this Maori Speech Competition next Friday 26 June in Christchurch.  We all wish you all the best, girls.  The girls competing are Zoe Borman, Hannah Hurst and Kahurangi Stewart.

 

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