Congratulations Angelene Lloyd-Bryant—DUX 2018
At last night’s glittering Senior Prizegiving in theSelwyn Theatre, our Year 13 student Angelene Lloyd-Bryant was honoured as the Selwyn College Dux for 2018.Angelene’s academic track record throughout her years at Selwyn has been exceptional. She has received a Scholar award at every year level and was our Year 12 Top Scholar last year...
REAF News: October 2018
* A short form film about the refugee experience in New Zealand is touring Film Festivals world wide.* An interesting article speaking of the vast difference between the term migrant and refugee. It looks at the literature from bothmigrants and refugees. It goes on to compare and contrast.* The third term of the year has finished. REAF ho...
An Amazing Experience for Alexander Botha
Our Year 11 student Alexander Botha is a member of the AYO and he recently returned from an amazing experience in Europe. 2018 is a very special year for the AYO (Auckland Youth Orchestra) as it is their 70th birthday. To celebrate this, the orchestra went on a tour around Europe representing New Zealand at an international Youth Festival in Berlin and the Young Artists Festival in Bayreuth. Alexander enjoyed specialist tutoring from several professionals, such as the JS Bach Music School in Vienna and the Slovenia National Orchestra in Dobrna. Some of the Slovenia National Orchestra players joined the tour group and the trombone player was a tutor for Alexander during the tour. He played in amazing concert halls and churches to sold out audiences around Europe, including Vienna, Dobrna, Prague, Berlin, Bayreuth and Tübingen. All concerts received standing ovations. Another highlight was meeting the New Zealand Ambassador Rupert Holborow after their performance in the Konzerthaus Berlin.Well done Alexander! We are proud of you.
Selwyn Lacrosse Students Soar in Lacrosse
Congratulations to the following students on their performances in the Lacrosse National tournament.Georgia Primrose-Hore played in the Auckland Blue (A) Under 15 team who won the final 10-4 against a strong Waikato side. They remained undefeated throughout the tournament. Georgia was also given the coach’s game ball due to her strong attacking and defence skills in the goal circle and also scoring three goals in one of the qualifying games Auckland White (B) finished the tournament in fourth place. Maddie Grigg (Co Captain) and Rosa Elliott both played brilliantly in this team. Rosa's defence was outstanding, especially as this has been her first season ever in Lacrosse.
Selwyn Rock Climber Soars Again
Selwyn student Miles Hallam recently competed in the Auckland Schools’ Rock Climbing Competition He got through to the finals and won the Year 8/9/10 boys (intermediate boys) competition!There was only 3 seconds between first and second places, so well done Miles!
Maddie Grigg is a Selwyn Star!
Maddie Grigg in Year 11 has been selected as co-captain for her Auckland Under15 White Lacrosse team for the tournament in Cambridge this weekend. A huge congratulations to Maddie.This is what is written about her on the Auckland Lacrosse Facebook site:Madison is a midfielder from Selwyn College. She is a very versatile player and makes an impact on the game at both ends of the field! With her fierce hustle, speed, and killer feeds she is for sure one to watch during the U15 tournament!