Wednesday January 10 2018
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Rolleston College top achievers Rolleston College has celebrated the success of its students at its first school prize-giving Awards: •Hayley Hanson – Rolleston College Horoeka Haemata netball official of the year. Hayley umpired for the college on Saturdays and achieved both her level 1 and level 2 practical umpiring exams. She made herself available for extra games when other umpires were unable to attend. •Olivia Kempton – Rolleston College Horoeka Haemata junior netballer of the year. Olivia was part of both Wednesday and Saturday teams and the South Island secondary schools tournament team. •Year 9 netball – Rolleston College Horoeka Haemata team of the
SCHOOLS year NZSISS. •Ella Benn – Rolleston College Horoeka Haemata Gardner Family Cup for junior sportsperson of the year. The sportsperson of the year is an award that goes to a learner who has represented the college and wider community in their chosen sport at a high level. •Emily Taylor – Rolleston College Horoeka Haemata 24/7 Youth Community Cup 2017. This award is for service and contribution in arts, sport, whanau and events. Students who have excelled with initiative and endorsed the Rolleston spirit were nominated for this cup by staff. •Alessandra Ward – Horoeka Haemata Wero Award Ngahuru. Alessandra is the ‘Ngahuru learner of the year’.
ROLLESTON SPIRIT: Board of trustees chairwoman Lynley Shaw with Rolleston College Youth Community Cup winner Emily Taylor.
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She has been a key member of the school debating team and represented the college in the Christchurch competition. Alessandra is a whanau ambassador. She was always reliable and her ability to schedule has meant she has never missed a deadline or a commitment. •Ella Jarvis – Horoeka Haemata Wero Award Hotoke. Ella is the ‘Hotoke learner of the year’. She always thinks of others before herself. Always willing to give her time, she has been an ambassador for tour visits, hosted West Rolleston senior school, led several Hotoke celebrations and was a speaker at learning celebrations. Ella has developed her bi-cultural understanding through her hangi quest, alongside her contribution to the Maori language week hui. •Turn to page 18
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