The School of Choice for Girls

Student Clubs

Yarn Bombers

Interested in Yarn Bombing? No knitting experience or talent required...we'll teach you! Come along to A7 every Monday and Friday lunchtime and get creative with us! Everyone and anyone welcome. See you there. The yarn bombers club is a great way to meet new people and learn something new. Sometimes some girls put on a movie, or music, or just sit and chat.
You don’t need experience, any abilities, or knitting needles/wool. It’s all there waiting!
Is there a cost? No cost whatsoever.

 

Teacher in charge - Mrs Valentine

See Mrs Valentine in A7 or just come along on Monday or Friday lunchtime.

Student Librarians

Students who show interest at the start of the year are trained to be student Librarians.

Are you a book worm? Do you enjoy learning about systems? If you are, talk to Ms Middleton about becoming a student librarian next year. Student librarians are trained at the start of the year and can be from any year level.


Teacher in charge- Ms Middleton

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World Vision

When: 40-hour famine: 7-9 June
Anyone can participate in the 40-hour famine.
The World Vision Committee is a group of passionate year 12 and 13’s who have been selected after being successful with their application.

The World Vision Committee encourages and inspires students to donate to help the refugees of South Sudan by raising funds through participating in the 40 Hour Famine. Whether this is giving up food, phone, TV, or getting creative and thinking of a new idea, we encourage everyone to get involved. We also organise alternative events whereby. students can donate or fundraise for this same cause, such as the walk around the Mauao in 2018.

https://www.worldvision.org.nz/connect/fundraise/


Cost: $15 for 1 SWP

 

Teacher in Charge - Mrs Nemeth

SADD

When: E block Tuesday lunch.
Who: Any age. 
Come to the next advertised meeting. Be part of a national organisation designed to help young people to be more aware of the dangers when driving and improve their own driving skills. This group is active in promoting activities within the school, attending regional and national conferences, speaking at assemblies and enjoying time together.

Teacher in Charge - Mrs Bell

TGC Youth Group

When: Wednesday lunchtime E block board room at the back of E1.
Who: All ages, bring yourself and friends.


We organise school-wide events as well as getting together with other like-minded students, asking questions and sharing thoughts and ideas. We spread love and compassion to the wider school community to raise the awareness that every individual has a purpose and the potential to help make the world a better place through what they believe. Faith can move mountains and we encourage students to use their values to make the most of life. We also provide cookies.

Teacher in charge - Mrs Nemeth / Mrs Bell

Chess

When: Inter- school Competitions. Various dates advertised through notices.
Who: All welcome to enter competitions.

Interested in chess? Join our Chess club at TGC. We get to meet other chess players from different schools and play against them in the inter-school competitions.

Life is like a chess game, you don’t want to waste a move. Talk to Mrs Nemeth about joining.
Cost: Approx $5

 

Teacher in Charge - Mrs Nemeth

International Students

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Curriculum Guide

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Sports @ TGC

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