Ex-Logan Park students Matthew Scadden, Andrew Brinsley-Pirie and Miguel Nitis all appeared in Journey's End, a play by WW1 veteran R.C. Sherriff. The performances received very positive reviews and featured on TV1.
We will be holding an afternoon tea on Wednesday, 26 February, 4pm to meet the parents/whanau of all or our new Year 9 students and other new students.
All of the Group Teachers, House Deans and Subject teachers will be there for an informal chat over a light afternoon tea.
It will be held outside the Library if fine, and in the Learning Centre if wet. It helps us with planning if you RSVP to your child’s Group Teacher or to Kristan Mouat, Enrolment Dean, firstname.lastname@example.org
Meran Campbell-Hood was selected as one of the top 20 entries in the national Genesis Energy "Realise the Dream" competition for the second year in a row. Meran's project involved detecting soil nutrient absorption by photographing plants in a controlled environment. The photo shows Meran together with the Acting Chief Executive of the Royal Society of New Zealand, Phillippa Gardiner.