Date:14.05.2016, 14:27 These were both wonderful opportunities to acknowledge the work and success of students across a range of subjects and extra curricular activities. Sport Once again participation and success increased in sporting activities in 2014 across a broad range of sporting competitions. This is amazing and is a credit to the ability and hard work of the students involved. In June 2014 a group of Year 10 students represented us, and New Zealand, in the United States at the International Future Problem Solving Competition. 74.8 made greater than expected progress in Reading and 68.6 in maths. 39.7 of students are actually made over 2 years progress in one year in Reading and 38.5 did so in Maths. Eventbrite - NYU Game Center presents NYU Game Center Student Show 2016. Games first debuted at our annual Student Show have gone on to critical and. We enjoyed many successes in a wide range of regional, national and international competitions. I am proud to present a summary of the schools achievements in 2014. Academic NCEA In 2014 results for our 150 Year 10 students in NCEA showed further gains on 2013 levels across all of the following indicators.
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