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  • ACG ACG Pathways ACG Schools New Education

    ACG schools come together for ACG Olympics

    Four ACG schools are coming together today to compete in three events to showcase students’ sporting, academic and artistic skills.
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    Meet Mandy Allen and Tyler Glenn

    Mother and son Mandy Allen and Tyler Glenn signed up to ACG Sunderland at one of its first open days, in 2007. Mandy remembers the kids were well spoken, warm and friendly. “It all clicked. We didn’t look anywhere else, we didn’t want to go anywhere else,” she said.
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    Meet Doyul Ki: ACG Sunderland student from Korea

    It can’t be easy travelling to the other side of the world, immersing yourself in a culture and studying in a language that isn’t your own. But that’s exactly what Doyul Ki did when he started at our school this year in Year 12.
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    Celebrating ten years of ACG Sunderland: The importance of service

    Service to the school and community has been an integral part of life at ACG Sunderland since it was founded ten years ago. Every year student leaders select charities to support through fundraising and volunteering.
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    Sonya Eldridge – parent, PA, property manager

    Most ACG Sunderland families would recognise the friendly face of Sonya Eldridge around campus. She’s been with the school in one role or another since day one.
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    Spotlight on Staff: Laura Parker

    New entrant and Year 1 teacher Laura Parker is a local through and through. She grew up in West Harbour, has three children, and her daughter now attends her old primary school, Marina View.  
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    Celebrating ten years of ACG Sunderland: Hannah Sampson

    In 2013, Hannah Sampson was chosen to be Head Girl at ACG Sunderland after having been at the school for just a year.
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    Celebrating our grandparents: Gaye Magnus profile

    Family is an important part of life at ACG Sunderland. It’s something we celebrated recently at our Grandparents and Special Friends day, where we spoke to ACG Sunderland grandmother and Katikati local Gaye Magnus.
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    Celebrating ten years of ACG Sunderland: Project Twin Streams

    For the last ten years, students and staff from ACG Sunderland have been involved in Project Twin Streams – a large-scale environmental restoration project to improve water quality in Waitakere streams delivered by Community Waitakere.  
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    Celebrating ten years of ACG Sunderland: Meet Debbie Davies

    A West Auckland local and foundation staffer, our librarian Debbie Davies started with us in 2007. Over that time she’s watched the library grow from having just 50 books to more than 8,000 and seen ACG Sunderland grow from humble beginnings to become a bustling school with a family focus.
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    Spotlight on Staff: Lisa Wujec

    Lisa Wujec is our Year 6 teacher and Sports Coordinator. Originally from Arbroath, on the East coast of Scotland, she’ll soon be a fully fledged Kiwi with five years at ACG Sunderland under her belt. She’s an avid traveller, likes to climb hills, and believes a wetsuit’s cheating when it comes to open water swimming.
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    School gardens get a facelift thanks to leaders

    ACG Sunderland’s student leadership team have kicked off this year’s ‘Sunderland on Service’ project with a fundraiser to refresh the primary school gardens.
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    Spotlight on staff: Dr Kerryn Olsen

    English Literature teacher (and prolific knitter) Dr Kerryn Olsen started at ACG Sunderland in 2015. An expert in Old and Middle English with a thesis under her belt on ‘Anglo-Saxon Female Saints in Post-Conquest England’, she lives in Laingholm and likes to bodyboard in the weekends. Her husband, Dr Greg Olsen, is also a teacher…
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    Top Cambridge results for ACG Sunderland

    Our school has received a raft of top results following last year’s Cambridge exams. Among the strong statistics, which include a Top in the World and a Top in New Zealand, the school should be particularly proud of its university entrance (UE) rate, says Principal Nathan Villars.
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    Silver medal at programming competition for girls

    Two of our students have gained silver medals at the recent Programming Challenge 4 Girls (PC4G) in Auckland.
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    Computer Science extended to Year 11

    Computer Science teacher Margot Phillipps, who is involved with the world’s foremost secondary school programming contest will lead a new Year 11 Computer Science option from 2017.
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    A week of activities for Maori Language Week

    Our Primary school students at ACG Sunderland celebrated Maori Language Week early last week. The week of activities including flax weaving, ti rakau sticks, learning Maori legends and kite making.
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    Pre-school students proud to commemorate ANZAC day

    A special ANZAC project has captured the imagination – and voices – of pre-schoolers at ACG Sunderland.