Friday 1st of March, 2024
|Meeting / Practices
|Informatics Olympiad Club
|Mon 4 Mar Lunch
|If you are interested in the informatics olympiad club, come to L06 at lunchtime on Monday.
The informatics Olympiad is an international programming competition with a strong focus on computer science and information technology. If you are interested in programming, have strong maths skills, and enjoy computational problem solving, come along and hear what it is about.
|MAGS Science Fair Club
|Mon 11 Mar 1:30
If you are keen scientist and would like to be part of the Science Fair Cub then come for a brief meeting in N02 on Monday 11th March at lunchtime to find out more about this club. In the meantime join the Google Classroom page. We have posted some information here..vywigsq
Thanks Ms Nisha and Mr Huang
|Fri 1 Mar 1:30pm
|Write, read and talk poetry.
|Rugby : Weigh Ins (Open and restricted grades)
|Tue 27 Feb 1.30pm
|All students wanting to play rugby need to weigh in.
Weigh ins will be held every lunch time outside the rugby office.
|Spelling Club 🐝
|Mon 4 Mar 1:30pm
|Are you a speller extraordinaire? Or wud u lyk two improv ur speling? Either way, we'd love to have you come along to Spelling Club. Our first ever meeting will be on Monday at lunch in E11. Expect games, competitions and to learn something new. See you there!
|Mon 4 Mar 1.30pm
|Join the Student Newspaper!
The Roar publishes everything from news to poetry every week.
Share your stories and ideas with the school community.
Whether you are photographer, writer, artist or poet, there’s a place for you at The Roar.
No prior experience required; all welcome.
Weekly meetings Monday lunchtime in E25
Check out our work https://tinyurl.com/3cscrfc4
Follow us on Instagram The Roar (@mags.theroar) • Instagram photos and videos.
|Netball - New Rules Training session
|Sat 2 Mar 10am - 12pm
|We are holding a rules update workshop for our coaches and umpires. This will be a 1 - 2 hour session
Date: Saturday 2 March
Time: 10.am - 12.pm
Please go to the link below to read the new rules & download the Rules App prior to attending the workshop:
|Race Unity Speech Competition
|Fri 1 Mar 1.30pm
|Here is an exciting opportunity for those passionate about speech & race relations,
The Race Unity Speech Awards are a platform for senior high school students from years 11 to 13 to express their ideas on how we can improve race relations in Aotearoa. The Speech Awards give eloquent and thoughtful young people a chance to speak their minds and give the rest of New Zealand a chance to listen to the leaders of tomorrow. The Speech Awards are held in support of Race Relations Day.
This year's theme is about the role of unity and now can come together as a community to foster the ideals of strength and unity as one while providing solutions to face the challenges New Zealand is experiencing with race relations.
Our first meeting is Friday (1st of March) lunchtime at N16, the Speech & Debating Prefects will be taking the session to explain all the details and get you writing!
|Women in Engineering (WEN) for WIP club
|Wed 6 Mar 2 pm
|We are thrilled to announce that members from Women in Engineering (WEN) will visit our school to share their experiences and insights with our senior students. If interested, please fill out the form to RSVP.
RSVP: Please fill out the RSVP form attached below.
Note: This event is open to seniors of all genders. Everyone is welcome to attend and learn from these incredible professionals.
|We are looking for students interested in basketball refereeing, you will earn MAGS service points and with the possibility of leading into paid opportunities.
No experience is required and training will be provided.
Please register your interest by completing the form linked below.
|If you would like to play Basketball this year, please complete the form linked below.
This is for both, those that would like to play in a competitive school team and also those wanting to play in a social grade.
Trial dates and more information will be sent out in the coming week to those that have registered.
Questions contact: email@example.com
|Yes, pottery club will be on again this year. Please meet on Friday in E4 at lunch if you are interested in taking part in this during term 1 and 2 on Thursday afternoons. You will be provided clay and can fire your work in the school kiln.
|Debating: Meet in N09 Friday Lunchtime for more training.
|English Scholars' Club!
|Into GOT? Stardew Valley? Autobiographies? On Book Tok? Join us every Friday lunchtime in N07 to explore captivating film, TV, games, poetry and short stories- old and new. You can then use this knowledge to sit the English Scholarship exam... or just to win a quiz! Delve into a world of stories, discuss thought-provoking ideas, and prepare to excel academically. Did you know NZ Scholarship winners can receive monetary awards? From $500 for a single subject to $10,000 per year, for three years, for premier award winners. Don't miss out on the chance to enhance your literary skills and potentially earn valuable rewards. See you at the English Scholars' Club. Friday Lunch - N07.
|Futsal Boys Fundraiser
|Please support our futsal boys who are heading to Nationals. They will be selling pizza and homebaking this Friday, 1st March at lunchtime in the Quad.
|Boys Lacrosse - free have-a-go session.
When: Friday 1 March, 4.30pm-6pm.
Where: Nixon Park, Kingsland (Central Road).
Who: Under 18 Boys - new players welcome!
Cost: FREE. Equipment available. Bring water and boots.
|Muslim students- Prayer facilities
H04 is available for lunchtime prayers for the Muslim students. Rania and Muzammil are the senior students who are looking after this group. You can either talk to them or me if you have any queries. Join the Google classroom page for all the updates - hzd47cf
|Sport Registrations - Term 1
|If you would like to play sport for MAGS in Term 2 & 3 please sign up via the MAGS website - Sport / Trials and Registrations https://www.mags.school.nz/co-curricular/trials-and-registrations/
|PA3 - DRAMA ROOM
Come along every Monday to Theatresports! Learn how to improvise, watch performances, and get involved in a judgement free introduction to the world of improvisation.
Runs every Monday from 3:30-5pm. Will start/end 20 minutes early if there's a short lunch. No long term commitment necessary. Everyone is welcome!
|Anyone interested in playing Underwater Hockey this year, please complete the following registration form
First training will be Sunday 3rd March 6.30pm to 8.00pm at the MAGS pool
|Rugby U15s Boys Trials
Due to early finish on Monday 4th March 2024, Under 15 boys trials have now been moved to 1pm kick off MAGS bottom fields.
Make sure to bring your own mouth guard, shorts, socks and rugby boots. If you have any queries see DOR
|U15 Girls Hockey
|If you signed up or wish to play U15 Girls Hockey this year, there will be a muster on Tuesday 5/3, and then Week 8, 9, 11. Ms Roberts (H06) will be sorting out. Its just games and some fun at the bottom courts 3:30-4:30pm. Must have a stick, mouth guard and shin pads.