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Dani & Fame from the Mai Home Run are getting amongst this year's 40 Hour Famine and their goal is to throw 10,000 basketball free throws in 40 hours.
They will be at Action Indoor Hornby between 12:00 am to 5:30 pm on Friday 8 June. There will be four Basketball hoops set up and Dani and Fame will need as much help as possible to score the free throws and add them to the overall throw count. We’ve also got some help from the Canterbury Rams!
This is a reminder to parents, caregivers and families that school will be closed for instruction for a Teacher Only Day on Friday 1 June for staff professional development.
Should any families have difficulty over the supervision of their students, the Library will provide a supervised space for independent study from 8.30 am to 2.40 pm (the end of the school day).
School will reopen on Tuesday 5 June after Queen's Birthday holiday.
(Edited by Bernadette Shaw - original submission Wednesday, 23 May 2018, 10:57 AM)
We would like to warmly welcome you to join us in attending a presentation by Dr Lucy Hone held here at Burnside High School in the Aurora Centre on Wednesday 30th May at 7pm. This presentation is based around building and developing Resilience in ourselves and our children and is presented to you jointly by the Burnside High School Health Department and the PTA.
Dr Lucy Hone is a director of the
New Zealand Institute of Wellbeing & Resilience, a research
associate at AUT University, a published academic researcher,
author and blogger for Psychology Today. As well as this she has
lived through tragic personal events which have forced Lucy to
turn her substantial academic training and professional practice
to foster resilience in very personal circumstances.
This presentation is very
generously funded by the Burnside High School PTA and is
available to all parents, caregivers and friends of the Burnside
High School community for free.
(Edited by Bernadette Shaw - original submission Friday, 18 May 2018, 1:36 PM)
The Aurora Centre was filled to capacity last Monday night for
BHS’s very own Performing Arts competition; Compass Wars.
Each division had a colour and a decade to represent through dance, drama, music, use of props, costume and visual enhancement - after an intensive term of planning and rehearsals the ...Read the rest of this topic