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Newsletter, Edition 6, 2024

2024 Term 2, Week 10
Contains: Principal's Message; School Board Message; International Students' Homestay; 2025 Enrolment Key Dates; Science Week; News from the Music Department; Endeavour News; Pasifika Fono; Bollywood Showdown; Toi Wearable Arts; Moth Plant Competition; Shadow a Leader; Career Pathways; Sports Update; Uniform Shop; Pulse 2024; Upcoming Events; Contact Us.MORE

05 Jul 2024

Duke of Ed – Silver Adventurous Journey

On 11 May a group of 15 students embarked on a 3-day kayaking journey as part of their Duke of Edinburgh Silver practice and training journey. As a practice for their qualifying journey, they kayaked and camped for two nights at Mahurangi where they used their skills and knowledge to traverse on water and survive in the wilderness. MORE

22 Jun 2024

Duke of Ed – Gold Adventurous Journey

From Monday 15 to Friday 19 April, five students from Waiuku College and three students from BDSC Anna Ding 13E2, Wesley Teh 12D9 and Ryan Kan 13E2 went on a kayaking journey in the Hauraki Gulf, from St Helier’s Bay to Waitawa Regional Park, making stops on many islands along the way. MORE

21 Jun 2024

Trees for Survival 2024

On Friday 17 May, 40 BDSC students (along with two teachers, seven Fisher & Paykel staff and two university volunteers) journeyed to Clevedon for the annual Trees for Survival Day. Although the weather was chilly when we arrived at school early in the morning, we were full of eagerness as we waited for the bus to arrive. MORE

19 Jun 2024

Young Free & Pacific

On Thursday 23 May 15 students from BDSC had the privilege of attending the Young Free & Pacific event, a significant gathering for young Pasifika students in Years 11-13. This year marked the 10th Anniversary of the event, which began in 2014. It was a remarkable opportunity to delve deeper into our cultural roots and to find connections across the Pacific Ocean, which unites us as one large community. MORE

17 Jun 2024

Polyfest 2024

In a world where diversity is celebrated, cultural festivals stand as vibrant reminders of the rich tapestry of human heritage. Among these celebrations, Polyfest shines as a beacon of cultural expression and unity.MORE

13 Jun 2024

Model UN Assembly

Two BDSC teams took part in the Model United Nations Assembly (MUNA) event at Rosmini College event recently. The Rotary-sponsored event attracted over 100 schools from the Auckland and Northland regions. It provided delegates with a hands-on insight into the workings of the United Nations.MORE

13 Jun 2024

Music Camp 2024

Another year, another music camp: Music Camp 2024. Students from Years 9-13 gathered on a Sunday morning eager to get on the bus and head off to the three day trip to Campbell Park in Mangawhai Heads.MORE

11 Jun 2024

Hospitality Competition Success

BDSC Food Technology and Hospitality students had amazing success at the Te Pūkenga (MIT) Secondary and Tertiary Training Hospitality competition winning three out of six categories.MORE

11 Jun 2024

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