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Welcome to Marlborough Girls' College Kia ora tatou katoa E mihi nui, e mihi nui. We warmly welcome you to Marlborough Girls' College.We are very proud of our school and the successes of our young women.

Principal's message

MGC School App

Marlborough Girl's College is pleased to announce we have an individualised app available for both students and parents/caregivers.  The app is available on both Android and Apple devices.

Key Features

  • Key Contacts - names, phone numbers and email details
  • SchoolappDaily Notices - stay up to date quickly and easily
  • School Calendar - for easy access to upcoming events 
  • Useful Links - MGC Facebook, School Map, Parental Portal
  • Subscription to Alerts - allowing you to receive instant notifications or urgent notices or unexpected events
  • Attendance - instant access to Attendance office phone number

Links to App

Android - http://is.gd/18AzXq

Apple - https://appsto.re/nz/LG6Y4.i

Parent Teacher Student Days

Wednesday 5 July 2017

A Parent Teacher Student Day/Evening will be held on Wednesday 5 July.

Bookings for this are through the SOBs website - https://sobs.co.nz/

The keyword is Blenheim.

Bookings open on 16 June 2017.

Appointment slots are approximately 15 minutes and are conducted inthe classroom or office designated on the booking sheet.

Instructions on how to use the SOBs website are available by clicking on the link below:

SOBs Instructions for Users

 

Cultural Prizegiving

The Cultural Prizegiving is an important event on the school calendar and is held in Term 3. Maxine Kemp Cultural Winner 2017 web

2017 Major Awards - Cultural Prizegiving

Cultural Achiever of the Year

Maxine Kemp (Sponsored by the Blenheim South Rotary Club)

Cultural Group of the Year

National Shakespeare Group 
Rachael Beach, Kayla Brockett, Jessie Dentice, Steph Mattison, Caitlin acIntyre, Amy Potts

Endeavour in Performing Arts - Group

Ovation
Isabella Adams, Niamh Attridge, Deborah BarronBray, Parehuia BarronBray, Sally Cook, Emma Cox, Mieke de Bruyn, Ghananta Duppati, Hannah Eves, Nadya Ferris, Caitlin Flanagan, Madeline Freeth, Penelope Grigg, Alisha Heath, Anna Holdaway, Maxine Kemp, Min Ji Kim, Te Ao Rere McCormick, Francesca McCulloch, Libby McDonald, Ella McLean, Baileah-Rose Newport, Aimee O'Hagan, Aria Oliver, Maia Palmer, Amy Potts, Maggie Ritchie, Jessie Sawers, Lucy Sheat, Jen Shields, Ellie Spurlock, Abbie Summerscales, Millie Wensley, Holly Wills, Zara Wills

Shelley Vercoe Cup for Promoting the Arts within the College

Maxine Kemp

Cultural Achiever in College Events

Amy Potts

Junior Award for all round endeavour in the Performing Arts

Mieke de Bruyn

Further details on all awards available here - Cultural Prizegiving 2017

International Students Welcome

Marlborough Girls' College has a vibrant International Department. To read more about our school's International Department please go to the International section of this website.International 2017

It is also possible to view the entire website in your own language by using the Translate option available on the right hand side.  

More details and information specifically on our International Department can be found on the International Department homepage

 

 

Athletics Sports' Results

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Athletics Sports 2017

The MGC Athletic Sports were held on Tuesday 28 February 2017 at Athletic Park.

House Points

1st Kaituna - 726 points
2nd Wawirau - 705 points
3rd Awatere - 694 points
4th Opawa - 632 points

2 Records Set

Lucy Sheat - U19 - 100m (12.13 - old record was 12.9 J Kingston 1984)
Lucy Sheat - U19 - 200m (24.69 - old record was 27.2 K Paul 1976) 

UNDER 14
Eleri James Sitters - U14 Champion
Lucy Harmon - U14 Runner Up
Georgia Reed - U14 3rd Place  

UNDER 15
Nicole Wilkinson - U15 Champion
Anna Gardiner - U15 Runner Up
Heather Peter - U15 3rd Place

UNDER 16
Yasmin Shipley - U16 Champion
Emily Dalton - U16 Runner Up
Hannah Barnsley - U16 3rd Place

UNDER 19
Lucy Sheat - U19 Champion
Sarah Maclean - U19 Runner Up
Liv Bishop - U19 3rd Place

Special Olympics
Iri Te Hore - 3rd Shot Put
Shyla-Rose Carroll - 1st Long Jump
Talia Leach Jones - 2nd 100m, Shot Put, 3rd Long Jump
Amber-Jayne Paul - 1st 100m, Shot Put, 2nd Long Jump
Laura Boyd - 3rd 100m
Sky Veevers - 4th 100m

Click here for full results 

The Canterbury Community

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We would like to acknowledge The Canterbury Community Trust Donation of $30,000 towards the Outdoor Visual Arts classroom.

Sports Prizegiving 2017

Major Awards

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Sportspersons of the Year - Smokefree Cup

Liv Bishop 

College Sportsperson of the year Board of Trustees Cup

Lucy Sheat

Outstanding Performance in Sport – Junior Sportsperson of the year - Sportfit Trophy        

Anna Gardiner

Team of the Year Topanga Whakakotahi - NZ Secondary Schools Squash Team

Lydia Columbus, Leonie Marshall, Alice Roughan, Kate Roughan, Amelia Wadsworth, Sophie Whittall

Full details of all awards available here

Academic

Marlborough Girls' College believes that it is important to develop the full range of each student's abilities, including, but not limited to, the traditional academic subjects.  Education outside the classroom is an integral part of the curriculum making learning relevant for all students.

 

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Hockey news

 

Ros Leov
Telephone 03-5208448 ext 867
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Home telephone: 03-5728133
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MGC Swimming Sports

Swimming Sports 2017

MGC Swimming Sports held on Friday 17 February 2017

Age Group Champions

U19

1st  Lucy Kerry (Wairau) 38 pts
2nd Tallara Daldorf (Awatere) 14 pts
3rd  Ella Ferguson (Kaituna) 10 pts

U16

1st  Sophie Woodhouse (Opawa) 48 pts
2nd Megan Clark (Opawa) 28 pts
3rd  Geena Langlois (Awatere) 22 pts

U15

1st Johanna Schmidt (Awatere) 30 pts
2nd Abigail Coldwell (Wairau) 24 pts
3rd Louise Brown (Opawa) 20 pts

U14

1st Georgia Reed (Opawa) 42 pts
2nd Abbey Moody (Kaituna) 18 pts
3rd Erika Babb (Wairau) 16 pts

Records

U16 100m Freestyle

Sophie Woodhouse       

1.06.58

Old record
Lucy Kerry 2016 1.08.54

 House Points

1st

Opawa

646

2nd

Awatere

546

3rd

Kaituna

505

4th

Wairau

491

 Full Results available by clicking here

Student Representative

I, Kylie Linthwaite, am pleased to be able to introduce myself as the Student Representative for the Board of Trustees of Marlborough Girls' College in 2018.  Kylie

This is a great honour for me, and I am very excited to take this opportunity head on and learn from all that it has to offer.

As the BoT Student Representative, I will be the voice of my fellow students, and therefore am always eager to hear your input and ideas.  I feel, especially given the upcoming co-location in Marlborough of MBC and MGC, that it is important all students of MGC have the opportunity to have our voices heard.

I will apply myself to the best of my ability to help make a positive difference this year.  My intention is to help my fellow students and ensure they have a safe learning environment where they can continue to grow and develop as strong Mana Wahine.

Kylie Linthwaite - Board of Trustees Student Representative (2017- 2018)

Donation and Subject Contributions

Please see the below document for full details on school donation and any contributions reqired for specific subjects or activities.

School Donation and Contributions - 2017

PLEASE NOTE: the school operates a "No Pay, No Play" policy.  

Please remember to advise the school any time you change home or email addresses, telephone numbers or contact details.

All Fees Are Payable In The Year That They Are Charged Unless Specified.

School Donation:
This is a voluntary payment that goes a long way in helping us to provide whole school resources which our government operational grant cannot cover. These resources include: student diary, school magazine, guest speakers at school assemblies, newsletters, library books, etc.

Please do not hesitate to contact the finance office if you have any further queries on 03 520 8448 Ext 886.