The MGC Library now has a new database system up and running - meet Oliver! Oliver will help you track books out, request new books, he will even recommend other books he thinks you will like. And all available through the link on Moodle or the MGC website.
But wait ... there's more!!
Get the APP on your phone and you can do this all from the comfort of your own home. Check out the app store for Library Link (by Softlink International)
Applications are now open for the Triple Links Youth Assistance Fund. This fund was established in 2007 and was set up to assist young people who are chosen to represent Marlborough, or New Zealand, in a sporting, educational or cultural event.
Applications close on Tuesday 1 December 2015 and should be forwarded to The Principal Marlborough Girls' College 21 McLauchlan Street, Blenheim 7201
Click on the below links to open the information sheet and application form (Word version available from Principal's PA)
Registrations now open for #GirlsInnov8 Camp 2016. Camp runs Wed 20 to Fri 22 January, 2016 and places available for Years 9 to 13 in 2016. If you are interested in coding, robotics, 3D modelling and game design - check this out!
NZ University Guide group releases free eBook for students
Aimed at secondary school students, the New Zealand University Guide provides a comprehensive overview of each university in NZ and a clear pathway for individuals to be able to choose a compatible subject, find the right programme and apply to the most suitable university.
5000 Poppies Project
As part of the WW1 commemoration we are planning to craft a wall hanging of poppies. This wall hanging can be hung for each ANZAC celebration.
The Outlook for Someday sustainability film challenge offers an opportunity for young people to make a film that focuses on social inclusion and wellbeing – the Like Minds, Like Mine Award.
One in five New Zealanders will experience mental illness this year. Like Minds, Like Mine is a national programme delivered by the Health Promotion Agency and other supporting organisations that aims to reduce stigma and discrimination and increase social inclusion for people with experience of mental illness.
For more information, follow this link and also check out the website, likeminds.org.nz