ACG English School News
Chinese New YearThursday, 14 February 2013 09:38
The Chinese New Year was celebrated at ACG City Campus on Friday 8 February.
Staff and students marked the day by dressing in red and decorating the foyer and rooms with flags, lanterns and posters. A highlight was the food market in the foyer at lunchtime. “Some students sold dumplings filled with pork or vegetables and pork buns with soy sauce in the foyer. They were delicious and very popular with the staff and students. Traditionally, the grandmother and/or mother of the family make dumplings and pork buns to celebrate Chinese New Year. Sometimes parents put small coins in the dumplings too. If you find a dumpling with coin in it, this means you will be lucky in the coming year.
Social SoccerThursday, 14 February 2013 09:13
ACG City Campus social soccer has been running during Term 1 at Victoria Park fields. It happens on a Thursday between 5.30 and 6.45 p.m. Soccer is open to all ACG students and all levels of expertise. For the past few weeks two games have operated, with the girls choosing to have their own game.
It has afforded a good opportunity to use the light evenings to get some exercise and meet students from other ACG courses. Games are competitive but inclusive and students who think they would like to have a go are encouraged to come along.
Scholarship ResultsThursday, 14 February 2013 09:04
In 2012 ACG City Campus entered eight students in the New Zealand
Principal's DinnerThursday, 14 February 2013 08:16
Are we ‘in tune’ with the needs of our students? Do we regularly rise to the challenge and reflect on our teaching practice? Do we use the increasing range of tools and techniques available to manage change in our classrooms? Do teachers and support staff work together to promote student engagement, critical thinking and student success in their studies?
Orientation week at ACG City CampusThursday, 07 February 2013 00:00
ACG welcomes all new students that start this year.
During one week, the ACG City Campus and the marketing staff were serving new students