Scots College

Community Organisation

Scots College
1 Monorgan Road
Strathmore Park
Wellington 6022
83 days ago

Become a homestay family

Diana Tan from Scots College

With a growing number of students from around the world, Scots College are looking for more short and long term homestay families.

Hosting a student can be a rewarding experience as you support them in feeling welcome in a new country, discover more about another country and culture, share the … View more
With a growing number of students from around the world, Scots College are looking for more short and long term homestay families.

Hosting a student can be a rewarding experience as you support them in feeling welcome in a new country, discover more about another country and culture, share the beauty of NZ and its culture and develop new friendships that often last long after a student returns home.

If you are interested please find out more online or get in touch with the College.
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180 days ago

Free Beginners Te Reo with Whitireia hosted at Scots College

Rebecca Burton from Scots College

There are still some spaces available for the Term 3 Te Hiringa o Te Reo course. Run by Whitireia and hosted at Scots College this course is a language resource designed specifically for those who are interested in learning basic Māori language.

6 weeks. Thursdays 5.30 - 7pm
August 8 - September… View more
There are still some spaces available for the Term 3 Te Hiringa o Te Reo course. Run by Whitireia and hosted at Scots College this course is a language resource designed specifically for those who are interested in learning basic Māori language.

6 weeks. Thursdays 5.30 - 7pm
August 8 - September 12
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183 days ago

Computers in Homes Course with e-learning Porirua

Rebecca Burton from Scots College

E-learning Porirua are holding their Computers in Homes course at Scots College on Thursday evenings for Term 3.

The Computers in Homes programme is a 9 week course that will take participants through a basic introduction of your computer, creating and using email, setting up digital documents and… View more
E-learning Porirua are holding their Computers in Homes course at Scots College on Thursday evenings for Term 3.

The Computers in Homes programme is a 9 week course that will take participants through a basic introduction of your computer, creating and using email, setting up digital documents and storage, online search engines, access to digital news platforms and more. Included during the course is how to apply for jobs online and assistance in setting up job applications. Participants will be guided each step of the way in a supportive, friendly environment. Each participant will complete the course with a certificate. Participants who do not have a working computer may be able to take one home on completion of the course.

The Computers in Homes course is free for beneficiaries. Other participants are required to pay a $50 fee. Devices are provided. Participants need only bring an open mind, ready to learn.

You can sign up in person by contacting Lynda Murray at Email: lovestrathmorepark@gmail.com or Phone: 021 247 9728 or in person at any of these Community Centres: Strathmore Community Centre, Raukawa Community Centre, Miramar Community Centre or Seatoun Village Hall

949 days ago

An evening with cyber-safety expert Susan McLean

Rebecca Burton from Scots College

Wednesday 25 July, 7-9pm. Scots College Assembly Hall

The Scots College Parents' Association, in partnership with the Fiji Community Services Trip Boys, are pleased to announce An Evening with Susan McLean from Cyber Safety Solutions, Australia.

Do you know what your kids are doing … View more
Wednesday 25 July, 7-9pm. Scots College Assembly Hall

The Scots College Parents' Association, in partnership with the Fiji Community Services Trip Boys, are pleased to announce An Evening with Susan McLean from Cyber Safety Solutions, Australia.

Do you know what your kids are doing online? What do you know about online grooming and how do you protect your children from it? What is Cyberbullying and how can you identify and prevent it? Sexting – it happens across all ages – are you prepared to deal with it?

Tickets $25 and includes a glass of wine. All proceeds go towards the Prep School playground project.

Book your ticket at: www.scotscollege.school.nz...

Complimentary tea & coffee will be available on the night. Snacks, a raffle and bake sale will all being running on the night to support the Fiji service trip boys.

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