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LYNFIELD COLLEGE INSPIRES STUDENTS TO ACHIEVE ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE THROUGH A RICH LEARNING AND SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT

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LYNFIELD COLLEGE CULTURAL DAY

Cultural Day on Saturday 10 April was a highly anticipated community get-together where Lynfield College welcomed the community to celebrate different cultures and ethnicities from around the world.

 
 
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NATIONAL YOUTH JAZZ COMPETITION

The National Youth Jazz Competition showcases the very best emerging jazz players from secondary schools across New Zealand. Lynfield College is always well-represented.

 
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ASB POLYFEST CUTURAL FESTIVAL

After being cancelled for the last two years our students are very excited to perform in the 45th ASB Polyfest, Auckland Secondary Schools' Maori and Pacific Islands Cultural Festival.

 
 
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CONGRATULATIONS TO KEVIN ZHANG 

Kevin has done  exceptionally well in his age bracket (14 Years), at the 2021 Aon National Age Group Swimming Championships held at the Wellington Regional Aquatic Centre this week.

The Lynfield Learner

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We are resourceful and inventive

 
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We are inquisitive and creative

 
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We are reflective and respectful

 
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We are confident and compassionate

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INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION

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eLEARNING

Lynfield College’s eLearning program covers a range of activities:

From supporting learning using internet access through desktop computers or devices connected to Lynfield College’s wireless or cabled networks, to 'blended learning' using a combination of traditional and eLearning practices to provide the best and most appropriate ways of promoting effective learning.

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Extra curricular activities focussed on overall
development of students