Outstanding Artists 2015
Theep Ungsupaisarn won the trophy for Year 12 and Sho Sasaki won the trophy for Year 11. This is the second year for Theep to win the award, as he also won the Year 11 trophy last year. Both students have been praised by their teachers and fellow students for their ability and talent, and they hope to gain top grades in NCEA Art Levels 1 and 2, this year. Congratulations on your outstanding achievements, Sho and Theep.
Sho Sasaki (right) and Theep Ungsupaisarn (left) with their cups for Year 11 and Year 12 Art.
Further Honours for 2014 Year 13 International Students:
James has been offered a number of scholarships to study Dentistry in Australia and has accepted a place at Melbourne’s La Trobe University. He left St Bede’s last year with an impressive academic record, being awarded Excellence endorsements in Chemistry, Physics (1st in subject), Digital Technology, Religious Education and Statistics. In his NCEA examinations he gained a total of 122 Excellence credits at level 3 and his resulting ATAR score is 99.80 out of 99.85 – placed in the top 0.2% of all Australian and New Zealand students.
Year 11 Academic Success 2014
Two Year 11 International students were recognised for their academic success this year at the recent 2014 Annual Prize- giving ceremony.
Theep Ungsupaisarn (left) was awarded certificates for Merit in Accounting and Visual Art (Level 1) and the Cup for the Most Promising Art Student in Year 11.
Kengo Takenouchi (right) was awarded certificates for Merit in Science, Digital Technologies and Accounting and an Excellence in Mathematics (Level 1).
Study and play rugby at St Bede’s College:
International students have been a part of rugby at St Bede’s College for a number of years. This year, a 13 year old joined us and is making an impact in his rugby team. Take a look at his video of our U13 team in action to see what playing rugby at St Bede’s is like. Although these junior boys take rugby seriously, you can see they are having a lot of fun.
Published on Aug 16, 2014
St Bede’s U13 continued their winning ways by defeating Christchurch Football Club (arguably NZ’s oldest rugby club) at St Bede’s this morning. They prevent Christchurch from crossing their line and came out with a 35 point win. On the sideline were the parents of SBC player Yuta, who put on a fine performance with a fine individual burst to score under the posts.