2015 HP Sports Scholars Update: Lauren Clarke Wednesday, 25 November 2015 Number three in our series of High Performance Sports Scholar updates is Lauren Clarke, one of New Zealand’s promising young Squash players (currently ranked no.8 in her age category). HIgh Performance Sports Scholar and rising squash star, Lauren Clarke.
Project Ignite Monday, 23 November 2015 An enterprise initiative developed in partnership between Bay of Plenty Polytechnic, the University of Waikato and Priority One has enabled ten students from Tauranga to experience first-hand what it takes to be an entrepreneur and the chance to turn their ideas into reality. Sasha Turfrey, Bay of Plenty Polytechnic hospitality student and winner of a 2015 Project Ignite scholarship.
Scholarships for Bay students Friday, 20 November 2015 Bay of Plenty Polytechnic is delighted to announce the Secondary School Achiever Scholarship winners for 2016. The Polytechnic received a large number of high-quality applications from 15 different colleges around the Bay of Plenty. Dr Amanda Torr, Academic Director at Bay of Plenty Polytechnic.
Let’s talk trash Tuesday, 17 November 2015 If your trash could talk, what would it say? The trash in Hannah Drew's 30-second videos is telling us a very important message. In one 30-second stop-motion video, a discarded can of soft drink receives help from animated litter which helps the can climb into the rubbish bin – and applause follows. Bachelor of Creative Industries student, Hannah Drew.
2015 HP Sports Scholars Update: Amy Robinson Friday, 13 November 2015 The second High Performance student in our series is Amy Robinson. Amy has had a phenomenal year in both of her chosen sports – so much so she has been nominated as a finalist in the Bay of Plenty Sports Awards (Junior Sportswoman of the Year). Amy Robinson, Bay of Plenty Polytechnic High Performance Academy Sports Scholar.
BOP Sports Awards finalists announced Monday, 9 November 2015 Outstanding sporting performances by Bay of Plenty athletes (including several current and former Bay of Plenty Polytechnic students) on the world stage have been reflected in the finalists selected for the 2015 Bay of Plenty Sports Awards. Sam Cane, All Black and Bay of Plenty Polytechnic alumnus.
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