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Regulus // Issue 1 // May 2023

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St Andrew's College Polyfest Group on stage performing at the Canterbury Polyfest.After many hours of practise and hard work, the St Andrew’s College Polyfest group performed extremely well at the Canterbury Polyfest in Hagley Park in March. A large audience enjoyed the performance, including many St Andrew’s staff and students.

It is the second time the College has participated in this event, with 38 students in the group. Laai Tausa, Lucas Te Rangi, Cylas Tauti, Kavanah Lene, Penelope Taulafo and Lily Champion-Smith (all Year 13) did a great job as Polyfest leaders.

Before the Canterbury Polyfest, the group held a Fiafia Night at the College, where they performed their 15-minutes set to whānau, friends, and the wider St Andrew’s community, who more than half-filled Gym 1 for the wonderful occasion. 

St Andrew’s College Polyfest group shines at Canterbury Polyfest, wowing the audience with their performance and hard work.