The Award is a self-help scheme for growing up great by creating opportunities for our young people to learn a new skill (or develop an existing one), get physically active, give service to their communities, and take part in an adventure, the Award challenges young people to leave their comfort zones. Plus it looks great on your CV.
Come along to a meeting in F9 at interval on Thursday for more information. - Thursday 21st June, 2018 (FT)
The annual Maths, Logic and Puzzle Championship is coming up in Early August. Our year 9 team won the Championship last year, and we are keen to repeat! Any Yr 9's or Yr 10's interested in being a part of the team this year please come to C2 at lunch time Wednesday for some more info and to start our training. Bring your lunch and join us every Wednesday until the comp. - Wednesday 20th June, 2018 (CE)
If you are interested in a Workplace Health and Safety Course please collect a notice from Careers. This course will add lots of value to your CV to assist with future employment.
Total of 7 credits at Level 3. The cost is $50. Please pay to main office. - Thursday 28th June, 2018 (SHF)
100 Science tutorial Wednesday lunchtime in E2 with Mrs Braithwaite. This is open to all 100 students from any class for extra revision going over the picky details in preparation for your test next week. Come with your books and any questions from your own revision. - Wednesday 20th June, 2018 (BI)
Any Year 12 student wishing to find out more information about Unistart (studying a university paper in Year 13 to kick start tertiary study) please come in and find out more information from Mrs Ballard in the hall at 9.30am next Wednesday morning (half way through period 1) - Wednesday 20th June, 2018 (BA)
Year 13 students who are interested in a Gap Year - International volunteer experiences with Go Kiwi Go. Their information evening is on tonight at Elizabeth Street Community and Arts Centre from 6pm till 7pm.
For more information: www.gokiwigo.org. - Tuesday 19th June, 2018 (SHF)
The wharenui will be open every Wednesday morning from 8am to 9am for students to keep warm, congregate and if you choose to, to study. From 9am to 10am it is a quiet place for seniors to study. Please remember, no shoes or food in the wharenui. You are however allowed water. Heaters will be on and on some days, there will be staff there to help you with your study if required.
PHOTOS. If you are in a school sports team or any other school group then please see the PhotoTimetable
WHEN Tuesday 19th and Wednesday 20th June in the HALL
DRESS Sports teams in playing uniform, other groups ask the Teacher in Charge on what to wear in your photo.
TIMETABLE Posted in form classes, on the Sports Notice Board, outside the Library
A School Hopper Service operates through Papamoa. Students who chose not to use this service and catch a later Town Hopper and then arrive late to school do not have an excuse for being late. You are choosing to be late. It is not the bus service running late.
Each Wednesday morning from 8:45am to 10am, the Kai Ora room is open for students to have breakfast and study. Staff from Ngaiterangi Iwi are present to support study as well as promoting the use of te reo Maori during that time. If you wish to do some study and/or engage te reo Maori, please come along every Wednesday morning.
ShowQuest is a Stage Challenge like event. This year it is on in Auckland at the Spark Arena Wednesday 29th August. Because of this date ONLY Y9 and Y10 can participate this year. The makeup of the team is similar.
Auditions for Y9 will be in the Hall Monday and for Y10 on the Wednesday.
You do not have to be taking Dance or Drama to take part. Forms are on the bench at the student office - bring one with you to the auditions. See you there.
Mr Pringle Miss Clarkson Mr Flanagan Miss Yule Mrs Bidois