It was great to catch up with parents at the senior student, parent, and teacher interviews on Tuesday.
The third event in the series was held in Milton on Wednesday, 1 June.
Lads, today I want to talk to you about something big. Something so gargantuan in size, that there is just no way I can speak about everything I want to talk about in the few moments that I have here ...
If you have been issued a set or borrowed a pair of crutches from either the school or the on-site physio, we would appreciate them being returned.
A 40ft shipping container can now be seen on Littlebourne. This was kindly donated by Port Otago.
Great news for Joe Parkinson, a Year 12 student from McIndoe House!
The Otago Secondary Schools Swimming Championships were held at Moana Pool on Sunday.
9B students inscribing operations into clay tablets using four different based number systems.
On Thursday, 9th June school will close for tuition at 1.25pm.
Another week, another road race.
On Wednesday Finn Hibbert, Ronan Melville, Harry Burrow, Matthew Bolter and Gus Oberlin-Brown of the sustainability group visited Quarantine Island for the Enviroschools Hui.
This morning a group of Saxton house leaders, prefects, and other helpers loaded up the school van to drop off cans, cereals, and other food items to the local food bank.
Autumn brings a change in temperatures and seasonal food.
To the delight of our students an RNZAF helicopter landed on Littlebourne on Thursday.
When will we all be back to normal?
Please check your contact details on the school portal.
On Tuesday, 31st May school will close for tuition at 1.25pm.
Below is a list of internal assessments that are due to be submitted.
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