Normally on a Friday morning at 6:30am you would be slowly waking up for another day of school. Not for 9G. Our class was up and packing the bus ready for the five and a half hour drive to the Mt Aspi...
The outline for the start of the 2019 school year is as follows:
Over the recent Labour weekend, approximately 80 divers from around New Zealand competed in the Diving New Zealand National Skills Competition held in Auckland.
At senior level, students are required to complete a two panel portfolio. By the time Visual Art students reach Level 3, it is expected they create a three page portfolio.
The International students got together to honour and say goodbye to our International Director Brenda Hogue.
Currently, I am in Shanghai. I have been part of the Mayoral visit to this city as part of the Lan Yuan gardens exhibition here.
The School Council were busy last Friday morning getting things ready for their Free Sausage Sizzle and Drinks for all the boys to celebrate the last day of the year for seniors, and the farewell to o...
Everyone should have one!
NCEA external exams kicked off this week and the next two weeks will see the busiest period.
Year 9 student Jack Light has continued his winning streak having competed in the Neroli Fairhall Memorial Archery Tournament in Christchurch.
Kia ora, Talofa, Malo e lelei, Bula vinaka, Taloha ni and warm greetings.
Inspiring, funloving worker for the land and its people
Skippers Feast and Senior Prizegiving dominated last week in School House.
Thursday evening at the Regent Theatre parents, staff and students celebrated the successes of this year's student body.
Do not go gentle into that good night
I know I waffled last night and youve listened to enough speeches this week so to quote Flynn, 'Ive tried to keep this short like my hair.'
Senior prize giving was held on Thursday 1 November at the Regent Theatre. It was a special occasion to celebrate the students success throughout the year.
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