On Wednesday 22nd May, our teaching staff will be attending a presentation by Dr Ann Milne about culturally responsive practice. This presentation is part of the Kāhui Akō (Community of Learning) teacher professional learning and development programme. Our teachers will join with teachers from the other schools who are part
Congratulations to the following students for being selected in the Thames Valley Netball Representative Teams. U17: Ashleigh Rohrlach, Eve Gibson, Chanele Wiperi-Karauria, Caitlyn deGroen, Amber Edlington U15: Courtney Rohrlach, Sienna Hall U15 Dev: Kyla Wilson, Jessica Sara, Tia Dargaville
This is advance notice that on Tuesday 4th June (the day after the Queen’s Birthday public holiday) teaching staff will be involved in a Teacher Only Day and normal classes will not take place. During that day, teachers will be involved in Professional Learning and Development (PLD) activities.
An article in the NZ Herald recently pointed out that nationally, senior school exam pass rates have dropped slightly. At Thames High School we have seen the reverse of this trend in 2018, with student achievement at NCEA Level 1 increasing to 84.6% (compared with the national rate of 71.8%),
WOW … we had Hunt for the Wilderpeople, The Magic School Bus, Mr Men series, The Cat in the Hat, Peter Pan & Wendy, Marvels Action Hero series, The Walking School Bus and Tupac Shakur: The Life and Times of an American Icon. Huge efforts were made to get everyone