We know some of our students – and their whānau – are worried that they might not be able to attain NCEA or UE this year, because of the disruption caused by COVID-19. To help address this and support students, the following changes are being made to NCEA and University
Show off your creative talents as you show off our town. “Our Council has launched a competition for all schools within our district to participate in the “60 Second Sell Competition”. The aim is to promote local and boost the profile of our businesses and our district as we come
Kia ora e te whānau In this pānui Update at Alert Level 2 Attendance Year 13 Lunch and Study Sport is coming back Expectations – uniform and presentation Support for uniform and other needs Sport on the horizon Healthy Lifestyles The 60 Second Sell Read more by clicking this link
Kia ora e te whānau In this pānui Alert Level 2 Buses Sport and PE classes Preparing tor Level 2 – Thursday 14 May and Friday 15 May Junior Classes Kete and HIP classes Bringing back school devices Expectations: Values and Uniform Uniform – Winter Uniform (Terms 2-3) Support for
For several years, Year 12 Horticulture students have been working with a community group Thames Be Fruitful (TBF) to get fruit trees out into the community. The idea is that the community gets free fruit, students get credits for their NCEA qualification, and TBF gets free labour for the planting.