12 August 2020 Kia ora e te whānau You may be aware of the announcement Tuesday evening (11 August) about the country moving to covid-19 alert level 2 – REDUCE whilst Auckland moves to level 3 – RESTRICT. This is a precautionary move for at least three days (at this stage).
Winter Sport is all go! Great sportsmanship and showing our Tikanga on the sports field/court is what we strive for. Thank you to everyone that volunteers their time and knowledge to our teams at Thames High School. You are all important: coaches, managers, teachers/person in charge, drivers, water carriers, orange
Thames High School will be hosting an open evening on August 13th for prospective 2021 Year 9 students and their whānau. This evening is also an opportunity to come and see the school for all community members. The evening will start at 5:30 in the School Hall with a presentation by
Thames High School hosted the Thames Valley Badminton Champs today in the Jack McLean and THS gyms. 57 entries from Thames High School, Matamata College, Te Aroha College, Waihi College, Katikati College played singles and doubles. Huge thanks to Justine Baverstock for her organisation in creating the draws and managing
CAREERS FOCUS is on for Senior Students: Year 11 – Keeping options open and exploring pathways Year 12 – Developing Pathways and Action Plans Year 13 – Preparing to Leave School / Interviews and Subject Selection / CV Writing All seniors are heading to the Careers Expo on Wednesday during