Every year we celebrate all things math. Students enter the daily quiz for prizes. So even if you are not sure what Mean, Mode and Median is or you think that Algebra is a foreign language. You can still have some fun and learn along the way. Here’s a selection
On Friday 16 August we will be running a ‘She-Loves-me-Not’ programme for all Year 12 students here at Thames High School. The students will be split into 4 groups, each of which will be with a teacher, a police officer and a support worker who will collaboratively deliver the programme.
Netsafe have recently launched a great new resource for parents and whānau, the ‘Online Safety Parent Toolkit’. This interactive PDF offers parents and whānau practical tips and tools to help them talk to their children about online safety. It includes: quickstarter tips for parents, whānau and young people information to
At the start of Term 3, the History 201 class went to Wellington. They visited Pukeahu National War Memorial Park, Te Papa Museum and Wellington Museum as part of their study on World War One. The class also had the opportunity to visit Parliament and Victoria University.