Our school’s motto is “tukua o punga” – cast your nets, which encapsulates the key purpose of schooling – to enable students to cast their nets so that they can be successful learners, reach their personal potential and be purposeful, productive and caring members of society

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  • Year 10 Sustainability Project

    As part of our Sustainability study, Mike Easterbrook and John Mills took a dozen 10 Hihi students to Pehiaweri Marae in July, to complete phase 2 of our wetland planting programme.  We were joined by a dozen year 2 students from Kamo Primary, and their helpers, as well as Lorna

  • Year 10 Auckland Trip

    John Mills and ten Year 10 students left in a van at 8am as part of their Social Studies inquiry into equity.  As poor weather was forecast, we modified our itinerary to cover the North Head Tunnels first.  An awesome time was had by students as we explored the mystery

  • Year 13 September Sandpit Walk

    We left period 4 with 6 year 13 and four year 11 students who needed to complete an outdoor activity  assessment.  With a dropping tide and an offshore breeze I knew the paddle to the Sandpit would be easy! Two dinghies and 3 kayaks were used to access the walk. 

  • Year 7 and 8 October Camp

    Mr MIlls. Ms Reynolds and Ms Jones left with 35 students by bus to Marine Education Recreation Centre at Long Bay.  Our first day was spent learning  about the coastal environment and doing Team building activities.  We built shelters as a team and cooked up damper to eat.  After this