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 9 Ski Trip

    Year 9 Alpine Adventure Trip Report Year 9 Ski and Snowboard trip departed with 18 year 9 students from a wide range of classes, accompanied by Mr Mills, and Mike Allen, (who had to step into the breaches to fill the space left by Mel’s injury).  We left in 2

  • Year 7 and 8 Camp

    Year 7/8 Camp – 11 – 13th August 2014 Sir Peter Blake Marine Education and Recreation Centre. Team building activities The activity at MERC I enjoyed the most was tree climbing. I enjoyed it most because it was the scariest and also the funniest activity with the best view of

  • TEACHER ONLY DAY – Monday, 1st September

    Our teaching staff are participating in an in-school training on Monday, 1st September 2014. Given the importance of this training we are advising parents and caregivers that the school will be closed on this day.

  • National Poetry Day

    Friday 22nd August was National Poetry Day. An open evening for everyone interested was organised by Hannah White at local cafe and bar “The Old Stone Butter Factory”. Secondary school pupils were encouraged to have a go, and as a result three of our students attended. Tyrek Hei Yr 8,  Sadieux