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

Māori Language Week – 9 September to 15 September

Te Wiki o te reo Māori is becoming a major fixture on the national calendar providing an opportunity for concentrated promotion and we at Tikipunga High School are embracing this kaupapa.  Komiti Maori have provided a whakataukī for each day this week:

Rāmere: Friday

He kura te tangata – People are very important.

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    Haramai te toki!!!   Congratulations to the following Tikipunga High School year 8 students that were selected in their respective representative teams of Whangarei to compete at the Northland U13 Taniwha Shield tournament that was held at Waipu Rugby Club in the second week of the school holidays.  Grizzlies were the overall


    The Services Academy students attended Bush Craft 2019 at Trefoil Park, 10km south of Kaikohe, during week 10 of term 2.  The purpose of Bush Craft was to continue working on areas from Induction Camp, and introduce navigation and leadership skills, working as an effective team.  They were joined by