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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    Winter Sports

    On Tuesday, 19th May, all of the year 7&8’s travelled by bus to Kensington Stadium to play a winter sport. I played netball; our team didn’t go so well. We lost all of our games but that was okay. “Why don’t we go and watch the rippa-rugby play they’ve got

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    M.U.N.A

    On the 21st-23rd of May Shawn, Miss Rouse and myself traveled down to Auckland with a group of boys from Whangarei Boys High School to attend a program called M.U.N.A which stands for Model United Nation Assembly. This was held at Auckland Girls Grammar. At MUNA, different schools (mainly from Auckland) each representing a different country

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    Learner Drivers Let Loose

    Yesterday we took Hone & Deuke from our Auto Academy and Jayden from the Building Academy down to VTNZ to sit their Learner license.  3 out of 3, well done boys! Congrats for this huge achievement! Look out Whangarei, 3 more learner drivers are out on our roads. Bron Jenkins

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    Red Shirts in Schools

    This week our latest Red Shirts in Schools Gateway students graduated from this 10 week 27 credit programme. What an awesome achievement!  Well done & congratulations to Isaac, Sadieux,  Melody & Renee. Isobel at her Gateway placement Dominique at her Gateway placement