Kia ora koutou katoa, Ko Etham Holtz toku ingoa, Ko Bevan raua ko Kirsten Toku mātua, Ko Ngapuhi raua ko Ngaitahu toku Iwi, Ko Ngatokumatawharua toku Waka, Ko Parihaka toku Maunga, Ko Hatea toku Awa, Ko Pehiaweri toku Marae, Ko Tikipunga toku Kura.

Kia ora school my name Is Etham Holtz and I am extremely grateful and proud to be the head boy for 2018. I’m excited for the opportunity to get to know our school and students more and to be of help when I can be. I myself love to be involved in Kapa Haka, Education and Sports and am looking forward to seeing everyone grow in each field.

The relationship between my family and this school is quite strong having my Dad and six of my older siblings all completing high school at Tikipunga and I’m grateful to be able to carry on that legacy our my family and this school.

Again I am super excited for this opportunity, if you see myself or any of the other prefects around school don’t be shy to say “Hi”.

No reira tena koutou, tena koutou, tena koutou katoa.



Ko Ally Harris toku ingoa

Ko Rakautapu te maunga

Ko Tapuwai te awa

Ko Ngatokimatawhaurua te waka

Ko Ngapuhi te iwi

Ko Ngai Tupoto te hapu

No Hokianga ahau

Kia ora my name is Ally Harris and I am the head girl for 2018. I started here at Tikipunga High School in 2012 as a year 7 student. I have been a part of the Tikipunga High School Service Academy for the past three years and I am currently preparing myself to join the New Zealand Army when I leave school.  I always like to surround myself with Whanau, I enjoy the outdoors, fitness, art and swimming.  My goals for this year as head girl are to be a role model and mentor to the younger students. Also to have the Senior students more involved with the younger students.

Ngamanakitanga kia koutou katoa.