YEAR 10 WAITANGI TRIP On Tuesday, Mr Mills and Whaea Taua took 13 Year 10 students north. We visited Ruapekapeka, battle site. The students bonded well up there, and completed a worksheet on the battle site and learnt a lot from the visit there. We then headed to Kawakawa for
On Friday 5th April the Senior Science students were given the opportunity by Experience Marine Reserves to conduct a snorkel survey at Reotahi Marine Reserve. We were very lucky with the weather and the water was warm(ish)! Students did a great job collecting data for the marine reserves monitoring program
The first group of students have just completed their two days of Waka Ama introduction and basic skills with Kura Heke down at Kissing Point. “We got to chose a life jacket and Hoe on the first day”, Sadie Maddox “We went out and in while paddling our waka, I
Mr Mills, Mrs Martin, Matua Frank and the Senior History class left Tikipunga High School on Wednesday 20th March for their Tongariro Crossing Adventure. On day one we started with a large cooked breakfast. The weather was forecast for showers in the afternoon so we were very happy to start
Congratulations to our Senior Volleyball teams who competed in the Regional finals on Tuesday, 19th March. Thank you to all coaches for your tireless efforts and wisdom. Results from the day: · Tikipunga High School Senior Girls 2nd Place Div 1 · Tikipunga High School Senior A Boys 1st Place
This year as part of Te Putahitanga’s programme into financial literacy, senior students were invited to participate in the Young Enterprise Scheme which supports students to develop competency money, business management and marketing. This was a New Zealand first, as no other unit has participated or engaged in such an event.
Written by – Charlotte Leslie (8ADA) Kaka Porowini Marae On Tuesday 18th of February, the Year 7 & 8 classes went to the Kaka Porowini Marae. We were welcomed onto the Marae. Then we split off into our groups. We made takakau bread, we wrote waiata, learned about Ta Moko,
On Thursday 14th February members of our kapa haka group were guest performers at the Forget me Not 25-year celebrations. Dr Tina Darkins wrote a letter of thanks to our kapa haka team mentioning they were not only outstanding (as usual) but the highlight of the day. It was nice