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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  • PINK SHIRT DAY at Tiki High

    Staff and students showed their support for “Pink Shirt Day” by promoting conversation around anti-bullying and celebrating diversity with our tamariki. Everyone had a blast participating in games from Giant pick up sticks to the good ole fave tug of war. Huge mihi to Mrs Kylie Adams for her continuous

  • Values Voyages 2021

    Sunsets Sunrises Sparkling Diamonds on the ocean But  Not much puff!! Value Voyage 1:  Steinlager 2 and crew welcomed 23 students, Alec (Principal) and John (teacher) from Tikipunga High School onboard Monday morning. Their pickup was from the gorgeous quaint Leigh Wharf.  We motored, sailed and motored to the Mokohinau

  • Keegan vs Halberg Games

    Congratulations to Keegan Bridges representing Northland at the 2021 Halberg Games.  Keegan competed in swimming and Athletic events.  Amazing achievement for an amazing athlete.  Ka pai Keegan we are all so very proud of you!

  • Maori Cultural Tourism Camp – Rotorua

    A group of year 12&13 students from our Maori Cultural Tourism (MCT) Academy and Gateway Tourism programmes have travelled to Te Arawa, Rotorua in the early hours to attend a 4 day Cultural Camp run by Service IQ.  Thank you to Bron for organising this experience for our students. Our