Dedication, long hours of training and commitment to his code has seen Amoho Karetai-Mahanga win the Volleyball title for the second year running at the ASB Sports Awards held at Kensington Stadium on Thursday 24th October. The sports awards gathers the Secondary School Sports alumni to acknowledge the hard work
On the night of the Wednesday 23rd October at the Copthorne hotel we represented Tikipunga High School’s Te Pūtahitanga Unit at the Lion Foundation Young Enterprise Scheme (Y.E.S) Northland Regional awards for 2019. As a competing finalist our company Peke Hangarua was nominated in three categories which were: Dave Templeton
With a legacy set by their predecessors, art work of all types were put on display in the Library on Tuesday 22nd October. Staff, students and whanau were treated to a sneak peek viewing of the Senior School Art classes portfolios current and past years. A colourful evening thoroughly enjoyed
Congratulations to Ngaira Tawha and the Ngaphui U13 Girls League team who blitzed the competition in Rotorua during the Term 3 holidays taking out first place. Ngaira had a ‘mean’ time with her whanau and team mates while learning new skills on the field.
The Tikipunga High School Board of Trustees would like to welcome our new Student Representative Brandy Henare. We would like to extend our appreciation to our outgoing Student Representative Skyla Anderson-Wynn, we wish you all the best in your future endeavors. TIKIPUNGA HIGH SCHOOL BOARD OF TRUSTEES
“Just made it in time to see Sophy Tua Martin receive awards for · Best All Round Goal Ability · Outstanding All Round Player · Youth Leadership. Many thanks to everyone who has helped her to get to where she is now! Much appreciated”. (written by Sophy’s very proud father).
The Year 7 and 8 students are to be highly excellent commended for their excellent presentation and demonstration of the subject display boards. Students were intrigued by the learning that is happening at Tikipunga High School. All were very proud to have their Kapa roopu performing above our school values
To win this award Te Aranga had to submit a CV, complete a panel interview and finally give a speech to a dinner audience. This award is aimed at students who have served their community and school over the last two years, have leadership abilities in both school and other
Miriam Paki, Peter Birchall-Mathews and Matatini Swanson represented our kura with pride and passion when they competed in the Northland School Champions Cross Country at Barge Park. Huge effort by the students who placed in the top 50 runners over a field of 200+ competitors. Special acknowledgement to Matatini who