Morena whanau, I want to update you to the rapidly changing situation we are faced with with the COVID-19 pandemic. Tikipunga High School is business as usual. However, we are monitoring the situation hour by hour and planning ahead. School camps and whole school assemblies have been suspended until further
Our new Pou Arahi team have been busy since the start of the year guiding and supporting students, and staff. Their goal is to ensure that students have the support they need to enable them to make the best of the learning opportunities during their time at Tikipunga High School.
Tikipunga High School Services Academy Students had the opportunity to visit naval warship HMNZS WELLINGTON at the Bay of Islands on Friday, 7 Feb 2020. They were shown throughout the entire ship from where the Captain drives the ship to where the crew eats and sleeps. By all accounts it
26 of our senior students attended a leadership camp at Manaia on the 28th and 29th January 2020. The camp provided students with the opportunity to reconnect before returning to school. It also provided peer support training allowing students to explore a range of activities which they could bring back
On Friday 6th December we held the Te Putahitanga end of year Praisegiving followed by a formal social. We were very fortunate to have the help of the 2019 Head Students, who worked alongside Matua Vinny and Whaea Raewyn to organise and plan such a wonderful evening. The praisegiving proved
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