Mr Mills, Jimmy, G-man and Theresa left Tiki, bound for a kayaking adventure on the Tutukaka coast. After a lesson in safety and equipment use, we set off around the point towards the marina. Unfortunately our passage was blocked by floating defences, so an advance party had to board the
Tikipunga High School’s Services Academy are currently on their way down to Whenuapai Airforce base this morning for a weeks-long induction camp. The course, led by the New Zealand Defence Forces’ Youth Development Unit, was designed to introduce the students to the ethos and values of the academy through a
Huge mihi to PAK’n SAVE Whangarei for donating hampers for our Student-led whanau hui! Congratulations to the winners of the SLWLH Hampers Big shout out to Pak n Save Whangarei! *Winners* Mary Kahui and Whanau Matthew Turner and Whanau
18 students from our Trades Academy partnering with Safety N Action attended a three day course learning and achieving valuable credits in Health & Safety / Hearing Conservation and Fire Safety. Students had a blast with a wonderful report by the Tutors at Health N Safety. Kia ora to Mr
At Te Putahitanga we would like to warmly welcome our new students and staff to the unit. With an increased number of students we now have three classrooms. During our first week of kura the students were getting to know each other and learning about the Treaty of Waitangi. They
Luncheon, Chainsaws and so much more – All staff were treated to a surprise luncheon at the Chainsaw Museum with our host Paul. The venue was amazing and the scenery breath taking. A nice break away from the two day Teacher Only Days before school opened for the 2021 year.
Congratulations to all students. Special Awards Recipients: JUNIOR PRAISEGIVING SPECIAL AWARDS 2020 PRINCIPAL’S AWARD – Top Year 10 Students Anahera Maihi & Tamara Matthews TUKUA O PUNGA AWARDS – Top Overall Achievement Charmaine Mathews-Birchall (Year 7) Kees Jenkins & Awatea :Poutai (Year 8) Zarah Thomson (Year 9) SCHOOL SUPPORT
Y7&8 REITU and REIPAE PRODUCTION They say ‘Out of chaos comes great wonders,’ and the Y7&8 students certainly proved it true, from the weeks of practise leading up to the Production evening. A huge thank you to our whanau who came along and supported us on the night. You gave