In Te Putahitanga this term, our students have had the opportunity to participate in the Young Enterprise organisation. Our students have crafted an amazing idea to make a bag that is friendly to the planet and to help not leave rubbish behind.
On Thursday 30 May, Mr Mills and Mr Pishief took both year 8 classes on an action day. We had been visited by Seacleaners at school and had arranged to participate in a community day. Led by Skipper Tracey and her assistant we did a land based cleanup at the
Pink Ribbon Breakfast – Thank you so much for the great turn out for our Pink Ribbon Breakfast and for all the work done to make it a success. The Winner of the Marshmallow count was Mr Solomon with 51 being the winning number. Congratulations!!!We have raised a total of
Malo ‘etau lava! On Friday and Saturday 17th and 18th, Mone, Rakardo, and I (Nadia) participated in the Model United Nations Assembly (MUNA). A number of north island schools attended. All schools were designated to a country that is a part of the UN and we were given Tonga. We
Tikipunga fielded, 2 excited soccer teams, 2 fired up netball teams, 4 rugged rippa rugby teams and 4 happy go lucky table tennis teams. What a fun day enjoyed by all. Towards the end of the day however, our students came off the field hobbling, limping, hungry and very tired.
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