On Thursday 3 November the Social Awareness team organised a school disco. Although the Covid Pandemic is ongoing, we wanted to take the opportunity t...
Following the disruption from Covid over the last couple of years, we were delighted to re-commence our annual orientation morning today, hosting 250 ...
Haka Off 2022
Tēnei te mihi aroha ki a koutou katoa e tautoko ana ki ō mātou Haka Off 2022!A massive thank you to everyone who supported our annual Haka Off competi...
Remembering Queen Elizabeth 2
N1 took a general knowledge quiz on Queen Elizabeth 2 to commemorate her Jubilee year and Max Newcombe-Maule's grandfather Barry, brought his medallion in to show the class from the Queen's tour of New Zealand in 1953. All school children were issued with a medallion for the tour. N1 watched the newsreel of the Queen visiting Westport and Christchurch at this time. Thank you for sharing your memories with us!
Friendship Day was a big success organised by the Cultural Awareness Team. The goal was to bridge the gap between different races, colours, religions, cultures and any other reasons which could keep people from creating friendships with one another. We think: Make friends, not war. Therefore, we organised an obstacle course that you could only master together with a friend. It was amazing to see how many people participated and showed us how important friendships are to everyone.
See here for information on the following courses that are being run by Mana Ake on Tuning in to Kids + Tuning Into Teens Emotionally Intelligent Parenting next term.