Notices -

Tuesday 28th of May, 2024

Meeting / Practices Location When Staff
All Students Pasifika and Māori English Study Space E16 Mon 10 Jun 3.15pm PEH
  Pasifika and Māori English Study Space!

Starting up Week 7, Monday 10th June 3:15pm to 4:15pm in E16. This space is open for all Pasifika and Māori students from year 9-13. There will be teachers and Senior English students there to assist and mentor, along with light refreshments.

Please note – 11HSA students must attend their HSA tutorials instead.

All Students Spelling Club 🐝 E11 Tue 28 May 11:10am BRW
  Spelling Alert! Spelling Club is debuting a new game, and a team one at that. Bring your mates for a bit of fun. As always, prizes for the winners! Could you be the won? Or is it one? Guess you'll find out. See you there!

All Students Theatresports PA04 Mon 27 May 3:10 LAM
Come along every Monday to Theatresports! Learn how to improvise, watch performances, and get involved in a judgement free introduction to the world of improvisation.
Runs every Monday from 3:30-5pm. Will start/end 20 minutes early if there's a short lunch. No long term commitment necessary. Everyone is welcome!

Juniors only Junior Sewing Club N15 Wed 29 May 1:30pm WOL
  First meeting of the Junior Sewing Club this Wednesday.

This club is now full. If you have not joined the Google Classroom and completed the form, you will need to wait until Term 4 for another opportunity.

Notices Staff
All Students 2nd XV Gold TAI
  Rugby 2nd XV Gold are looking for players who want play rugby for the school! Whether you play rugby,rugby league, or any other sport and are interested! Come down and have a run on Tuesday and Thursday 3.30pm- 5pm after school.Games are played saturday mornings.Meet at the grandstand beforehand.

If interested please contact :

- Contact : DOR -
- Coache:
- Coach :

All Students Basketball at Lunchtime. WSN
  Upper gym is open at lunchtime for anyone wanting to play Basketball - Monday - Thursday. Come and have a go!

All Students Pottery Club Group 2 CRK
  Pottery Club Group 2 will start this Thursday afterschool in E4. Bring your signed permission slip or email it to Mr Corkery to join up. This club will run for approx 8 sessions.

All Students The Barfoot and Thompson Young Author’s challenge PEH
  The Barfoot and Thompson Young Author’s challenge has started up. The theme this year is “The Choice I made” and entrants are encouraged to write a short story detailing a choice they made (good or bad) and where that choice led them to. The maximum word count for secondary students is 750 words. Entries close: Friday 2 August 2024.

See here for further details:

All Students The Sargeson Short Story Competition PEH
  Entries are open for Aotearoa's richest short story competition, the Sargeson Prize.
The winner of the Secondary Schools Division takes home $2000 and also receives a one-week summer writing residency at the University of Waikato, with travel, accommodation and meals covered, and one-on-one mentoring on their work! Second prize is $1000 and third is $500.

See here for further details:

All Students WIP SLB
  Have you ever wanted to build an electric bike or car? Are you an aspiring Formula 1 Mechanic, are you interested against racing other teams or competing in a team engineering competition? If yes, the EVolocity challenge might be for you!

Representatives from the challenge are coming on Wednesday May 29th (Week 5) at lunch if you're keen to find out more! RSVP form below!

All Students Writing Anthology PEH
  The English leaders are compiling a collection of excellent student writing pieces to be published at the end of the year. If you have completed, or if you complete a piece of writing this term, that you would like to be considered please email through to your year level's English leaders:
Year 9: Lucia and Lucy (,
Year 10: Bharavi and Divija (,
Year 11: Johnny and Isobel (,
Year 12: Elisabeth and Epeli (,
Year 13: Ryan and Brianna (,

Seniors only Kate Edger Foundation creative school competition PEH
  Year 12 and 13 students are invited to enter the 7th annual Kate Edger Foundation Creative School Competition.
The theme this year is “feel the fear…and do it anyway”. This year's theme should challenge and inspire you to share your stories of courage, spontaneity, bravery, creativity, success, overcoming barriers and whatever else has inspired you to just go for it.
Entry options are Artwork, Photography, Poetry, Prose or Video.
There are monetary prizes: 1st prize is $1,000, 2nd prize is $500 and 3rd prize $300.
Entries close 8pm Monday 24th June 2024

See here for further details:

Year 11 Year 11 Science tutorials HND
  Tutorials for Mechanics in CS10 Lunchtime
Monday: Motion
Wednesday: Forces