Ka puta Matariki, ka rere Whānui, ko te tohu tēnā o te tau hou e!
Matariki re-appears, Whānui starts its flight, Being the sign of the new year! Celebrating Matariki together as a Campus: Wednesday 22 June
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Our Year 10 Academy students were lucky to be able to attend the All Blacks Experience in the city recently. Learning about some of the different aspects of professional sport, history of rugby in NZ and a chance to test their skills at the end.
Hopefully we may have some future names on the walls one day.
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We look forward to welcoming future students and their whānau to our Open Day – Tuesday 14 June.
The principal will be speaking with students and families at 3.30pm, 4.30pm and 5.30pm in the Butler Hall. Choose a time that works for your family and following each presentation, we welcome you to go on a tour of our school – meet our expert teachers and speak with our fantastic students and student leaders.
See you here!
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On Wednesday 25th of May, our Year 10 Japanese class went to cook Okonomiyaki. Okonomiyaki is a popular Japanese style savoury pancake. Due to a Covid restriction last year, we were not able to participate in any cooking activities. Melody and Paris put on a performance prior to the cooking day to encourage the class to take part in the cooking. Everybody enjoyed the food and said they had lots of fun during the class.
Some people poured in a small amount of the mixture and it was easy for them to flip the pancake without burning it or being too overcooked. However, some students poured too much batter and the pancake was unfortunately unable to be flipped over.
Overall, this experience was a lot of fun and all the students had a wonderful time. We are very grateful to our amazing Japanese teacher Ms Kojima for agreeing to let us cook Okonomiyaki.