PB4L Achievement Slip Draw:
Congratulations to Emma Pope, Ethan Read, Logan Andrews, Baylee Wilson & Mr Lambert for winning the achievement draw this week. These students earnt their slip for a range of things from being considerate to others and producing some excellent work. Well done your slips are at the office .
Term 4 Week 1 (16 - 20 October)
23 Labour Day
30 Oct -3 Nov Green Week
8 Last day for senior students
9 NCEA Exams begin
24 New enrolments open day
27-30 Year 10 camp at Mavora
4-6 Menzies Activity Days (MAD)
7 Senior Prize Giving
8 Junior Prize Giving (afternoon)
11 Teacher Only Day (with call back for selected students)
To find out about gaining NCEA credits by obtaining your Driver's Licence click here
CLICK HERE to download the Blanket Consent Form (all students must complete and return this form to cover low-risk activities outside the classroom)
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Click here to make a booking for September 20th. The code is 6m3t5.
Please note that the Option Evening (compulsory for Year 10 students and recommended for Year 11 and 12) is on the same day at 7pm in the hall - please bear this in mind if you have students in these Year Levels when making bookings.
Download the 2018 Option Booklets:
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Click here for the Vocational Pathways Profile Builder
The Occupation Outlook provides a snapshot of 50 key occupations in New Zealand, highlighting the cost of study, income potential and job prospects. It is designed to be one of the first places young people look when making a decision on career options. Click here for the Occupation Outlook download page (available as Android and Apple apps)