PB4L Achievement Slip Draw:
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE FOLLOWING STUDENTS AND STAFF
Noah Sutton, Jacob Leith, Ryan Crump, Reuben Wilkinson and also Mrs Stirling. Well done all, your canteen vouchers can be collected from the office. (Fri)
Well done all! Remember to keep showing respect and keep those achievement slips coming in.
Thank you to all parents and caregivers who made the time either on the 30th May or at some other stage, to talk with Whanau teachers about their child’s learning. These are valuable opportunities to focus on the core business of education and an opportunity to put students in the driver’s seat of their education.
Please take some time to fill out the "Conference Feedback Form" by clicking the link below.
Term 2 Week 10 (2nd July- 6th July)
2nd Market Day (Lunch Time in the Hall)
5th Board of Trustees Meeting
Mana Maori Competition
6th Last Day Of Term 2
23rd First Day-Term 3
26th-27th Career Fest
5th-7th ADEX Alpine Camp
9th St Peter's College & Gor High School Carrer Expo (Year 10-13)
13th-17th Green Week
15th Open Day
19th-20th Thre Rivers Girls Football Tournament
22nd Attitude Programme
29th Whanau Conference Day
To find out about gaining NCEA credits by obtaining your Driver's Licence click here
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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)