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Friday, March 20, 2020

Arts' Week


Arts Week

Some of the girls showing off their flags during Arts' week.

Wednesday, March 11, 2020

Multi Ethnic Parade

Last weekend our wonderful International students paraded down the main street of town as part of the Multi Ethnic Extravaganza. Awesome, well done students. Great fun!





Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Athletics Day

Having a great day at Athletics day. Go girls!!














Tuesday, February 04, 2020

International Students from Kyoritsu High School in Japan


We are very happy to welcome new students this week from Kyoritsu High School in Japan. They are here with us for 1 term to learn English. We hope you have a fantastic time here girls, welcome. Nau mai, haere mai!



Sunday, February 02, 2020

Thursday, January 30, 2020

Welcome New Internationals


Nau mai, haere mai! This term we welcome International students from Japan, Germany, Chile, Phillipines, South Korea and France. We hope you have a wonderful time with us here in New Zealand, learn lots of English, have many positive new experiences and make great friends. 

Thursday, November 28, 2019

Puke Ariki and Len Lye Outing

This week, Junior ELA went out to visit the local art gallery and museum. They made themselves a piece of art and learned about exhibits at the Len Lye Centre. They also learned about our maunga (mountain) Taranaki at the Puke Ariki Museum and all the wildlife that live there. It was lots of fun.

















Monday, November 25, 2019

Weaving - Raranga in Waitara, Taranaki

On Friday last week, the Junior English Language Class (Yr 9+10 ELA) did some weaving / raranga in Waitara, Taranaki with Karenz Kitz. Didn't they do well? They were also lucky enough to be treated to a fish and chip lunch and sightseeing at Te Rewa Rewa bridge. An awesome day out!










Thursday, October 31, 2019

Senior ESOL Farewell

Today we said goodbye to two of the Year 13 leavers in the Senior ELA class, Amanda and Ariari. Girls you will be truly missed. It has been a pleasure teaching you. All the best for the future.

Senior Leaver's Farewell

Last week we said goodbye to some very special students. Some of them have studied with us for several years. They are: Joe Yie from Malaysia, Amanda from China, Amanda from Taiwan (absent), Talitah from Papua New Guinea and Latisha from Papua New Guinea also. All the best for your futures girls. Don't you love the cake?