Communication is a key component of any organisation. It plays an essential role in building relationships, lifting morale, increasing motivation, instilling trust and delivering results. It is... Read more
The start of 2016 brings with it the final piece to our new House-based, vertical pastoral system, with the Deans’ structure also changing to a vertical, House-based model.
Through having a... Read more
Conferencing between teachers, students and parents provides rich opportunities for learning and growth. Please join us for Year 11 – 13 Parent-Teacher-Student-Interviews (PTSI) scheduled for... Read more
Over the past few years there have been discussions around how to involve parents more in the athletics event. A suggestion from the Parents' Association was to trial a change to the Athletic... Read more
During Week 5, Year 10 students spent a busy three days exploring a range of different sites across our capital city. First stop was the zoo where we considered how it operates as a sustainable... Read more
Congratulations to Bernadette Dykes and Tessa Burns. Both girls were winners in the Year 8 section of the recent Science and Technology Fair held at EIT. Bernadette’s project, Baking Perfect... Read more
We are thrilled and excited to announce that the musical production for 2016 will be Disney The Lion King, Jr. We are just the second school in New Zealand to secure these rights and this will be... Read more
From cooking to researching international days from countries all round the world and learning traditional games, Culture Club is in full swing nearing the end of Term 3.
The Culture Club is a... Read more
JESUS gave an important invitation: “Come, follow me...” (Mark 10:21) It was an invitation with a promise: “For where two or three are gathered in my name, I am there among them.” (Matthew... Read more
We had a lot of flu-like illness in the school before exeat weekend which seems to be improving now as we get into the warmer weather. If your daughter is unwell she should be kept home until she... Read more