On Monday 20 March, Year 10 girls departed for Hillary Outdoors Tongariro for a week long camp. This programme is designed to develop skills in co-operation, communal living, self-leadership and... Read more
I could feel the excitement in the air as I stepped out of the car and hurried up to the classrooms. All the Year 7/8 girls were buzzing around, getting ready for the big day. It was Friday 10... Read more
“In the world through which I travel, I am endlessly creating myself.” Unknown.
London, Ypres, Paris, Venice, Rome, Sorrento and Hong Kong through which we travelled, sparked the creation of... Read more
The issue of refugees and asylum seekers is occupying much of the global media’s attention. The question of whether New Zealand should increase the number of refugees it accepts, currently the... Read more
There are plenty of opportunities available to students at the moment to explore what is on offer in terms of career choices. See our overview below of events coming up and our girls out and... Read more
Taking advantage of the public holiday created by the Mondayisation of Anzac Day the Level 2 History and Geography classes travelled to Wellington on 27 April and spent the following day visiting... Read more
On Friday, 8 May the Kapahaka group experienced their first noho marae to further build relationships within the group, who range in age from 12-17, and to set further goals around who they are... Read more
On Friday, 13 March everyone in the Intermediate Department was buzzing about the day that was in front of us - our big trip to Napier!
We all met in Ms McKenna’s room. It was a long anxious... Read more
Year 9 camp at Matahiwi Marae was all about making new friends and sharing activities and experiences in an inclusive environment.
I would like to thank everyone involved in making the camp a... Read more
Level 2 Technology students participated in a workshop at the MTG on 10 February.
The workshop ran in conjunction with the Dame Whetu Tirakatene-Sullivan exhibition of her garments. Students... Read more