The busy life of the school continues after Prizegiving for both Junior and Senior students. As a result of changes to staffing due to Maternity leave, and losing some of our long term relievers now the formal Senior classes have finished, there will be some changes to Junior teaching staff from Monday. Many of our Junior classes will have a small change with 9HGN most affected; all classes will be picked up by experienced teaching staff. We are also offering a full programme of Revision Classes and Continuing Assessment Opportunities for Seniors throughout their examinations, details of which will be displayed in school each morning and can also be found on website as well as on Year Twelve and Thirteen Facebook pages.
Parents and Carers of departing Senior students and Year Twelve students any donations of second hand uniform would be gratefully received by PTA and can be dropped at Reception.
SENIOR ELITE PRIZEGIVING FRIDAY 2 NOVEMBER 2018
We warmly welcome Parents, Caregivers and Friends of the School to Senior Prizegiving on Friday 2 November at 11.30am in the Gymnasium. We would like to reiterate the expectation that all students attend in perfect school uniform for this important occasion.
Junior students are not required to attend school on Senior Prizegiving Day as normal classes cannot take place. However, Junior students who come to school on Friday 2 November will be supervised.
The degustation menu for our annual Winner’s Dinners has just been released. These Dinners (Thursday October 25th and Friday October 26th) are to celebrate the incredible success of our Senior Hospitality Team at the recent New Zealand Hospitality Championships where the students collected six Gold, six Silver and three Bronze medals.
Tickets are selling fast – please contact reception on 407 8916 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org for reservations.
Please find Menu below:
Winners Dinner 2018
We will be running our 2018 Year 11 – 13 Mock Exams from 12 – 18 September. These exams are important, not only for Students to have the experience of sitting a formal exam, but should students need to apply for a derived grade for their NCEA exams in November.
We are trying to make the conditions of these School exams as close to the external exams as possible. We ask that you encourage your student to treat these exams and the use of their study leave very seriously.
Year 11, 12, and 13 students may have leave from normal classes to study at home during the exam period. This leave covers the time when students have no exams to sit from and including Thursday 13 September until Wednesday 19 September. All students are expected back at school in normal timetabled classes on Thursday 20 September.
Year 11 Students who study Physical Science will sit the first of their two exams on the afternoon of Wednesday 12 September. All other students will be in normal classes.
Please find attached full Information for Students and Parents and the 2018 Exam Timetable:
Study Leave Information
2018 EOY Exam Timetable (final for students).xlsb
Kerikeri High School Music Department Presents “This Is Me”
7.00pm, Thursday, 30th August in the Kerikeri High School Auditorium
Adults $5.00 Students $2.00
Featuring the Kerikeri High School Junior Band, the Jazz Band and many wonderful senior performances
We will be having a Staff Professional Development Day on Friday 24 August. Normal classes will not take place.
Students who do attend school on this day will be supervised, but will not attend normal classes.
School Buses will be running at their normal times before and after school.