Transition to Tertiary Event Postponed

Due to the wet weather forecast for Northland this evening, the Transition to Tertiary Whanau Event for Year 13 students and their Parents and Caregivers has been postponed to Wednesday 1 July at 6.30pm.

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Year 13 Transition to Tertiary Whanau Evening

Mrs Crawford (Careers Advisor) will be running a Transition to Tertiary Whanau Evening for Year 13 students and their Parents and Caregivers.  She will discuss applying for University, Polytech and Private Training Establishments, applying for Accommodation, Student Allowances, Student Loans and Scholarships.  The event will be held at the Kerikeri High School Auditorium on Wednesday 24 June at 6.30pm.  

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Kerikeri High School Congratulates our 2020 Prefects

On Monday 24 February, Kerikeri High School’s 39 Prefects were introduced amongst a warm and supportive audience in two Celebration Assemblies.

The day was special, historic and exciting as the Prefects were acknowledged as our Student Leaders for 2020.

The assembly began with an incredibly strong welcome from our Kapa Haka Roopu, showing the strength of acknowledgement for these Leaders.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Being selected as a Prefect is a huge achievement at Kerikeri High School.  The responsibility of being a Prefect is a privilege and an enriching experience, it is a lot more than wearing the badge and the blazer – it is about Leadership with and through Service.

Mrs Forgie described the Prefect process of application through to the panel interview and much like a job application process, unfortunately not every applicant can be selected.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The 2020 Prefect Team attended an intensive two-day Leadership Seminar and a key part of this was about which year level each Prefect would be working with this year.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The 2020 Kerikeri High School Prefects are; Dean Baker, Olivia Bell, Isaiah Bentley-Tsibuah, Luke Bijl, Lucy Blakeman, Clay Byrne, Liam Collins, Minaia Corfield, Noah Crooks, Sovannareach Da, Jacky Edwards, Charlette Gamble, K’Lee Going-Edwards, Samuel Harrell, Oscar Hart, Faith Hohepa, Wilson Hookway, Josela Hovell, Sivan Howe, Todd Jack, Emilie Jones, Jeany Kim, Dacoda King, Chris Lawrence, Henning Le Roux, Emily Lyall, Nicole Manning, Aishlin Murphy, Dominic O’Brien, Cody Pickery, Charlie Potter, Destiny Ritete-Tua, Myer Robb, Alice Taylor, Helen Wasey, Manaia Webb, Leia Weeds, Will Whiu and Anna Yarrall.

 

To conclude the assembly, the four Head students were acknowledged.  These students take on the most weighty responsibility and additional service to school.

Our 2020 Kerikeri High School Head Students are; Deputy Head Boy Isaiah Bently-Tsibuah, Head Girl Anna Yarrall, Mrs Elizabeth Forgie (Principal) Head Boy Will Whiu, Deputy Head Girl Manaia Corfield,

 

It is with much pleasure that we proudly congratulate our 2020 Kerikeri High School Prefects and wish them all the very best for a successful year.

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Kerikeri High School Magazine

Our precious memories of 2019 are showcased in our exceptional Kerikeri High School Magazine, an amazing, high quality publication.  It is full of events and student achievements from 2019.  It also has all form class photographs in it and is a valuable resource and a historical document of the growth and traditions of the school that both past and future students can appreciate.  The School Magazine is available to purchase from Reception at a cost of $10.00.

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Junior Prizegivings

We have pleasure in inviting all parents, caregivers and whanau to attend the upcoming Junior Prizegiving Ceremonies at which WAKA Awards for Excellence in Attitude, Academic Excellence and other Special Awards will be presented.  We look foward to seeing you there.

 

YEAR 7 PRIZEGIVING

10am – Wednesday 11 December 2019

Kerikeri High School Auditorium

Reports will be issued on Wednesday 11 December

 

 

YEAR 8 PRIZEGIVING

10am – Tuesday 10 December 2019

Kerikeri High School Auditorium

Reports will be issued on Tuesday 10 December

 

 

YEAR 9 PRIZEGIVING

12pm – Wednesday 11 December 2019

Kerikeri High School Auditorium

Reports will be issued on Wednesday 11 December

 

 

YEAR 10 PRIZEGIVING

12pm – Tuesday 10 December 2019

Kerikeri High School Auditorium

Reports will be issued on Tuesday 10 December

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Senior Elite Prizegiving

SENIOR ELITE PRIZEGIVING

WEDNESDAY 6 NOVEMBER 2019

We warmly welcome Parents, Caregivers and Friends of the School to Senior Prizegiving on Wednesday 6 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 Wednesday 6 November will be supervised.

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Kerikeri Honours Awards

The final Celebration Assembly took place for the year last week.  There were a huge range of top achievements acknowledged and the Honours recipients were welcomed to the Assembly by the Kapa Haka Roopu.

Congratulations to the amazing 53 students who achieved the elite standard for Honours at Kerikeri High School.  Their achievements spanned regional and national selection.  Students were presented with an individual badge and a bar in recognition of their achievement.  Pictured below are the recipients on the day.

 

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Enrolment Evening Tonight

Our Enrolment Evening For new students, families and whanau will be held tonight Thursday 17 October 2019 4.00pm – 7.00pm in the Kerikeri High School Library.  This is your opportunity to tell us about your child and to learn about some of the school structures.  You will also be offered a tour of the school accompanied by a student.  We look forward to seeing you there.

 

 

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Market Day 19 September

Next Thursday September 19th is MARKET DAY at Kerikeri High School. We welcome all family, friends and whanau.

The Market is open in the Kerikeri High School Gymnasium between 10am- 1pm, however we recommend coming between 10am-11am to see the market as it opens and to get yourself some bargains! Look forward to seeing you there.

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Daffodil Day Friday 30 August

 There will be a whole school Mufti Day on Friday 30 August $2 per student, please show your support by wearing yellow, orange or green.

There will be a Bake Sale and Sausage Sizzle at Interval and Lunch on Friday for all students to help raise funds for cancer research.

Raffle tickets $2 each available for students to purchase in tutorial all week – some amazing prizes to be won.

Parents of students that would like to contribute to Friday’s Bake Sale, we would love your support…..if you are able to bake a cake, slice, biscuits or muffins that can be sold at school, drop off is Friday morning.

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