The 2016 Kerikeri High School Prefects were introduced to the School at two special formal Celebration Assemblies for students, families and staff on Friday 19 February.
Mrs Forgie said “being a Prefect at Kerikeri High School is a lot more than wearing the badge and the blazer – it is about Leadership with Service and being selected is a huge achievement.”
There were 72 strong and talented applicants for 36 positions. They went through a professional job application process and each applicant had a 15 minute panel interview with The Principal Mrs Forgie, Deputy Principal Mr Clent, Acting Deputy Principal Mrs Haydock, and Dean Mrs Miller. There are six prefects who work with each year level from Year 7 to Year 12.
The Prefects recently attended an intensive two-day Leadership Training Seminar in Paihia. The students were prepared for their important new role by Principal Mrs Elizabeth Forgie, Deputy Principal Mr Mike Clent, Acting Deputy Principal Mrs Maddy Haydock and their Year 13 Dean Mrs Kate Miller.
The 2016 Kerikeri High School Prefects are –
Front Row (Left to Right)
Darby Moyle, Elizabeth Forgie, Ruby Taylor
Second Row (Left to Right)
Georgia Oxley, Samantha Putt, Natalie Pickery, Jayde Guscott, Finella O’Leary, Samantha McSweeney, Elsie Knight, Aaron Ranara, Amber Hookway, Helena Avery, Tom Ellingham
Third Row (left to right)
Reuben Topzand, Tasha Burton, Bjorn Ashlund, Neve Clapton, Aleisha Ludbrook, Caleb Wilson, Ethan Carter, Laura Lee, Mary-Jane Martin, Mikayla Miskelly, Aimee Leaming
Back Row (left to right)
Rupert Moran-Adcock, Fynn Blackwell-Young, Stuart Leslie, Tamati Te Wai, Lewis Kidman, Cameron Lambers, Cole Miles, Rawiri Webb, Harley Swinbourne-King, Finn Miller, Jonny Puru, Finley Chaplin
The 2016 Kerikeri High School Head Students were also announced at the formal Celebration Assemblies for students, families and staff on Friday 19 February.