Transition to Tertiary Whānau Evening

You are warmly invited to the Transition to Tertiary Whānau Evening on Wednesday 26 June at 6.30pm in the Library.

Mrs Crawford (Careers Advisor) will discuss applying for University, Polytech and Private Training Establishments, applying for Accommodation, Student Allowances, Student Loans and Scholarships.

This will be followed by a ‘Question and Answer’ session and then a cup of tea where we can discuss things more informally.

If your child is intending to study at a Tertiary Institution in 2020, then this would be most beneficial to both you and your child.

If you and your child are able to attend please email Mrs Eileen Crawford on or text 021 134 9838 with confirmation of attendance.  We look forward to seeing you there.

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Ball Supper

A major event in the calendar of our school is the annual Senior School Ball which is happening on Saturday 27 July.  It is an important and formal event. As in previous years the PTA will be preparing supper for the evening and rely on generous donations from parents and caregivers (of all year groups, not just those attending the Ball) to make an amazing supper possible.  Any home-made sweets such as coconut ice, fudge, truffles or slices would be greatly appreciated.

Baking can be dropped off to Reception on Friday 26 July or to the Library on the afternoon of Saturday 27 July.  The PTA are also grateful for any volunteers willing to help out on Saturday, either by helping with food preparation Saturday afternoon or during the Ball on Saturday night. If you are willing and would like to help, please contact Shelley Ellicott by phone 401 6453, 0274 828232 or email  Thank you to all our parents and caregivers for supporting this wonderful event.

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Kerikeri High School LEC Needs Your Support

A group of students from Kerikeri High School Learning Enrichment Centre have created a film to tell others about themselves and all the great things that they get up to even though they have a disability. This disability doesn’t stop them from having fun and participating in a variety of activities.  We’d like to share this video with you!!!

We entered into the Focus on Ability’s international film festival and were told we have made it into the FINALS!!!

The Focus on Ability (FOA) Awards is designed to encourage filmmakers to focus on the ability of people with a disability.

We have been selected into the final round along with 26 other countries and 245 films in total across the 6 categories. We have entered into the School Entrant Documentary.

This final stage is all about sharing it with our community, whanau and friends. It is an online voting category and we would love you to support us with a vote.

This is open from today until the 3rd of July but please don’t wait till then to vote.

You are able to vote for 1 film in each category but only one, so we hope you love ours and can give us your vote!!

Please go to the site

follow the link to VOTE NOW


select NZ

FIND US:        SEE WHAT WE CAN DO! (by Kerikeri High School) 

Watch our film (5 mins)

AND CLICK VOTE  **** MOST IMPORTANT*** You will have a verification email sent to you which you must verify or your vote won’t count. (this stops fake votes)

We thank you for your time. We hope you enjoy our film. Please pass this email on to everyone you know- family, friends, clubs/ groups you are involved in.

The more votes we get the better!!!

We made this video to share with the world the capabilities of our students. To show that their is more to them, than the label that they are given.

We’d love to hear your feedback.

We hope you enjoy it!

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PPTA Rostering Home

We have received notification from the PPTA that the scheduled Rostering Home of Year 11 on Tuesday June 25, and Year 12 on Tuesday 2 July has been cancelled.  We thank parents for the understanding during this period of industrial action.

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Matariki Celebration Evening

Kerikeri High School warmly welcomes you to attend our Matariki Celebration Evening on Thursday 20 June at Whitiora Marae.

Kerikeri High School acknowledges Matariki (The Māori New Year) with a special evening to celebrate the outstanding achievements of our senior Māori students with an authentic Kaupapa Māori approach.

The evening will commence with a pōwhiri beginning promptly at 6.00pm followed by a light supper before the Matariki presentations and entertainment begin, we expect the evening to finish around 9.00pm.  We hope to see you there.

Historically, it is a hugely successful evening where Māori student achievement across the Four Cornerstones of a balanced education is recognised and celebrated.

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Rolling Regional Strikes Cancelled

The PPTA have advised that the planned industrial action, rolling regional strikes planned for the week beginning Monday 17 June are no longer happening.  This means classes will run as normal for all students.


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Kerikeri High School Board of Trustee Elections

A reminder to return your Voting Paper

For those wanting to cast their votes by post, we recommend parents post their voting papers on Thursday 6 June to be counted as valid. Postal votes will be accepted until 12 June if date stamped before 12 noon on June 7th.  You can also hand deliver your voting paper to Kerikeri High School before 12 noon on Friday 7 June.

New Zealand Post have advised that they are making all endeavours to ensure that Parent Representative Voting Papers, returned by mail, do receive a date stamp.

Thank you.

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