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WELCOME TO PUKEKOHE HIGH SCHOOL

Nau mai, haere mai ki te Kura Tuarua O Pukekohe
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Welcome to 2022!

Kia ora koutou katoa,

As the school year begins, it has been a pleasure to welcome our new and returning students to school. After a very disrupted end to the year for all in 2021, our students have returned to school with a sense of positivity and enthusiasm about learning onsite. Our Year 9 students were welcomed to the school with a virtual pōwhiri, and were supported to familiarise themselves by our Year 12 and 13 peer support leaders.

During Term 1 we will continue to provide you with the ‘Traffic Light’ engagement reports which we commenced during lockdown last year. In addition to any communication you may have with subject teachers, these reports will give you an indication of your student’s engagement in their subjects. Our priority for this term is to ensure that our students are in-class, engaged in their learning, and making the most of every opportunity that our school
offers them.

This year we have introduced a ‘Hauora Habits’ class for one hour each week for our year 11 students. This class will focus on providing academic mentoring, well-being, and life skills support for students as they enter their first year of NCEA. We know that the transition from being a junior to a senior student is an important time, and this class will provide a further opportunity to support students to be healthy, happy and successful young adults.

Ngā mihi,
Rachel Hamlin
(Acting Principal)

Newsletter: Issue 6, April 2022

He wahi whai-mana ki to rapu matauranga or a positive place of learning.

At Pukekohe High School our vision is to be a positive place of learning where our students are challenged, become equipped to fulfill their potential and achieve their aspirations.

Our Living Values

Manaakitanga

Manaakitanga is about valuing respect, responsibility and kindness.

Puumautanga

Puumautanga is about valuing commitment, perseverance and resilience.

Aarahitanga

Aarahitanga is about valuing pride, honour and leadership.

Ako

Ako is about valuing learning in everything we do.

Kotahitanga

Kotahitanga is about valuing community, whanaungatanga, relationships and working together.

What's On @ Pukekohe High School

Calendar

Daily Notices

Meetings

  • Social Action Club
    Kia Ora! Do you want to see a change in our school, community and country? We are starting a social action club! First meeting will be on friday in M18 to discuss the upcoming 40hr Famine event. For more info, see Mrs Lowe or Mr Taliai. Would love to see you there!

News & Events

Double Athletics Gold
On Tuesday 22 March, Day 3 of the Auckland Secondary Schools Athletics was held at Mt Smart Towers Track. Kaelan Paranihi competed in the Senior…
Top Scholar Exhibition
Congratulations to Nyle Turuwhenua whose artwork (pictured right) is currently on display at the opening of the Top Art 2022 Exhibition in Wellington. It is…
Senior Prizegiving Awards
Congratulations to the following award recipients who have received the highest academic accolades in our school. These awards are a testament to their hard work…

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Rostering Home Next Week 30 May

Please see the email that was sent 25 May 2022.

For next week, the days that different year levels will be rostered home are as follows:

Monday 30th May

Tuesday 31st May

Wednesday 1st June

Thursday 2nd June

Friday 3rd June

Year 13

Year 12

Year 11

Year 10

Year 9

Thank you for your ongoing understanding, patience and support as we work through this together. 

Please ensure your contact details are up to date as we are sending out communications via email.