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Update 3rd December

Kia ora koutou

I trust that this message finds you safe and well as the end of the school year is rapidly approaching. Thank you for your patience, support and understanding as we have navigated the last few weeks. We continue to be very pleased with the way that our junior students have approached their lessons and activities. The opportunity to trial longer periods (3 x 100 minutes instead of 5 x 60) has been valuable and has enabled some different styles of learning to take place.  Although Year 9 and 10 have missed weeks of learning and some of the activities that make their year memorable, most recently Year 10 camps, the way they have adapted to being back in school has been amazing and we’re hugely proud of them.

We are also delighted with the way that our senior students have approached their NCEA exams – the timetable has run very smoothly and students have been a real credit to themselves, their families and their school. The latest NCEA data based on internal assessments that have been marked and moderated so far indicate that each senior year level’s overall achievement is averaging over 80%, a wonderful achievement given the year that we have had.

The programme for the remainder of term is as follows:

Week beginning Monday 6 December (Week 8)

NCEA examinations continue for senior students

Monday 6 December – Year 9 and 10 learning on site

Tuesday 7 December – Year 9 and 10 learning from home

Wednesday 8 December – Year 9 and 10 learning on site

Thursday 9 December – Year 9 and 10 learning on site

Friday 10 December – Year 9 and 10 learning on site

 

Week beginning Monday 13 December (Week 9)

The only students physically on site this week will be senior students completing their last NCEA examinations, which conclude on Tuesday 14 December.

 

Monday 13 December – 10am Year 9 (virtual) Prizegiving

Join Zoom Meeting

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82483786401?pwd=MFQyY0hSaUMyK2I1WHh3RUFkQnlHQT09

Meeting ID: 824 8378 6401

Passcode: gFPsK2

This ceremony to close the end of the school year for Year 9 students and whānau will be held via Zoom – students will be at home on this day.

 

Tuesday 14 December – 10am Year 10 (virtual) Prizegiving

Join Zoom Meeting

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87321506890?pwd=S1pRVS9EKzJScWlJRmo0dWE4Z3V3QT09

Meeting ID: 873 2150 6890

Passcode: b2argP

This ceremony to close the end of the school year for Year 10 students and whānau will be held via Zoom – students will be at home on this day.

 

Tuesday 15 December – staff only day and final day of school for 2021

There will be a final newsletter for parents next week including information about the start of the school year in 2022.

 

Ngā mihi nui, 

Richard Barnett

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

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  • Joinery Job (Local)
    The Stone Collective based in Adams Drive is looking for two school leavers to join their team. Must be hard-working and have an interest in joinery. Call Finn 0210645638 or pop in to 25 Adams Drive, Pukekohe for a chat.
  • Parts Assistant / Trainee
    The Tractor Centre, Pukekohe are looking for an enthusiastic Parts Assistant to join their team now. A genuine interest in customer service and knowledge of the agriculture industry is preferred, however attitude and the desire to learn are more important, as training will be provided for the right person. If you are interested contact Mrs Jolly in the Careers Department for more information or contact The Tractor Centre's recruitment team 09 299 2525.
  • Farrell Nurseries Job Opportunity for 2022
    Farrell Nurseries Job Opportunity. They are looking for a hard working person to join their team. Send cover letter and CV to   farrellnurseries@xtra.co.nz
  • Possible Plumbing Apprenticeship
    Limbo Plumbing possibly have a plumbing apprenticeship, contact Hayden 0274244384
  • Summer Labourer Required (Earthworks)
    A Civil and Earthworks Company are after some labourers for the earth works / summer season. This could potentially turn into further work / apprenticeships for the right person. Contact Emma McAllister,APS Civil and Construction, 021 174 2191 office@apscivil.co.nz
  • MITTA 2022
    If you are intending to attend MIT as a 2022 Trades Academy student (Level 2 and Level 3) and have NOT yet been contacted by a member of the Careers Team asking for details, please email careers@pukekohehigh.school.nz. We are currently enrolling and you might miss out on your preferred option if you don't contact us very soon.
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