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PHS Open Evening 16 June
Come along to our Open Day evening, 4.00pm to 6.00pm on 16 June. Meet the teachers and have a guided tour to learn about the…

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  • 40HR FAMINE 2021
    40hr Famine for 2021 is here! This year you can be involved in 40hr famine in two ways.   Firstly, If you are a junior, we will be holding a 'Cardboard City' event. This will be held from Saturday 26th June 3pm and finish Sunday 27th June 10am. You will create their own cardboard houses, participate in a ‘digital detox’ and food famine, earn rations, play games, and learn more about poverty crisis in sub-Saharan Africa. There is a meeting Thursday (17th), lunch in M18 to learn more. Secondly, if you are wanted to get involved at home, you can sign up here: - make sure to join the PHS team. See Mrs Lowe in M18 for more details! Let's get involved and make a change!
  • MIT Trades Intake 2022 Open
    Applications for MIT Trades - February 2022 intake are ALL now OPEN. Construction Carpentry, Plumbing Gasfitting & Drainlaying, and Electrical applications now OPEN. These places will fill up fast.
    Hot meals and snacks available on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday intervals in H1/H2 - FREE for all students - All welcome to come and enjoy some warn Kai on these cold winter days
  • Take Pride in our School
    there is an increase in the amount of litter/rubbish on the school grounds. please help to keen our school beautiful and littler/rubbish free. use the bins for your rubbish. "FEED THE CAN, MAN AND SLAM DUNK YOUR JUNK"
  • NZSS Orienteering
    All students wishing to compete at the NZSS Orienteering Championships in the Hawkes Bay during the July holidays, need to come and register your interest at the Sports Office.
  • Hockey Umpiring – Pukekohe Intermediate School
    Calling on any hockey players and/or umpires who are keen to assist with umpiring at the Counties Zone days for the Year 7&8 Tournaments (Boys - Tuesday 22 June, Girls Tuesday 29 June). If you have some umpiring experience and are keen to umpire for the day please e-mail or see Mrs Williams in the B11 Office.

BYOD for Learning

With the resurfacing of COVID in our region and changes in
Alert Levels causing students to continue their learning from home, having a
reliable device at home to access online learning, remain connected with
teachers, and receive feedback about their work makes 
BYOD more essential than

Click here for a reminder of our BYOD recommendations.