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PHS Hockey Boys 1XI
The Hockey 1XI Boys played a crucial game last night to stay in the play offs in the Wider Auckland A1 Competition.  It was their…
Tough Guy/Tough Girl Challenge
Well done to our Year 13 PE students who took part in the Tough Guy/Tough Girl Challenge in Ngaruawahia at the end of last term.…

Daily Notices

  • AUT – Course Planning
    Year 13's - The University of Auckland will be in the Careers Centre Thursday 18th August, 10:00am for course planning.
  • MIT Course Planning
    MIT y will be in the Careers Centre Tuesday 16th August, 10:00am for course planning.
  • 2023 Youth Search and Rescue Enrolments are OPEN!
    Applications for the 2023 Youth Search and Rescue program are now open for 14 to 16-year-old students (14 yrs by 1 February 2023). Applications close 30 September 2022. We would be grateful if you could share this information with your students and parents.   Youth Search and Rescue is a 3-year program which involves weekly classroom styled learning followed by weekend adventure-based education in the outdoors to implement the new skills gained. We train, mentor and develop our rangatahi to become New Zealand's next generation of Search and Rescue and Emergency Management volunteers.     We are the recognised youth training organisation for the national search and rescue and emergency response agencies in New Zealand.    We have a clear emphasis on the importance of understanding Kaupapa Maori, diversity, citizenship and technology and innovation. Our students have strengths in practical and/or academic achievements and are from all backgrounds.       Students gain:   •Outdoor education skills, survival, leadership and team capability and confidence   •STEM competencies and NZQA qualifications to complement in-classroom learning   •Opportunity for community engagement and contribution – either voluntary or career   •Achievement of the Duke of Edinburgh Bronze, Silver and Gold Awards    •Advanced environmental sustainability and flora and fauna awareness.      Attached is a background flier and poster, also here is a link to our promotional video https://youtu.be/cXpBq66Zw54 , please share this with your school community so your students can make the most of this incredible opportunity.    More information and the application forms can be found on our website www.YSAR.nz.  We would be immensely grateful if you would promote this opportunity to your students and forward this material to your Year 9, 10 and 11 Deans and appropriate PE Outdoor Ed/Vocational Guidance staff.       If you would like to receive our newsletter to keep up to date with the activities of our rangatahi, please follow this link.   All help in getting the word out would be appreciated. If you would like further information, please don’t hesitate to contact  leigh.storey@ysar.nz  or 022 685 7041.   Flier and YSAR Trust Overview can be found on the school website
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    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
    ever.

    Click here for a reminder of our BYOD recommendations.