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Junior Prize Giving Results

2020 Year 10 Awards

The Bill Barnaby Memorial Award for Academic Excellence in Year 10 for first overall in core subjects of English, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies, was:

Rebecca Yip: For Excellence in Business Studies, Design and Visual Communications, English, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies

The Gerard Brady Memorial Award for All-Round Excellence in Year 10 was:

Amano Tohaia: For achieving second overall in Year 10 core subjects with Excellence in Art, Business Studies, English, Mathematics, Physical Education and Health, Science and Social Studies; receiving the Kotahitanga Shield for Best All Round Sporting Achievement; Bronze Duke of Edinburgh award; part of the Aspire Leadership Course; and an active member of Haakinakina, Sports Council leading to receiving the Ngaa Amokura Aarahitanga Award.

Ngaa Amokura Aarahitanga Award from the Head Students for Junior school Leadership: Armani Tohaia.

Most Outstanding Sporting Performance by a Girl: Amy Hunter for Clay Target Shooting.

Kotahitanga Shield for Best All Round Sporting Achievement:  Armani Tohaia for Junior Athletics, Tennis, Cross-Country, Swimming and Netball.

2020 Year 9 Awards

The Year 9 Principal’s Award is for first overall in Year 9 core subjects of English, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies, and the recipient was:

Jasbinder Chhatwal for Excellence in English, Japanese, Mathematics, Music Band, Physical Education and Health, Science and Social Studies.

Kotahitanga Shield for Best All Round Sporting Achievement : Jack Steger-Hood for Junior Cross-Country, Clay Target Shooting and Rugby.

Values Awards:

Manaakitanga                   Mariam Moharam and Drew McKenzie

Puumautanga                    Alexander Sharp and Lamone Taha

Arahitanga                          Lewis Robson and Kalatiola Tai

Kotahitanga                        Mo’unga Talakai

News & Events

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.