Junior School (Year 9 & 10)

Parents/caregivers wishing to see how their child is performing at school can do so using the Otahuhu College Kamar Portal. Daily notices, school calendar, student details, student results, student absences and school reports can be accessed on this Portal. Instructions on how to access the Portal have been emailed to parents/caregivers…. Read More

STEM – Upcoming Activities

Science Tutorials for the week of 3rd – 7th August:  Year 11 Science: Tuesday 3-4 pm (L3)  Year 12 Biology: Thursday 3-4pm (L3)  Year 13 Chemistry: Friday 7-8 am (L9)  Year 9 & 10 STEM club  Following the success of the Mad Science programme in July, we are starting up an after-school STEM club for Year 9 & Year 10 students. This will… Read More

English Department

Students have returned to class with great focus and enthusiasm for term 3. The focus being demonstrated in the English classrooms is wonderful to see as we begin to prepare students for NCEA external exams. There are some deadlines for NCEA assessments coming up. Please support us in ensuring students complete assessments and meet deadlines… Read More

STEM – Mad Science Programme

The Mad Science programme for Year 9 and 10 students during the holidays was a great success. Twenty-five students attended the programme, and had great fun learning about all aspects of science, – from plant science to engineering, and from chemical reactions to coding! We will be starting up an after-school STEM club to follow on from the Mad Science programme in the next couple of weeks – look out for… Read More

Attendance Matters

Attendance Matters  Regular attendance means attending school at least ninety percent of the time.  Like other top schools we expect all our students to be at school on time each day. Students should be at school by 8:30am and it is their responsibility to be seated in the correct places for assembly. Your support in… Read More

School Uniform

The school uniform is available at NZ Uniforms in Manukau and also available online: http://otahuhucollege.nzuniforms.com/catalog/school-uniform-1103685.htmx  Students must be wearing completely black shoes, for health and safety reasons these must be enclosed shoes. Boys should be wearing the school socks, or as a minimum plain black socks.  No undergarments (T shirts etc) should be visible, unless a plain… Read More