Sports News

Congratulations to Otuvai Kivalu, who has been signed for Sydney Roosters. Congratulations to our U17 girls for winning the silver medal at the Auckland Basketball Champs yesterday! They played with heart and pride representing their school to go down by only 6 points. To end the girls season they walk away as Counties Manukau Zone… Read More

Board Election Results

Parent Election Results (no voting election required) At the close of nominations, as the number of valid nominations was equal to the number of vacancies required to be filled, I hereby declare the following duly elected: -John Pulu -Craig Sionetuato -Jacqueline Rae Nield -Viliami Latu -David Fa’avae Staff Election Results (no voting election required) -Julie… Read More

Curriculum News

Ms Morgan’s year 11 health class have been working on a group project and developing their personal and interpersonal skills as part of their internal assessment. Kalotiane, Crystal, Iunesi and Ilaisaane have been teaching students in the Kotuku unit a traditional Tongan dance in preparation for Tongan language week. Lily, Rozel, Rozaria and Charity created… Read More

Music Department

It is now Stand up Stand out season and we have already achieved success in our entries so far.  We had Magnique choir enter Group vocal – 32 entries, and we were so happy to make top 5 finalists.  In the solo vocals section, we entered 7 students.  Overall there were 180 entries, and we… Read More


Digital Technologies Last week the levels 2 and 3 Digital Technologies visited the weta workshops at the Grand (next to Sky City). Here’s a link to its web site: Year 12 trip was on Tuesday 14th and the year 13 was on Thursday 16th June. It was a 90 minutes tour each and the… Read More

Health and Physical Education

On Friday 6th August a group of year 12 Physical Education students departed for an event called Tough Guy Tough Gal as part of their 4 credit achievement standard. This event consisted of a 6km run through the countryside hills, muddy terrain and obstacles in Helensville, which included over 300 participants from other schools. On… Read More