STEM – Science Activities

Ten Year 10 Māori and Pacific students were invited to the University of Auckland to participate in a day of workshops entitled “BEAMS”: Business, Engineering, Architecture, Medicine and Science. It was a fabulous day for our students, who got to meet current uni students, researchers and students from other Auckland high schools. The first hour was whakawhanaungatanga – playing ice-breakers to… Read More

Junior Tennis

Last game of the season for Junior Tennis teams    The Boys Junior team played against Green Bay College on Saturday and won their last game of the season.  The Girls junior team had a bye this week but won their last game of the season against Rutherford College.  Big thanks to parents, Otahuhu staff and student supporters… Read More

Careers – Year 10 KATTI

Four Year 10 students attended the Year 10 KATTI career development day for students with Maori heritage. This year it was held at the Te Wananga o Aotearoa campus. The students were Alize Baker-Dean, Dante Phillips, Detroit Timu and Shanti Pitiroi. Usually around 20 schools participate. This year they were the first Year 10 group awarded the new Year 10 black badges.  Photos of the day are below. Shanti and Dante have their face obscured in one photo.  … Read More

Careers – Holiday Jobs

Nineteen Year 13 students attended an interview with OneStaff at Botany Junction to apply for some of the 100+ holiday jobs they have on offer. They also have some full-time jobs.   The following students attended:  Susana Futi, Sam Henry, Mike Kafoa, Mele Kaloni, Silia Kata, Musawwir Khan, Daniel Lealaiauloto, Keleni Mafi, Clifton Palu, Anh Phan, Judy Pritchard, Silei Sau, Fine Savelio, Elizabeth Siaosi, Missouri Simoo, Epenisa Taukafa, Charlie Teariki and Mele Tuitea. … Read More

MathMagic

Please help us congratulate the following Y9 and Y10 Mathex students who entered the year-long South Auckland maths competition.  The last tournament was held 28th & 29th October at the Barfoot & Thompson building and amongst the competition were our neighbours McAuley High School and Kings College.    The team was made up of groups of 4 students, they are given 30 minutes to… Read More