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Sincerest Thanks to the Grumpy Old Men!

We would like to thank the Grumpy Old Men for their kind donation of $500 which the school will put towards stationary packs for our students. The Grumpy old men are a group of volunteers who dismantle old and broken appliances and technology devices to access metals for sale. The proceeds of these sales are then donated to various schools within... Continue reading

Congratulations to our School Cross Country Winners!

It was a freezing cold day at Springvale Park but our students still kept smiling as they ran.   Year 7 Girls1st Carrie Rennie2nd Teresa Rennie3rd Anya Carlson Year 7 Boys1st Tawai Pinnock2nd Mitch Karatau3rd Jahstice Metekingi Year 8 Girls1st Katie Ramage2nd Antonia Harding3rd Te Kahui Spittal Rauhina Year 8 Boys1st Chase Morpeth2nd Kaleb McKenzie3rd Akiwa Koro... Continue reading

Super Arts Dance

On Wednesday 6th June our school dance group travelled down to Palmerston North to compete in the Super Arts Dance competition held at The Globe Theatre. They performed two amazing dances, impressing the judges and those in the audience. Congratulations to all the students who took part. You were great ambassadors for our school and we are very proud of... Continue reading

Winners of the Regional Chess Tournament!

A fantastic win for our boys team this year. (Left to right) Noah Jones, Toby Clark, Philip Dale, Tawai Pinnock, Harrison Smith. 9 schools and 88 students competed for medals as well as a chance to go to Auckland to represent in the National Chess Tournament. In an intense 7 rounds of chess we saw Tawai Pinnock come 1st overall, with... Continue reading

Huge Pink Shirt Day thanks to...

Constable Paul Miller for being our guest speaker & The team from Sport Whanganui for the great lunch-time activities... Continue reading