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Under Level 2, Wellington High School remains OPEN with good hygiene and distancing practices in place, as we have done before. All students are expected to be at school every day. Students with cold/flu symptoms should stay at home and call the Absence line.
Responding to COVID-19: This page provides the latest information from WHS for families and is updated on a regular basis.
Remote learning plan: This page details WHS plans for remote learning for all learners and applies if students are working at home.
Website Notices and Weekly Wrap-Ups
- Weekly Wrap Up (Term 3, Week 4) - This week's Wrap Up includes information for our Future Focus Evening (Monday 17 August) and an update from College Sport Wellington. In addition we revisit Tuesday's Election Panel that saw intense political debate in the Library and we celebrate wide-ranging achievements in film, debating and maths.
- COVID-19 Update – 20 August - Under Alert Level 2, Wellington High School remains OPEN with good hygiene and distancing practices in place, as we have done before. The information below has been sent to all families and whānau this morning. Students with cold/flu symptoms should stay at home and call the Absence line [Wednesday 12 – Friday 14 August]. Kia […]
- Weekly Wrap Up (Week 3, Term 3) - In this Wrap Up, Te Whānau a Taraika farewell Chair Tim Poi as he steps down, we visit Blank Canvas opening night and fund raise for Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori. We look forward to International Week, and give you an update from the Careers Department. Not enough? We can add Breakfast Club, He Kākano, the Horticulture Trip to Palmerston North, the Year 10 and 11 Trade Fair, Hospitality and Food Tech students working with Kaibosh, Shakespeare Society, and Year 11 Jean Cleaver-Parris speaking at the National Library. And there is sport too: Badminton, Junior Boys Football and Cross Country not to mention the Outdoor Education Jumbo Circuit winter tramp. Its a Wrap Up that will leave you breathless.
- Weekly Wrap Up (Weeks 1 & 2, Term 3) - This bumper Wrap Up includes important information and dates for the term ahead. Roots and Shoots have been out in the field for a beach clean-up and lizard rehabilitation project, Year 12 students have visited Kilbirnie Mosque as part of their English with Religion course and our Junior Premier debating team have made it to the quarter finals! On the sports front we congratulate Joe Sione who is Cadbury volunteer for July and get to know more about our Hockey, Netball and Junior Girls football teams.