In this week’s news see the visit from the Prime Minister and Roots and Shoots Zero Waste Awareness Week. http://www.whs.school.nz/weeklywrapup/weekly-wrap-up-term-3-week-8/
Great write-up about our environment week run by our Roots and Shoots group of students https://www.thewellingtonapp.co.nz/news/conservation/whs-roots-and-shoots-group-runs-zwaw/..
Congratulations to Rilke Comer, Rusheen Draper and Amelia Mance who took out the Grand Final at Parliament last night to win the Wellington Speaking..
Big news for High today! Wellington High School welcomed Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and Hon. Kelvin Davis to our marae, Taraika, to kick-start..
In this week’s newsletter, you can read about Learning Conversations, recent Sport and STEM achievements, and what to expect during te Wiki o..
Are you celebrating Onesie Day to raise funds for Wellington Free Ambulance? We are! Well done to the students who led the collections across..
Today, the wonderful team of students in our Hospitality course cooked staff a meal inspired by Syrian cooking to raise funds for Syrian Refugee..
Wellington High School students, Gwen and Ursula Palmer Steeds, are making a difference for the environment with a new group targeting waste..
Website Notices and Weekly Wrap-Ups
- Weekly Wrap-up (Term 3 – Week 9) - Important Dates Friday 28 September — End of Term 3: Senior Course Choices due for 2019 Monday 15 October — First day of Term 4 20-22 October — Labour Weekend; School closed on Monday 22 October Friday 26 October — Year 10 Course Choices due for 2019 Thursday 1 November — Whakanuia Prizegiving Friday 2 […]
- Weekly Wrap-up (Term 3 – Week 8) - This week's news includes a reminder about the timetable change this Wednesday and Learning Conversations, as well as the student-run Breakfast Club campaign, Te Wiki o te Reo Māori and the Roots and Shoots activities.
- Weekly Wrap-up (Term 3 – Week 7) - In this week's newsletter, you can read about Learning Conversations, recent Sport and STEM achievements, and what to expect during te Wiki o te reo Māori.