Week 6 concluded with another hugely successful NIWA Science Fair with all WHS taking away top prizes. You can read more about the teams success here.
Huge congratulations to Jack, Tess, Callum, Daisy, Ruby, James and Shakked for the outstanding results.
Congratulations to our Division 3 Girls Football team, Winners of the Regional Division 3 competition. They outclassed St Orans 3-0 to take out the championships.
Our Senior Girls 1st XI Football team came 3rd in their Regional Premier 2 Competition, by winning against St Orans. Well done!
Winter Tournament Week
The following teams will be away this week competing at various National Tournaments.
Netball Senior A Girls – Lower North Island Netball Tournament held in Palmerston North
Football Boys 1st XI – Trident Tournament in Napier
Football Girls 1st Xi – Grant Jarvis Tournament in Inglewood, New Plymouth
Good luck to them all.
We are still celebrating our Senior A Netball team win. Here they all are with their hard won trophy.
Osaki Kaisei Senior High School is situated on a small island in the Seto Naikai Inland Sea in Hiroshima Prefecture. The island is about twice the size of Kapiti Island, very rural and is known for its citrus fruit and ship building industry. There are less than 70 students at the school.
This year three students and a teacher are visiting WHS, participating in a range of classes including English as a Second Language, Japanese, Outdoor Education and Maori Tikanga. They are also going to visit places such as Te Papa and Weta Workshop.
In order to get the most out of the experience they will be staying with students from Wellington High School.
Osaki Kaisei Senior High School Newsletter shows their report after Wellington High School students recently visited them in Japan.
DR NIKKI TURNER ON CHILD POVERTY
Week 6 saw the library being the venue for another lunchtime guest speaker. The Year 12 Geography and Year 13 Crime and Society classes joined forces to invite Dr Nikki Turner to talk about Child Poverty in Aotearoa NZ.
As usual, WHS students supported the event in large numbers and made it another successful event.