Change of Timetable

We are hosting local Primary and Intermediate Year 8 students for workshops in the next couple of weeks as they look to enrol at WHS for 2017.  We have changed the timetable slightly to ensure that class time for is not negatively affected.

Things to note:

  • Classes will start at 8.45am and students will go home at 12.20pm.  No late start for any students.
  • There will be 3 periods instead of 4 with period 3 running one week and period 4 the next week (to minimise lost class time)
  • If your student is under 14 years, we will have supervision in the Library until 3.20pm should it be needed.
Tuesday 24 May 2016 Timetable
8.45am – normal Period 2
9.40am – interval
10.00am – normal period 3
11.00am – rōpū
11.20am – normal period 5
12.20pm – finish
Tuesday 31 May 2016 Timetable
8.45am – normal Period 2
9.40am – interval
10.00am – normal period 4
11.00am – rōpū
11.20am – normal period 5
12.20pm – finish

Board of Trustees Elections

The nominations for the Board of Trustees election are now open.  Nomination forms have been sent to every parent of Wellington High School students.  Please consider standing for this very important role at Wellington High School.

More information can be found at HERE

Important Dates

  • 6 May : Board of Trustees nominations open
  • 16 – 20 May : Shakespeare Society Production of Taming of the Shrew
  • 20 May : Board of Trustees nominations close
  • 16 May : Board of Trustees meeting
  • 25 May : Voting opens for Board of Trustees election
  • 3 June : Teacher Only Day
  • 3 June : Voting Closes for Board of Trustees election
  • 6 June : Queen’s Birthday
  • 13 June : Open Evening for 2017 Enrolment

 

Student Writing

doorThe W.H.S English Faculty is proud to present a new forum for students’ writing: freshavocado.whs.school.nzavo
Each term we will publish one piece of writing at each year level: the best we can find! The authors or poets will receive a $25 book-voucher.
In the very first edition ever we have poems from Eva Poland and Kate Mills-Workman, and prose from Jenna Siladi, Arie Faber and Priscilla Artemiev.
Thank you to these authors and to all the students who helped by voting in the naming competition. Check it out!

WHS Student in Bats Play

Wellington will soon be trea12970757_456483384542787_3379905389921615240_oted to a two-play season at BATS Theatre celebrating the vision and unique voice of the UK’s Caryl Churchill, widely regarded to be one of the world’s greatest living playwrights.

The mind-bending Love and Information has 57 scenes and over 100 diverse characters, and explores how people find ways to connect in the 21st century.  WHS student Niamh Vaughan originally auditioned for Far Away, but is instead performing in Love and Information, which she loves for the freedom of the script. She takes drama classes with 1st Gear Productions and guitar and vocal lessons in school.

Love and Information has a Facebook event where you can find out more information.

Tickets $20 full, $15 concession
Double pass $35 full, $25 concession

Tickets available from bats.co.nz or phone (04) 802 4175

 

Futureintech Ambassadors Showcase Careers in STEM

future in techWEDNESDAY 25th May 

WHS Library at Lunchtime

All Welcome  

Future in Tech’s team of Facilitators work with Young Ambassadors and teachers to help young New Zealanders understand the opportunities for challenging and rewarding pathways in Maths, Technology, Engineering and Science.  Shahira, a GIS Analyst for Critchlow Ltd will join us at 12.30 Wednesday 25th May in the Library to discuss Futureintech and Careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths

We’re excited about extending our range and, with our Ambassadors’ help, inspiring students to consider a career in technology, engineering or science.

You can find out more at their website Futureintech