• Weekly Wrap Up (Term 4, Week 7) - For information about the app used by WHS read this Wrap Up. Also included are the opening of Parliament, English language students trip up the Cable Car, Chinese lion dance workshop and successes in Squash and Water Polo.
  • Weekly Wrap Up (Term 4, Week 6) - DVC teacher Rowan Heap has received Best Design Award for his non-verbal illustrated narrative Tokitoki and James Caddell. This week we celebrate his success and share images from his book. We follow Year 10 Art students as they work with Xoë Hall on her mural and join He Kākano at Capital E. We also follow our junior girls volleyball team as they learn how to referee their sport.
  • Weekly Wrap Up (Term 4, Week 5) - This week we bring you photo galleries from Whakanuia and Senior Prizegiving. We bring you updates from junior girls Volleyball, Roots and Shoots Boomerang bags project and the NZ Outdoor Education Conference. With news from the NZ Japanese Trivia championships, He Kākano plus Arotahi students visit to Space Place it has been a busy and enjoyable week.
  • Weekly Wrap Up (Term 4, Week 4) - This week we start with important information for seniors re: exams and study leave. From then on there is much to celebrate starting with our Halloween Junior Dance,! It's been an amazing week in the Arts with news of our Year 13 Arts exhibition, record acceptances to Toi Whakaari and success in the Manawatu Jazz festival. He Kākano competed in the Athletes with Disabilities swimming competition and Year 12 Physics students visited Aurecon. Visit the full Wrap Up for all this and much much more.
  • Weekly Wrap Up (Term 4, Week 3) - This week the Wrap Up includes news of success at national level in Underwater Hockey, achievements at a local level in a brand new 24 hour theatre challenge. We thank our student librarians, follow He Kākano in Science and Art and follow students in the 24 hour challenge at the Gryphon Theatre.
  • Weekly Wrap Up (Term 4, Week 2) - In this weeks Wrap Up we celebrate students who have been awarded scholarships from Victoria University for study in 2021, watch our EPro8 teams in competition, and follow Year 13 Outdoor Education students as they navigate the Whanganui River. We also acknowledge the passing of alumnus Eddie Tonks, CBE former chair and life member of the NZRFU.
  • Weekly Wrap Up (Term 4, Week 1) - In this first newsletter of the term, we include important dates, reminders about the Arts portfolios deadlines, news about school trips and our artist in residence, and we celebrate achievements in drama, science and underwater hockey.
  • Weekly Wrap Up (Term 3, Week 10) - Our final newsletter of the term is a bumper edition celebrating successes in fundraising, sport and writing, as well as information about Gateway and Trades Academy, and music lessons. Note the important dates for the start of Term 4.
  • Weekly Wrap Up (Term 3, Week 9) - This week's Wrap-Up celebrates achievements in debating, science and football as well as sharing a flavour of learning from Technology, Drama, English and He Kākano. You can also read more about Wellington Trades Academy for Years 12 and 13 next year.
  • Weekly Wrap Up (Term 3, Week 8) - In this week's news, you can read about the Junior and Senior Course Choices for 2021, wonderful achievements in sport, writing and debating — and a variety of news from around our kura this week.