Weekly Wrap Up

The Wrap Up (Term 1, Week 9)

Some fantastic achievements to celebrate in this week’s Wrap Up from our language students and the Regional Futsal Championships! Also, some important information regarding ID cards, Term 1 reports, and the Whānau Survey.

Important Dates

  • Monday 11 April – Board meeting 6pm
  • Thursday 14 April – End of Term 1
  • Monday 2 May – Start of Term 2

Important Information

Whānau Survey 2022 — Have your say

Today we have emailed all whānu to invite you to share your thoughts about how well we are supporting your student/s in this year’s Whānau Survey.

The survey focuses on the school’s WERO values (Whānau, Excellence, Respect and Ora) and the questions reflect these values while also linking to our strategic plan.

Thank you in advance for taking the time to share your thoughts with us. As always, if you have any specific questions or concerns about how we are supporting your young person/s, please contact the rōpū teacher or Dean directly:

Reports available on the Parent Portal

Term 1 reports are available for download from the Parent Portal. Once you have logged in, to find your student’s report go to Results > Reports.

If you have any questions, please email

Last Day to Order ID Cards

The last day to order and pay for ID cards for Term 1 is Tuesday, 5th April. Any orders or payments after this date will not be ready until beginning of Term 2.

  • Standard ID cards cost $10
  • Snapper ID cards cost $25

To order a student ID card email including your student’s name, rōpū and school ID number (if known). A payment will be added to your account and can be paid through the Student Portal. The ID card will be ordered once payment has been received.  IDs arrive 5-10 working days following receipt of payment and will be given to your student’s rōpū teacher for distribution.

ID cards include the student’s legal first and last names and their date of birth. If a student’s preferred first name is different from their legal first name, this can be included in addition to (but not instead of) their legal name.

What’s happening?

He Kākano

Our senior students went Ten Pin Bowling with the Year 13 Outdoor Education Class this week. Horticulture students cleared last season’s crops to plant new ones from seedlings to prepare for Autumn/Winter growth. Furniture and Cabinet Making classes enable students to learn how to use industrial power tools and a number of He Kākano students are supported in the workshop. 

Football Academy

Foggy weather hasn’t stopped the turnout for Thursday morning Football Academy! About thirty students turned out yesterday morning despite the cold and fog.


Congratulations to the following students awarded Excellence Certificates by the New Zealand Association of Language Teachers for their excellent achievement in NCEA in a second language.

Chinese Level 1: Anna Curzon-Hoson, Stella Maiden & Anna Reilly

Chinese Level 2: Hugo Randerson, Phuong Anh Nguyen & Yengwai Hoh

Japanese Level 2: Atom Gush


Regional Futsal Championships

Congratulations to all the students who competed at the recent Regional Futsal Championships! Some great goals were scored. Huge thanks goes out to Jed Shepherd and Kini Mitipelo who did a fantastic job coaching.