- Friday 3 June – Teacher Only-Day — school will be closed. This is our annual Wellington Loop day which is a conglomerate of Wellington schools sharing best practice.
- Monday 6 June – Queen’s Birthday — school will be closed
- Monday 13 June – Open Evening for 2023 – school finishes at 3pm
- Friday 24 June – Matariki Holiday – school will be closed
Open Evening 2022
Open Evening 2022 will take place on Monday 13 June. We will be offering two sessions: 4.30pm and 6.00pm. Each session will offer a tour of the school and the opportunity to listen to the Principal’s address.
To book, please visit https://www.trybooking.co.nz/KEF
Our Open Evening is filling up fast! If you are not able to book a ticket, please join the waiting list and we will contact you should places become available.
Health reminder: students who are sick, stay home
A reminder that WHS is following the advice from the Ministry of Health.
Anyone displaying flu or COVID-like symptoms should not be attending school and should seek further advice from their doctor or Healthline.
If students present to school as unwell, we will be asking parents and caregivers to come and pick their student up. Absences should be reported to email@example.com or 043858911 ext 873 or via the school app.
Dr Farrelly Hui
Last Friday we had Dr Trisia Farrelly visit WHS for a lunchtime library hui. Dr Farrelly was a finalist last year for the 2021 Aotearoa Women Of Influence Awards, and she came to speak primarily to Year 13 Economics and Sociology classes about her role on the UN working group to reduce plastic production on the planet. It was open to all students though, and there was a good turnout from all year levels and interests across WHS.
“Your contribution is exceptionally powerful”
“It is ONLY through civil society pressure that we are at the stage we are at now”; “the pressure, endurance, passion from citizens, students, teachers, all people, are so important- you are the makers of change”
“And you can help add to this message and mahi. You can make submissions and do cleanups and provide your data on manufacturers products to: Zero waste network Aotearoa, Aotearoa Plastic Pollution alliance, Para Kore.” “You all can make a difference”.
We’re now in the middle of the term and our students are busy in a range of classes. Our workshop and fashion technology students are working on construction projects and our Communication Group continues to teach valuable life skills.
Parent to Parent Workshop
Parent to parent are running a free workshop for parents of children with disabilities or health issues, free for families who access disability support services.