Weekly Wrap Up

The Wrap Up (Term 2, Week 9)

This week’s Wrap Up includes important information regarding parent-teacher interviews for both junior and senior students, as well as a look at Ngā manaakitanga’s Matariki celebrations.

Important Dates

  • Tuesday 5 July – Music Evening
  • Wednesday 6 July – Parent – teacher meetings for students in years 11 to 13. 
  • Friday 8 July – end of Term 2

Term 3

  • Monday 25 July Term 3 begins
  • Monday 25 July – Board meeting (6pm)
  • Wednesday 27 July – Junior Parent Teacher meetings (online)

Important Information 

Parent – teacher meetings online: Wednesday 6 July

The Senior student parents evening takes place online on Wednesday 6 July (2pm-6pm). Appointments can be booked until 4pm Tuesday 5 July.

To book appointments: 

  1. Check you know which subjects and teachers your student(s) has. You can ask your student, or use the Parent Portal ( > Timetable. Teachers’ codes are by surname (e.g. BLN is Bell, N)
  2. Go to:
  3. Enter this code: 5chyv.

Term 2 reports

Term 2 reports are now live on the parent portal. To access reports, go to Results > Reports. 

If you are unable to find your parent portal login please email with the name of your student and ask for your password to be resent.

Junior Parents Evening alert

Parents evening for our Junior students will take place online on Wednesday 27 July (2pm-5.30pm). Details will be emailed to parents on Tuesday 5 July.

ERO Profile reporting

Te Ara Huarau is the evaluation approach that the Education Review Office (ERO) is using in our school. This a developmental approach to evaluation where ERO and our school work together over time rather than one off reviews that happened previously. Te Ara Huarau is used in most English-medium state and state-integrated schools.

ERO maintains a regular review programme to evaluate and report on the education and care of young people in the schools. Our school worked alongside ERO to write our Profile Report. This type of report will only happen once as part of our initial engagement with Te Ara Huarau. The profile report reflects our strategic goals and a shared evaluation focus one or more areas that are important to us as we work together to improve outcomes for all our learners. ERO, like us, have a strong focus on equity and excellence. Future reporting will show our progress and achievement towards meeting the goals we have set. Public reports like the Profile Report are published on ERO’s website.

A Board Assurance Report that shows how we are meeting regulatory and legislative Requirements has also been published.

Included in our bundle of published reports is a Provision for International Students report.

You can read these reports on our website at:

MUSIC EVENING is happening!

Rock bands, String ensembles, choir, soloists, combos, Jazz. and more…….

TUESDAY 5 JULY  7pm-9:30pm

Riley Centre, Wellington High

Monday 27 June 4pm tickets go live.

Adults $10/Students $5

What’s Happening? 

Mānawatia a Matariki 

Ngā manaakitanga celebrated Matariki inviting whānau and Board members to Taraika for hangi and shared kai. The programme, which is in its second year, offers mentoring to rangatahi Māori, is supported by a phenomenal team of mentors who are undergraduate and postgraduates at Te Herenga Waka (VUW) and is co-ordinated by Whaea Char, Whaea Suz and Nicola Dow with the support of Julieanna Ranginui.

He Kākano

Congratulations to Talib Prime for winning the WERO 2021 Award. His peers and teachers describe him as generous and kind in nature and he is growing in confidence every year. Talib works hard in all subjects and always participates and engages to the best of his ability. 

In other news, our students are working on Te Kura supported learning standards as part of skills for living. Our garden is also thriving with winter greens that staff and students can help themselves to!

Business Studies Market Day 

On Wednesday we had the Year 10 and 11 Business Studies Market Day. This was a huge success and a fun time was had by everyone involved. The students were buzzing about the awesome vibe and support from their community, and it was a great celebration of ingenuity and creativity.


Capital Photographer Awards

Capital Photographer of the Year celebrates Greater Wellington, its beauty, creativity, and people. More than 1,200 entrants vied for the inaugural Capital Photographer of the Year award, and 18 entries were chosen as finalists. Lorenzo Buhne, a Year 9 WHS student, won the Youth category for the second year in a row! Congratulations Lorenzo!