Principal’s Address 29th November 201929th Nov 2019
Kia Ora Tatou
The last of the end of year assessments are completed and I would expect that students will have received results and feedback by the end of today. For some students they will have done better than they will have thought, I hope that this provides a boost in confidence which they will retain during the summer holiday and return with the ‘I can do it attitude’. For some students the results may be disappointing. These students should reflect upon what they could do differently. It may be more thorough preparation by spending more time reading material or simply managing their time more effectively.
Next week junior students head away on activities for a couple of days. As I have said in previous newsletters if finance is a problem please do contact
me and I am sure that we can work something out.
I really want to encourage all students to participate in opportunities that are available.
Prince and Princesses
This week the junior council assisted and lead the Prince and Princesses day which was a great deal of fun. Well done to all the students who got dressed up for the day as a show of support for Mr Palmer, his partner Megan and Esme. The money raised is being passed to Mr Palmer for them to spend as they need.
On Thursday night we hosted our third annual Graduation Dinner for the Y13 students. The event was well attended by students and parents and it was a wonderful way to farewell our departing students.
Ka kite ano
Mr Mike Wright