Maori Language Week

10-16 September
Level 2 Hospitality students offered FREE coffee or hot chocolate to students and staff who ordered their choice of beverage in te reo, as part of Te Wiki o Te Reo Maori (10-16 September).

Tena koe, he kawhe koa?

Green Bay High School is proud to incorporated PB4L (Positive Behaviour for Learning) initiatives into our everyday lives. Ellisha Bishop (Year 13) who is part of the student PB4L team, designed some Cultural GBTs (Good Behaviour Tags) to reward students for getting involved and using te reo.

Students can cash in their GBTs at the PB4L shop – open each Thursday, between 8.45am – 9.10am (go to the roller door between L6 and L7). The amount of tags collected relates to the choice of products available. GBTS are earned by those demonstrating positive behaviour, reflecting our school values:

Excellence / Rau o te Huia: being outstanding or extremely good.
Courage / Ko Kauri: having the mind or spirit that enables you to face difficulty without fear.
Respect / He Tangata, He Tangata: showing due regard for the feelings, wishes or rights of others.
Responsiveness / E Tipu e Rea: adapting quickly, positively and appropriately to changing circumstances.