Congratulations to the following students who received Responsiveness Awards at their end of Term assembly, having upheld our school values of Respsonsiveness throughout the term:

Riley Bassett – Responding to feedback positively
Liam-Vince Palis – Always being the first one to offer to help pack away equipment after the lesson
Anthony Banks – Always willing to help peers and staff
Kim Scholes – Welcoming our international students and taking part in several extra-curricular activities
Natalia Stulich – Taking everything in her stride and being a role model in class
Lucy Hallford – Being a role model for the students around her by providing help and seeking feedback
Kendra Taylor – Facing her fears and doing it anyway! Shave For a Cure
Blake Derham – Having a ‘responsive’ attitude – and being a role model in Form Class
Bridgette Lalanne – For always volunteering to be responsible for the Form Class’ behaviour in C10 during the breaks
Josh Hadnett – Taking everything in his stride and being a role model in class
Rory Smith – Being a class leader and role model; Excelling in Cheerleading
Finn Grieve – Volunteering for Shave for a Cure
Scott Morgan-Smith – Getting involved with extracurricular activities by joining five sports teams

End of Term Assemblies for other Year levels will be taking place next week:
Year 13: Monday 8 April, 10.45am
Year 12: Tuesday 9 April: 10.45am
Year 11: Wednesday 10 April: 10.45am
Year 10: Friday 12 April: 10.45am

End of Term 1 Dates: Seniors and Juniors:
​Years 11, 12, 13 students: Last day of Term 1 is Thursday 11 April, at 3.15pm. There will be a School Ball Assembly taking place at 12noon. Attendance is compulsory for students who are attending the Ball. Please phone the school office for more information on 817-8173 ext 201.
Years 9 and 10 students: Last day of Term 1 is Friday 12 April, at 3.15pm.
Term 2 commences Monday 29 April, 8.40am.

What are 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.