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International Languages Week

Junior Campus students celebrated international languages week. They were treated to a daily quiz, cultural food such as Suspiros, handmade Sign Language cookies, and Croissants.

Whakamanahia Te Rangatahi

Whakamanahia Te Rangatahi (WTR) Is a program for all Islander students (including Māori). The programme aims to help strengthen their understanding of their culture and

Futsall House Competition

Our House Futsal competition started with the girls competition in Week 3. The gallery was opened for students to watch the games and they poured

World Vision

Recently, I was fortunate to be chosen to attend the World Vision Senior Scholarship Summit in Auckland. It was a three-day event, but the things

Outdoor Recreation

This term the students’ goal is to roll in a kayak. To build up confidence, we go to the pool for a few weeks to

Junior Campus Athletics

Congratulations to the age group champions: 10 year old girl Evie Charlton 10 year old boy Bodie Gilmour 11 year old gir Ashlee Clay 11

Cyclone Gabrielle Collection

Thank you to everyone in our James Hargest community who donated grocery items to send up North. Our donations are going to Te Wainui Marae

House Competions

The Senior Campus House Competition kicked off in Week 3 and ran for two weeks at intervals and lunchtimes. Year 9 Form Classes along with

Junior Campus Leaders 2023

We’d like to introduce our six leaders of the Junior Campus. Our Kaiarataki are Hunter, Cohen, Allie, Kaydah and our Ambassadors are Abigail and Zion.

Introducing our Head Students

Ruby Bath Ruby’s interests include cycling, debating and music. She has two brothers, James and Sean and her favourite subjects are English and Economics. Ruby’s