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Week 12 Term 1 2014
15/4 Auckland Uni Engin Seminar P2&3
16/4 Rugby vs Kelston BHS at Kelston
17/4 Senior Bio field trip to Makarori
15/4 Year 9 Te Whanau and Report evening 5-7:30pm
16/4 Year 10 Report evening 4:30-6:30 pm
17/4 END of term 1
 
Term 1 Highlights
28/1 Start of Term 1
4/2 Tu Tane Ceremony
5/2 Tu Whanau Hui
7/2 House Tabloid Sports
12/2 Tu Whanau Group Hui
21-22 Tu Whanau Wananga
6/3 Senior Reports
13/3 Parent/Teacher senior report evening
5/3 Athletics Day
15/4 Parent/Teacher junior report evening
17/4 End of Term 1
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At Gisborne Boys' High School our students make the physical and mental journey to become young adults within a positive, supportive teaching and learning culture. The foundations of our work and support are our core school values: Respect, for every individual and their property, Honesty, at all times, Perseverance, in the challenges that we step forward to accept, Loyalty, to our school, whanau, and community, Courage, to continue in our quest for excellence.
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Tu Whanau

Tu Whanau: With the support of the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Social Development during 2013, Gisborne Boys’ High School staff and BOT began planning to implement, at the start of 2014, a new whole school programme.
The overall vision for the programme was to enhance the already existing positive relationships with their community, by establishing a more in-depth, collaborative and real partner-relationship with the parents/caregivers/whanau of Year 9 young men. More...

James WarrenBarbara WalshClare-Lise Jones

New Staff:

James Warren, an old boy of the school teaching Mathematics and English,

Barbara Walsh our new librarian

Clare-Lise Jones from a small village in France teaching french. More...

Year 9 camp

Year 9 Camps: We are now well into our term and around half way through our camp cycle. The attendance so far has been excellent and we thank parents for their support.
We want every boy to attend and experience a varied and interesting 4 days. Camp is an opportunity for the boys to get to know each other and work together in a unique environment. More...

Tabliod sports 2014

House Tabliod Sports: The House Competition for 2014 got off to a great start with our traditional first event, the Tabloid Sports. For Year 9 students this event introduces them to the House system at GBHS and helps them get to know the other boys in their form class. It also provides an opportunity for Senior Boys to take a leadership role within their form class. More...

Tabliod Sports 2014 Sports Round Up: The 2014 Sporting year has once again started off in busy fashion. NZ Super 8 Golf, Tennis and Volleyball were all held in Week 6. The A Volleyball team was the most successful of the 3 teams competing and they finished a very creditable 3rd place. The team beat New Plymouth BHS and Palmerston North BHS during the tournament. The Golf team played their tournament in Rotorua. They competed well finishing in 7th place. Our Tennis team competed in Napier and finished in 7th place as well. The team came up against some strong opposition from all the Super 8 schools, with our boys playing against some very good nationally ranked players from around the country. The team beat Hastings BHS to finish in 7th place. More...
 
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