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Week 10 Term 3 2014
20-25/9 NISS Snowboarding
22-24/9 Performing Arts Technology Exped
24/9 Cross Country
25/9 Staff vs Prefects football match
26/9 School PGA Golf Tournament
 
Term 3 Highlights
21/7 Start of Term 3
28-30/7 Super 8 Football, Hockey, Basketball
3-7/8 NZSS Surfing Champs Raglan
13/8 Variety Concert
19/8 Intermediate Open Day
24/8 OPEN DAY
27/8 Sports and Cultural photos
1-6/9 National Tournament week
8-12/9 School OP winter expedition
11-16/9 Senior School Exams
19/9 House Winter Sports
23/9 School Cross Country
25/9 Staff vs Prefects football match
26/9 End of Term 3

 

 

WELCOME to Gisborne Boys' High School: Nau Mai Haere Mai
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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Haka cultural week july The last week of Term 2 has been Cultural Week, an opportunity for students to experience, share in and enjoy the efforts of our cultural and expressive arts community at school. The week started at Monday lunchtime with the screening of three films written, directed and produced by students who entered the 48 Hour Film competition. At interval the choir performed in the Library serenading, from the top floor, the audience on the bottom floor.
July gateway 1

Gateway: This term we have three Year 12 students; Billy Richardson, Blake Ngarimu and Carter Murrell attending a new programme called The Warehouse
Red Shirt Customer Service programme. The aim is to offer work experience and help students transition from school into the workplace.

Careers: The term has flown past with lots of students coming over to Tahunga for a chat about pathways and subject selection. It can be a very confusing time for some students who feel they should be able to answer the well meaning question “what are you going to do when you leave school?” that extended family often ask as our young men near the end of their schooling life. Be heartened to know that most of your peers feel the same way, they just pretend
otherwise!!

July gateway 2
Sharing tu tane

The ‘Sharing Tu Tane’ ceremony was held early in Term 2 with all Year 10 students asked to bring a good man from home so that the ideas, lessons and units taught in the programme could be shared with them. The hall was filled with the fathers, brothers, uncles, grandfathers, friends and neighbours of the boys involved in the programme and the positive messages about manhood and being a good man were delivered.

Leadership breakfast

The School Prefects and Senior Leaders (Year 12) took part in a leadership breakfast on the 28th June. This was the second leadership seminar for the year. The first seminar in Term 1 was delivered by Maori All Blacks Coach Colin Cooper who talked about communicating with different types of people.

manu korero

Ngā manu Kōrero:
Ka ketekete te kākā, ka kotokoto te tuī, ka kūkū te kereru. Ko Kawakawa mai i Tawhiti te ngahere, i rangona ai te kōrihi, te tīorooro rānei a ngā manu tīoriori e koko ake rā ki te pūkaioreore ā, ka mau kē te wehi!
On Wednesday 2 July approximately 35 students from Gisborne Boys’ High School, Te Pito mai Tawhiti travelled to Kawakawa mai Tawhiti for the Tai Rāwhiti ngā Manu Kōrero competition.

Star programme Star Programme: We have had 36 students complete the learners
licence course which is great to see. We have used McInnes Driver Training for the past 5 years to deliver this programme and they are excellent at it. We have had an almost 100% success rate, with one young man just missing out once. He will sit again after some more confidence boosting computer sessions
and be fine.
Junior football success

Football Successes
Jarom Brouwer
Having attended the U17 (NTC) National Talent Centre Camp in April, Jarom Brouwer has been selected to train with the wider U17 NZ Training Squad.
Cheauxyan Maukau-McPhee
Cheauxyan was offered a two year scholarship to attend St Kentigens College. He is part of the impressive Auckland Secondary Schools competition and has been invited to attend U20 NZ training sessions.
George Andrew
George was selected by the Ricky Herbert Football Academy to be part of an U15 team to play football for two weeks in America in April 2014.

 
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