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Week 7 Term 2 2015
3/6 ECNI X-country at Gisborne
3-4/6 Prime Minister's Award film crew looking at Whakairo
3-4/6 THETA group Sexwise workshop & presentation Y10
6/6 Super 8 Rugby vs Napier BHS at GBHS
7/6 Tu Whanau wananga Y9&10 students. 10 am start. Lunch 1 pm
Term Highlights
20/4 Start of Term 2
22-23/4 Junior report evenings
24/4 House summer sports comp
25/4 ANZAC Day
27/4 ANZAC no school
13/5 Tu Whanau writing together evening
19/5 Year 10 parents' forum
21-22/5 Nga Manu Korero Kapa Haka
22-23 Super 8 Cultural festival
26-28/5 Senior Exams
2'/6 Year 11 parents' forum
8/6 Queen's Birthday
9/4 Year 11 parents' forum
18/4 Senior report evening
29/6-3/7 House Cultural Week
2/7 House Haka Challenge
3/7 End of Term 2



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tahiti trip Waka Ama - Tahiti Trip
Gisborne Boys’ High School Waka Ama boys have had a very busy and successful campaign over the last two weeks. On Friday March 13th 10 boys – Wiremu Curtis, Waimihia Maniapoto-Love, Joseph Mason, Morehu Riddell, Leevi Samuels, Tawhao Stewart, Winiata Tarawa, Ramairoa Tawera, Matenga Taihuka and Fawn White flew from Gisborne to Tahiti to compete in the Eimeo Va’a – a 45km race around the island of Moorea. The trip itself was also a cultural exchange, we went a week before the race and our students were hosted by College de Pao Pao for a few nights. More......
relay for life Relay for life
This year our Prefects and a number of students participated in Relay for Life. Thankfully we had enough boys that we could have at least two boys on the track at any one time even during the early hours of the morning. I would like to thank Mr Ray and Mr Cairns whose charming smiles and good humour kept us going at 3 in the morning and Mr Varey’s delicious food that kept our stomachs full. More......
fund raising vanuatu Fund Raising for Vanuatu
Last week a Mufti Day was held to raise money to help the people in Vanuatu affected by Cyclone Pam. The theme was “Island Style” and it was great to see our students and teachers
support this venture with $1,500 raised. Our Vanuatu students
were pleased and thankful to see the school supporting their country in this time of need. More......
waka ama finals Waka Ama Nationals
This year Gisborne Boys’ High School took four teams – three J16 – Ruamoko, Whanake, Rukupo and one J19 team – Turanga Tane to compete at the secondary school waka ama nationals at Lake Tikitapu in Rotorua. Ms Te Amo travelled to Rotorua with 17 boys and were met with the 10 returning students from Tahiti. Day one was the W12 and W1 events. All teams progressed to finals with Darius Apanui-Nepe gaining silver in the 250m one man. More......
school surfing 2015 GBHS Surfing Championships
Clean 2-foot conditions greeted GBHS surfers at Whales Wainui on Friday. With a group of 20 students participating
in the School Surfing Championships for 2015 and with the overall level of ability being high, it was always going to be a hotly contested event. In the under 18s event, the division final featured Reuben Mottart, Tom Dixon-Smith, Riaki Ruru and Colby Putnam. In a tightly contested finalm, Reuben Mottart pipped last year’s winner Tom Dixon-Smith by a margin of 0.5 points. Riaki Ruru was third and Colby Putnam fourth. More......
athletcis day 2015 Athletics Sports
This year’s school Athletics Sports were held on Thursday
5th March. The day was a scorcher, particularly in the morning before the breeze came up. Despite the hot conditions
the boys got stuck in and the level of participation was excellent. Field events were particularly popular with a large numbers of boys attempting to qualify, those who reached qualifying standard then competed for final placings. Thanks to Mr Fawcett’s efficient processing of results we could keep boys updated of House points throughout the day with a running tally which fostered excellent participation and competition. More......
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