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Week 10 Term 3 2015
121/9 Tu Whanau lunch 9A4
21-24/9 NISS Snowboarding Champs Ruapehu
22/9 School cross country postponed
24/9 Staff vs Prefects football match
25/9 End of Term 3
Term Highlights
12/10 Start of Term 4
30/9-9/10 Holiday Tutorials
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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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PM Award Prime Ministers Educational Excellence Awards: Finalists in Prime Minister’s Excellence in Engagement-2015. Tu Tane and Whakairo Programme. After considerable thought, time and effort by all of our School Community and the judges who came to Gisborne Boys’ High School to observe and talk to us about our submissions for these two categories; being adjudged as first of all Finalists, then Overall Winners for the Supreme Award and the Excellence in Teaching and Learning was just great. More........
007-School Ball
Slick Suits, Guns and Beautiful Women - the ideal James Bond scenario. The Gisborne Boys’ High School Ball was undoubtedly a massive hit.The night was highlighted with Ball King and Queen, Liam and Anna. Best dressed male and female, Hugo and Abby and last but certainly not least the most PDA couple, Alex and his fine date Tara. Learn more.....
Open Day:
A really big thank you to all of our present Year 9 and 10 Parents/Whanau for allowing our School to provide all of the Year 8’s with an activity organised day on Tuesday 18th. By having only NCEA classes on Tuesday, we were able to ensure that a range of activities were presented to the young men from Ilminster, Gisborne and Country-Contributing Schools. For all of the young men from these schools, a big thank you also. Your participation and willingness to be moved around from activity to activity says a lot about yourselves and your schools. Learn more.....

Teen Ag Club GBHS Young Farmers Grand Final:
On the last day of Term 2, the ‘Young Farmers’ Grand Final was held in Taupo. Teams had to qualify to compete in this prestigious event. Cameron Hudson and Michael Bloxham qualified for the ‘Teen Ag’ competition at the Regional finals held back in March in Greytown. This was a fantastic achievement considering it was our schools first time at entering a Young Farmers ‘Teen AG’ competition. Cameron and Michael were placed 15th overall. Learn more.....

Vanuatu Quiz Evening:
On the 3rd attempt, we finally had our Quiz Evening to raise money for the Vanuatu Relief Fund. A massive thanks to all the people who supported us especially the local firms and individuals who kindly donated prizes. After 10 rounds of 10 questions, the team from the PE/Health staff were the overall winners. The biggest auction attraction was 8 hours “work” from Marty Ryan and the Vanuatu boys. Marty’s promise of grounds, pools and any other extra work, was too hard to resist. Learn more.....
The Hague International Model United Nations:
So in the Term 2 holidays I went down to Wellington for the New Zealand Model United Nations, which is run by UN Youth NZ. This was a crazy experience with 250 other delegates from around the country. It was a four day event filled with debates and committee sessions; all based on the international diplomacy that occurs at the United Nations. Learn more.....
At the 2015 NZ Secondary Schools Championships held in Tauranga, the following boys from GBHS pictured below achieved these medals:- Fletcher Honey (silver -66kg), Mitchell Honey (bronze -55kg), Reuben Hiko (gold -60 kg), Caleb Jones-King (gold -73kg
Hurricanes U18 Rugby:
The Hurricanes U18 Rugby team played the Crusaders U18 in the school holidays and beat them 61-17. Naera Tipoki, Angus McDonald, Isaia Walker-Leawere made the team that was coached by Mr Cairns.
North Island SS Road Cycling - Jack McLaughlin got podium in a tough U17 class of 72 riders - he placed 3rd in the Criterium having led the 2 main contenders for most of the race.
Following this, Jack was lucky enough to be invited to race the Tour of New Caledonia. He placed 2nd overall out of 25 riders and took out the prized King of the Mountain points classification.
Left is a photo of Jack in the KoM jersey riding to a podium finish.
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