We all need to do our bit to keep others safe in our community.
While the majority of our school community is following the Government's guidelines and expectations relating to COVID, we have been disappointed to receive reports of CGHS students refusing to wear masks on public transport. This is totally unacceptable. We all need to do our bit to keep others safe in our community. When students leave our school grounds they are expected to take our school values with them:
At Te Kura o Hine Waiora, students and staff respect and are generous towards each other. They support one another and this is reciprocated. The environment is warm and caring and everyone is treated with dignity.
At Christchurch Girls’ High School a strong sense of belonging is developed through students and teachers working together. Students and staff feel connected and positive relationships are fostered. Challenges and successes are shared and personal achievements are celebrated.
The Te Kura o Hine Waiora whānau show empathy and concern for others. They have an understanding of the world and people beyond their own circumstances, giving service and acting with decency.
At Christchurch Girls’ High School, students and staff stand tall and proud. They have courage and strength of character to do what is right, facing challenges and change with confidence. Mana is demonstrated in relationships between and within staff and students.