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Hornby High School

Newsletter - 23 September

‘Mā te huruhuru, ka rere te manu’

‘Feathers enable the bird to fly’

'Be prepared, have the right tools to achieve' 

Contents

Project K

by Lucretia Treadgold

William (Year 11) has won a 'National Excellence Award' for his outstanding participation in Project K last year. This is the third year in a row a Hornby High Student has received this award! We are so very proud!

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Principal's Comment

by Robin Sutton

Kia ora koutou. Talofa. Kia Orana. Malo e lelei. Bula vinaka. Fakaalofa atu. Namaste. Kumusta. Haere mai ki Te Kura Te Huruhuru Ao o Horomaka. Warm greetings to the Hornby High School community.

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NZQA

NCEA and Covid-19 Disruption

by Jack Goodfellow

Over the past few weeks, the Ministry of Education and NZQA have announced a number of changes to NCEA for 2021, in recognition of the disruption to learning caused by Alert Level 3 & 4.

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Derived Grade Assessments (NCEA)

by Jack Goodfellow

A Derived Grade is a mark that is provided to NZQA that could be used to determine a result if a student misses an external exam at the end of the year due to an emergency or unforeseen event.

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Learning Conferences Postponed

by Jack Goodfellow

We had Learning Conferences scheduled for the final week of Term 3. Unfortunately we need to postpone these, because we cannot effectively run such an event under Covid Alert Level 2. We hope to be able to host Learning Conferences again soon.

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Year 10-12 Mōhua Dean's Report

by Phil Daines

Kia ora koutou. We are well and truly back into the swing of things at school having returned from lockdown. As I walk around some of the classes, it is great to see how many students have settled back into their routines and are working well again in their classes.

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Year 10-12 Riroriro Dean's Report

by Matt Stock

Kia ora Riroriro whānau. Thank you for your calmness and effort during Level 4 Lockdown and for how you have re-adjusted to school life. I am very proud of all of you and here is a virtual high five coming your way!

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Year 10-12 Tīeke Dean's Report

by Oscar Richardson

Kia ora koutou whānau of Tīeke Kāhui. We are right back into the swing of things. Students have settled back into school and are working hard to strive for their best.

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Kiwi Can

Kiwi Can

by Lucretia Treadgold

If you would like to see what the wonderful Kiwi Can leaders have been doing over lock down, clink on the following link:

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2022 Star Peer Mentors Wanted!

by Lucretia Treadgold

If you are interested in becoming a Star mentor in 2022, please complete the form using the link below.

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Policies & Procedures

School policies for review in Term 3 2021

by Joanne Bykerk

Policies being reviewed Term 3: Concerns and Complaints, and Behaviour Management

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Important Information

Important Information

by Andrea Cosgrove

School Office Hours are Monday – Friday, 8am – 3.30pm

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Key Dates

Key Dates

by Andrea Cosgrove

2021

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Community Dental Service

Dental Care during the School Holidays

by Andrea Cosgrove

The Community Dental Service will be providing dental care for children enrolled with our service during the upcoming school holidays. The clinics will offer check-ups, treatment and relief of pain sessions by appointment only. To make an appointment please call/email our Contact Centre which operates between the hours of 8am and 4.30pm, Monday to Friday throughout the holidays.

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Studio One

Studio One Performing Arts

by Andrea Cosgrove

Your local dance school, Studio One Performing Arts is currently giving Ballet, Jazz, Contemporary and Acro lessons in your area.

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Learn to drive locally

by Andrea Cosgrove

Private in-car lessons available for Learners and Restricted licence holders.

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