From the Principal

Kia ora

I would like to acknowledge all of the students hard work over the lockdown period.  We would like to give the students a free mufti-day on the last day of this term, to say 'thank you' from me and all of the staff at JPII.  There may be another surprise but you will have to be here on the day!

The school photos for 2021 will be taken by Stewart Nimmo Photography, and he will be in school on Thursday 30th September to take these. There will be an 'online' ordering system this year and more details about how this will work will be communicated to you all shortly.

The Board of Trustees have advertised in the Education Gazette for a permanent Principal at JPII High School. This application process closes on 6th October.  Interviews and short listing will take place after this date. The successful incumbent will take up the position commencing in Term 1, 2022.

This week we celebrated Maori Language Week, students and teachers have learnt a lovely Waiata 'E Toru Nga Mea'. 

E TORU NGA MEA (There are Three Things)

E toru nga mea,
There are three things,
nga mea nunui,
very important things,
e ki ana
as stated in
Te Paipera:
The Bible:
Ko te mea nunui
The most important
kote Aroha
is Love.

Next week is Social Justice Week and we will also be celebrating Mercy Day on Thursday.

With our school policies and procedures moved to 'School Docs' - an online version. I ask parents to follow this link and have your say regarding the policies that are up for review this term. 

Username: johnpaul

Password: jpiihs

The Policies being reviewed this term are:

  • School Values and Behaviour Expectations 
  • Bullying 
  • Cyberbullying                                                                           

Kia Kaha

Angela Sloane