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Otago Girls' High School

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School holidays are being bought forward so that they are completed within the four week period of Alert level 4 in response to Covid-19.

Holidays will now begin from Saturday 28 March to Tuesday 14 April inclusive.

At the end of the school holidays online learning will recommence for our students while the school building will remain in lock-down for both staff and students. 

Key dates reminder

28 March School holidays begin
10 to 14 April Easter including the Tuesday after Easter
15 April Term 2 begins (through distance learning)
22 April Current date for ending of lockdown period
27 April ANZAC Day observed  


Mr Richards in his lock-down office

Zooming Around! Tips for using Google Classroom and Zoom.

by Mr C. Richards, Assistant Principal

Kia ora koutou from my new office at home!

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Linda Miller, Principal

Principal's Report

by Ms L. Miller, Prinicpal

Greetings from lock-down land!

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Jennifer Marsh and Hannah Matehaere

Head Prefects' Korero

by Jen Marsh and Hannah Matehaere

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SVA Service Awards

by Mrs B. Davidson, Assistant Principal

SVA is an education charity run for students, by students, focused on providing meaningful volunteering opportunities for primary, secondary and tertiary aged young people in Aotearoa.

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Guidance Counselling

Counselling Service Available to Students and Families

by Ms Kirsten Taylor, Guidance Counsellor

Kia ora OGHS community,

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Learning in the Bubble!

by Mrs B. Davidson, Assistant Principal

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Myia Pearce at her Gateway placement, The Star


by Mrs L. Hill, Gateway Co-ordinator

Gateway placements have been suspended and will resume where possible once we return to school.

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Wellbeing during lock-down

by Mrs S.Porter, Assistant Principal

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Mental Fitness during Uncertainties

by Ms C. Hokianga, Sports co-ordinator

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Record your lock-down journey

by Mrs J Smallfield

This difficult time will pass and we will talk about it for years to come - here is a challenge for students and parents!

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