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Newsletter - No 11 - 2022


Term 2, Week 1

Monday 2
First day of Term 2

Tuesday 3

Wednesday 4 - Friday 6
Level 2 Geography trip to Mt Cook

Thursday 5

Friday 6
School Cross Country (TBC)

Term 2, Week 2

Monday 9 - Tuesday 10
13ODR two day tramp

Tuesday 10
13BIO/APS field trip

Wednesday 11

Thursday 12
Junior Maths competition
12/13ESS trip to Geology department

Friday 13
Teacher Only Day
- school closed for tuition


OBHS Anzac Service 2022

A message from the Rector

by Richard Hall

Another term has flown by and hopefully the world will be spinning back to normal soon.

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Duke of Edinburgh - Greenstone Caples April 2022

Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Expedition

by Richard Roe

A group of our Duke of Edinburgh’s Award students spent the majority of their final week of term tramping the Greenstone Caples circuit near Glenorchy.

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No beating around the bush for McIndoe House!

by Elaine Kelly

This term at house meetings, the McIndoe Year 13 Leadership Team raised the issue of rubbish in the town belt around the school.

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13 Outdoor Education - One day tramp

Outdoor Ed hit the trails

by Andrew Willmott

The 13ODR classes completed a one day tramp on Wednesday.

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Year 9 Art - self portrait wood blocks

Year 9 Art

by Anna Ward

This term in Year 9 Art, we looked at German Expressionism, portraits and a form of relief print-making called a wood-cut.

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ANZAC Dawn Parade

by Richard Hall

One of our core values is Honour. To us that means honouring the past and creating positive futures. Something we often say in our school is to put your hand up to serve, not out to receive. This ANZAC Day would be a fine example of that value.

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Otago Volleyball championships

Otago Volleyball championships

by Steven Sharp

The Otago champs ran over the weekend, in which 2 OBHS teams (the blues and the whites) competed.

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Orange traffic light setting at school


As you know the country is now in the Orange traffic light setting. This means we can run assemblies next term. We are looking forward to being able to gather as a full school community again.

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Year 12 English - short stories

by Thomas Newman

The challenge was to write a short story of no more than 100 words.

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Library reading challenge

by Kate Innes

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Term 2 reading challenge

by Kate Innes

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Introduction to futsal coaching course

by Football South

Football South are considering holding an introduction to futsal coaching course next term.

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The U Shop

by U Shop

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Dental care


From Year 9 your child can be seen by a private dentist, and yes, it’s still free until their 18th birthday.

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