It has been a year like no other, one where the disruptions of Term 2 and 3 will set this year as unlike any other in our history.
It is with terrible sadness that we mark the passing of Kimalyn Smith after school finished this year. Kimalyn was a bright and popular Year 12 student who was proud both of her Tokelauan and Māori heritage.
As a school we will mark her passing with a ceremony when we meet again in 2021.
Our most heartfelt thoughts and deepest prayers are with her whānau at this time.
I hope that we are all able to have a decent break over the summer holidays. It seems like Term 4 has been particularly hectic, so a well-deserved rest is certainly what we all need.
Please stay safe over the summer.
Kia kaha, Kia toa, Kia manawanui
He waka eke noa