by Kirsten Dell-Hartgers

Important Notices

Shirley Man Ceremony for Year 13 Leavers

Friday 30th October - 3.00-4.30pm in the SBHS School hall. Nibbles and refreshments provided. Full school uniform to be worn and parents are of course welcome. This combined event has replaced the traditional graduation ceremony, so all leavers are expected. There will be cultural and musical performances, guest speakers and every departing Year 13 student will be acknowledged.

Uniform Shop

The uniform shop has now opened onsite.  This is the only supplier of our new uniform. It will be open on the following days and times.

OPEN HOURS | Term 4 - School days

12th - 30th October:

  • Mondays                   1.05pm - 2.00pm  (closed Labour Day, Monday 26/10)
  • Tuesdays                   1.05pm - 2.00pm
  • Wednesdays           1.05pm - 2.00pm
  • Thursdays                1.25pm - 4.00pm
  • Fridays                       12.40pm - 1.15pm
  • Saturdays                 CLOSED unless stated below

02nd November - 12th December:

  • Mondays                 1.05pm - 2.00pm
  • Tuesdays                 CLOSED
  • Wednesdays         CLOSED
  • Thursdays              1.25pm - 4.00pm
  • Fridays                    CLOSED
  • Saturdays               CLOSED unless stated below

*Hours may be subject to change.

The shop will be closed on Public Holidays and Teacher only days.

OPEN HOURS | Saturdays during Term 4

DAY                          DATE                                           OPENING HOURS

Saturday                 7 November 2015                9.30am - 12.00pm

Saturday                5 December 2015                 9.30am - 12.00pm

Please click on the PDF below for the price list.

Te Ōraka Whānau Committee, 2015

· To foster quality engagement between the school and its Maori Community in order to improve Maori achievement.

· To improve the well being of Maori students by building safe, supportive, inclusive communication between school, management and Maori students with the school.

At the Whanau Committee hui held on Tuesday 25th August we discussed a number of ideas that we would like to see happening at Shirley Boys High School (SBHS). Afterwards, the Board of Trustees (BOT) invited the Whanau Committee to a dinner where we enjoyed getting to know some of the BOT members.

We welcome parents and whanau of SBHS to come and share ideas and views on how we can best meet the needs of our Maori students and their families; to assist in Maori related activities; to contribute to and promote student awareness and pride of cultural identity. The Whanau Committee meets one or two times a term in a low key collaborative setting.

For more information and to express an interest in this, please contact:

Jamyn Keats or Joseph Houghton by leaving a message at the school office.