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  • Issue Date: Thursday

    30 April 2015

    GROWING GOOD PEOPLE FOR A CHANGING WORLDGROWING GOOD PEOPLE FOR A CHANGING WORLDGROWING GOOD PEOPLE FOR A CHANGING WORLDGROWING GOOD PEOPLE FOR A CHANGING WORLD

    PRINCIPAL (Acting)PRINCIPAL (Acting)PRINCIPAL (Acting)PRINCIPAL (Acting) YEAR 11 DEANYEAR 11 DEANYEAR 11 DEANYEAR 11 DEAN GUIDANCE COUNSELLOR GUIDANCE COUNSELLOR GUIDANCE COUNSELLOR GUIDANCE COUNSELLOR

    Mr Nigel Groom Mrs Annie Macfarlane Mr Dick Wivell DEPUTY PRINCIPALDEPUTY PRINCIPALDEPUTY PRINCIPALDEPUTY PRINCIPAL YEAR 10 DEANYEAR 10 DEANYEAR 10 DEANYEAR 10 DEAN CAREERS ADVISORCAREERS ADVISORCAREERS ADVISORCAREERS ADVISOR

    Mrs Merrill Graham Mrs Lara Small Mrs Cindy Morgan YEAR 13 DEANYEAR 13 DEANYEAR 13 DEANYEAR 13 DEAN YEAR 9 DEANYEAR 9 DEANYEAR 9 DEANYEAR 9 DEAN BOT CHAIRPERSONBOT CHAIRPERSONBOT CHAIRPERSONBOT CHAIRPERSON

    Ms Sarah Grant Ms Josie Bourdon Mr Wiremu Pearson YEAR 12 DEANYEAR 12 DEANYEAR 12 DEANYEAR 12 DEAN INTERNATIONAL DEANINTERNATIONAL DEANINTERNATIONAL DEANINTERNATIONAL DEAN

    Mr Greg Kettle Ms Cheryl Brownlee

    Tamatea High SchoolTamatea High SchoolTamatea High SchoolTamatea High School

    P O Box 5055, Greenmeadows, Napier 4145

    Freyberg Avenue, Tamatea

    Ph: (06) 844 6600

    Fax: (06) 844 6601

    Email: enquiries@tamatea.school.nz

    Website: www.tamatea.school.nz

    ANZAC DAY Lest we forgetANZAC DAY Lest we forgetANZAC DAY Lest we forgetANZAC DAY Lest we forget

    Proudly representing Tamatea High School at the Taradale ANZAC serviceProudly representing Tamatea High School at the Taradale ANZAC serviceProudly representing Tamatea High School at the Taradale ANZAC serviceProudly representing Tamatea High School at the Taradale ANZAC service

  • A GLIMPSE AT THE EXCITING WORLD OF LEARNING AT TAMATEA HIGH SCHOOL

    Page 2 Tamatea High School

    PRINCIPAL’S NEWS Ka nui te mihi ki a koutou

    As Acting Principal of Tamatea High School I am constantly impressed by our school community. Our mufti day to support Deane Peters and his whanau raised $700.00. This was an outstanding effort and Deane’s whanau have asked me to pass on their gratitude and love. Deane is in Auckland with his mother Kahui and she tells me he is improving every day.

    Term One was a busy term where our young people have led the way and challenged themselves, and staff and community members have supported and celebrated successes.

    At the end of Tem One we farewelled our Principal, Nicola Ngarewa. It was a sad and emotional farewell assembly. It was great to see so many supporters of our wider school community join with our students, whanau and staff to farewell Nicola and wish her well on her next adventure.

    I would like to thank the students who represented us at the Taradale RSA ANZAC service last Saturday. I would also like to thank Kevin Murphy from Sport Hawke’s Bay for providing our school with pre-loved boots and sports shoes which they received from the wider Napier community.

    Lastly I can report that our Board of Trustees have had a number of meetings in recent weeks in preparation for advertising to find our next Principal. This position is now advertised throughout New Zealand. I will keep you informed of the progress.

    Nigel Groom

    ACTING PRINCIPALACTING PRINCIPALACTING PRINCIPALACTING PRINCIPAL

    Whaea Nicola at her farewell with Mariah and Sasha Wainohu.

    The amazing sculpture (and travelling case) presented to

    Whaea Nicola and created by Graeme Lister, our former Art

    teacher

  • Page 3 Tamatea High School

    CELEBRATING SUCCESS

    Te Whakataetae Kapa Haka rohe o Ngā Kura Tuarua O Te Matau-a-Māui, Hawke's Bay

    Secondary Schools' Kapa Haka Competitions

    Four of our senior Kapa Haka students (Mariah Wainohu, Te-

    Rina Tipuna Wilson, Tihema Douglas and Breeze Taurima) were

    given the opportunity of training with Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o

    Ngāti Kahungunu secondary school group for the Secondary

    Schools’ Kapa Haka Competitions. They trained hard, spending

    a week of the holidays and lots of weekends at Te Kura

    Kaupapa. Mariah, Te-Rina and Tihema were all chosen for the

    final competition with Breeze as a reserve. Their hard work paid

    off when Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Ngāti Kahungunu ki

    Heretaunga, Ruataniwha (Central Hawke’s Bay) and Te Rau

    Aroha (Tamatea) placed first

  • Page 4 Tamatea High School

    ANZAC — 100 years on

    We Will Remember Them

    We had a very memorable ANZAC assembly on Wednesday 22 April. Several students read poems from World War 1 soldiers and Mrs Cindy Morgan took us through the significance of a display at the Tower of London she had seen last year. It was called “Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red” and it was a display to install a ceramic poppy for every soldier killed in World War 1. 888,246 ceramic red poppies were installed around the tower, each poppy represented one British or Colonial serviceman killed in the War. (New Zealand was one of the United Kingdom’s colonies). 18,000 poppies represent New Zealanders who died fighting in World War One.

    Mrs Morgan purchased a poppy at the end of the display and presented it to Tamatea High School as a taonga and as a symbol for ANZAC day. We are proud 100 years on, to have a lasting reminder of the young men and women who died and who we remember on ANZAC day.

  • Page 5 Tamatea High School

    PROUDLY PROMOTING CONNECTED CITIZENS OF GLOBAL

    COMMUNITIES

    ANZAC Service at Taradale War Memorial

    Our students also took part in the ANZAC day services representing their out of school clubs and associations.

    Right: Releasing of Doves for Peace.

    Below: Connor Beere and bottom centre: Pyper Horton at the Taradale Memorial Service.

  • SPORTING IN STYLE

    Page 6 Tamatea High School

    Adventure Racing Adventure Racing Adventure Racing Adventure Racing ---- Ranui Farm Ranui Farm Ranui Farm Ranui Farm

    Teachers and students participating togetherTeachers and students participating togetherTeachers and students participating togetherTeachers and students participating together

  • Page 7 Tamatea High School

    SPORTS WEBSITES TO CHECK FOR DRAWS Badminton – www.badmintonhb.co.nz Senior Boys 1 – C1 Grade Senior Girls 1 – C1 Grade Senior Boys 2 – D1 Grade Senior Girls 2 – C2 Grade Junior Boys – D2 Grade Junior Girls – D1 Grade Basketball – www.basketballhawkesbay.co.nz Senior Boys – Div 2 Senior Girls – Div 2 Football – www.gksports.co.nz Senior Boys – Div 3 Senior Girls – Div 3 Junior Girls – JNR Div Netball – www.hawkesbaynetball.co.nz Tamatea A – TBC Rugby – www.hbmagpies.co.nz Secondary School Draw Ahuriri Seniors – C Grade Ahuriri Juniors – d Grade Girls Secondary School Draw Ahuriri Squash – www.squasheastern.co.nz Tamatea High School

    Jumble Sale Saturday 30th May In June/July 2016 a group of 12 students and Ms Brownlee, teacher, are planning to go to Japan on a language and cultural tour.

    The group has started fund-raising and on Saturday 30 May from 2pm – 4pm in the school auditorium they are having a Jumble Sale. They are asking that you donate clean, used clothes, shoes and toys for us to sell at this event. There will also be a baking sale and a sausage sizzle available.

    Come along and support us and grab yourself a bargain.

    Netball TeamNetball TeamNetball TeamNetball Team

    PATU - Fitness Training

    National Waka Ama Girls’ Team

  • Page 8 Tamatea High School

    UPCOMING EVENTS Sunday 3rd MaySunday 3rd MaySunday 3rd MaySunday 3rd May ................................................................ Tamatea/Onekawa Community Planning Tamatea/Onekawa Community Planning Tamatea/Onekawa Community Planning Tamatea/Onekawa Community Planning ............................................................................................................................................................................................ meeting at Onekawa Primary Schoolmeeting at Onekawa Primary Schoolmeeting at Onekawa Primary Schoolmeeting at Onekawa Primary School

    Monday 4th MayMonday 4th MayMonday 4th MayMonday 4th May ........................................................ Incubator Programme at Hawke’s Bay DHBIncubator Programme at Hawke’s Bay DHBIncubator Programme at Hawke’s Bay DHBIncubator Programme at Hawke’s Bay DHB

    Tuesday 5th MayTuesday 5th MayTuesday 5th MayTuesday 5th May ........................................................ Board of Trustees meeting at 5pmBoard of Trustees meeting at 5pmBoard of Trustees meeting at 5pmBoard of Trustees meeting at 5pm

    Saturday 9th MaySaturday 9th MaySaturday 9th MaySaturday 9th May .................................................... Wearable Creations Competition in WaipawaWearable Creations Competition in WaipawaWearable Creations Competition in WaipawaWearable Creations Competition in Waipawa

    Monday 11th MayMonday 11th MayMonday 11th MayMonday 11th May ................................................ Year 11 Alcohol Expo at Pettigrew Green ArenaYear 11 Alcohol Expo at Pettigrew Green ArenaYear 11 Alcohol Expo at Pettigrew Green Arena