Iwi’s are our whole school assemblies. Under COVID Red Light settings, we are unable to join together as a whole kura, so we’ve gone online. Celebrate students success, relive Athletics Day 2022, get some Diligence tips and a bit of Literacy inspo.

Opunake High School

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Kia ora koutou,

Our Apologies on the form we sent out last night regarding our phone policy at OHS.
We will send the form so via email, and re-post it here later so that everyone can access it.

We will be looking to strengthen our policy around how phones are managed at OHS. We have noticed that student engagement, class participation, achievement and student hauora is being negatively affected due to the distraction of personal phones.
We want to ensure all of our akōnga develop positive learning skills for a successful transition into the workplace or tertiary pathway. To this end we want to support students in managing their phones in order to 'grow good people for a rapidly changing world'

Please take the time to fill in this brief form, with space for an additional response if required.

Nga mihi nui
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Hey - it wanted me to log into my google account and then didn’t have permission to fill in the form?

I can't open the form either don't have permission.

Sorry can't open the form

Exactly couldn’t do it either

OPEN DAY | 31st AUGUST

Our Open Day for future Year 9's is on the 31st August. We've just spent an awesome few days with our contributing Primary Schools and looking forward to seeing everyone later in the year.
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OPEN DAY | 31st AUGUST

Our Open Day for future Year 9s is on the 31st August. Weve just spent an awesome few days with our contributing Primary Schools and looking forward to seeing everyone later in the year.

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Jessie Freer 😁

Nga mihi nui.

They say it takes a village to raise a child, well it takes a whole community to celebrate Puanga right. It also takes an organised army of people to put it altogether and making it one to remember, a massive thank you to one and all.
Just a reminder no school tomorrow, Matariki Public Holiday!
Arohanui.
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Nga mihi nui.

They say it takes a village to raise a child, well it takes a whole community to celebrate Puanga right. It also takes an organised army of people to put it altogether and making it one to remember, a massive thank you to one and all.
Just a reminder no school tomorrow, Matariki Public Holiday!
Arohanui.

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Our very first celebration of Puanga. Top morning, beautiful warm fire, learning new waiata. Seeing the community come together to celebrate a beautiful morning, acknowledging our missed loved ones. ngā mihi ki a koutou katoa. Although we didn't stay for kai. It smelt amazing. My only regret is not taking a pic. My 2 sisters. My son, my niece my great neice and my Shavaughn. Engari, i te mau te wehi i tēnei ata. Same time next year.

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Last reminder - its our Puanga Community Celebration tomorrow! Get along at 6am to our hall & quad to join in. Everyone welcome! ... See MoreSee Less

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Last reminder - its our Puanga Community Celebration tomorrow! Get along at 6am to our hall & quad to join in. Everyone welcome!
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This video titled “D R E A M” is the first time Opunake High School has had a student submit their photography work this way, it was shot & edited entirely by Marcel – enjoy, and DREAM exactly where you are right now.

Our staff are committed to education and to the development of each students full potential.