Occupational Outlook - FREE APP for students
Occupation Outlook 2014 has launched a free mobile App that can be downloaded at the iTUNES store. The App provides instant and easy access to the latest career information and is designed to help students, and their families, make well-informed career choices.
The free app provides instant New Zealand-specific information on the likely incomes, qualification options and costs, and job prospects for 50 key occupations, compiled from the annual Occupation Outlook report, which is aligned to the Vocational Pathways.
Download the free APP here
Please pay particular attention to the letter from the Ministry of Health sent to all school Principals regarding the measles outbreak
Teacher Only Day (all Northland Secondary Schools) Friday 21 March
(to allow e-learning professional development)
although school will remain open, no regular classes will be taught
NZQA Special Assessment Condition Applications
If you wish to make further enquiries regarding Special Assessment Conditions, please contact Miranda Shackell (Special Education Needs Co-ordinator at WBHS) ph 430 3170 ext 748 by the 8 March. Please make certain that your application for such 'special assistance' is made by the 10 March.
Congratulations to Manu Scott-Arrieta who took out the under-16 boys division at the Surfing New Zealand National Scholastic Surfing Championships last week at Piha. Scott-Arrieta led his Northland team home with a last-minute wave in the tense final. Manu is one of the 12 surfers named in the New Zealand Surfing Team to compete in the 2014 Vissla ISA World Junior Surfing championship in Ecuador from April 5-13. He is the only Northland surfer named in the team.
Congratulations to our 2 Scholarship winners:
Jack Hamilton (Biology, Chemistry, Physics) and
Matthew Brown (Statistics & Modelling, Calculus)
and to all boys who recently received their Academic Colours (Levels 1, 2) as a result of their recent NCEA examination success.