NCEA Workshops in classrooms
Monday 28 July at 6.15pm
How NCEA works - presentation for parents/boys and a question and answer session
SENIOR EDUCATION FORUM
Monday 28 July at 7pm in school library
Study skills, manage projects, time management, tertiary entry
SENIOR PARENT INTERVIEWS
Wednesday 30 July from 4.00pm – 8.00pm in WBHS Hall
This is designed for Seniors only who particularly need to see a teacher. To make a booking please go to the website www.schoolinterviews.co.nz and enter the event code 5UFDJ. Alternatively, you can phone the school office on 430 4170 to make a booking.
Thursday 31 July – early close 1.30pm to allow core teachers of Year 9 and 10 classes to meet with their Year Level Deans to discuss progress of students in each of those core classes. This early close of 1.30pm will be repeated again on Thursday 7 August.
Boys who regularly get collected, and bus boys, will be supervised until normal closing time 3.10pm. The Library will be open for study.
SMOKEFREE ROCKQUEST SUCCESS!!!
Congratulations to Co-Lab (Jesse Samu (bass), Jimmy Kay (Lead), James Ross (drums), Austyn Mills (keyboard, trumpet, backing vocals), Josh Crawford (lead vocal) and KHS student (and WBHS Old Boy) Toban Taylor (rhythm, and vocal) for winning the Northland Smokefree Rockquest final on Friday 4 July. A brilliant effort.
Congratulations also to Austyn Mills in winning the Mainz Musicianship Award, with the opportunity to be selected for a national scholarship.
BIG SING SUCCESS!!
Congratulations to two of our three Choirs who performed so well at the recent Big Sing at Forum North (Mon 9 June)
The Testostertones, and the Carruth Choir share the trophy for the Most Entertaining Song - Testostertones for "Heartbreak Hotel", and Carruth for ‘Little White Bull’’.
Commiserations to the Black Jackets Choir for narrowly missing out on also receiving a trophy!
SGCNZ Young Shakespeare Company 2015
Congratulations to Tim Atkins, Jonathan Leftley, and Stan Hallett-Pullen who have been selected to attend the Young Shakespeare Company's holiday workshops where the company who will then go on to the Globe in London, is chosen. Congratulations to Ms Pope and her senior students; they have done WBHS proud.
The selection of these young men follows on from our recent success at the National Sheila Winn Shakespeare Competition, held in Wellington over Queen’s Birthday Weekend.