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Hawke’s Bay secondary schools proudly introduce the Leaders in their Schools for 2018. These students have been recognised for their strengths, responsibilities and leadership skills.

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Hastings Girls High School .....................................................................................................3 508 Pakowhai Road Frimley Hastings www.hastingsgirls.com Hastings Boys High School ................................................................................................. 4/5 800 Karamu Road Akina Hastings www.hbhs.school.nz Dannevirke High School .........................................................................................................6 Grant Street Dannevirke www.dannevirke.school.nz Tamatea High School................................................................................................................7 61 Freyberg Avenue Tamatea Napier www.tamatea.school.nz

Embracing success In this publication we celebrate the achievements of our students who have been selected for their leadership ability, who have been recognized for their strengths and also their potential. The rate at which our world changes seems to increase with each passing day, it’s difficult to keep up, and with it expectations for our young people to achieve increase. Young people of today need to be resilient.They are expected to be high performers, withstand the many stresses of life and have a clear idea about their future whether they chose tertiary study or opt for a more skills based career path. Social media can unrealistically raise expectations and increase anxiety by presenting the image that all young people are beautiful, well liked, successful and are always having fun. However, in spite of the considerable pressures in contemporary life there are many examples of high achievers in our schools and colleges. School leaders, dux, prefects and head students are selected not just in academic streams but also for cultural, community, arts and service groups.They are achievers not afraid of hard work but they are also taking on the responsibility of leading their peers by example. Join us in reading about, and celebrating the success, of the Hawke’s Bay school leaders of 2018.

Lindisfarne College ............................................................................................................... 8/9 600 Pakowhai Road Frimley Hastings www.lindisfarne.school.nz Flaxmere College ................................................................................................................... 10 Henderson Road Flaxmere Hastings www.flaxmerecollege.co.nz William Colenso College ..................................................................................................... 11 Arnold Street Onekawa Napier www.colenso.school.nz Taradale High School........................................................................................................12/13 50 Murphy Road Taradale Napier www.ths.school.nz Napier Boys High School ................................................................................................14/15 Chambers Street Napier www.nbhs.school.nz Napier Girls High School ................................................................................................16/17 Clyde Road Bluff Hill Napier www.nghs.school.nz Havelock North High School .........................................................................................18/19 153 Te Mata Road Havelock North www.hnhs.school.nz Sacred Heart College............................................................................................................ 20 12 Convent Road Bluff Hill Napier www.sacredheartnapier.school.nz St John’s College..................................................................................................................... 21 Jervois Street Mayfair Hastings www.stjohns.school.nz Woodford House..............................................................................................................22/23 Iona Road Havelock North www.woodford.school.nz Wairoa College....................................................................................................................... 24 Lucknow Street Wairoa www.wairoacollege.school.nz Iona College ............................................................................................................................ 25 42 Lucknow Road Havelock North www.iona.school.nz Hastings Christian School .................................................................................................... 26 Copeland Road Hastings www.hcs.school.nz Central Hawke’s Bay College .............................................................................................. 27 Tavistock Road Waipukurau www.chb.school.nz St Joseph’s Maori Girls College........................................................................................... 29 25 Osier Road Greenmeadows Napier www.sjmgc.school.nz

Hello all, I’d like to offer my congratulations to all of the student leaders in Hawke’s Bay. It’s inspiring to see so many of our young people embracing leadership across a wide range of areas.Whether it be in the arts, sport, academic pursuit or any other field, leadership is important. Not only do these young people have the opportunity to express themselves as emerging leaders and to stretch and grow, they take on the responsibility of guiding, and setting the bar for others.

Te Aute College ...................................................................................................................... 31 100 SH 2 Pukehou Central Hawke’s Bay www.teaute.maori.nz

As Minister of Education I want to hear more from our young leaders.The decisions we take around the shape of our education system will have a big impact on their futures and it’s important their voices are heard.

Hukurere Girls College ........................................................................................................ 33 17 Shaw Road Eskdale Napier www.hukurere.ac.nz

I strongly encourage all young New Zealanders to engage in the wide-ranging discussion we will be having this year about the future of our education system. It’s a great opportunity to share ideas and plan for the future.

Totara College ........................................................................................................................ 34 3 Ruahine Street Dannevirke www.totaracollege.school.nz

I would also like to commend NZME for creating this platform to showcase the strong culture, vitality and diversity that are so evident in schools across the Hawke’s Bay region.

Karamu High School.............................................................................................................. 35 Windsor Avenue Hastings www.karamu.school.nz

Hawke’s Bay will be rightfully proud of its schools and emerging leaders.The future of the region, and New Zealand, looks to be in great hands. Warm regards, Chris Hipkins, Minister of Education.


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Prefects 2018 Back Row: Isaiah Panirau, Daniel Hanna, Sachan Dadrah, Dylan Carrington, Hamish Bogard-Allan, D’Andre Wilson-McGee, Aidan Robson Front Row: Mr G Barrett (Deputy Principal), John Sali (Cultural Captain), Joey Field (Head Boy), Mr R G Sturch (Headmaster), Adam McMillan (Deputy Head Boy). Ihaka Tangaroa (Sports Captain), Mr M Hayes (Year 13 Dean)

Joey Field Head Boy

Joey attended Havelock North Primary and then Havelock North Intermediate. He followed in his brothers’ footsteps and started at Hastings Boys’ High School. He has achieved Excellence Endorsement at NCEA levels 1 and 2. This year he aims to achieve NCEA level 3 with Excellence Endorsement as well as passing a Scholarship paper.

Adam attended Lucknow Primary School for the first 6 years of his school life, moving onto Havelock North Intermediate for 2 years, until finally enrolling at Hastings Boys’ High School to start his 5 year journey through high school. This proved to be a good choice as he has achieved much on the sporting field and in the classroom.

After leaving school Joey plans to attend Waikato University and will continue working towards making the New Zealand Under 19 team for the 2020 Cricket World Cup in South Africa. Joey is a passionate cricketer and has represented the Central Districts cricket under 17 team and Mens’ A team, as well as the Hawke’s Bay representative team.

Adam has attained NCEA Level 1 Excellence Endorsement and level 2 Merit Endorsement respectively. He has also represented Hawke’s Bay in Hockey and has won regional oratory events, which led him to represent the school on the national stage for oratory.

As Head Boy I aim to encourage every boy to embrace who they are and where they’ve come from and also to strive for excellence in everything they do in order to reach their full potential.

Adam McMillan Deputy Head Boy

Adam is also the Student Representative on the Board of Trustees.

Ihaka started his schooling at Pakipaki School then moved to -ori o Nga -ti Kahungungu Ki Heretaunga. Te Kura Kaupapa Ma It was halfway through year 9 he finally moved to Hastings Boys’ High and began his journey.

John began his schooling at Ebbett Park and then moved to Peterhead School. He came to Hastings Boys’ High School in Year 9 to continue his life journey and to follow in the footsteps of many of his Polynesian brothers.

This proved to be a great choice for Ihaka which can be seen in the results he has achieved both in and out of class. Ihaka has achieved Merit Endorsement in both NCEA Levels 1 and 2.

He is very proud to have been made Cultural Captain for 2018 and hopes to inspire the young Polynesian and Ma-ori students to be the best they can be while still being themselves, and teaching them to be proud of their culture.

His goal as Sports Captain this year is to not only encourage students to participate in a sport but also to be respectful on and off the pitch to the opposition, referees and teachers.

Ihaka Tangaroa Sports Captain

With Adam’s position this year as Deputy Head Boy he is hoping to continue building a strong connection between the school’s different year levels in order to maintain the school’s brotherhood ideals.

On leaving school Ihaka hopes to join the NZ Navy as a diver, and to travel the world.

John Sali Cultural Captain

John is a keen and talented volleyball player, representing Hawke’s Bay in U15, U17 and U20 age group teams. He is in the New Zealand Development Squad, the New Zealand Island Team and is the Captain of the school’s senior A team. John hopes to study to become a teacher and will attend Victoria University of Wellington next year.


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HASTINGS BOYS’ HIGH SCHOOL

Hastings Boys’ High School has been prominent in education in Hawke’s Bay for well over a century in providing curriculum and teaching methods where boys are able to develop into fine young men. We understand that all boys have leadership ability and potential and we see it as one of our school goals to develop this part of their character. R G Sturch, B. Ed., Dip Tchng, M. Ed Admin (Hons)

Akina Honours Blazers are awarded to students who have achieved Colours across three areas from Leadership, Academic, Sport or the Arts. Hastings Boys’ High School aims to recognise excellence across a whole range of activities with a view to confirming the pursuit of excellence and building self esteem in students.

Cambridge IGCSE Students: Hastings Boys’ High School offers the opportunity for gifted students to extend themselves through the IGCSE Cambridge Programme. It gives students the chance to sit these internationally recognised examinations alongside over one million people from over one hundred different countries.

NCEA Merit and Excellence Endorsements: Hastings Boys’ High School is proud of the growth in Merit and Excellence Endorsements in the NCEA examinations. The endorsement system offers students an incentive to work to the best of their ability and to be recognised for their achievements. Many of these students will go on to be future leaders of our school.

Aidan Robson House Captain (Te Kahu)

Connor Rahui-Catley House Captain (Te Mata)

D’Andre Wilson-McGhee House Captain (Manu Huia)

James Green House Captain (Heretaunga)

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DANNEVIRKE HIGH SCHOOL

Producing High Quality Leaders For 114 years Our current school leaders are the latest in a proud history of high achievers who have led in their ďŹ elds in educational, cultural, community, sporting and academic leadership since 1903. Values: Respect, Responsibility, Accountability Student Leadership Development: At Dannevirke High School, students are supported through a dedicated leadership development programme. This starts off as early as Year 9, when students are exposed to Student Council activities. Special programmes have been developed for Sports Captains, Peer Support Leaders as well as Peer Mentors.

Prefect Blazer Presentation

Head Girl and Head Boy Sarah Smith and Aaron Herbert

Deputy Head Girl and Head Boy Jordyn Lowe and Josh Prince

Nikayla Deacon Student B.o.T Rep

Lucy Berkahn Grant House Captain

Year 13 Leadership Camp

Chris Stuart MacDonald House Captain

Caleb Shuker Paulsen House Captain

DANNEVIRKE HIGH SCHOOL

Stacey Drummond Simmers House Captain

www.dannevirkehigh.school.nz | admin@dannevirkehigh.school.nz | Phone: 06 374 8302


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INTRODUCING OUR SENIOR LEADERS FOR 2018

Back Row: Curtis McOnie (Head Boy), Deane Peters, Justin Barbarich Front Row: Ben Tristram, Kelson McKay (Deputy Head Boy), Shiann Buckman, Lea Etimani, Mikaylah Selby (Head Girl), Pyper Horton (Deputy Head Girl), Chelsea Keith and Principal Mr Robin Fabish

GROWING GOOD PEOPLE FOR A CHANGING WORLD www.tamatea.school.nz

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LINDISFARNE COLLEGE Possible starts here.

Introducing our

COLLEGE PREFECTS

HEAD PREFECT

Daniel Livingston

DEPUTY HEAD Jack Beattie

HEAD OF BOARDING Jordan Hardie

CHAPEL Alex Ackerman-Hart

ACADEMIC Robert Du Toit

ACADEMIC Joe Ward

SERVICE Patrick Nolan

CULTURAL Kees Albers-Connolly

CULTURAL Jared Pullar

SPORT Freddie Gibson

SPORT Fergus White

OPEN DAY, Saturday March 24 9am - 12.30pm

www.lindisfarne.school.nz/open-day


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LEADERS 2018 READY TO INSPIRE It is my honour to be the Head Prefect of Lindisfarne College for 2018. My father and two older brothers both attended the College, and they share my pride in being the family’s first full College prefect.

YEAR 7&8 Henry Mirams

YEAR 7&8 Tom Scott

During my 5 years as a full boarder at Lindisfarne I have made many friends, both on the sports field playing for the 1st XV and in the classroom with my peers. I am also proud to be part of a college that has inspirational people: talented teachers, inspirational coaches, leadership mentors, compassionate boarding and support staff who genuinely care for the boys. Our prefect team are committed to continuing the good work of former prefects, both as good role models and as accessible leaders, whether it be during House events, tutor time, in the classroom, Chapel Services or simply sitting with the younger boys at mealtimes to get to know them better.

AIDAN Cole Grace

CUTHBERT Tom Charteris

Recently I spoke of courage, one of our 6 character traits, at our Pilgrimage Walk from Iona to Lindisfarne. I encouraged our new students to take a leap of faith and try something new, something that will take them out of their comfort zone – I know from experience that Lindisfarne offers a tremendous number of opportunities. I wish all the schools’ Prefect teams across Hawke’s Bay every success in their year ahead. Daniel Livingston Head Prefect

ACADEMIC RESULTS 2017 DURHAM Tait Wylie

OSWALD Jon Karlsson

NZQA SCHOLARSHIPS • • • •

20 Scholarships 2 Outstanding scholarships 9 different subjects 9 students, 1 from Year 12

NCEA Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 UE

95.9% 94.1% 94.1% 83.8%

Participation-based.

INTERNATIONAL Maika Nasilasila

Boarding and Day enrolments are open for 2019 and beyond www.lindisfarne.school.nz/open-day

70% of our students received endorsements at Level 1, 2 or 3 with either merit or excellence.

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Flaxmere College Student Success is the Only Option!

Student Leadership Team 2018

Back (L to R) Mathew Baker, Adam Ioane, Darius Tuhiwai, Wilray Price, Dillon Malton, Paora Gemmell, Matekairoa Butler. Front (L to R) Sharma Moss, Quantum Peni-Karaitiana, Vika Molipeli, Tarapine Ngawhika-Foote, Faith Gill, Jessica Mitchell.

Head Boy: Adam Ioane

Head Girl: Sharma Moss

Deputy Head Boy: Matekairoa Butler

Deputy Head Girl: Faith Gill

Primary School: Bridge Pa Career Path: Mechatronics

Primary School: Porritt School Career Path: Hotel Management

Primary School: Irongate School Career Path: Law

Primary School: Flaxmere Primary Career Path: Physiotherapy

Achieving Educational Excellence We asked our student leaders what made Flaxmere College a special place for them … “It’s warm and welcoming atmosphere and the immense support and encouragement that the staff provide to the students” – Adam Ioane “Our school is so accepting of everyone. We are inclusive and embrace diversity” – Sharma Moss “The positive environment and bond that exists between students and staff” – Vika Molipeli

Henderson Road, Flaxmere, Hastings | Phone: (06) 879 9833 | www.flaxmerecollege.co.nz

STUDENT SUCCESS IS THE ONLY OPTION


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WILLIAM COLENSO COLLEGE QUALITY CO-EDUCATION FOR YEARS 7-13 Aspire, Act, Achieve - Wawatatia, Mahia, Ekea

Developing and nurturing student leadership was a key element to William Colenso College winning the Prime Minister’s Education Award Excellence in Leading in 2017. Students lead in many different ways, from cultural events like whole school powhiri and whanau hui to coaching our Year 7 and 8 sports teams. Our Senior Student Leaders are ready to take on the challenge in 2018 and have an understanding of leadership being bestowed on them by their peers and the school community. Ehara taku toa i te toa takitahi, engari he toa takitini. My strength is not mine alone, but comes from the many. Back Row: Chrystal Wairepo (Academic Leader), Georgia Wairepo (Waikamaka House Captain), Myia Ratima (Tupari House Captain), Skylir Chang (International Leader), Makesha Tutaki (Student Support Leader). Middle Row: Sheridan Ihaia-Rogers (International Leader), Ramona Collins (Sports Leader), Anton Lolagi (Sports Leader), Kyia Butcher (Academic Leader), Lee Rangitaawa (Remutupo House Captain). Front Row: Faith Osborne (Cultural Leader), Oceana Powell-Nepia (Deputy Head Leader/Maropea House Captain), Michelle Kirkpatrick (Head Girl), Brandon Cudby (Head Boy), Akacia Collins (Deputy Head Girl), Cassiopeia Harrison (Cultural Leader).

Arnold Street, Onekawa, Napier | Phone 831 0180 | www.colenso.school.nz

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Congratulations to our Leaders for 2018

Heads of School: Luke Lafferty, Julia Hilterscheid, (Heads) Marcus Hurst, Aimee Brooker (Deputies) Heads of Houses:

Tareha: Corbin Challis, Maddi McIntyre

Hetley: Caitlin desLandes, Jeremy Tonks

Miller: Kareena Annan, Zac Madsen

Kaiwhata: Nikita Binnie, Ethan Turner

Heads of Peer Support and Careers Ambassadors: Lainey Nielsen, Tamara Carlson, Tim Scott, Kate Smith

Board of Trustees Rep and Head of Communications: Paige van der Meent

Head of Environment Jess Clegg

Heads of Functions: Casey Yarrall, Paige Hunt, Zara Keighley


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Heads of Academic: Jodie Davies, Finn Crabtree

Heads of International: Gerelt-Od Zundui, Yunji Kim

Heads of Drama: Brienna Nelson, Koyana Shastri

Heads of Sport: Quin McPike, Casey Hales

Heads of Wellbeing: Hannah Pugh, Jess Clegg, Saphia Webley

Heads of Technology (IT) Alicia Notley, Timothy Stevenson Newton Chan

Head of Technology (Hard Materials) Dylan Grant

Heads of Community Welfare: Briney Flay, Melissa Hadfield, Georgia Nilsen

Heads of Maori: Hannah Pugh, Saphia Webley

Leadership for a better world tomorrow, begins by providing genuine leadership opportunities to our young people today. Providing leadership opportunities today, begins by selecting genuine leaders whose personal example has positively motivated others in the past. We are blessed with an astonishing number of student leaders who can motivate by example, with integrity, and through team work. I wish every one of them all the best for 2018. Stephen Hensman Heads of Arts and Music: Lillian Coumbe, Josh Jamieson Claudia Chittenden

Principal

BRINGING OUT THE BEST IN EACH OTHER

Taradale High School

Be determined. Aim high. Piki ake. Kia maia.

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NAPIER BOYS’ School Leaders 2018 Headboy – Max Simcox

Deputy Headboy – Oskar Lynch

• 141 NCEA level one credits with excellence endorsement • 138 NCEA level two credits with excellence endorsement • Super 8 Football – First in 2017 • Futsal – second in national championships 2016 and 2017

• 156 NCEA level one credits, with excellence endorsement • 134 NCEA level two credits, with excellence endorsement • 44 NCEA level three credits from Year 12 • Rugby South African tour 2018 • Peter Blake expedition to the Kermadec Islands.

Prefects 2018

Back Row: Joshua Gimblett, Hamish Rybinski, Jackson Ranapiri, Tomairangi Henare, Henry Knight, Matthew Tattersall, Thomas McDermott Middle Row: Tiaki Fabish, Joseph Twigg, Archie Elliott, George Perry, Oliver Burns, Joel Restieaux Front row: Connor Molloy, Max Anderson, Oskar Lynch, Max Simcox, Tawhiwhi Watson, Kegan Christian – Goss, Findlay Campbell Absent: Nicholas Wright

Sporting Leaders Mason Lowe – Hockey • NCEA level 1 and 2 with excellence • 1st XI Hockey 2016, 2017, 2018. Captain 2018 • Under 18 Hawkes Bay Hockey representative

Joshua Gimblett - Rugby • NCEA level 1 and 2 with excellence • 1st XV Rugby 2016, 2017, 2018 • Hawkes Bay representative Rugby under 14, under 16 • Hurricanes under 17, under 18 Rugby camp

Thomas McDermott – Canoe Polo

A Winning Culture

• NCEA level 1 and 2 with excellence • Senior A Canoe Polo 2016, 2017, 2018 • Hawkes Bay Canoe Polo representative 2016, 2017, 2018

Raine Horton • NCEA level 1 and 2 • Senior A Volleyball 2016, 2017, 2018 • Hawkes Bay representative in Volleyball under 15, under 17, under 21

Amos Plumpton – Orienteering • NCEA level 1 and 2 with excellence • NZQA Scholarship in Geography from Year 12 • Placings at Hawkes Bay and National Orienteering championships 2017

EXCELLENCE IN ACADEMIC, SPORTING AND


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HIGH SCHOOL Academic Leaders 2018

Left to right: Jacob Eyles, Magnus Larbi, Nicholas Wright, Hamish Rybinski and Sebastian Ayson MacFarlane Nicholas Wright

Jacob Eyles

• NCEA level one excellence endorsed with 144 excellence credits

• NCEA level one excellence endorsed with excellence 99 excellence credits

• NCEA level two excellence endorsed with 141 excellence credits

• NCEA level two excellence endorsed with excellence 109 excellence credits

• Already has NCEA level three with excellence from Year 12

• Already has NCEA level three with excellence from Year 12

• Level three Calculus, Physics and Chemistry all endorsed with excellence in Year 12

• Level three Physics and Chemistry all endorsed with excellence in Year 12

• NZQA Scholarships in Chemistry and Outstanding Scholarship in Physics from Year 12

• NZQA Scholarships in Chemistry and Geography from Year 12

Magnus Larbi

Sebastian Ayson MacFarlane

Hamish Rybinski

• NCEA level one excellence endorsed with excellence 87 excellence credits

• NCEA level one excellence endorsed with excellence 97 excellence credits

• NCEA level one excellence endorsed with excellence 84 excellence credits

• NCEA level two excellence endorsed with excellence 115 excellence credits

• NCEA level two excellence endorsed with excellence 105 excellence credits

• NCEA level two excellence endorsed with excellence 79 excellence credits

• Already has 28 excellence credits from NCEA level three

• Already has 32 excellence credits from NCEA level three

• Already has 33 excellence credits from NCEA level three

• Level three Physics endorsed with excellence in Year 12

• Level two Accounting, Chemistry, Economics and English endorsed with excellence

• Level three Statistics endorsed with excellence in Year 12

• NZQA Scholarship in Geography

Cultural Excellence Harry Champion

• Smokefree Rockquest – Elephant room • Lead in Napier Boys’ and Girls’ Major Production – Rock of Ages • Senior Drama and Theatre Sports • Chess – Hawkes Bay champions and placed 6th at Nationals • NCEA level one and two endorsed with excellence

Tomairangi Henare

• Lead in Napier Boys’ and Girls’ Major Production – Grease 2016 • Napier Boys’ High barbershop • Project Prima Volta • Member of chorus in Opera Madame Butterfly • NCEA level one and two endorsed with excellence

Tawhiwhi Watson

• Senior A Debating • Most promising debater trophy • Winners of Plate Debate • NCEA level one and two endorsed with excellence

Ben Cornes – Year 12

• Trinity Music Grade 8 Rock and Pop • Smokefree Rockquest – Critical theory • Chamber Music • Barbershop • NCEA level 1 with 49 excellence credits

CULTURAL EXCELLENCE FOR YOUNG MEN

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FROM LEFT; Jessica Chrystal (Hostel Prefect), Manarangi McLachlan (Deputy Head Prefect), Hannah Rawnsley (Head Prefect), Dawn Ackroyd (Principal), Ella Simcox (Deputy Head Prefect), Tessa Poulton (Hostel Prefect), Faalaa Sau (Vaine Toa Pasifika Prefect), Te Waia Nuku (Manu Taki)

Napier Girls’ High School 2018 Leaders

SPORTS PREFECTS Maddison Tabuteau (Deputy), Georgia Kittow (Head)

GOLD HOUSE PREFECTS Ella Henderson and Rosalia Samia

FUTURES PREFECT Carolyne Nel

STUDENT SUPPORT PREFECT Isabella Holt

RED HOUSE PREFECTS Rebecca Irons and Paige Wills

GREEN HOUSE PREFECTS Maggie Pedersen and Lily Manson

ICT PREFECTS Tayla Lindsay and Ursula Lee

SCHOLARSHIP PREFECT Francesca Gross

LEARNING PREFECT Sara Dooney

BLUE HOUSE PREFECTS Bella Herbison and Ella Daly

PERFORMING ARTS PREFECTS Baileigh Southon (Drama), Sophie St Clair (Music), Lily Trow (Dance)

ENVIRONMENTAL PREFECT Lauren Crawford-Flett

EVENTS PREFECTS Jess Dean and Arela Jiang


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E hara raku toa, i te toa takitahi, he toa takitini My strength is not as an individual but as a collective Whanaungatanga Relationships & connections

Manaakitanga Belief in & care for each other

Inspiration from the past, learning, contributing, empowering for today and tomorrow

www.nghs.school.nz

Every girl having fun while developing her full academic and all-round potential

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Havelock North High School Aim to excel - Whaia te iti kahurangi The leadership programme at HNHS is designed to sit alongside our broad-based curriculum. We acknowledge the emerging trend in leadership away from the “leader�as a figure sitting above, and commanding others in an authoritative manner. Such a model often casts a shadow over other students, who may also have leadership potential and aspirations.

Head Girl Ella Hoogerbrug Head Boy Jamie Cornes

of student committees are responsible for various initiatives which contribute to the life of the school. Formal leadership positions are distributed amongst year 13 House and Committee leaders, while numerous other year 13 students embrace the culture of servant leadership through their contribution to the peer support of our year 9 students.

We therefore encourage all of our students to Greg Fenton develop the confidence to lead, by working Principal hard, showing initiative and encouraging others. Instead of a small group of autonomous prefects, a number

Board of Trustees Student Representative Oscar Treadwell

Year 13 Committee Leaders Community Services Environmental

Year 13 House Leaders

Tainui House

Kauri House

Sophie Hooper & William Kimber

Courtney Ellingham-Prebble & Jasper Blokker

Miro House

Rata House

Finlay Keip & Jemma Burdon

Grace Jones & Thomas Pohio

Year 13 - 2018

Jonty Godfrey & Rebecca Jackson

Nina Blair & James Ford

Taiohi Tu

Sport

Lucy Kingi & Meihana Jennings

Jenna Tidswell & Thomas Culham

S.A.D.D.

Cultural

School Services

Academic

International

Siobhan Dodd & Jack Hulls

Lizzie Harvey & Drew Olsen (absent)

Marleen Slabbekoorn & Kendyll Miller (absent)

Mitchell Beserra & Imke Kitchin

Thomas Mackenzie, Nesta Lade & Yuto Kuki

2018 OPEN EVENING

28th March, 2018

Evening starts at 6.00pm

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SACRED HEART COLLEGE ‘Hearts and Minds in Harmony’

Congratula!ons to our 2018 Student Leaders. At Sacred Heart College we strive to create many leadership opportuni!es throughout the year. All students are encouraged to work hard, become confident young women, show ini!a!ve and empower those around them. We are built on strong values, which enables personal excellence in a mentoring environment where individuals are known and respected. Being a leader means that students have opportuni!es both inside and outside the classroom to learn and develop academically, socially and spiritually. Maria Neville-Foster (Principal), Grace Burrell (Head Girl), Ella White Shaw (Deputy Head Girl) and Brynne Hey (Deputy Head Girl)

We wish all our leaders every success for the coming year.

Cultural Leaders

House Leaders

Turama Kelly Kirara Tieka

Jazmyn Poppelwell, Brynne Hey, Samantha Anderson and Monica Cacho Bevin

Special Character Leaders

Jessica Te Moananui Alexandra Anderson Ella White Shaw

Community Leaders

Arts Leaders

Sport Leaders

Academic Leaders

Jemma Greenhill Pypah McGregor

Sophie Hammond Olivia Adegoke

Alena Kamper Morgan Fraser

Reagan Dunphy Ella Harkness

Scholarships available for 2019 www.sacredheartnapier.school.nz and find us on Facebook @sacredheartnapier


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SCHOOL LEADERS 2018

Phillip Halpin Head Boy

Sione Roberts Deputy Head Boy

Paul Mauga Deputy Head Boy

PREFECTS: Back Row: Michael Cugley, Patrick Muldowney, Paul Mauga (Deputy Head Boy), Sione Roberts (Deputy Head Boy) Thomas Brady, Jack Gardner, Alex Onesi Front Row: Phillip Halpin (Head Boy), Kadyn Newport, Teina Pearcey, Keegan Milne, Christopher Dove, Kody Ward, Caleb Thompson, Jaden MofďŹ tt

OUTSTANDING 2017 ACADEMIC RESULTS Participation Based: Roll Based:

Kody Ward Academic Leader

Level 1 98.6% 96.1%

Caleb Thompson Sporting Leader

Level 2 97.2% 95.9%

Teina Pearcey Cultural Leader

Level 3 95.0% 92.1%

Alex Onesi Spiritual Leader

For more information visit: stjohns.school.nz or follow us on facebook

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Mya Williams (House Leader), Devine Tavai-Waitoa (House Leader), Jake Forrest-Pain (Deputy Head Boy), Taurion Colquhoun (Head Boy), Jo-Anne Vennell (Principal), Hinehea-Rose Keil (Head ead Girl), Mya Mataki (Deputy Head ead Girl), Lauralee Bramley (House Leader), Hayley Mitchell (House Leader) Hinehea-Rose Keil Head Girl

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Taurion Colquhoun Head Boy

Sports Portfolio

Mya Mataki Deputy Head Girl

Academic Portfolio

Jake Forrest-Pain Deputy Head Boy

Community Portfolio

I really look forward to working with the rest of the student leadership team to develop programs and activities that will provide opportunities for all students at Wairoa College. The most important goal for myself as a role model, is to encourage and support students that they are capable of succeeding in anything they wish to pursue here at Wairoa College. I am truly honoured to be Head Girl of Wairoa College 2018.

The most meaningful goal I have set forward for myself as a leader is to be able to effectively bring ideas together from my fellow prefects and conduct them into positive and productive plans that benefit the school. I’m also hoping to be a positive role model that other students can look up to and respect through my own actions and achievements within school. I look forward to the upcoming year with my fellow prefects and truly believe we will have a good year together.

My goal for 2018 is to raise academic interest and respect for ‘ROCK’ values within the College by achieving my own academic excellence grades, and being a role model younger students can look up to.

My goal as a prefect of Wairoa College and Deputy Head Boy for 2018 is to lead by example participating to the fullest extent in all areas of school life and to also encourage younger students to excel culturally, academically and in the sporting arena. I hope to make the Wairoa community more inclusive in the extra-curricular activities and opportunities the college offers and to share and acknowledge the many successes of the students.

Mya Williams House Leader – Taiaha E Rua Nga

Devine Tavai-Waitoa House Leader Patu Pounamu

Lauralee Bramley House Leader Manu Korotangi

Hayley Mitchell House Leader Te Toki A Tapiri

Sports Portfolio

Community Portfolio

This year my focus within the school is to create an enjoyable, safe and resilient environment for students. I would also like to leave my mark at Wairoa College, which would further set standards for future leaders.

A goal I have set for myself this year is to increase the Patu House participation for all inter-house competitions by encouraging our senior students to interact with our juniors.

Academic Portfolio

My goals for 2018 are to encourage more participation in Manu House by making things as easy and fun as possible. I would also like to boost academic results throughout the school by getting students engaged in events such as debates, quizzes, spelling bee’s and other interhouse challenges in the hope that these events will encourage them in class.

Cultural Portfolio

My goals for this year is to help increase the attendance of students in my house at school and in class; that will help increase the academic statistics of Wairoa College. I also want to help increase the participation levels in inter-house and school competitions and also in cultural aspect of the school.

Lucknow Street, Wairoa | Phone 838 8303 | www.wairoacollege.school.nz


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IONA

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PROUDLY ACKNOWLEDGING OUR 2018 LEADERS

Congratulations to our 2018 Prefects.They embody the spirit of Iona - the quest for excellence, the giving of one’s all, making the most of every educational endeavour, and a willingness to make a positive contribution to others. We look forward to witnessing all they will bring to their roles and the enduring legacy they will leave.

FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Back Row: Isabella Smith Head of McNeil House, Lily Tremain Head of Gartan House, Jessica Pease Junior Prefect, Emmie Mulinder Chapel Prefect, Isobelle Walker Cultural Prefect, Lucy Manahi Service Prefect, Bonnie Allen Head of Fraser House. Front Row: Arabella Sheild Sports Prefect, Livvy Allan Head of Boarding, Imogen Daysh Head of School, Allie Chesterman Head of Columba House, Priyanka Trivedi Academic Prefect.

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HASTINGS CHRISTIAN SCHOOL Senior Leaders 2018

We are pleased to introduce this year’s servant leaders and role models. We look forward to supporting them as they grow in wisdom and lead with conviction. Gavin Clark - Principal

Head Boy Campbell Walker

Head Girl Alice Feyter

Deputy Head Boy Anton Wiehahn

Deputy Head Girl Eleanor Major

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www.hcs.school.nz

House Leaders: Back left: Tom Needham (Kowhai) , Peter Neal (Totara), William Clark (Rimu), Casey Butcher (Manuka) Front left: Johanna Palmers (Kowhai), Emily Stanton (Totara), Annah Oxley (Rimu), Anna van den Hout (Manuka)

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Central Hawke’s Bay College Inspiring and challenging tomorrow’s leaders today

Central Hawke’s Bay Prefects 2018

Head Prefects 2018

The Prefects team is responsible for leading their peers in their particular portfolios throughout the year. Prefects have responsibilities for Cultural, Academic, Community and Sporting areas of the school.

The heads of school are leading role models of the school values which are an important part of school life at Central Hawke’s Bay College

Madeleine Nieuwenhuis (Head Girl) and Jack Ward (Head Boy) Back: Liam Hain, George White, Jack Ward, Ollie Wilson Front: Breanna Winchester, Ally Hislop, Madeleine Nieuwenhuis, Amber McGruddy

BOT Student Representative

2017 Dux Litterarum 2017 Head Girl, Elysha-Rose Grant, also had the honour of being awarded DUX for 2017. This year she is attending Victoria University of Wellington to study Biomedical Science, majoring in Human Genetics and Molecular Pathology. Elysha-Rose Grant

2018 House Captains

Anna Douglas

House Captains fulfil a vital role in leading their Houses through an array of cultural and sporting events throughout the year.

Cobham House Captains Kate Lynch, Ashley Hulena, Jonte–, Cooper, Talia Walker

Freyberg House Captains Bruno King, Kelsey Marshall, Georgia Kohleis, Libby Taylor

Grey House Captains

Ariana-Jean Henson, Tyler Jones, Claire Grant, Bree White

Hobson House Captains

Quinn Fogarty, Hannah Scott-Bennie, Jade Coppinger, Phoenix Baker

Central Hawke’s Bay College • Tavistock Road, Waipukurau, Central Hawke’s New Zealand

For more information please contact: Lance Christiansen, Principal • Ph: 06 858 9203 • Email: office@chbc.school.nz www.chbc.school.nz

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CALL ROBIN ON 06 833 7479

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION

Formerly Kip McGrath Education Centres Napier

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL 2018 STUDENT LEADERS

We wish you a successful and rewarding year. It’s especially satisfying to see some of our ex and current students achieving these honours. Your challenge this year will be to meet the demands of your leadership roles, while ensuring you continue to achieve your academic goals. Talk to us about how extra tutoring can help with this.

SUPPORT FOR PRIMARY STUDENTS From our free assessment, we will establish goals and develop an intervention programme to fill any “gaps” we identify in your child’s learning, or set up opportunities to extend them to their full potential in Numeracy and Literacy.

SUPPORT FOR SECONDARY STUDENTS

Our experienced teachers focus on the NZ curriculum for NCEA, plus any catch up or extension work required to achieve better results at school.

Students are encouraged to bring in their HW so we can assist, as well as providing extra practice opportunities prior to assessments. We will reinforce what has been taught in the classroom, but sometimes a different voice can help. Having an qualified teacher sit down with you can make a real difference in understanding complex work; good teaching comes down to good relationships! We take students through to Y13 NCEA, for English, Maths and Science.

Contact Robin Hicks on 06 833 7479 robin@focuslearning.co.nz 31 Carlyle Street, Napier www.focuslearning.co.nz


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TE AUTE COLLEGE

Te Aute College, an educational institution from which will be sent our young men, academically qualified, strong in knowledge and practice of Maoritanga, with an insight into the Christian conception of being an influence for good among their fellows during their lifetime

Principal Shane Hiha Nga-ti Kahungunu ki Ahuriri, Te Arawa, Nga-i Tahu

NGATA house leaders: Dijzhan Kaa (Nga-puhi, Tainui), Reihana Wilkie (Nga-ti Porou, Nga-puhi) Prefects: Phoenix Peneha, Mathew Hiha, Uenuku Hoerara (Head Boy), Tyrone Reedy-Callaghan (Deputy Head Boy), Eruera Pirini, Ricki Baker PHOENIX PENEHA (Te Whakato-hea, Nga-ti Porou, Tu-hoe) Ko te Whakatinanatanga o nga- kawa me nga- uara tika, ka tu- koe hei manukura mo- te rangatahi, Ko te tika, te pono me te aroha nga- uara o to- matou kura i Te Aute. Koinei nga- kupu a-rahi i a ma-tou – Whakatanga kia kaha.

MATHEW HIHA (Nga-ti Kahungunu Te Arawa, Nga-i Tahu)

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Leadership is about always doing what is right and just and to set an example for the others in school. It is about showing them how to work independently, how to work as a group and how to show respect to themselves and to others. Leadership is about doing the jobs that are hard when others don’t want them, about showing tika, pono and aroha to everyone we meet. Most importantly it is about looking after your group and making sure they are healthy in mind, body and soul. UENUKU HOERARA (Head Boy - Nga-ti Porou, Nga-ti Kahungunu ki Wairarapa, Nga-puhi) In our eyes leadership can be seen as an embodiment of a variety of qualities which include honesty, integrity, resilience, empathy and pride. At Te Aute College we embrace all these qualities as many have before us. Te Aute College has contributed to the fabric of our nation with proud old boys such as Apirana Ngata,

Te Moana-Nui-a-Kiwa Ngarimu and Te Rangihiroa who were all leaders in their respected areas and carried with them the qualities of a young Ma-ori man. TYRONE REEDY-CALLAGHAN (Deputy Head Boy - Nga-ti Porou) He aha te rangatiratanga? E ai ki o ma-tou whakaaro ka haere takirua te rangatiratanga me nga- ta-tou kura, ara-, kawa o te ako o to Ko te tika, te pono me te aroha.

TATANA house leaders: Antonio Williams (Nga-ti Porou, Tu-hoe), Matariki Channings (Tu-hoe, Nga-ti Tu-wharetoa, Nga-puhi, Nga-ti Raukawa)

TIKA - tou nga Me whakatauira e ma - mahi tika i nga - wa tuakana i nga katoa ki o matou pia kia kite ratou i te taumata e tika ana. PONO Me noho tu-pono ma-tou nga- tuakana ki nga- ture o te kura, kia tau ai te tika i waenganui i a ta-tou. AROHA Me whakaaturia e ma-tou nga- tuakana i te aroha ki te kura katoa kia tau ai te rangimarie, ka mutu kia hu-ma-rie te wairua o te kura i nga- wa- katoa.

ROTENE house leaders: Hekorowakia Tule (Tu-hoe, Nga-ti Ruanui) Mana Hokianga (Te Atiawa, Nga-ti Kahungunu, Tu-hoe)

ERUERA PIRINI (Nga-ti Porou, Te Wha-nau a- Apanui, Nga-ti Tu-wharetoa) Leadership is a way to be mature and civilised and to be able to think on your feet and to help out the community. To describe a leader is best kept to how you represent yourself at school and out in the community. Leadership isn’t just leading from the front but also from the back.

NGARIMU VC house leaders: Tremain Cannell (Nga-ti Porou, Tu-hoe, Nga-puhi, Nga-ti Maniapoto), Jack Bradley (Te Atiawa)

Te Aute College,100 SH2, Pukehou 4142, Central Hawke’s Bay Phone: 06 856 8016 | admin@teaute.school.nz | www.teaute.maori.nz

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2017 Dux: Krystal Te Rata-Wi

LR: Janelle Williams, Rhani Linaker-Te Karu, Aaliyah Hutana, Ani Marsh, Briar Raisey, Phoenix-Tru Tuhi, Mahinaarangi Aranui-Kingi, Jemau Bell, Kerri Houia, Kathleen Kavanagh Absent: Hazzley Taite Kupa-Warbrick, Hinewarangi Te Whaiti-Turipa, Amy WitinitaraCharteris

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High Expectations! High Achievement! Consistently achieves NCEA results well above the national average Has small classes that meet the academic and vocational needs of the students Offers Te Reo Māori me ōna tikanga classes from Year 9 to Tertiary level Has an experienced, dedicated and well qualified staff Is a Positive Behaviour for Learning (PB4L) school Offers 5 - 7 day boarding as well as day student placements in a beautiful rural setting Has positive relationships and support with the Anglican Church Very supportive Board of Trustees and School Comunity

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Totara College

Totara Colleges vision is to see our students reaching their God given potential spiritually, academically, socially and physically.

Debbie Max has been providing good stable leadership at Totara College for the past 14 years. She shows a natural affinity with the students and has a deep desire to see them reach their full leadership potential.

Joel Dean, and Sara Fraser are our hard working Student Leaders. They helped recently with a Year 8-10 Camp, including helping the students navigate about 4km of river bed. Our Student Leaders are expected to be role models of the Christian values that our College is based upon.

Totara College Year 7 & 8 students attend an NYLD (National Young Leaders Day) Conference in Palmerston North last year.

Totara College leaders at last year’s World Vision Conference in Wellington. With the help of these leaders Totara College raised over $5000 during the World Vision 40 Hour Famine in 2017.

Sara Fraser, Joel Dean, Matthew Orsborn and Caleb Sutton. Our four House Leaders provide support during House activities such as swimming and athletic sports days. Our House Leaders are also expected to be role modes of Totara Colleges Christian values.

Totara College students attend New Zealand’s national ACE Student Convention in Auckland.

Judah House celebrate a win during Totara Colleges Swimming Sports. As Totara College is an Area School the senior leaders have lots of opportunities to provide leadership for the junior school.

Totara College Student Leaders lay a wreath as part of their leadership responsibilities at Dannevirke’s ANZAC Parade.


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Karamu High School Leaders 2018

Head Students: Amy Saunders (Head Girl), Cameron Young (Head Boy), Nick Palmer (Deputy Head Boy), Jaime Mossman (Deputy Head Girl)

Performing Arts: Emily Coppell, Romayne Araia, Khalael Uelese (absent)

Cultural: Jacob Kershaw-Horua, Tyla-Rose Halton

Sports: Michaela Edwards, Joshua Matthews, Tia Lewis

Community: Melinda Pope, Reanna Browning, Ashlee Cunningham-Johnson, Nathan McCourt, Millie Hannam, Keagan Klempel, Academic: Abigail Masengi, Liam Robson, Jayden Taylor, Amy GrifďŹ ths Shannon Minogue, Sela Tupou, Bayley Baxter-Kirby (absent)

Congratulations to our 2018 Leadership team

Karamu High School is delighted with the ongoing all around success and achievement of our students. A large part of this success is driven by an outstanding group of senior leaders that epitomise the values and culture of our school. Their ongoing commitment and leadership qualities make them valuable members of the Hastings community that we can all be proud of. I know our student leaders are looking forward to the challenge of another exciting and successful year ahead. Michael Leitch, Principal

House: Taylor Thorpe-Loversuch, Karalea Halton, Reece Sullivan, Jorge Fothergill, James Morley, Samuel Walton-Sexton, Taine Doyle, Jacob McNeil, Ethan Hope, Rome Nicholson, Ashleigh Thorpe-Loversuch, Hannah Norfolk, Sharnie O’Connor, Paige Morgan, Ryley Clark, Caitlin Robin (absent)

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