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Message from the Minister

Hastings Girls High School .....................................................................................................3 508 Pakowhai Road Frimley Hastings www.hastingsgirls.com Hastings Boys High ............................................................................................................... 4/5 800 Karamu Road Akina Hastings www.hbhs.school.nz Napier Boys High School .................................................................................................... 6/7 Chambers Street Napier www.nbhs.school.nz Lindisfarne College ............................................................................................................... 8/9 600 Pakowhai Road Frimley Hastings www.lindisfarne.school.nz Te Kura Kaupapa Maori o Te Wananga Whare Tapere o Takitimu ............................... 10 706 Albert Street Hastings www.tkkmwharetapere.school.nz William Colenso College ..................................................................................................... 10 Arnold Street Onekawa Napier www.colenso.school.nz Tamatea High School............................................................................................................. 11 61 Freyberg Avenue Tamatea Napier www.tamatea.school.nz Woodford House..............................................................................................................12/13 Iona Road Havelock North www.woodford.school.nz Napier Girls High School ................................................................................................14/15 Clyde Road Bluff Hill Napier www.nghs.school.nz Havelock North High School .........................................................................................16/17 153 Te Mata Road Havelock North www.hnhs.school.nz St John’s College..................................................................................................................... 18 Jervois Street Mayfair Hastings www.stjohns.school.nz Sacred Heart College............................................................................................................ 19 12 Convent Road Bluff Hill Napier www.sacredheartnapier.school.nz Te Kura Kaupapa Maori o Ngati Kahungunu Ki Heretaunga ....................................... 20 139 Stock Road Hastings https://www.facebook.com/tkkmonkkh/ Flaxmere College ................................................................................................................... 21 Henderson Road Flaxmere Hastings www.flaxmerecollege.co.nz Te Aute College ...................................................................................................................... 22 100 SH 2 Pukehou Central Hawke’s Bay www.teaute.maori.nz Central Hawke’s Bay College .............................................................................................. 23 Tavistock Road Waipukurau www.chb.school.nz Hastings Christian School .................................................................................................... 24 Copeland Road Hastings www.hcs.school.nz St Joseph’s Maori Girls College........................................................................................... 25 25 Osier Road Greenmeadows Napier www.sjmgc.school.nz NOW........................................................................................................................................ 26 Iona College ............................................................................................................................ 27 42 Lucknow Road Havelock North www.iona.school.nz Wairoa College....................................................................................................................... 28 Lucknow Street Wairoa www.wairoacollege.school.nz Karamu High School.............................................................................................................. 29 Windsor Avenue Hastings www.karamu.school.nz Taradale High School........................................................................................................30/31 50 Murphy Road Taradale Napier www.ths.school.nz Visique Shattky ....................................................................................................................... 32

Last year I started this piece off celebrating the start of the school year and the decade. It’s pretty hard to fathom just how much has changed in the year since then.The Government has had to make a number of tough calls in the face of COVID-19, and as a result Hawke’s Bay has too. But what remains true is we have one of the best schooling systems in the world, and parents have stepped up over the past year to help their kids continue to get the best out of it. This time last year we never anticipated the impact the COVID-19 pandemic would have across the globe. But what I have been most proud of, is seeing whole schools, principals, teachers, students and parents – and their communities – adapt to learning differently.

Senior students in particular face a lot of uncertainty. I want to personally reassure them that whatever they choose to do, whether it’s moving into higher education or training, starting an apprenticeship, pursuing an art or sport or moving into work, there is an end to this uncertainty in sight. Our young people continue to amaze me. It is an honour to recognise their strengths and talents and adaptability each year through the Hawke’s Bay Leaders in their Schools publication. I wish each and every one of you well in whatever you choose your future to be, and those students returning to school the very best for the school year ahead. Warm regards Chris Hipkins, Minister of Education


Leaders in their School 2021

508 Pakowhai Road Stortford Lodge Hastings (06) 873 1133 admin@hastingsgirls.com www.hastingsgirls.com

OUR 2021 STUDENT LEADERS DEPUTY HEAD GIRL Kristyn Kupa-Elliott

HEAD GIRL Georgia Treneman

“To me leadership is about perseverance, kindness and being driven to not only make yourself a better person but encourage those around you to do the same.” Georgia Treneman

OPEN EVENING WEDNESDAY 11 AUGUST 2021 More information will be shared on our website. Follow us on Facebook for the latest news from HGHS.

COMMUNITY LIAISON CAPTAIN Sarah McMahon

ACADEMIC CAPTAIN Ruby Foskett

PURPLE HOUSE Deputy - Ataahua Smith Captain - Libby Crawford

STUDENT COUNCIL CHAIR Mackenzie Potts-Tyro

VISUAL & PERFORMING ARTS CAPTAIN Louise Jamieson

GOLD HOUSE Captain - Shaylea Marshall Deputy - Anahera Hide (not shown)

SPORTS CAPTAIN Amiria Tamati

BLUE HOUSE Captain - Ocean Christy Deputy - Mikayla Day

CULTURAL CAPTAIN April Vaima’a

GREEN HOUSE Captain - Cassidy Drummond (not shown) Deputy - Makelesi Veikoso

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Back Row: Jagdip Bhatia, Ethan Miller, Taro Bense, Te Paeru Makea-Karaitiana, Avian Rihia, Dylan Kronfeld, A One Lolofie Middle Row: James van den Berk, Joshua Fairbrother, Mefi Tupou, Troydyn Bird, La’Mour Spooner, Jed Greville, Mohit Sunder, Olivier Hillard, Thomas Garbes Front Row: Joshua Moroney, Elijah Waitere (Cultural Captain), Harvey Ives (Sports Captain), Cooper Flanders (Deputy Headboy), Sam Connor (Headboy), Joshua Woodhead (Sports Captain), Alexander Eaglestone (Community Captain), Revish Karunasinghe (Academic Captain) Absent: Fetuao Belcher (Sports Captain)

Joshua Moroney House Captain

Joshua Fairbrother House Captain

Avian Rihia

House Captain

A One Lolofie

House Captain

Back Row: Michael Lansdown, Pritesh Sunder, Alex Henare-Murton, Joel Stevenson Middle Row: Arnie Cave, Jackson McKay, Jayden Wilson, Riley Bogard-Allan Front Row: Zayne Andersen, Keshav Chumber, Matthew Brown

NCEA Merit and Excellence Endorsement Achievers

Cambridge IGCSE Student Achievers

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.

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.

HBHS Expo/Academy Open Day Saturday 27 March 10am – Year 8 Boys Register at www.hastingsboys.school.nz by Wednesday 24 March


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Cooper Flanders Deputy Head Boy

Fetuao Belcher Sports Captain

Revish Karunasinghe Academic Captain

Harvey Ives Sports Captain

Joshua Woodhead Sports Captain

Headmaster Mr. Sturch and Head Boy Sam Connor

Hastings Boys’ High School has been prominent in Hawke’s Bay education 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)

Alexander Eaglestone Community Captain

Elijah Waitere Cultural Captain

HBHS Expo/Academy Open Day Saturday 27 March 10am – Year 8 Boys Register at www.hastingsboys.school.nz by Wednesday 24 March

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NAPIER BOYS’ School Leaders 2021 Headboy – James Rawnsley

Deputy Headboy – Noah Smith

• 109 NCEA level one credits with merit endorsement • 128 NCEA level two credits with merit endorsement • Napier Boys’ High School 1st XI Hockey and Cricket • CD Under 17 Cricket (captain) Hawke’s Bay under 18 Hockey

• 126 NCEA level one credits, with merit endorsement • 116 NCEA level two credits, with merit endorsement • Napier Boys’ High School Senior Basketball • Hawkes Bay under 17 Basketball

Prefects 2021

(Left to right) Back Row: Jonty Munns, Sam Allan, James Porima, Guy Van Dadelszen, Toby Kendon, Xavier Clarke-Lloyd Middle Row: Camerin Boyes, Ben Shirley (Academics), Jackson Stone (Cultural), Tom Hollier (Clyde House), Kharmen Merwood, Gene Court, Tom McFetridge (Napier House), George Hart, Bradley Redpath (Scinde House) Front Row: Alex Margerison, Finn Richardson (Social events), Trinn Richardson, Noah Smith (Deputy Headboy and Hawke House), James Rawnsley (Headboy), Jonnie Moffett, Bayley Foote (Sport)

Sporting Leaders Toby Kendon

• Napier Boys’ High School Basketball • Hawkes Bay Under 17 Basketball • NCEA levels 1 and 2 with Excellence

Kairon Pimm

• Napier Boys’ High School Athletics • NZ secondary schools’ 400m finalist, Silver medal 4x400m relay • NCEA levels 1 and 2

Lawson Gillies

• Napier Boys’ High School 1st XV Rugby • Representative Rugby • NCEA levels 1 and 2

Alex Margerison

• Napier Boys’ High School Swimming • Gold medallist NZ Div 2 IM 200 and 400 • Waimarama Surf Lifesaving • NCEA level 1 and 2

Trinity Richardson

• Napier Boys’ High School Mountain Biking • Mountain Biking at North Island and New Zealand championships • NCEA levels 1 and 2 endorsed with excellence

James Rawnsley

• Napier Boys’ High School 1st XI Hockey and Cricket • Central Districts Under 18 Hockey representative • NCEA levels 1 and 2

Oscar Mason – Year 12

• Napier Boys’ High School Football • NZ Under 17 Football, Hawkes Bay United Senior Mens’ team • NCEA level 1

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HIGH SCHOOL Academic Leaders 2021

Ben Shirley

Bradley Redpath

Guy Van Dadelsen

Jonnie Moffett

Joe Robertshaw

• Prefect in charge of Academics in 2021 • NCEA level one endorsed with • NCEA level one endorsed with • NCEA level one endorsed with • NCEA level one endorsed with • NCEA level one endorsed with excellence excellence excellence excellence • NCEA level two endorsed with excellence • NCEA level two endorsed with • NCEA level two endorsed with • NCEA level two endorsed with excellence • NCEA level two endorsed with excellence excellence excellence • NZQA Scholarship in Physics from excellence • NZQA Scholarship in Agriculture from • NZQA Scholarship in Agriculture from • Already has level three with 105 Year 12 • NZQA Scholarships in English and Year 12 Year 12 Excellence credits. from Year 12 Geography from Year 12 • NZQA Scholarships in Statistics, Physics and Economics from Year 12

Cultural Excellence Wilfred Landon

• Napier Boys’ High School Band and Funk Band • School Choir / Rock band • Major Production / National Finalist at Barbershop • NCEA level one and two endorsed with excellence

Connor Moody – Year 12 • • • •

Grade 7 level piano School jazz and Funk Band Major Production Band / Choir NCEA level one endorsed with excellence

Jackson Stone

• National barbershop finalist • New Zealand Junior Theatre Festival – Outstanding male performer 2018 and 2019 • International Junior Theatre Festival – U.S.A • NCEA level one and two endorsed with excellence

Theodore Apineru

• Art – Excellence endorsed in level one and two Painting • C.A.N Art exhibition • NCEA level two endorsed with excellence

George Hart • • • •

Choir / Super 8 Theatre Sports and Drama Major Production for 4 years Grade 6 Speech and Drama NCEA level two endorsed with excellence

CULTURAL EXCELLENCE FOR YOUNG MEN

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LINDISFARNE COLLEGE LEADERS 2021

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Deputy Head Boy Finley Duncan

Head of Boarding Felix Paul

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“I am extremely proud of our 2021 Prefect team. All eighteen students have made a commitment to honour their prefect badges by providing unconditional service to the Lindisfarne community in the four cornerstones of the college. I am sure they will leave their mark by helping to build on our culture of high expectations and outstanding success, by leading their peers with integrity, respect and kindness. It is a privilege to %!01 /.!$4,'2" ()"," *$" #!-$4 +"$3& Mr Stuart Hakeney, Rector

For more information: www.lindisfarne.school.nz

Boarding and Day enrolments are open for 2021 and beyond


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Head of Cuthbert House Lanson Randell

Head of Durham House Tino Savea

Head of Aidan House Thomas Goodisson

Head of Oswald House Tomas Druzianic

Year 7&8 Prefect Daniel Brown

Year 7&8 Prefect Barvick Ravla

Academic Prefect Bruno Wylie

Academic Prefect Mathew Goodwin

Cultural Prefect Oliver Newton

Cultural Prefect Zachary Fitzgibbon

Chapel & Service Prefect Maclan Wright

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Sport Prefect Charlie Roil

Sport Prefect Bryn Thompson

Kapa Haka Prefect

Sports Prefect Taylor Topp

www.lindisfarne.school.nz

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Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Te Wānanga Whare Tapere o Takitimu 2021 Manukura Tauāki Mı̄hana (Mission Statement) Ko te Amorangi ki mua Ko te Hapai o ki muri Te tuturutanga mahi pono o te Māori mana motuhake.

Te tino uaratanga (Core Value) Kia Tū Rangatira au, Hei raukura mō tōku iwi.

Our Manukura are formally recognised by the whānau of Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Te Wānanga Whare Tapere o Takitimu as student leaders who are given: - Leadership responsibilities within the kura - Opportunities to positively lead and awhina their peers - Be a voice and advocate for their peers - Key member of Manutahi (Student Council) - Provisions for mentoring and management support to enable them success in their role

From left to right: Makaere Wainohu Tau 13, Whenua Roimata Te Wake Munro Tau 13, Te Awe Harmer Tau 13.

Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Te Wānanga Whare Tapere o Takitimu | 706 Albert Street, Hastings 06 878 6340

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

William Colenso College 2021 Student Leaders

Back Row: Jayde Powell (Cultural Leader), Samantha Schofield (Kai Manaakitanga), Bree-Ann Hodgkinson (Kai Manaakitanga), Jade Hutchinson (Student Support), Emmanuel Velandria (Sports), Te Manako Totoru (Sports), Niamh Robertshaw (Waikamaka House Captain), Hannah Jewel Gito (Student Support) Middle Row: Faye Velandria (Academic), Pikitangarangi Ratapu (Deputy Head Student), Patisepa Tu’ua (Head Student), Finn Copestake (Head Student), Avae Keelan (Deputy Head Student), Hinekorako Waerea (Waikamaka House Captain), Samone Ebbitt (Sports Leader), Vicky Nguyen (Tupari House Captain) Front Row: Matangirau Whaanga (Cultural Leader), Kimi Thompson (Remutupo House Captain), Dany Tasker (Cultural Leader), Elijah MacGillivray (Environmental), Materita Paku (Cultural/Tupari House Captain), Devon Armstrong (Environmental) Absent: Lukah Tutauha (Remutupo House Captain), William Christison (Academic), Vae Kitiona (Maropea House Captain)

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


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INTRODUCING OUR SENIOR LEADERS FOR 2021 Back Row: Alex Gifkins, Jack Winiana (Head Boy), Kahurangi Kopu-Neera, George Mara and Quin Waretini-Wise Front Row: Isabella Kahukura, Jaz Hawthorne-Gray, Liliana Rio (Head Girl), Alana Cassidy, Atiesha Harris and Pearl Harmer

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

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INTRODUCING OUR LEADERS FOR 2021 Woodford House would like to congratulate our 2021 Prefects and thank them for the integral leadership role they play in the School.

Noreen Mnyanyi Head Prefect

Hyewon Kim Deputy Head Prefect

Phoebe Burns Academic Prefect

Rachel Hansen Arts Prefect

Anna McMillan Boarding Prefect

Isobel Ham Chapel Prefect

Charlotte MacFarquhar Communications Prefect

Emma Dixon Frimley Prefect

Amelia Dear Global Prefect

Harriette Kemp Innovation Prefect

Felicity Dawson Rouncil Prefect

Matilda Ellis Service Prefect

Harriet Park Sports Prefect

In light of the profound vision of Mabel Annie Hodge; ‘to create a real school for girls where the head, heart and hands are engaged’, I can confidently pass the mantle of leadership to these capable, confident, ethical and caring young women to be outstanding role models in 2021.” Mrs Julie Peterson, Principal

Kaitlyn Peck Tauroa Prefect

Jemima Christie Wallingford Prefect

Bella Ireland Wellbeing Prefect


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Standing: Kaitlyn Peck, Amelia Dear, Emma Dixon, Rachel Hansen, Harriette Kemp, Jemima Christie, Felicity Dawson, Harriet Park, Isobel Ham and Anna McMillan | Seated: Charlotte MacFarquhar, Matilda Ellis, Phoebe Burns, Hyewon Kim, Mrs Julie Peterson (Principal), Noreen Mnyanyi and Bella Ireland

OPEN DAY 2021 Friday 26 March, 2pm - 6pm

Register at woodford.school.nz

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FROM LEFT; Jasmine Angland (Hostel), Jaana Fels-Henderson (Manu Tāiko), Tracey Ludeman (Manu Tāiko), Scarlet Paterson (Head Prefect), Mrs Dawn Ackroyd (Principal), Sahria Adams (Deputy Head - Community), Ruby Roberts (Deputy Head - Community), Jorja Tobeck (Manutaki), Jurnee Walker-Ratahi (Manu Tāiko), Lucy Bennett (Hostel)

Napier Girls’ High School 2021 Leaders

Te Kura Tuarua mō ngā Kōhine o Ahuriri

RED HOUSE PREFECTS Laura Ayre, Ruby Hodgetts

SPORTS PREFECTS Fleur Trent, Katie Beal

EVENTS PREFECT Rosie Burns, Ava O’Dwyer

GREEN HOUSE PREFECTS Elsie Laugesen, Katie Bennett

ICT PREFECTS Georgia Jennings, Siena Double

ACADEMIC PREFECT Ella Philp (Learning), Madeline Krebs (Scholarship)

BLUE HOUSE PREFECTS Anouk Tremain, Emma Holland

GOLD HOUSE PREFECTS Lily Gichard, Hannah Cotter

PERFORMING ARTS PREFECTS Ruby Raphael (Music), Stella Hammond-Olsen (Dance), Samantha Goodchild (Drama)

STUDENT WELLBEING Alexandra Richardson, Sophie Kerr

ENVIRONMENTAL PREFECT Stephanie Brough


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MĀHI NGĀTAHI

Collaborating with collective responsibility accountability and commitment to support and care for each other throughout all endeavours.

www.nghs.school.nz

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Havelock North High School

Aim to excel - Whaia te itii kahurangi k At HNHS we acknowledge the trend in leadership away from the authoritative model to one which recognises that all students have developing leadership qualities. We also believe that leadership is an ongoing and developing process. Our concern with the authoritative model is that it often casts shadows over other students who may also have aspirations in this area.

Instead of a small group of autonomous prefects, a number 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 all Year 13 students have the opportunity to be part of these committees as well as being part of the mentoring programme for our junior students.

As such, we encourage all of our students to develop the confidence to Greg Fenton lead by working hard, showing initiative and supporting others. Principal

Committee Leaders Academic

Connor Grant & Georgia Kain

Sport

Year 13 House Leaders Kauri House

BOT Student Representative Rani Williams

Head Girl Rosemary Yorke - Head Boy Munya Marufu

Committee Leaders

Environmental

Community Services

Emilie Horsfall & Min-Joo Kim

Ella Sherratt & Phoebe Till

International

SADD

Robin Nguyen & Victoria Stobart

Lily Stephens & Josh Beecroft

Rata House

Taiohi Tu

Rosemary Yorke & Nicholas Waitoa

School Services

Michael Henrich (Deputy), Suzanna Haliburton, Rogan Ross, Natalya Dender (Deputy)

Miro House

Rubie Rainger (Deputy), Max Buller, Caitlin Hedge, Alex Van Oeveren (Deputy)

Tainui House

Cultural

Jena Gregory & Cameron Potts

Hauora

Chloe Rogers & Frances Ebbett-Watt Charlotte McLagan (Deputy), Flynn Dunkerley (Deputy), Amira Gardiner, Ben Rush

Hannah O’Herlihy (Deputy), Adam Engelke, Holly Renwick, Nicholas Waitoa (Deputy)

2021 OPEN EVEN NING

Ben Bush & Poppy Kelly

Saige Lindsay & Angela Leijen

31st March

Evening starts at 6.00pm

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Havelock North High School

Aim to excel - Whaia te itii kahurangi k At HNHS we acknowledge the trend in leadership away from the authoritative model to one which recognises that all students have developing leadership qualities. We also believe that leadership is an ongoing and developing process. Our concern with the authoritative model is that it often casts shadows over other students who may also have aspirations in this area.

Instead of a small group of autonomous prefects, a number 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 all Year 13 students have the opportunity to be part of these committees as well as being part of the mentoring programme for our junior students.

As such, we encourage all of our students to develop the confidence to Greg Fenton lead by working hard, showing initiative and supporting others. Principal

Committee Leaders Academic

Connor Grant & Georgia Kain

Sport

Year 13 House Leaders Kauri House

BOT Student Representative Rani Williams

Head Girl Rosemary Yorke - Head Boy Munya Marufu

Committee Leaders

Environmental

Community Services

Emilie Horsfall & Min-Joo Kim

Ella Sherratt & Phoebe Till

International

SADD

Robin Nguyen & Victoria Stobart

Lily Stephens & Josh Beecroft

Rata House

Taiohi Tu

Rosemary Yorke & Nicholas Waitoa

School Services

Michael Henrich (Deputy), Suzanna Haliburton, Rogan Ross, Natalya Dender (Deputy)

Miro House

Rubie Rainger (Deputy), Max Buller, Caitlin Hedge, Alex Van Oeveren (Deputy)

Tainui House

Cultural

Jena Gregory & Cameron Potts

Hauora

Chloe Rogers & Frances Ebbett-Watt Charlotte McLagan (Deputy), Flynn Dunkerley (Deputy), Amira Gardiner, Ben Rush

Hannah O’Herlihy (Deputy), Adam Engelke, Holly Renwick, Nicholas Waitoa (Deputy)

2021 OPEN EVEN NING

Ben Bush & Poppy Kelly

Saige Lindsay & Angela Leijen

31st March

Evening starts at 6.00pm

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OUR SCHOOL LEADERS 2021

Back Row: Joseph Mooney, Ayden Wilson, Liam Halpin, Oliver Gardiner - Head of Sport, Hugh Mackintosh, Jamie Chamberlain, Alex Finlayson, Ishan Parmar - Academic Prefect Middle Row: Parnil Naiker, Lochlan Stent, Sam Thompson, Louis Gaffaney, Josiah McFarland, Isaac Pilcher - Special Character, Joel McIlvenny - Arts & Cultural, Bradley Campbell Front Row: Jaden Murphy - Deputy Head Boy, Jonty Unwin - Head Boy, James Barr - Deputy Head Boy

NCEA RESULTS 2020 Level 1................................ 92.4% Level 2................................ 91.3% Level 3................................ 90.6% University Entrance...... 63.9% National Average University Entrance............................ 51.7%

CANTERBURY UNIVERSITY FIRST YEAR MATHEMATICS WITH CALCULUS

Matthew McIvor .............................................................. 87% Kyle Groner..................................................................... 86%

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If you'd like to know more visit: stjohns.school.nz

PROSPECTUS EVENING 2021 TH THURSDAY 13 MAY 7pm For more information visit: stjohns.school.nz or follow us on facebook

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SNAPSHOT OF SCHOOLS ACROSS THE REGION

Te Kura Kaupapa Ma- ori o Ngati Kahungunu Ki Heretaunga Te Kura Kaupapa Ma-ori o Nga-ti Kahungunu Ki Heretaunga, is an outstanding school highly sought after by families living locally and further afield. With a strong reputation for providing an excellent and broad education, thus ensuring that all students can reach their personal potential, our school has an excellent record of outstanding achievements in academic and a wide range of other endeavours

Te Kura Kaupapa Ma-ori o Nga-ti Kahungunu Ki Heretaunga

Waiora Kireka

Ko Taniwha me Kahuranaki ngā maunga. Ko Mangataipa me Ngaruroro ngā awa. Ko Ngatukematawhaorua me Takitimu ngā waka. Ko Te Aroha me Omahu ngā marae. Ko Ngati Rongomaiwahine me Ngati Kahungunu ngā iwi Ko Te Rau Arohanui o te Atua, Te Whare Wānanga. As a year 13 student this is Waiora’s second year as Head Prefect. She has already completed NCEA 3 and is studying for Scholarship. She also attends a Business Studies Course at EiT part time and has just begun her Degree in Māori Performing Arts at Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiarangi. She epitomises the Kawa of the Kura “Piki ake kake ake ki te tihi o Mānono, Tomokia” Scale to the heights of Excellence.

139 Stock Road, Bridge Pa, Hastings 06 879 5235


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Flaxmere College Student Success is the Only Option! 2021 STUDENT LEADERS

Left to Right: Sekolastica Brown, Levi Green, Ngahina Price, Julia Mitchell, Chozen Hart, Michael Mitchell, Waiora Takiwa-Tai, Manaaki Turner, Terri Cuttriss

Head Student: Julia Mitchell

Head Student: Chozen Hart

Primary School: Flaxmere Primary School Career Path: Family Law

Primary School: Flaxmere Primary School Career Path: Midwifery

We asked our student leaders what made Flaxmere College a special place for them. “Everyone works as a whānau, regardless of our diverse mix of cultures” - Levi Green “The staff are so supportive of the students and we are all treated as equals” - Waiora Takiwai-Tai “Staff have high expectations of students and our successes are celebrated as a school whānau” - Julia Mitchell “Staff make students feel comfortable and support us to learn” - Chozen Hart

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

STUDENT SUCCESS IS THE ONLY OPTION

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TE AUTE COLLEGE Kia mataara, e tu- i runga i te whakapono, whakatangata kia kaha kia meatia a- koutou mea katoa i runga i te aroha.

Te Aute College established in 1854 is a state integrated, Ma-ori Anglican boarding school for young men located in Pukehou, Central Hawke’s Bay. The college moto Whakatangata kia kaha – Quit ye like men be strong is taken from the above opening passage, 1 Corinthians 16:13 in the bible. Te Aute College enrolls boarders and day students from Year 9 through to 13 and is a specialised school committed to producing the finest young men in Aotearoa, under the mantle and our special character status of kaupapa Ma-ori, tikanga Ma-ori and Christianity. Any young man who enters the portal of Te Aute College instantly becomes part of this legacy where the amorangi (leading mantra) is Ma-oritanga. Te Aute College is also a specialist school that is set upon the prestigious mantle and whenua (land) bequested by Nga-i Te Whatuia-piti, the local hapu-. Raymond MateneRink Head Boy / Tatana Whare Ngāti Porou, Ngāpuhi, Ngāti Tūwharetoa Raymond Matene-Rink Head Boy / Tatana Whare Ngāti Porou, Ngāpuhi, Ngāti Tūwharetoa Tēnā whakahuati ake ko wai te kāreti nei? Aue ko Te Aute Kāreti ko Te Aute Kāreti Tēnā whakahuatia ake ko wai te tohunga o runga ? Aue ko Te Wiremu ko Te Wiremu Tēnā whakahuatia ake ko wai ngā morehu kua ngaro ki te pō? Ko Tā Pomare, ko Tā Apirana Te Rangihiroa au hei tikitiki mo tāku upoko Kia ora Ko Raymond Matene-Rink ahau. I am the Head Boy of Te Aute College. Our College is steeped in history dating back to 1854. It is 166 years old and one of the oldest schools in Aotearoa and I am very proud to be the student leader of this great College. My connection with this school began when my father was a student in the 1980s and it was always his intention to send his two sons to Te Aute College. It was my dream to attend Te Aute College and follow in my father’s footsteps, so in 2017 I began my journey alongside my brother who was Deputy Head Boy. Te Aute College means so much more to me than just a school. As an example, the strong brotherhood that we form over the years which is a result of living and sharing together with our brothers. Te Aute students have the privilege of a large whānau network and so can travel anywhere around the world and Te Aute whānau will be there to host. The bond, the friendships and the memories will be embedded in my mind forever. This great school has

Taraia Butler Co-Deputy Head Boy / Ngarimu VC Whare Te Whānau-ā-Āpanui, Whakatohea, Ngāti Ruanui, Ngāi Tai given me so much and taught me life’s lessons. Being a leader means setting the right path forward and creating a strong foundation for our new students. Teaching and supporting the boys to learn and practice Teautetanga is fundamental, so that when it comes time for them to lead the school, they are ready. As said in our College Haka “mate atu he toa, ara mai rā he toa” One leader falls, another shall rise to take his place

Manuera Tukaki Co-Deputy Head Boy / Ngarimu VC Whare Ngāi Te Rangi, Ngāti Maniapoto, Tainui Ngāti Porou

Kia ora my name is Taraia Butler, I am a descendent of Apanui Ringamutu from the beautiful East and Turi-Arikinui from the nice breezy West. I attend one of the oldest boys boarding schools in New Zealand, Te Aute College! Opened since 1854 and still standing with values that help us pursue and strive for excellence not only at school but also when we leave for the big wide world. My role here at Te Aute College is Co-Deputy Head Prefect and responsible for Tikanga Māori. I am pushing and striving to attain my goals Taraia Butler Co-Deputy Head Boy / Ngarimu VC Whare through Tikanga Māori, Music and so much more. It is an Te Whānau-ā-Āpanui, Whakatohea, Ngāti Ruanui, Ngāi honour to carry out this role and have this responsibility Tai to help lead the school in all we are doing for the up and Tērā te marama ka rewa mai i te pae, i ahu mai i te Rongo coming years. Whakatangata Kia Kaha! mai tawhiti. Koutou aku tōtara haemata, aku Kauri tū wao takoto e moe. Manuera Tukaki Ki a koutou ngā tini mate, moe mai rā! Rāhiritia mai e ngā Co-Deputy Head Boy / Ngarimu VC Whare uri o Mataatua waka, Kia tū hikitia, kia tū hapainga ko te Ngāi Te Rangi, Ngāti Maniapoto, Tainui, Ngāti Porou whare kōrero , e haere ake nei. Tihei mauri ora! Being a leader is not about being better than anybody Me haumiri ahau ki te taha tika o Maraenui kia tahae tae pō else, it is about having the trust of the student body to ki a te Roroku me kawe au ngā wai o Motu, ngā awaawa i organise and represent them with honesty and enthusiasm, haere mai a Tamatea. Ka eke au ki runga o Tihirau, ka tahuri whenever called upon. Being a leader is setting a good te kanohi ka titiro ki te tai hauāuru, ko nga kuri a Whārei, ko example for students, following the school rules and being te rohe rāhui tēnei o Mataatua. Titiro atu ahau ki te kahanui a Tiki ki Rangitaua ko Te Ehutu, ko Tukaki, ko Te Whānau there when needed and ensuring that all my duties are a Apanui. Me rere aorangi ahau ki te tihi tapu o Maunga fulfilled. We follow our school values Tika, Pono, and Aroha. Pohatu ko ngā taniwha o Tuhoe, me whai au i te awa o With these values we show compassion, respect, and Motu, ngā awa i haere mai nō Tatai Aorangi me ruku au i te integrity to others in our actions, words, and thoughts. That moana i Hauriri, auē ko Tainui ko Torere-nui-a-rua ko Ngāi is what it means to be a leader at Te Aute College. Tai. Tihei mauri ora Whakatangata Kia Kaha.

ROTENE House Captains Parekura Watene-Savea Ngāti Kahungunu ki Te Whanganui-a-Orotu, Ngāti Porou

Caelen Marcroft

Ngāti Tūwharetoa, Ngāti Rangiwewehi ki Uta

NGATA House Captains Maui Tapara Ransfield Ngāi Tahu, Ngāti Kahungunu Trizarn HenareMcLaughlin Raukawa, Waikato TATANA House Captains Klayde Te Kahu Ngāti Kahungunu o Heretaunga Tupuarangi Taniwha Ngāti Awa, Tuhoe, Ngāpuhi, Te Whānau-ā-Āpanui NGARIMU VC House Captains Maika Graham Ngāti Kahungunu Rongomaiahua Burton Ngāi Tai, Ngāti Pukeko,

Te Aute College, 100 SH2, Pukehou 4276, Central Hawke’s Bay Phone: 06 856 8016 | admin@teaute.school.nz | www.teaute.maori.nz

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


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

Central Hawke’s Bay Prefects 2021 The Prefects team is responsible for leading their peers in each of their portfolios throughout the year. Prefects have responsibilities for Cultural, Academic, Community and Sporting areas of the school.

Left to right: Courtney Green, Emma Giddens, Emma Thomsen, Lydia Bucknell, Mitchell Thompson, Matthew Hulena, Jackson Baylis, Oliver Wichman.

2020 Dux Litterarum

Head Prefects Matthew Hulena (Head Boy) and Lydia Bucknell (Head Girl)

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.

Johanna Nieuwenhuis

Johanna Nieuwenhuis, had the honour of receiving Dux for the 2020 academic year. This year she is attending Auckland University and studying Medicine.

2021 House Captains

BOT Student Representative Cove Lambert

Year 11 student Cove Lambert is the Student Representative on the Board of Trustees and is currently studying Level 1 NCEA.

Developing Young Leaders

House Captains play an important part in the running of the sporting and cultural Inter-House events that are held each year. Their experience and encouragement allow students to excel in these extra curricula activities.

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Nikki Douglas, Carlo Ruddlesden, Emma Bennett, Olivia Johnson.

Alex Kohleis, Torin Welch, Cole Burne, Isabella Cruickshank, Wilko Clarke, Paige Dominikovich, Kate Apolonio. Ash James.

Hobson

Erina Sciascia-Bland, Logan Kingi, Toby Coppinger, Riley Ball.

House Captains fulfil a vital role in leading their Houses through an array of cultural and sporting events throughout the year. They are expected to lead by example and support each Inter House event and encourage their House to participate to the best of their ability.

Leadership opportunities are offered at each Year level within the school. Each year students from each year level form Leadership Groups, which organise and run various events for their year level. The opportunity to show and grow leadership skills and work with others is an important step in developing our young leaders of the future.

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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HASTINGS CHRISTIAN SCHOOL Senior Leaders 2021

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

www.hcs.school.nz Head Boy Josiah Robinson

Sports Prefects: Sophie Clark and Pula Tolovae Peivi Music Prefects: Hannah Jamieson and Shalece Hohneck

Head Girl Elizabeth Reyland

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Deputy Head Boy Kasey Hart

Deputy Head Girl Atalia Thompson

House Leaders: Richmond Walker (Manuka), William Robinson (Totara), Anouk van Seventer (Kowhai), Viola du Toit (Rimu), Isabelle Ashe (Totara), Vela Peivi (Manuka), Cole van der Spuy (Rimu), Edward Major (Kowhai)


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St Joseph’s Māori Girls’ College

www.sjmgc.school.nz P: 8448461 F:8442548 E:stjomaori@sjmgc.school.nz

Back Row: Ruihapounamu Wilcox (Ngai Tūhoe, Ngāpuhi), Patricia Taumata-Albert (Rongomaiwahine (Te Māhia), Ngāti Kahungunu, Ngāpuhi), Tiori Gallagher (Ngāti Tūwharetoa (ki Taupō), Ngāti Maniapoto), Brianna Kaye (Ngāti Kahungunu), Nellakaye Tito-Heremaia (Ngāpuhi, Tainui), Brady Simeon (Ngāpuhi), Saida Treacy (Ngāti Kahungunu, Tainui) Front Row: Pano Flavell-Huaki (Te Whānau-ā-Apanui), Horiana Smallman (Ngāti Kahungunu), Te Waimarie Ngatai-Callaghan (Te Whānau-ā-Apanui, Te Arawa), Rylee-Jade Nicholson (Tainui, Ngāti Porou)

2021 Prefects

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Proudly acknowledging our 2021 leaders Congratulations to our 2021 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: Standing: Isabella Bancks - Sports Prefect, Ophelia Ross - Head of Columba House, Olivia Boyes - Head of McNeil House, Eva Kershaw - Head of Gartan House, Emma Downey - Head of Fraser House, Millie Simmons - Junior Prefect, Molly Nilsson - Chapel Prefect. Seated: Jessica Wilson - Wellbeing Prefect, Amie Stratford - Service Prefect, Hana Peacock - Head of School, Principal Helen Armstrong, Margot Russell - Head of Boarding, Olivia McLeod - Performing Arts Prefect, Caitlin Thomas - Academic Prefect.

You are warmly invited to

Open Day 2021 Saturday 27 March 10.00am – 1.00pm Enjoy a guided tour of our world-class facilities. Meet our students, staff and parent community. Learn about our unique boarding experience, and discover how an Iona College education empowers our girls for life – guiding them to be the innovators, creators and leaders of the future.

Register now www.iona.school.nz

Boarding and Day School for Girls - Years 7-13

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WAIROA COLLEGE 2021 LEADERS Our Vision:

Our Mission:

Our Core Values

Wairoa College, the school of choice by engaging students in an innovative, future focused curriculum that inspires personal excellence.

Through Manaakitanga, we will create a supportive environment setting high expectations that inspire lifelong learning.

Caring for each student MANAAKITANGA Working together KOTAHITANGA Respect WHAKAMANA Resilience AUMANGEA

Teancum Scotson Head Boy

Ruby Mildon Head Girl

Aaron Stafford

Deputy Head Boys & Music Prefect

Tiana Douglas Deputy Head Girl

Ishmael Kirwan Sports Prefect

Riley Stanaway

Academic /Learning Support Prefect

CONGRATULATIONS

Tamara Stewart Te Toki House Leader

Alexis McIntyre Patu House Leader

Sam Skudder Manu House Leader

Monica Stewart

Riverlee Vanpraseuth

To our Student Leaders of 2021. I know you will display personal excellence through our values of Resilience, Respect, Manaakitanga and Kotahitanga

Community & Student Volunteer Prefect Community & Student Volunteer Prefect

Lucknow Street | 06 838 8303 | www.wairoacollege.school.nz | email: info@wairoacollege.school.nz


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Karamu High School Leaders 2021 Congratulations to our 2021 Leaders

Karamu High School would like to recognise and celebrate our Year 13 student leaders for 2021. This group of exceptional students have repeatedly demonstrated the attributes and qualities of leadership that make them valuable members of the Karamu High School and wider Hastings community. They exemplify our school values and what it means to be Proudly Karamu. This group has once again set the school a wero or challenge using the words of Zig Ziglar, American author, salesman, and motivational speaker. “You don’t have to be great to start but you have to start to be great” Our students are now looking forward to starting their Year 13 leadership journey, while continuing to be future focused learners. Mrs Dionne Thomas - Principal

Community Leaders Marcus Krekeler, Emily Brookes, Kade Lindsay

Academic Leaders Kendra Coombe, Ethin Templeton, Hayley Smith

Cultural Leaders Cherish Maui, Rameka Pohatu-Hawkins

Sophie Brookes Deputy Head Student, Paige Flashoff Head Student, Keelan Heesterman Head Student, Jacob Reeve Deputy Head Student

Sport Leaders Rana Cetinturk, Hannah Hunt

Performing Arts Leaders Jennifer Boyd, Michael Tapson

House Leaders Joel Tawera, Maia Colman-Savage, Ruby Schmidt, Timara Stevens-Lett, Elijah Casson, Cameron Orr, Jade Edmonds, LJ Henderson-Ereatara

www.karamu.school.nz Cnr Grove Road and Windsor Avenue, Hastings

For further information about opportunities for your child at Karamu High School please contact the school office by phoning 878 7139 or email us at admin@karamu.school.nz

Open Evening Tuesday 10th August 2021


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Congratulations to our Leaders for 2021

Heads of School Joel Hagen, Emma Findlay (deputy heads of school), Mr Oliver (Principal) Makayla Purcell-Mainini, Jack Evans (Heads of School)

Heads of Miller Hannah Findlay and Sam Buswell

Heads of Tareha Campbell Gray and Amone Nel

Heads of Kaiwhata Brayden Leicester and Lucy Cairns

Heads of Hetley Jackson Haines and Caitlin Wood


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Heads of Academic Nicole McLaren and Daniel Scott

Head of International Isaac Bae

Head of Functions Kayla Davison

Board of Trustees !tudent Rep Tom Little

Heads of Sport Morgan Wilkins and Tom Davies

Heads of Drama and Music Isabelle Monk, Sam Herries, Sam Buswell and Holly Wogan

Heads of Technology Holly Wogan and Sutton Needle-Morrison

Heads of Maori Students Tayla Gregory and Jasmine Savage

Head of Environment Talia White-Shaw

Head of Awhina Centre Phoebe Shea

Head of Wellbeing Karlie Morrison

Heads of Peer Support Ella Hogan, Charlie Mudgway, Samantha Lee, Hannah Exton and Josiah Bryant

Taradale High School Be determined. Aim high. Piki ake. Kia maia.

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