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Te Aroha College Graduate Profile

‘The students of Te Aroha College are our future, they will be confident, connected, well

rounded and have a clear future direction. They will have pride, purpose and flexibility. They

will seek excellence and excel locally, nationally and internationally in their chosen strengths.

They will be culturally aware and demonstrate tolerance, respect and understanding and will

go out into the world and sustainably take responsibility for themselves and those that rely

on them.’

Principal's Message

I am privileged as Principal of Te Aroha College to lead this fantastic school and believe we 

offer an education second to none. We continue as a leadership and teaching team to

be learners and innovators as we seek to provide new and varied ways to engage all our

students in learning opportunities that focus on personal and educational success. Our size

is our greatest strength as we can offer a personalised education that allows our students to

individually shine. - Heather Gorrie

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There are ShowQuest Rehearsals after school on Tuesday and Friday this week. Please make a huge effort to be there as we are only six weeks away from performing! Ms Hagan, Isabelle and Keisha
- Tuesday 4th May, 2021 (AHA)
All players completing the Netball Sponsorship Fundraising, please meet in the hall during break 1 on Friday

All Junior Teams are to meet in the hall too.
- Friday 7th May, 2021 (AML)

General Notices

All Netball Permission Forms need to be returned ASAP to the OFFICE
The following players need to return them:
Senior B:
Brooke Carter, Emma Nicholls, Summer Hannah
Junior Premier:
Lily Laughton, Ruby Laughton & Chaeli Sutherland
Junior A:
Asya James, Florencia Sadin Bene, Ivy Williams & Trinity Williams-Keene
Junior Development:
Ellaye Maxwell, Ngataria Morunga, Teia Verhoeven, Caitlin Williams, Anja Peake & Kimiora Rongo
Auditions for this year's production "Heavenly Bodies" are on Monday, the 17th May during break times.
We will need students from all ethnic backgrounds - so please do not be shy in coming forward!
If you would like to read a copy of the play, see Ms Hagan in B2.
It has a soundtrack of modern NZ songs, but do not worry if you do not want to sing!
The lead female character will have to dance.
The three goddesses (Fates) will have to sing.
The whole cast will sing one song together at the end.
You will be expected to join the Smart Day "Production" option on Thursdays and rehearse after school on Mondays.
The Performances take place over three nights on the 8th, 9th and 10th of September.
If you are over 16 and interested in donating blood to please jump online to the NZ Blood website and see if your eligible. Then head to the front office to register your name
(this includes teachers)
This Friday the fun day event is going to be football/soccer. This is going to be played in your houses on the back field, all ages and year groups can play. You do not need to sign up all you have to do is just show up for games at both first and second break - Thank you from Junior De Young
Library Overdue Notices have been sent to your email - please check (the date stamp at the back of the book) and then come and return or renew your books.
Starting Monday 10 May, the Pavilion will be cashless - if you want to buy food from the Pavilion you need to buy vouchers from the front office. You can use cash or eftpos to purchase vouchers.
There is a limited amount of school jumpers for sale in the front office - they are $65 each. Jumpers can be paid with cash or eftpos
Year 9 Girls who are playing Volleyball this year your Volleyball Trainings start next Wednesday
There is a muster for any boys interested in playing for the Thames Valley U16 Rep team, 7pm tonight at the Ngatea hockey turf.
Can the Year 9 and 10 Rugby boys meet Mr Aislabie at the Sports shed at break 1 today.