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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

Welcome to Te Aroha College - Photo Showcase

 

Meetings

Hall 9am-11am - Year 11 Maths- Miss Parks class only
Hall 9am-12pm - Year 13 Calculus
- Monday 21st September, 2020 (RSC)
Come and check out the variety of suits and dresses available in the careers room. They are free for students to borrow for the school ball
- Thursday 10th September, 2020 (SVE)
Cast and Crew of Beauty and the Beast - if you picked up a Beauty and the Beast book and took it home by accident can you PLEASE COME AND SEE MS HAGAN TODAY ABOUT IT and we will make arrangements to collect it! Thank you
- Friday 18th September, 2020 (AHA)
Staff and Students
If you would like to display your Performing Art (Musicians, Singers, Dancers, Comedians), Visual Art, Crafts, Technology Products, Culinary Delights, Digital Creations etc - please join in on the 2020 Te Aroha College SHOWCASE next term. The community is invited to watch and view our creativity, for free.
It is on Wednesday, the 21st October between 5pm and 8pm, Week 2, TERM 4 during Spirit Week.
It is a chance for the whanau, community and school to come together and appreciate each other's talent and ability.
We will be taking entries at the beginning of next term for those students intending to perform. You will have to practise on stage beforehand, to be eligible.
Think about what you and your friends might like to do over the holiday break.
Thank you
Ms Hagan
- Saturday 19th September, 2020 (AHA)
If during Beauty and the Beast, you have lost a sweatshirt or a watch and can describe it - please see Ms Hagan asap
- Saturday 19th September, 2020 (AHA)
Can all badminton players who signed up for champs meet in the quad Tuesday break 1 for a quick meeting about the tournament. If you cannot attend, please catch up on details with Mr Aislabie,
- Tuesday 8th September, 2020 (PAI)

General Notices

Due to the behaviour of some waiting in the Bus Lines on Wednesday - Bus Pupils must now wait on the grass in school - you will go to your bus when the teacher on duty says you can.
Just a reminder that exams are in the Hall this morning, from 8.45am to 12pm. Please be quiet around the Hall.
The Bells will be turned off from 8.45am until 12pm.
Exams are on again on Wednesday and Thursday.
Nei rā te mihi maioha ki ngā koutou i tono mai i te whakataetae - te ingoa roa rawa.

First equal = Ngataiawa Pirini & Clio McLaren
Third place = Regan Traynor
Most entertaining = 10 te reo māori
Most improved = Sam Dromogal

Please make a visit to Whaea Arleen to collect your prize.
Don't forget to get your sports photos orders in on line. Use the r photo access key your form teacher gave you. If you do not have one, see your form teacher.