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based on the Cambridge International Curriculum.
Huanui College 10 Year Anniversary
7 & 8 February 2020
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Celebrating 10 years of Huanui College.
Night of the Arts
The Night of the Arts was a show to behold indeed! With all 250 tickets sold out, we were set for an exciting and busy evening. All students involved were bused out from the College at the end of period 2, and got to immediate work at the venue, “Christ Church”, practicing their acts and tuning instruments and costumes.
With Mrs Muir and Matua Henry running the rehearsals, the transitions of the show were in tip-top shape by the end of the day when the buses returned the students to school. Ms Budd-Fletcher was in charge of the kitchen, speedily creating a banquet of canapes with the Year 9 Food and Nutrition class. Ms Cole, Ms Evans and Miss Rouse set up the exhibition that showcased wonderful work from the Art and Technology classes of that year, with a special exhibition of photography from Bella Wallace.
Parents, friends, and guests arrived at 7pm and were welcomed by a Karakia from Matua Henry and Takaimaania Ngata-Henare. The two hosts of the evening, Brandon Chuter and Toby Hooper, were on form with their promptness to duty and most outstanding, highly hilarious jokes. The Night of the Arts showcased a variety of talented acts which included, students from Year 8 Drama and Music, Year 7 Drama and Music, Year 10 Music, Kapa Haka Performance Group, Year 9 Music and not to mention the special performances from Sam Snushall, Amelia Hori-Elliott, Seheun Hong and Hayoon Seo, Robin Snowsill and Maisie McEnery-Lane, The Unaccompanied Minors, Tiana Thompson and Paige Pulham, Grace Wiegersma, Esther Wiegersma, Asha Huddleston, Oliver Buckle and Rachael Jackson, Natalya Newman and M’Lago Morrison.
A most wonderful evening that truly captured and represented the talent at Huanui College, well done to all the participants for the high calibre of skill on show. We do look forward to next year's presentations!
Congratulations to our past student, Ethan Codlin!
Ethan Codlin travelled to Gisborne as a member of the Te Tai Tokerau Tane Maori hockey team to play in the National maori tournament. Following this tournament NZ Senior and Junior U21 teams are named. Ethan has been named in the NZ Junior team.
Newsletter - November 2019
Reflecting back on my first year at Huanui College, many things have impressed me in my observations of the students, staff, parents and community.
Huanui College Library Blog
For the latest library news! The Huanui College Library Blog is dedicated to delivering book reviews from school students. Our Media Studies students have been busy writing articles and reviews of exciting novels.
We also supply library news, like upcoming events or newly purchased novels. So stay tuned, as more book reviews get uploaded!
A uniquely individual
We believe that every child must be valued as an individual. Our shared vision is to develop self-confidence, self-worth and happiness in our students, within a special atmosphere of encouragement and support.
Enabling students to
reach their true potential
We encourage healthy competition, diligence and the pursuit of personal excellence. Students are taught in small classes and are treated as individuals.