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The Year 9 Prizegiving will be held in the Aurora Centre at 8.30 am on Friday 6 December. All Year 9 students are expected to attend and should report to their form room at 8.15 am. Year 9 students will be released for holidays at approximately 10.00 am.
The Year 10 Prizegiving will be held in the Aurora Centre at 10.30 am on Friday 6 December. All Year 10 students are expected to attend and should report to their form room at 10.15 am. Year 10 students will be released for holidays at approximately 12.00 pm.
Parents and whānau are welcome to attend these prizegivings, although seats are limited to the back rows of the Aurora Centre. We ask that you are seated 10 minutes prior to the start of the ceremony. Thank you.
School reports will be uploaded to the Parent Portal over the next few days for students and parents to access.
Can you help….
Many of you will be aware of our ‘shout-outs’ which students receive for a variety of reasons that reflect our values of Manaakitanga Be Respectful, Mana Have Pride and Rangatiratanga Strive to Excel. Once students have received these they go in a fortnightly draw for a canteen voucher, and an end-of-term draw for a ‘bigger’ prize.
For 2020 we are moving this system onto a digital platform. This will mean that students and caregivers will receive a notification after a certain number of ‘shout-outs’ have been received.
We are looking for suitable acknowledgement prizes to support our system for the ‘shout-out’ draws. If you have any suggestions or contacts for prizes that may be donated we would be very appreciative.
Please contact Debbie Jarrett firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any suggestions.
Ngā mihi nui
BHS Values Team
Burnside High School will be closed for Teacher Only Day (TOD) on Thursday 14 November for the entire day.
I realise that we previously indicated that, as a result of the decision to close the school for students and staff to attend the National Remembrance Service on Friday 29 March, our Teacher Only Day scheduled for Term 4 was likely to be cancelled.
However, after careful consideration and under Section 65D of the Education Act 1989, the Minister of Education has since agreed to our request that we no longer be required to make up an extra day by the end of the...Read the rest of this topic