Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori – Friday 31 July

“Kia tika a muri, ka ora a mua” “If the right support is given from the back, then the work of those at the front will be successful” Tēnā tātou e te whanau o te kura o Panuku  I tērā Rāpare i tū tētahi pō kohi putea mō tō mātou haerenga ki Te Tai Tokerau […]

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Elizabeth performs well in world aquatics champs

Year 13 student, Elizabeth Cui, is currently representing New Zealand in her chosen sport of diving at the 2015 World Aquatics Championships in Kazan, Russia. Lizzie, along with fellow Kiwi Liam Stone, performed well in the competition and were among 26 competitors from 13 countries competing in the Mixed Synchronized 3 Metre Springboard. Well done […]

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Sir James Wallace shares his art – Wednesday 29 July

Henderson High School has the privilege of having some of the prestigious Sir James Wallace Art Collection adorning our walls. Sir James Wallace began collecting New Zealand art in the mid-1960s, with a particular focus on the work of emerging artists. In 1992 he transferred his Collection to a newly formed Charitable Trust, which he […]

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Plenty of love on a plate at Food Show – New Zealand Herald 30 July 2015

The New Zealand Herald ran a story on Thursday 30 July about our very own Henderson High School entrepreneurs who will be among 300 other stallholders at the Auckland Foodshow this week. Our Young Enterprise Team have spent six months creating what they claim to be New Zealand’s first almond milk yoghurt, O’Le’lei Yo, which […]

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JHACK July 2015

Three teams of budding programmers were invited to represent Henderson High School in the JHACK NZ Programming Challenge at the end of term two. A pre-cursor to the event included a visit to the programming department at Air New Zealand. Our national carrier is well known for their excellence in programming, website, and apps. Students […]

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