Goal Setting Day: Wed 12th Feb, 9.00am - 6.00pm. Letters and emails have been sent home with instructions on how to book online appointments. If you are unable to make an appointment online, please call the school office on 237 5465. We look forward to welcoming our whanau to PC. Keep Reading
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STUDENT START DATES FOR 2020 Wed 22nd Jan: Leadership Training for Yr 13 Prefects and Mentors, 9.00am - 3.00pm Thu 23rd Jan: Yr 11, 12 & 13 Course Confirmation, 9.00am - 12noon Wed 29th Jan: Yr 11, 12 & 13 students to meet with Learning Coaches and Pastoral Leaders, 9.00am - 11.00am Wed 29th Jan: Yr 10 students to meet with Learning Coaches and Keep Reading
Eleven families have been working with their e-Learning tutors over the past six months to gain digital skills to be able to learn and participate more easily in New Zealand society. All refugees have a story, some are extremely traumatic, and (almost without exception) they are very grateful to be in New Zealand and safe! ... Keep Reading
Although many students choose to do the 10-week course to get a free computer and internet, it is not long before they realise that the learning they can access is worth so much more for both themselves and their families ... Keep Reading
This is one of the most enjoyable events in our Rotary calendar. The best speakers from the nine primary schools in the Paramoana cluster (schools in northern Porirua) compete for trophies and impressive cups for the winning schools. It began in 2002, with our club sponsoring it continuously from 2003 ... Keep Reading
Theo Sutorius took the Viewpoint slot tonight. He thanks the club for the sponsorship and told members a bit about himself and his forthcoming, life-changing trip to the Netherlands for a year l... Keep Reading
Chris Theobald is now principal of Bishop Viard College, which has been through tough times of late. He is the sixth principal in seven years and the college is under statutory management ... Keep Reading
Porirua City's focus is on children and young people and the City supports opportunities like these awards for primary school students to celebrate and encourage children to grow and lead as citizens. ... Keep Reading
This year, our meetings with Lead Teachers are being held once a term. The aim is to support schools to select the assessments and instructional strategies that fit best with their school while, at the same time, ensuring teachers are supported to continue with the instructional practices that have been shown to make a difference ... Keep Reading
Jaqs Wilton, Manager of English Language Partners, Porirua, was our guest for the graduation of our latest Kiwi Connect Programme, run for refugees from Wellington and Lower Hutt ... Keep Reading
Tonight, our speaker will be Justin Hodgkiss who will speak on the opportunities afforded by new materials and nanotechnology, particularly with respect to managing climate impact ... Keep Reading
Watch some of our students during a PE class as a reporter addresses the relationship between exercise and injury. Keep Reading
This week Bill McAulay chaired a panel discussion focussed on young people and their opinions. The panellists were all from Porirua College, with which our club has a close association ... Keep Reading
Graduates from the 85th Computers in Homes course in Porirua were presented with their certificates by local principal, Rhys McKinley (Windley School). Rhys encouraged the graduates with their learning and praised them for supporting their children’s or grandchildren's learnng ... Keep Reading