Our school values are all linked to the idea of service: service to ourselves, each other, our environment, and our community. Service manifests itself in many ways at our school, from our student-led Service Committee, our Team Green initiative in which students design and lead sustainability projects in our school and community, and our Students in the Community Programme which sees all Year 13 students contribute in positive and meaningful ways through volunteering in our community. We encourage service to each other every day, as we promote and recognise behaviour that values each and every student as unique, special, and capable of achieving success in their own way.

Service Committee

Our Service Committee exemplifies our school values of whanaungatanga and aroha through its efforts to create a sense of belonging and support within our school and wider community and also through its empathy, compassion and kindness in organising social events and fundraisers that benefit our community. 

The desire to be there for others and make a positive difference.This committee is made up of students who enjoy planning events, running activities and getting involved in the community and school life.

Our members

Lyla Chamberlain

Aimee Harrold

Casey Irwin

Hazel Murray

Scarlett Norman

Ella Parker

Bella Sarginson

Laura Watkins

Jessie Winter

Amity Drake

Support teacher: Kate Brown

Our focus

  • getting the junior students involved more in school life
  • raising money for selected charities 
  • acting with empathy, compassion and kindness 
  • organising school-leaver events 
  • maintaining the service committee's presence in our school.

Our achievements

  • organising our Valentine’s Day event
  • running KidsCan mufti day
  • organising leaver events for the Year 13s
  • supporting the 40 Hour Famine with school disco 
  • planning a fundraiser for Relay for Life.