TENA KOUTOU, MALO E LELEI, TALOFA LAVA, KIA ORANA,
FAKAALOFA LAHI ATU, TALOFĀ NI AND GREETINGS
Porirua College is a co-educational state secondary school that delivers education for Years 9-13 students.
The college has a safe, caring and supportive environment with a reputation for encouraging students to
achieve excellence not only academically, but culturally, in sports and the arts.
The Community College has commenced for 2013.
Please read the Community College page under the About Us tab for more information.
Night classes are available to learn the following languages:
Tokelau • Tongan • Niue • Cook Islands Māori • Te Reo Māori
2013 Board of Trustees' Parent Elections
Nominations have closed and the following people have been nominated:
Voting closes at 12 noon on Thursday 30 May. All voting papers must be returned in the envelope provided addressed to the Returning Officer and sealed. Freepost envelopes will be sent out with the voting papers. (If not in a sealed envelope the vote is invalid). All voting papers and information were posted on Monday 20 May.
Porirua College's Mission:
Porirua College develops powerful learners who are willing
and able to use this quality in the service of their communities.
Porirua College's Vision:
|The Porirua College||Learning Houses|
Many thanks to Paul McCredie for use of this photo.
Our Student Management System sends text messages to parents/caregivers of students who are marked absent for morning Learning Coach, Period 1 and/or Period 2. Text messages are sent at 12.30pm each day. Please phone the office on 237-5465 to confirm absences and continue to ring us if your child is away.
We require an assistant coach for our U14 Rugby team. If you are interested please call our Sports Coordinator, Rachel Falemaka, on
021 026 74043 or email her at email@example.com
Monday to Friday
Check and Connect
|9.10 - 9.20am|
|Period 1||9.20 - 10.50|
|INTERVAL||10.50 - 11.10|
|Period 2||11.10 - 12.05|
|Period 3||12.05 - 1.00|
|LUNCH||1.00 - 1.40|
|Period 4*||1.40 - 2.30|
|Period 5||2.30 - 3.20|
*School finishes after Period 4 on Thursday.
Monday 6 May - Friday 12 July
6-12 May is Youth Week
Tuesday, 7 May - Diabetes presentation
Wednesday, 8 May - Hon Hekia Parata visit regarding PB4L
Friday, 10 May - Anti-bullying presentation by Reggie Dabbs
School Talent Quest
Wednesday, 15 May - Beard Trophy at Field 1, Porirua Park, 7pm - Porirua College Vs Aotea College
(Porirua College Girls Vs Aotea College Girls as the curtain raiser at 5.45pm)
Thursday, 16 May - Board of Trustees' Election nominations close at 12 noon
Tuesday, 21 May - Full school assembly.
PB4L meeting in Kenepuru House 3.30-4.30pm. All parents, students and staff are welcome to attend
Wednesday, 22 May - Level 3 History Trip
Thursday, 23 May - Netball Senior College Sport Wellington
Friday, 24 May - External moderation
Thursday, 30 May - Board of Trustees' Election Day
Board of Trustees' Meeting
NCEA Whanau Wananga
Monday, 3 June - Public Holiday - Queen's Birthday
Tuesday, 4 June - School is closed for a Teacher Only Day
Wednesday, 5 June - Nga Manu Korero (Speech Competition) in Otaki
Tuesday, 18 June - PB4L meeting in Kenepuru House 3.30-4.30pm. All parents, students and staff are welcome to attend
Thursday, 27 June - Board of Trustees' Meeting.
Tuesday, 2 July - PB4L meeting in Kenepuru House at 3.30-4.30pm. All parents, students and staff are welcome to attend
Week commencing 8 July - School reports and the school newsletter AKO! AKO! AKO! will be sent home
Friday, 12 July 2013 - last day of term two.
Monday 29 July - Friday 27 September
Monday 14 October - Friday 6 December
Please read our 2013-2014 prospectus as attached