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This takes the cake!

Posted: Tuesday October 31, 2017

Angel, of Room 11, has had her life story made into a cake.

Table Tennis at Tahuna.

Posted: Tuesday October 31, 2017

Held at Kaikorai Valley College on Thursday afternoons, the annual InterSchool competition concluded in Week 2 after 7 weeks of competition.

Fantastic Footballers.

Posted: Tuesday October 31, 2017

Last term, we (Tehya and Ngaio) travelled to Alexandra to trial for 13th and 14th grade National Age group for Lower South Island rep girls.

South Island Waterpolo Tournament weekend

Posted: Monday October 30, 2017

Tahuna A waterpolo team entered into the South Island tournament over the weekend. We were faced playing teams all over the South Island, in a bid to win a trophy.

Songwriting and Creativity

Posted: Monday October 30, 2017

This term the students at Tahuna have been writing songs in music. Some of the students have had the opportunity to record their song with Mr Breese and uploaded to for the world to hear.

Tahuna students representing Basketball Otago

Posted: Thursday October 26, 2017

Three students from Rm 16 have done well in the U13 South Island Tournament!

Surfing in Gisborne

Posted: Saturday October 21, 2017

Luke Rogers of Room 1 Surfing in Gisborne

Room 1 Enjoy Rock Climbing at Long Beach

Posted: Wednesday October 11, 2017

Room 1 was grateful for the beautiful sunshine on our recent visit to Long Beach. Students thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to utilise the skills they learned previously on the rocks. Everyone faced a challenge, enjoyed the sunshine, BBQ lunch, treasure hunt and beach cricket.

Blue Cod Frenzy

Posted: Thursday September 28, 2017

Great day, great weather, great kids!

Peninsula Bus Service

Posted: Wednesday September 27, 2017

ORC Meeting outcome, to continue Peninsula Bus Service next term. More information will be out soon.

Action Galore So Far!

Posted: Tuesday September 26, 2017

A picture says a thousand words so here are heaps of photos and a few highlights from some of the students.

A little bit of last minute fundraising!

Posted: Friday September 22, 2017

The dumplings prepared by the travellers with the help of Harry and friends today were a big hit at lunchtime. The sausages and bread were not in demand with dumplings and clams (from Southern Clams) on the menu. Lots of excitement brewing

Design technology's artist

Posted: Thursday September 21, 2017

Charlotte Campbell, (room 10 year 8) has made her very own artist's easel and palette during her two weeks in design technology.

Thanks Southern Clams!

Posted: Wednesday September 20, 2017

A huge thank you to Roger Belton, Managing Director of Southern Clams, for supporting this years Extension Camp to Rakiura, Stewart Island.


Posted: Wednesday September 20, 2017

Archer wins at Bandquest 2017

Tahuna "Stars on Stage" Wows !

Posted: Tuesday September 19, 2017

It was not only the audience who were delighted by Tahuna's performance but the organisors and Regent theatre staff who gave wonderful feedback.

Chinese Immersion Day October 18th 2017

Posted: Tuesday September 19, 2017

During the first week of term 4 Tahuna will host a Chinese Immersion Day. The day will be filled with fun activities that 12 schools from the Otakou Mandarin Cluster will attend.

KORFBALL at Tahuna

Posted: Tuesday September 19, 2017

Korfball is a sport not many Kiwis would have heard of, or even known had existed. Over the past 4 weeks for PE, Tahuna students have had the opportunity to get involved in this new sport, assisted by expert coach, Manon Wiegerink (who has come all the way from the...

Looking back through term 3

Posted: Tuesday September 19, 2017

Korf Ball, swimming, tramping, Poly fest, Stars on Stage, 7 YearS.


Posted: Tuesday September 19, 2017

RESPECT - RESPONSIBILITY - CREATIVITY & SUCCESS The third term has nearly finished now and we can reflect on a very successful term with many students achieving to the highest levels in various sporting, cultural, performing and academic areas as well as the school being involved in a wide range...