We Encourage Parents & Caregivers to Work with their Child’s Teachers
Research shows that when parents & caregivers become actively involved in their child’s education and form supportive relationships with the school, their child tends to be more engaged at school. At Te Puke High School, we consider each student’s learning and achievement as a strong positive partnership between the student, parents/caregivers and the school. We actively encourage parents & caregivers to work positively with their child’s teachers to improve their child’s learning and achievement.
3 February – 16 April
3 May – 9 July
26 July – 1 October
18 October – 9 December
Year 13 Camp: 3 – 5 February
Years 9 & 13: 9 February
Whole School: 10 February
Auckland Anniversary Day
Waitangi Day Observed
Anzac Day Observed
Monday 1 February
Saturday 6 February
Monday 8 February
Friday 2 April
Monday 5 April
Tuesday 6 April
Sunday 25 April
Monday 26 April
Monday 7 June
Monday 25 October
Please use our online enrolment form here.
Our Open Night will be on 25th August 2021 from 6.30pm. This provides information about what we have to offer students and families and how to go about the enrolment process. There will also be guided tours of the school.
Students from Contributing Schools
- Please telephone reception on (07) 573 9769 to request an enrolment pack.
- Complete the online enrolment form. Attach a copy of all documents required.
- We will contact you to arrange an enrolment interview.
- Bring all these documents to your enrolment interview.
At Te Puke High School we have a number of ways that we report to parents and caregivers about progress and achievement to support learning and progression.
Progress Checks are completed by subject teachers every fortnight. These reports are designed to give an indication of how students are going with their learning within their classes. These reports will be emailed to parents/caregivers and will also be available through our Web Portal.
NCEA Updates are completed once a term for Terms 2, 3 & 4. These updates are designed to give senior students and whanau an indication of how students are progressing towards gaining NCEA Level 1, 2 and 3.
Curriculum Progression Updates are also completed once a term during Terms 2, 3 and 4. These updates are designed to give junior students and whanau an indication of how students are going as they progress through the curriculum.
Learning Conferences will be held once a term where parents/caregivers, students & teachers will have a chance to meet to discuss the students’ progress and goals.