Mufti Day Thursday, 6 August
Thursday, 6 August is a Mufti Day.
If students wish to wear mufti, we ask them to please bring $2.00.
All funds raised go to Canteen.
HBHS Senior Management
Morning Tea Thank you
A huge thank you to our school community who provided a wonderful array of treats for the annual staff morning tea. There was an amazing spread last Wednesday, and the staff were delighted and highly appreciative of all of your efforts. The morning tea is a day that is greatly anticipated every year – so thank you all for making it work so well.
Many thanks from the Hamilton Boys’ High School Staff.
Youth Careers NZ Webinar
One of our Year 13 students, the founder of youthcareersnz, has organized a 3-part careers webinar with an incredible group of speakers, including Dr Ashley Bloomfield, Chloe Swarbrick, and Anna Mowbray.
The webinar series will take place from the 30th of July to the 1st of August and all details have been outlined in the attached posters.
A screenshot of the instagram, @youthcareersnz, has also been attached. Be sure to follow it as it contains all speaker bios, details, and potential future updates for how to join the webinar.
Zoom link (for all webinars):
By clicking on this link, students will be put in touch with some of the most inspirational and accomplished speakers across the country.
NCEA Revision Seminar
NCEA Revision Seminar - Tuesday, 11th August
Presenter: Alan Reilly - ‘The Art of Learning’
Venue: HBHS School Study Centre
Time: 6.30pm – 8.00pm
Parents are warmly invited to attend our NCEA Revision Seminar. Research clearly shows that one of the most important determinants of student success at school is parental involvement, but many parents don’t know how to get involved effectively.
To help with this, Hamilton Boys’ High School is inviting parents to a free, ninety minute seminar on Tuesday Evening, 11th August, that will show parents how they can support their children’s learning at home and help them to develop more resilience and achieve greater success at school.
Presenter Alan Reilly has been running ‘The Art of Learning’ workshops for many years with the 'Art of Learning' business and our own students reporting significant shifts in their learning and achievement after participating in these workshops. Mr Reilly has an established history of creditable seminars that have generated many positive responses from schools within New Zealand and overseas.
Parents, please express your interest via email to email@example.com
Middle School Academic Mentor