Wander down the corridors of the technology block at Kuranui College this term and you may be forgiven for thinking you’re in culinary heaven given the pleasant aromas emanating from the school’s food tech classroom.
Nine students from around the globe have enrolled in the South Wairarapa college, each bringing … Read More >
The Kuranui 1st Xi faced Wairarapa 2nds in bitterly cold conditions on Saturday 18th March, 2017.
A close game demonstrating some great batting (especially from Toby Wilkinson who got 40) but resulting in a loss to Kuranui.
Wairarapa college showed some great fielding and batting. Waicol batted first and achieved … Read More >
A total of 6 records were broken at the Kuranui College Swimming Sports held last Friday at the Greytown Memorial Pools.
Amelia O’Connell broke 4 records in the Under 14 girls Section:1 Length Freestyle in 17.78s in the heats (Amelia’s own record broken last year in 17.84s). 2 Lengths… Read More >
Kuranui College students continue to set new academic standards, with outstanding NCEA results and an impressive number gaining top university scholarships.
The Level 1 results are the best the college has ever produced, with an achievement rate of 92%. A large number of senior students also achieved endorsements and the … Read More >
A Kuranui music student has landed an opportunity of a lifetime after being selected to play double bass for the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra (NZSO) National Youth Orchestra.
William Taber will be performing to huge audiences during two high profile concerts, the first on 14 July at the Michael Fowler … Read More >
Some photos below of Kuranui at Intercollege Athletics, courtesy of the most excellent Wendy Turton!
Results from the Wairarapa Secondary Schools Athletic Championships
Brock Loader: 1st Triple Jump, 3rd Long Jump -Senior Boys
Aaliyah Keys: 2nd Long Jump, 2nd Triple Jump, 3rd 200m –Junior Girls
Jeni Davidson: 2nd High Jump, … Read More >
Kuranui played Rathkeale at home yesterday.
Rathkeale batted first and scored 92/5 which they defended with tight bowling, seeing Kuranui come up short by 17 runs.
Coach Bevan Morland says “The boys’ attitude at both trainings and games has been awesome. Thanks to the parents for their support, and members … Read More >
Last Friday saw Kuranui students gather for Athletics Day. Here’s a small selection of photos!
Kuranui Athletics Day is on Friday 24th February with the 1st event starting at 9am.
Parents and Caregivers are most welcome to attend.
If you can help with time-keeping or recording results for any part of the day, please come and see our team at the TENT by the track.… Read More >
Football Registration is on Friday (17th February) at interval for our boys and girls teams.
Meet by the Sports Notice Board.
If you are unable to make registration, please get a Players Profile Form from the Sports Office Door and have it filled in and returned to the MAIN OFFICE … Read More >
It is wonderful to see that nearly every Year 9 student has a laptop device and is bringing it to school. This will mean that their teachers can plan with certainty and regularly use them in their lessons.
A significant number of Year 9 parents have bought their child’s device … Read More >
Interschools MX Challenge
Run by the Rotorua Motorcyle Club
Event date: Friday 17th March
For further information see Mr Yee at the Sports Office
In you are interested in representing Kuranui in the Inter-School Equestrian Events– see Mr Yee at the Sports Office.
First event of the year … Read More >
A message from Principal Geoff Shepherd:
Happy New Year!
I trust that you and your family had a wonderful Christmas and New Year celebrations.
My initial analysis of the 2016 NCEA results shows that most of our students did very well and by the time the results are confirmed at … Read More >
Wairarapa Baseball are running some “Try baseball” skills/training sessions over the summer break.
If you would like to be involved go then please contact Shane on 027 395 5001 to register your interest, or email wairarapabaseball [at] gmail [dot] com.
Students from Kuranui College, Pirinoa School and Featherston School had a massive day out on Wairarapa Moana / Lake Onoke, learning waka ama skills under the expert guidance of the Hikoikoi Waka Ama Club.
There was clear hesitation and slight resistance at the start but e hika the smiles … Read More >