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Nov 132017
 
End of an era marked at Kuranui College’s prizegiving

Kuranui College’s 2017 Senior Prizegiving marked the end of an era, with the departure of Principal Geoff Shepherd after 18 years, but he used his final speech to highlight the healthy future ahead for the South Wairarapa school.

Before being farewelled with a rousing and highly-emotional haka led by the … Read More >

Sep 302017
 
New curriculum a game changer for Kuranui students

Kuranui College will be offering a ground-breaking new curriculum for its Year 9 and 10 students from next year.

Students will no longer study subjects, but courses. Each course will combine a number of subjects to create a collaborative, future-focused environment where students solve real-life problems.

“We have recognised that … Read More >

Sep 132017
 
Kuranui Principal Ready for New Challenge

Kuranui Principal Geoff Shepherd will be leaving the South Wairarapa college at the end of January 2018, but before he departs he has the small matter of completing a much deserved sabbatical.

Shepherd joined Kuranui in 1999 as Deputy Principal and took over the helm after Grey Tuck retired nearly … Read More >

Aug 172017
 
Kuranui retains annual sport exchange trophy

Kuranui College has retained the Bailey Family Trophy following last Friday’s annual sports exchange with Tararua College.

The trophy has seen some fierce challenges over the last four years. Last year Kuranui retained the trophy despite a draw, but this year the South Wairarapa college defeated the visitors in five … Read More >

Aug 012017
 
Korero 1st August 2017

Kuranui Korero 1st August 2017 is now available for download. It features:

Music Competitions Rangatahi Leadership Wānanga News from the Enviro Club Typing Classes “I Shall Fly” Mumps Alert Community Driver Mentor Programme Fresh Jam Enrichment opportunities Electoral Panel Discussion Digital Technologies Curriculum Consultation and more!

 

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Aug 012017
 
Kuranui Girls Coding Club Breaks the Mould

In a groundbreaking move Kuranui College has introduced girls-only computer sessions during lunch time breaks.

The national school curriculum is going through some of the biggest changes in a decade to ensure that Kiwi youngsters have the skills and knowledge to engage in an increasingly digital world. The recent set … Read More >

Jun 252017
 
Kuranui Students Conquer the Mountains

Kuranui senior students had a taste of tramping one of the Tararua’s highest peaks during a recent two-day expedition across the Mount Holdsworth-Jumbo Circuit.

Conquering the mountain is something that’s integral to Kiwi DNA, and if there’s one thing that makes the Wairarapa a great place to study, it’s the … Read More >

Jun 192017
 
Kuranui College Mufti Day Fills the Bank

Last Thursday, Kuranui College held a mufti day with a difference. Instead of donating the usual gold coin, students were asked to bring in a can or an item of non-perishable food for the Featherston Foodbank.

The fundraiser was devised by a group of college friends as part of a … Read More >

Jun 182017
 
Kuranui Science Student Reaches for the Stars

A Kuranui College science student has won a rare chance to meet Emmy Award-winning astrophysicist Dr Neil deGrasse Tyson.

An expert on star formation, exploding stars, dwarf galaxies and the structure of our Milky Way, the American best-selling author will be presenting his own guide ‘A Cosmic Perspective’ to a … Read More >

Jun 182017
 
Kuranui Player of the Month - Jack Morgan

The Kuranui Player of the Month for May is Jack Morgan.

Jack plays as striker in the 1st XI Boys Hockey team, and he was just named in the Wairarapa U15 Boys Hockey Representative Team.

Jack scores a month’s free gym membership, courtesy of Strength Nation!

Kuranui coaches and managers, … Read More >

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