Guided by the commonly known expression BTB (Better than Before), students develop attitudes and skills for lifelong learning and personal growth in a positive, supportive environment.
The culture and ethos of the ‘Shirley Man’ focuses on connections with students’ roots, so they are socially and emotionally competent, resilient and optimistic about the future.
Learning specifically tailored to suit boys needs ensures higher engagement, resulting in greater success and higher achievement levels.
The SPACPAC Pasifika Speech Competition was last night at Riccarton High School. Well done to all of those involved! Special congratulations to Cooper Gibb-Faumuina who came first in the Junior English category and Hilton Kairua who was first in the Cook Island category! We also had entrants in junior and senior Tongan (Senituli Kavainutu’u and Leo Nasio), senior English (Wesley Potogi), and junior and senior Samoan (Laniselota Siaifa and Poly Tiatia). This is the highest number of entrants we have ever had as a school!Visit Our Page