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Principal's Welcome
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Kia Ora and Welcome to Trident High School.

We are committed to our core values of Quality Work and Respect for Others, that draw on the strength and courage of our motto – Kia Manawa nui – Be courageous. These core values form the basis for all that we do at Trident and are the guiding principles for our day-to-day actions and interactions.

TRIDENT NEWS

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TRIDENT HIGH SCHOOL

HAERE MAI – WELCOME

School day

8.40am - 3pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday

9am - 3pm Wednesday

 

2023 IMPORTANT DATES

 

FIRST WEEK

​Tuesday 31 January Term 1 begins: Teacher Only Day

Wednesday 1 February - Powhiri Y9, 5.30pm

Thursday 2 February - Y9 students, Y13 tuakana teina students & new students at other year levels

Friday 3 February - Full School attend

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Monday 6 February - Waitangi Day

Thursday 6 April - End of Term 1

Friday 7 April - Good Friday

 

Monday 24 April - Term 2 begins: Teacher Only Day

Tuesday 25 April - Anzac Day

Wednesday 26 April - Students return for Term 2

Friday 30 June -  End of Term 2

 

Monday 17 July - Term 3 begins

Monday 31 August - Teacher Only Day

Friday 22 September - End of Term 3 

 

Monday 9 October - Term 4 begins

Wednesday 13 December - End of Term 4

Thursday 14 December - Teacher Only Day

 

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TRIDENT HIGH SCHOOL

PROSPECTUS

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TRIDENT LEADERSHIP TEAM

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Tumuaki/ Principal:

Mrs Adrienne Scott-Jones

2022 Head Boy: Tahupotiki Wrathall

2022 Head Girl: Izzy Steane

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TESTIMONIAL

"I have played in many sports teams over the years but have never seen such a supportive and caring team. Not only did they play the game extremely well, there wasn't one negative comment that came from the girls the entire game. They played their hearts out and the game ended at 1 - 1 resulting in a penalty shoot out. I felt so nervous for my daughter as she was goalie and there was so much more added pressure now. Every single girl walked up to her from the team and patted her on the back saying it didn't matter what the result was, and that they were proud of her. She went out to the goal alone but knowing she had the full backing of her team no matter what. My heart was full.

 Standing back and watching the dynamic of these girls was truly impressive. They even have a Whakatane High School girl in the team who travelled with me last night. She said she has been made to feel so welcome and never wants to leave the team."

Parent of a current student.

Audry Bacon

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