All school, QEC and Council grounds are closed today
All the best to the young men in the PNBHS Pasifika Club, who are competing in the Pasifika Fusion Festival this evening and tomorrow at the Regent Theatre. From 6.00pm tonight they will be competing in the speech, debating and quiz competitions. Tomorrow includes Wearable Arts (9.30am), Pasifika Choral (1.35pm), Hip Hop Dance group The Unknown (1.40pm), OK Chorale - Pasifika (1.45pm) and a performance from Michael Ioane and Isaac Fonua (1.50pm). A real highlight will be the cultural performance on the main stage at 11.00am. The Pasifika Fustion Festival closes with an evening concert and prizegiving from 5.30pm on Thursday.
The Palmerston North Boys' High School World Vision Committee presents from Our Generation United, a keynote speakers event with the topic of the evening being 'Uniting people together for change'.
The money raised from this event will go towards education and safe places for children in Syrian Refugee camps.
The PNBHS World Vision committee are pushing to spread as much awareness as possible to a community that doesn't know much about the topic as well as hopefully raising above $50,000 this year which is nearly five times the amount raised by the committee last year.
Throughout the night there will be performances along side the speakers including NZ favourites Libby Offord and more.
The first speaker is Thomas Nash who has been working overseas in removing unexploded cluster bomblets, landmines and other unexploded remnants of war in areas where there are now people living in again. The second speaker is Mike Allsop, an airline pilot, who has climbed Mt Everest. He is an adventurer, extreme marathon competitor and an ordinary family man proving that anybody can accomplish extraordinary things. The last speaker on the panel is Kalvin Hart who is passionate about empowering people to reach their full potential and who is a representative from thankyou, the social enterprise that was born in 2008 in Australia in response to the world water crisis.
By attending this event you have an opportunity to be part of something that is going to change the world - or you can sit by and watch someone else do it.
Friday, August 11 - Regent on Broadway, Palmerston North
Tickets via TicketDirect: http://www.ticketdirect.co.nz/…/169610/our-generation-united
PNBHS 2nd XV vs Wellington College 2nd XV
2018 Enrolment Forms
Download 2018 Prospectus
Download 2018 Year 9 Enrolment FormClick here to download our 2018 Year 9 Enrolment Form. This form is a fillable PDF. Any downloaded and completed Enrolment Forms MUST be brought to the School Main Office by 4:00pm Monday 4 September 2017 with the required documentation.
Download 2018 Year 9 Enrolment BookClick here to download our 2018 Year 9 Enrolment Book.
Download 2018 Year 9 Sports Development Programme Enrolment FormClick here to download our 2018 Year 9 Sports Development Programme Enrolment Form. This form is a fillable PDF. Any downloaded and completed Enrolment Forms MUST be brought to the School Main Office by 4:00pm Monday 4 September 2017 with the required documentation.
PLEASE NOTE – You MUST bring any downloaded and completed Enrolment Forms to the School Main Office by 4:00pm Monday 4 September 2017 with the required documentation.
The following documents are required:
- All applications must provide proof of student’s age – a copy of Birth Certificate or Passport.
- If living IN ZONE – a copy of proof of address (recent Electricity account or Rates statement) must be provided.
- If not born in New Zealand – a copy of student’s Passport and Visa is also required, showing current residency status.
For more information on 2018 Enrolment, please see our website - http://www.pnbhs.school.nz/enrolment/pnbhs-enrolment/
NATIONAL BADMINTON TOURNAMENT
In the first week of the school holidays, some of our young men from Palmerston North Boys' High School represented Manawatu in the National Badminton Tournament. In the Under 15 category, the Manawatu team finished 4th nationally and PNBHS was represented by Matthew Cao, Nathanael Zhang and Lachie Bradford. In the Under 19 category, Manawatu finished 6th in the country and was represented by PNBHS students Wei Lim, Junius Ong and Arrooran Jeyamohan. Well done to these young men.
Art Work of the Week
Level 2 Painting