The Year 9 Reading Challenge Encourages and Rewards Young Men for Reading.
It's NOT too late to sign up for 2022! As young men finish each book during the year, they should talk to their English teacher or one of the librarians to have it recorded.
• 15 books read and logged = Bronze Award
• 30 books read and logged = Silver Award
• 60 books read and logged = Gold Award
All students who earn an award will have their certificates presented at assembly and a morning tea with the Rector in Term 4.
The Barrowclough Programme, named in honour of a prestigious old boy, Sir Harold Barrowclough, was launched in 2009.
Since then, the programme has undergone minor adjustments; however, the core intention of promoting the school’s vision to ‘Develop Educated Men of Outstanding Character’ through civic, personal, and school service - has not changed.
The Barrowclough Award recognises young men in senior school who fully immerse themselves in school life and display a positive attitude in all they do.
Recently we acknowledged those Year 11 and Year 12 students who have provided exemplary service and exceeded the prerequisite commitment and behaviour standards.
Level 1 students received Merit Certificates confirming their outstanding dedication to all aspects of school life. Level 2 students, those who have maintained those high standards for two years, earned the coveted Barrowclough Badge, which they will be able to wear on their school blazers as Year 13 students.
Congratulations to all of the young men who received Barrowclough Awards for 2022:
Barrowclough Award - Level 1
Hugo Abdat, Jessie Akepogu, Al-Bara Al-Sakkaf, Jamie Bennett, Junhee Cho, Alex Christensen, Zinzan Deans-Emery, Oliver Duncan, Quentin Durston, Jesse Franks, Kieran Gill, Jason Gui, Mahiro Hada, Tim Harjes, Joshua- Harrison, Hugo Liuvaie, Fletcher Lochhead, Jake Maskill, Sam McKerras, Lucas Mildenhall, Saem Millward, Reagan O’Hara, Joseph Ratcliffe, C J Reid, Thomas Revell, Will Roberts, Ryan Shearer, Toby Smit, Daniel Soh, Nehemiah Su’a, Scott Sun, Mike Sung, Bradley Tocker, Jack Trotter, Matthew Wongchoti and Camden Woodroofe.
Barrowclough Award - Level 2
Jack Bassett, Aidan Brown, Ethan Campbell, Xavier Coleman, Tom Collier, Drewe Coss-Te Awe Awe, Aveer Dhillon, Reuben Duker, Hamish Edmunds, Joel Fountain, Connor Giltrap, Harry Gordon, Luke Harris, Jonathon Hillas, Jawaad Hussain, Tom Illston-Park, Alex James, Jonathan Jamieson, Zack Jaslarz, Darren Juru, Sam Kennett, Elijah Lokeni, Liam McEwan, Oliver Murray, Kane O’Hara, Cole Phillips, Connor Puanaki, Sam Ratana, Carter Rhodes-Robinson, Matthew Rowe, Riveen Samarasekara, Phil Samphois, Joshua Smit, Rory Trotter, Johnny Wilkshire and Finis Zhang.
Dear Young Men in Year 13,
Re: Year 13 Leavers’ Dinner
You are invited to the 2022 Year 13 Leavers’ Dinner. The Leavers’ Dinner is an opportunity for us to recognise your contribution to Palmerston North Boys’ High School and for you to socialise with your peers and staff.
Date: Tuesday, November 1
Venue: College House Dining Room
Dress code: Semi-formal (collared shirt, tie, dress trousers, dress shoes)
Cost: $35.00 to be paid by Friday, 21 October at the latest via the internet banking details below or via cash/Eftpos at the Finance Office:
Account Name: Palmerston North Boys' High School
Account Number: 03 0726 0476403 00
Reference #1: Leavers' Dinner
Reference #2 : Students Name
I look forward to seeing you at the Leavers’ Dinner.
D M Bovey