Ayla says no one can beat Gran’s brownie recipe and we tend to agree. It’s been handed down from mother to daughter for generations and with a little persuasion she’s allowed us to share her secret wi...
The South Island Secondary Schools Sunburst Championships are being held on the Otago Harbour.
1st XI beat John McGlashan College to qualify.
Another tournament activity which has our students competing.
Our rowers are already at Karapiro and on the water. Now its the turn of the volleyball team to head north.
Teacher only day has teachers from across disciplines working together.
Toby Flatley takes to the skies — solo.
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Acting on school improvement is the role of a school. School improvement to us means continual development of expert teaching practice, reinforcement of high expectations, clear boundaries and a rise ...
The day started brilliantly fine, but with a change forecast results in both cricket games were in the balance.
Tennis and touch were played only on the first day at this fixture with the Colts and 1st XI Cricket being two day matches.
A reflective lesson, as the boys investigate the physical nature of changing images in concave, convex and plane mirrors.
Lead scientist Timothy is finding the resonance frequencies of a guitar string using good old fashioned technology. He and his team of curious year 13 Physics students are exploring the fascinating wo...
Tim Adler kicks off proceedings as the first speaker of the OBHS debate team competing in The Russell McVeigh Regional Debate Competition.
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