Welcome to Queen Elizabeth College

Nau te rourou, naku te rourou Ma te kotahitanga o te tangata ka whai hua.

Your basket and my basket, together we make a difference.

Welcome to Queen Elizabeth College. The whakatauki above reflects the collaborative relationship that Queen Elizabeth College strives for with the families of students who attend the school, and the value we place on whanau.

Located in Manawatu, Palmerston North, our college provides resources that contribute to the success of our students - offering opportunities to realise their potential, whether that is in the academic, sporting, cultural or technological arenas.

Find out what Queen Elizabeth College can offer to New Zealand students - read more about us, our learning opportunities and community involvement, or enrol now.

pdf School Newsletter - 27 May 2016

pdf Sports Draw - Friday 27 and Saturday 28 May


 

Upcoming Events

2016 House Captains
 
The House Captains for this year were formally announced at assembly this week. The House Captains are pictured below.
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Back Row (from left)
Sharnicka Brown (Kauri Deupty Captain), Lucas Mataora-Mataia (Matai Captain), Michaela Marsh-McGregor (Matai Captain), Waiva Mataora (Kauri Captain), James Beran (Rimu Deputy Captain), Tui Utailesolo (Kauri Deputy Captain).
Front Row (from left)
Irihapeti Gray (Rimu Captain), Sarbina Coley (Kauri Captain), Connor De La Mare (Totara Captain) and Acacia-Bay Hauraki (Totara Captain).
Absent
Paiaka Gilsenan (Rimu Captain) and Santana Rapana (Rimu Deputy Captain).

  Winter Uniform Expectations
 
As we head into the cooler winter months, our PB4L focus is students wearing the correct uniform with pride. A handout explaining the expectations is included below and from Monday we will meet as a school during Poutama time to ensure that everyone is in fully correct uniform.
 
 
 
 
 
ICONs Presentation - Jake Bailey
 
Over 50 students from Queen Elizabeth College attended a speech by Jake Bailey, who prize-giving speech at Christchurch Boys' High School gained international attention. The students enjoyed the speech and found it inspirational. Thank you to the Rotary Youth Plus team that organised this event. 
 
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