Posted: Monday June 8, 2020
Previous announcements were that examination times at the end of the year have been delayed by a week and portfolios in some subjects have later completion dates. New changes involve:
Posted: Sunday June 7, 2020
Kia Ora everyone,
Posted: Saturday June 6, 2020
A 7 week Aviation Course will be commencing in Term 3.
To be held Sunday 19 July in the school Staffroom.
What an awesome bunch of young men we have in our school.
The Department of Internal Affairs with Netsafe and the Office of Film and Literature Classification has launched a Keep it real online campaign.
With moving to Alert Level 1, physical distancing will no longer be required on Metro buses in Timaru.
Posted: Friday June 5, 2020
Zack Reimer our Canadian Physics teacher and Housemaster, has accepted a position at Christchurch Boys' from Term 2.
The YMCA will be running workshops for all Year 13 students on Tuesday 28 July in the morning.
Hi - I'm Harry Smith and I'm from a farm in Omarama.
Hi - Im Bede Fisher from Geraldine, a Year 11 student and a boarder at Thomas House.
Contributed by George Small
Posted: Thursday June 4, 2020
The 2020 South Canterbury Sports Awards will be announced via live-stream 8-10 June in a joint venture between Sport Canterbury - South Canterbury and WeAreCanterbury.
Kate Meads is a waste educator and inspirational speaker who usually travels the country holding Waste Reduction workshops.
The New Zealand Virtual Careers Expo will be held on 18-19 June.
Amid much dialogue and documentation around tracing and hygiene rules, winter sports are now allowed to return to the calendar this month.
Posted: Wednesday June 3, 2020
Interested in going on a Student Exchange in 2021? Ages 15-18.
Junior Squash is commencing on Monday afternoons at the Timaru Squash Club in Brunswick Street.
Thank you to Southfuels for their ongoing support through the Fuel for Schools programme and for the farmers who contribute to this wonderful initiative.
It would be fair to say that Term 1 2020 was one that will not be forgotten in Thomas House memories