When the Mana of Raleigh House was bestowed upon me, I felt very privileged. I knew I would have to work hard for my House as this year’s House Competition would be very challenging. Throughout the year, I have seen great potential in this House, which gives me hope that we can take home the trophy. I have no idea what the final placings will be but it is safe to say that it has been an honour leading this bunch of boys this year.
I would like to thank all staff members and students who have contributed and supported us this year. If the results aren't what we wanted, I am still proud of what we have accomplished. We definitely stepped up from last year.
I hope the Year 12s have been taking notes on how to lead and I hope next year they will lead us to glory! The Mana of Raleigh is passed into their hands.
WRITTEN BY RANGIHAEATA HALE CAPTAIN OF RALEIGH HOUSE
9A and E will be completing a local and historical Amazing Race put on by the local Museum.
Monday the 24th of May.
9A would go between 9.30am and 11am.
9E would go between 12.30pm and 2pm.
The transport is complete covered by Ngati Whakaue.
Emma Jamieson & Kylie Nichols will take both groups of 30 separately.Time: 00:00