William Pike – Shave for a Cure

We have some thoughtful brave senior students and teachers who are shaving their hair for a cure!  Please support our students and teachers by sponsoring them on the link below. 100% of your donations go towards Blood and Leukaemia New Zealand. The shave will occur on Wednesday 25th Septemeber 2019 at 11.30am. Please join us to support these students and teachers.

Kapiti Island – William Pike Challenge Award

Last term the William Pike students participated in the Kapiti Island trip as one of our outdoor activities.  Kapiti Island was full of native birds and nature, with no predators. The WPCA students walked to the top of Kapiti Island and explored the view of the ocean, plants, trees and wildlife. The walk was over 2 hours long and we had beautiful, fine weather. Our new principal Mr Maclean joined us for the day. The Kapiti Island walk was filled with challenges and added excitement.

Written by Jasmine (year 8)


Showquest 2019 – Transforming Mindsets.

On Friday the 21st of June 65 students went to The Regent in Palmerston North. We travelled up by bus while singing and getting hyped to perform. When we arrived we got shown our changing room and we all settled in and had a quick snack. After that we went down to watch some of the other schools rehearse. Then we started on hair and makeup. We were all called down for a meeting about the order we would perform in and competed in a dance battle, sadly we didn’t win.

Then it was time for our rehearsal we had half an hour to perfect our dances. By the time our rehearsal was done we were all ready for the real thing! 

Now it was go time, we all were rushing to get changed and have everything little thing ready! We were the second group to perform everyone was backstage freaking out; the wait was nerve racking. It was finally our time, all the hours we had put it to our dances were finally about to pay off..it went quickly.

After our performance we went back to our changing room and hurried to get changed into our clothes. We went up to the gallery seating which was for everyone that was performing. Then we watched the other schools and wearable arts. Finally it was time for the results, we got a lighting award and 3rd place!!!! 

Thank you to Kapinua for making our yellow Showquest t-shirts and to the Fairfield Community Group for purchasing them for us. We also want to thank all the parents and teachers who have supported us throughout the term.

We are already looking forward to next year!

Written by Emma and Belinda

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