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Welcome Kia ora

Christchurch Girls’ High School  Te Kura O Hine Waiora

Manaakitanga, Whanaungatanga, Aroha, Rangatiratanga.

Our vision is to empower and inspire

the development of 21st Century lifelong learners by providing a passionate learning environment with diverse opportunities, experiences and authentic relationships to enable learners to flourish, celebrate achievement, contribute to our world and become tomorrow’s inspired leaders today.

Senior Parent Teacher Interviews 2022

 

The 2022 Senior Student Teacher Interviews will be delivered via video conference. The interviews will be of five minutes duration and will take place online on the following days.

Tuesday 5th July 2.30pm – 6.00pm
and
Friday 8th July 9.00am to 2.40pm

To book interview times (via video conferencing), click on the following link

http://www.schoolinterviews.co.nz/code/byrdn

or go to

https://www.schoolinterviews.co.nz/ and click on “Make A Booking”

Our unique school code is byrdn

Bookings for Tuesday the 5th of July, close on Monday 4th at 2.40pm
Following the completion of the interviews on Tuesday, the bookings will re-open for the Friday session.

The bookings for Friday the 8th, will close on Thursday at noon.

Open Day 2022

 

Our Open Day was held in May 2022. Please browse the Explore CGHS feature for information about our school.

There was no Principal’s address at the Open Day due to the current restrictions but an online version can be viewed in the Explore CGHS section.

Nau Mai Haere Mai

From our Principal

“The life work and interests of my family encapsulate the touchstones which drive my view of the world and passion for future focused education. I see education as the most powerful agent for social transformation so that we leave our young people a planet to inherit which values equity, diversity and justice. We inspire in them a sense of their own creativity and agency over their lives and we develop in them a commitment to develop a better world for all, in particular for those left at the margins of society.”

Mrs Christine O’Neill