Freyberg High School

  • Angelic Students’ Generosity Seen in Easter Week

    Josie Angel wideTerm one at Freyberg ended in an incredible display of student leadership, responsibility, and generosity. A number of wonderful Easter acts of kindness towards the local and international community took place, in what is usually the most tiring and stressful week of term. The usual student-run Free Breakfast had a boost in popularity this week…
  • Phoenix Newsletter – March 2015

    Phoenix March 2015Sports and Cultural News: Duke of Edinburgh, Equestrian Results, Swimming and Athletics Results, Shakespeare Festival, Hip Hop Dance, National Young Leaders, Relay for Life Academic News: Science Trips, Library Report, Food and Nutrition changes, Tech Club Minibikes, Textiles Party, Support Math Administrative News: Anzac Assembly, Cyber Bullying, Important Dates, Junior Reports and Parent Teacher Interviews…
  • Allen Twins Fastest in the Manawatu

    Frances and Caelen longWith the largest team of students qualifying for the regional Manawatu Athletics Competition this week, it was no surprise Freyberg ran, jumped and threw their way to the top. Lead by Frances and Caelen Allen, Freyberg's girls performed especially well, dominating the Junior and Intermediate sections. As the only school to field a competitive relay…
  • Shakespeare Festival Success

    Oli Carries TaraStudents from Freyberg's Drama Academy performed at the University of Otago Sheliah Winn Shakespeare Festival held in Wanganui this week. Student directors Sarah Wood and Maggie Webster-Shadbolt produced two beautiful scenes which delighted the audience of 300 students and supporters. Kirsten Clark won Best Costumes for the 15 minute piece from Romeo and Juliet. Tara…

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