Brandon Intermediate School
Brandon Variety Show 2022.
Tickets for both the Dress Rehearsal and Matinee performances are on sale now, pricing for tickets is:
Event calendar through to the Christmas break:
Brandon Intermediate is very proud of our students and their support for the Special Children’s Christmas party held on Sunday, at Te Rauparaha Arena.
We know the audience loved the items and I am very proud of our school showing service to our community.
I want to acknowledge the organisers and the terrific work they do to make this event happen. I know that there were unexpected changes at the last moment to the event organisation and this left the event without key support. However, it was thoroughly enjoyed by everyone.
We look forward to being a part of this event next year.
Congratulations to all students who have been involved in EPRO8 this year.
EPRO8 gives students the opportunity to “think like an engineer”.
Students need to work co-operatively to solve problems and make a solution using the equipment.
On Tuesday night Tyler Abbot, Qu’pid Paul, Xcylaus Johnson, and Kaylani Moeau represented our school in the semi-finals.
Designing a drum machine with syncopated beats was a big challenge, well done to you all.
Congratulations to Mrs. Jones and the students involved with the murals at the Cannons Creek shopping center. The murals represent all our culture and brighten up the space. This project is intended to reduce the litter on the fence line, and was the vision of Tapu Elia.
Students involved in the mural were:
Terangimoana Ioane, Kingston Collins, Josiah Maora, Journey Mata, Kose Silva-Lefaoseu, Russia Ka, Baraa Baraka, Sally Shawaf, Shade McLean, Nada Ziwani, Sabiha Eidi, Pandora Marsters, Nikyah Heta, Arahia Rameka, Sahara Cubis and…….Kiana Hosking!!!
There is a lot going on at our school. Please contact me, if you have any questions.
We look forward to a positive and fun end of the year.
Malo e lelei fom Heta Tu'ivai and Iefata Lauaki
…as Brandon Intermediate celebrated Tongan Language Week.
Ke Tu'uloa 'a e lea faka-Tonga 'i Aotearoa, which means Sustaining the Tonga Language in Aotearoa.
Great workshop skills from
Sabiha Eidi and Nada Ziwani.
Re-purposing timber to create a garden for their families
Thank you to our Workshop Teacher
Mr Heustice !!!
Brandon Intermediate will close for the next school holidays on Friday September 30th at 3:00.
Term four will begin on Monday, October 17th.
Kia Ora, Kia Orana, Fakalofa Atu, Malo E Lelei, Malo Ni, Talofa, Bula, Hello and Warm Brandon Intermediate Greetings!