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July 1, 2020

There are lots of benefits for children and young people online, but they can also be targets of crime and exploitation. It is important to educate children and help them develop online safety skills so they can navigate the internet in a safe, happy and healthy way.


March 18, 2020

A third of kiwi teenagers are skipping meals and staying up in order to spend more time online and nearly half have had conflict with whanau and friends regarding their internet usage.

Netsafe have recently released some new research with some interesting findings. They...

November 27, 2018

Kia ora, e te whānau,

Last Friday during Advisory time I wandered through some learning spaces and found Keira Meyer, Taylah Parker, Ashley Cloke, and Olivia Kjestrup-Traue busily preparing for their Individual Education Meetings (IEMs).

The students were reflecting on t...

November 12, 2018

Young people are spending more and more time online so it is very important for the adults in their lives to teach them how to stay safe. The Netsafe Organisation website has loads of useful information about helping our young people stay safe and manage themselves onl...

October 30, 2018

During the next couple of weeks as part of the Learning Advisory curriculum RJHS students will be exploring how we can use digital tools to organise ourselves.

There are many tools that people use on a daily basis to stay organised. Some popular ones that we use at scho...

September 18, 2018

Digital Citizenship - Term 3 Celebration

This term at RJHS our Learning Advisory curriculum was updated and streamlined to cover the following three key strands:

  • Social and Emotional - Students will, develop Digital Citizenship skills and be able to explain key aspec...

September 4, 2018

Digital Citizenship - Mindfulness

In our RJHS Learning Advisories students have been investigating how digital tools can be used to enhance our well being. In Te Aho Tapu each student has reviewed a digital tool and shared how effective the tool was in supporting mindfu...

August 21, 2018

Over the next couple of weeks our RJHS students will be investigating how digital tools can be used to enhance our well being. In particular students will be exploring how we can benefit from being mindful. In our fast paced modern lives we might at times struggle to r...

August 7, 2018

Our Junior High School Learning Advisory curriculum has recently been streamlined to focus on the following three key areas:

  • Whanaungatanga

  • Learning to Learn

  • Social and Emotional Learning

Digital Citizenship is a key aspect of ‘Learning to Learn’ and ‘So...

July 24, 2018

Over the next couple of weeks our Junior High Learning Advisories are focusing on kind and effective digital communication. Advisories will be investigating how our communication affects ourselves, others and our wider community.

Our learners are dealing with many issue...

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