Howick Highlights


September 27, 2016

On Thursday 26 August two teams competed in the Year 7 and Year 8 Auckland Association annual Mathex Competition.


September 27, 2016

Students in Whanau Ngata have voted in the 2016 local elections.

Fruit Trees

September 27, 2016

Howick Intermediate was given the opportunity to become involved in the “Fruit Trees in Schools” project that Auckland City Council ran with the support of Kings Plant Barn. A couple of the keen gardeners went with Mrs Osborne to the launch of the project in September.

Koanga Festival

September 27, 2016

12 proud Kapa Haka students from Howick Intermediate School performed amazingly at the Koanga Festival on Saturday 17th of September at Bucklands Beach Intermediate School.

South Eastern Zone Girls Basketball

September 27, 2016

Congratulations to our Girls Basketball team who came third in their SEZ Basketball competition.

South Eastern Zone Boys Basketball

September 27, 2016

On Wednesday the 21st September 12 boys represented our school at the South Eastern Zone tournament held at the Allan Brewster Leisure Centre in Papatoetoe.

Golf Taster

September 27, 2016

Dan from the Howick Golf Club came to give 16 students a taster of golf on the Monday, 19th of September.

AIMS Games

September 27, 2016

Our Howick Intermediate representatives had a busy week during September. This year 9300 students from around New Zealand and overseas competed. We were thrilled to have 55 students competing this year in the following codes: swimming, cross country, boys basketball, girls and boys football, mixed hockey and rugby.

There has been huge support from parents and the community. A special 'thank you' to all the parents who travelled to Tauranga to support our athletes. The coaches and managers were amazing! Thanks goes to Leeanne Purvis, Rene McLean, Randall Brown, Paul Matthews, Anneliza Steyn, Bronwyn Muggleston, Ana Hema and Tu Edwards, the adults who committed a huge amount of time both before the event and throughout this week.

A special thanks also goes to our teachers Amanda Johns, Michelle Hewlett and Tarryn Botha.

We hope that this event continues to grow for our school.