There are a variety of ways that you can get involved and support Hutt Valley High School to provide the widest possible range of opportunities for our students.
Bench and Plaque for Ross Sinclair
In his memory former students would like to place a bench and plaque in the front garden of the school.
Any donations are gratefully appreciated.
Support students at HVHS
The school welcomes financial support for students, whether to support outstanding students, students in need or to address areas where government funding is insufficient to meet the school’s goals and aspirations. You are able to make a general donation here or click on the individual hyperlinks below for specific campaigns.
Areas that existing sponsors support include:
- Purchasing new uniform
- Contributing to the costs of (EOTC) Education Outside The Classroom costs. Such as;
Board of Trustees
The Board of Trustees, as the governing entity of the school, requires volunteers to provide the governance function of the school. While this is a small group, it is vital to the school’s success and relies on people who are willing to offer a substantial and on-going commitment of time to the school. Contact the Chair of the Board of Trustees, Hamish Bowen, via email on email@example.com.
This is a group which meets to promote Māori students’ success in education. Contact our Associate Principal, Denise Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Many of our sports teams are run with the assistance of parents and members of the public who care about sports. Sport is a great way to advance students’ personal growth, both through physical well-being and health, and mentally through self-discipline and involvement with a team who have shared goals. Students meet others whom they would not normally meet within their classroom setting and so increase their network of friendships. At Hutt Valley we have over 800 students playing regular competition sport, involving the assistance of well over 200 volunteers, including 50 teachers. We always need more help to run this large enterprise, which the Director of Sport Jacinta Keenan is thrilled to see continuing to grow. To say that a sports programme of this size is not possible without the support is a cliché, but it is absolutely true.
We need coaches, managers, and people willing to provide transport either on a regular basis or for occasional trips, members of the various Sports Committees and volunteers for fund-raising.
Please contact our Director of Sport - Jacinta Keenan at email@example.com
Arts and Culture
The Music Department welcomes support from individuals willing to lead, manage and/or play in groups within the wider music programme. Choral assistance is a particular need. Contact the Head of The Arts, Grace Davey at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our library is grateful to receive offers to assist with either routine processing or the setting up of special displays. Contact the Library at email@example.com
Supported Learning Centre
The centre, catering for students with significant learning disabilities, welcomes volunteer assistance to make resources. Contact Heather Lear at firstname.lastname@example.org
Past Pupils and Friends Association
This is a group of our ex-students who meet regularly both as a social activity and to offer practical support to the school and its students. They also welcome news of ex-students’ activities around the world. Contact email@example.com
We have an active Archives group who preserve items of interest in the school’s history. They always welcome donations of memorabilia, photographs etc, as well as accounts of school life in times gone by. They also welcome the efforts of volunteers offering their time to help with this work. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The school sometimes has special projects, for which offers of assistance are welcome. Direct donations can be made through here or for more information contact the Principal at email@example.com
Please note that under the Children's Act 2014, any volunteers working directly with students must be vetted by the police.