​Daily Timetable

Monday - Thursday

Block 18.35am - 10.15am
Ākina10.15am - 10.35am
Interval10.35am - 11.00am
Block 211.00am - 12.40pm
Lunch12.40pm - 1.35pm
Block 31.35pm - 3.10pm


Block 19.05am - 10.40am
Ākina10.40am - 10.50am
Interval10.50am - 11.15am
Block 211.15am - 12.45pm
Lunch12.45pm - 1.40pm
Block 31.40pm - 3.10pm

Term Dates 2023

Term One
Monday 30 January - Thursday 6 April
Term Two
Monday 24 April - Friday 30 June
Term Three
Monday 17 July - Friday 22 September
Term Four
Monday 9 October - Friday 15 December

Important Dates 2023

Tuesday 24 January
9am - 3pm Senior course confirmation 
Wednesday 25 January
9am - 3pm Senior course confirmation
Monday 30 January
8.35am - 10am Pōwhiri with Year 9, Year 13, new students, and student leaders
Year 9 and student leaders stay for the remainder of the day
Tuesday 31 January
8.35am - 3.10pm Year 9 and Year 13 student leaders only
Wednesday 1 February
8.35am - 3.10pm Year 9 and 10 only
Thursday 2 February
8.35am - 3.10pm Year 9 and 10 only
Friday 3 February
8.35am - 3.10pm Year 11, 12 and 13 only
Monday 6 February
Waitangi Day
Tuesday 7 February
All students

School Uniform

The school requires students to wear the correct uniform at all times, including while traveling to and from school and attending any school commitments on or off school campus, e.g. sports tours, cultural and educational excursions.

We do not have a PE uniform; any appropriate clothing suitable for physical activity may be worn.

The uniform is only available at the school Uniform Shop, Unit 2, 304 Eastbourne Street West, Hastings, or online at

UShop Hours

​Year 9-11 Uniform

  • Tartan Skirt
  • Short Sleeve Blouse
  • Long Sleeve Blouse
  • Jersey
  • Cardigan
  • Blazer
  • Jacket Softshell
  • Navy Lavalava
  • Navy Trousers
  • Navy Shorts
  • Navy Opaque Stockings
  • Black Socks with Red Trim
  • Scarf
  • Black leather lace-up shoes or brown roman sandals

​Year 12 Uniform

Skirt changes to:

  • Plain Navy Skirt

Year 13 Uniform

Shirt changes to:

  • Year 13 Short Sleeve Blouse
  • Year 13 Long Sleeve Blouse

Lunches in School

We provide lunch to all students as part of the MOE healthy school lunches programme.  

Our Chef and his team work hard to provide a healthy and nutritious lunch each day for our students and as such, although students can pack a lunch of their own choice, parents are not permitted to drop lunches to school, and students are not permitted to have food delivered to school.



Our main form of communication is via Pānui. Each Friday during term time, pānui are published on the school website.  


Teachers and Ākina Coaches will send emails to communicate with home.  Please ensure that we have your correct contact details.


Notices are published on KAMAR each day. Notices are used to communicate to groups of students, e.g. Lunch time practice for sport or cultural events. Students are encouraged to check the daily notices during Ākina time each day.


When visiting the school please report to the Student Centre to sign in, scan the QR code and if necessary show your vaccination pass.


Year 9 & 10 Stationery List

10   1B5 Exercise Book 7mm Ruled 40 Leaves
2     1E4 Exercise Book 7mm Quad Maths 28 Leaves
2     3B1 Notebook 7mm Ruled 32 Leaves
1     Manilla Folder Kraft A4
1     Scientific Calculator
1     Plastic Ruler 30cm Clear
1     Vinyl Eraser Large 61x21mm
1     HB Pencil
1     Red Retractable Ballpoint Pen
1     Blue Retractable Ballpoint Pens
1     Glue Stick Large 40g
1     Scissors
1     Coloured Pencils, Pack of 12

Year 11, 12 & 13 Stationery

Please bring pens and refill on the first day. A 1B4 is optional, for making notes/reminders. Stationery requirements will be given out in each class during the first couple of weeks.


Many of our students travel to school each day by bus. If you are unsure which route is the best one for your daughter, please contact Amanda Greville our school Bus Controller,

Bus routes and eligibility

  • Copies of bus routes can be collected from the Student Centre Office.
  • Please direct all questions around routes and eligibility to the Bus Controller, Amanda Greville


  • Tickets can be purchased from the drivers; we do however sell some tickets from the Student Centre Office.


  • All students catching a bus must wear a mask.
  • Cars are not permitted to park in the bus bay between 8am and 4pm.

School Rules

Hastings Girls’ High School Bylaws as adopted by the Board of Trustees

This Bylaw codifies the rules and regulations applicable to students enrolled at Hastings Girls’ High School. This Bylaw replaces all previous rules and regulations applicable to students enrolled at Hastings Girls’ High School.

General Conduct

  • Students take reasonable care of their own health and safety.
  • Students are expected, at all times, to conduct themselves in a sensible, responsible manner.
  • Students’ conduct shows care, concern, and consideration for others.
  • Students’ conduct shows respect for school property, and the property of other students. 
  • Students are responsible for their own property and bring at their own risk.
  • Cigarettes, e-cigarettes, vaping devices, lighters, alcoholic drinks, illegal and other mind-altering substances are not permitted at school or school events.


In 2020 Hastings Girls’ High School opted in to the Donations Scheme, which means parents, caregivers, and whānau never have to make a donation to school if they choose not to. If in the case of goods and services, a parent chooses to purchase supplies like pens for their child from the school, then they must pay as per agreed.  We will not charge students for enrolment or attendance, or for the delivery of curriculum. 

If your child is involved in weekend sports teams or after hours cultural activities (extra-curricular activities), these are optional. If you choose for your child to participate, you may be asked to cover the costs of these activities.

We may charge for sports trips that are outside the curriculum. Participation in these activities is optional, therefore we require payment where agreed that a student can participate. Any charge should be made in advance. 

We may ask for a donation for an overnight camp – and then you can choose if you want to pay none, some or all of the donation. If you choose not to make a donation, your child cannot be stopped from attending a camp if it is part of the school’s core learning programme (curriculum).

You need to provide your child with a school uniform.


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