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Term 2 Whanau Day - June 29th
Our Term 2 Whanau Day is on Friday, June 29th. On this day, regularly timetabled classes will not operate. 

This Whanau Day is for ALL students, both Juniors and Seniors. It is an opportunity to meet with your child's Whanau Teacher, to discuss how your child's year is progressing, as well as any plans, goals or aspirations that you may have for your child. 

Reports for all students will also be available for you to pick up from the Library. Please aim to arrive at least 15 minutes before your meeting, to give you time to pick up and view the report. Then, allow 30 minutes for each interview.

Bookings for these learning conferences are now available online at

When you go to the website, you should click on the option to ‘Book Interviews’. You will be prompted to enter an event code. The code for this event is:

Once you have accessed the event, you will be prompted to enter your details and choose a time to meet with your child’s Whanau Teacher.

If you are not able to access the online booking system, please contact the School on 06 3490180 or 0800 922 463 to make a booking instead.

If you are not able to attend on June 29th, please contact your child's Whanau Teacher, to arrange an alternative time.

We look forward to seeing you on June 29th to discuss your child’s progress.

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Important Dates
Please note the following important dates:
  • 27th June - Moderation Afternoon (School finishes at 1pm)
  • 29th June - Term 2 Whanau Day
  • 6th July - Term 2 ends
  • 23rd July - Term 3 begins

Bring Your Own Devices - 2018
From 2018, students at all year levels will be encouraged to bring their own digital devices to school. These devices must be fit for purpose and used as a tool for learning.  

Please note that the use of BYOD at Whanganui City College is not compulsory, and is merely presented as an option for those who wish to take it.

For further information, please read this letter.

Did you know?
We have an toll free number (0800 922 463). Please feel free to use your mobile phones to contact us on this number.

Whanganui City College Graduate Profile

The cubes represent the seven skills which we expect students to attain. The outer layer represents 'Te Wero', our four core values underlying these skills.

Whanaungatanga - the foundation, the rock, the starting point on which everything we do in the school rests.
Empathetic - Able to engage with and accept people from all walks of life.
Resilient - Actively seeking to identify and resolve challenges in learning and life.
Oranga - To encourage a healthy future for all.

WCC Inquiry Process