HEAD BOY HENRY HIATT

Latitude Magazine - - FEATURE -

Ifeel very proud to at­tend Med­bury, it is truly an amaz­ing school for boys. I started my jour­ney at Med­bury as a Year 5 stu­dent. From day one I was of­fered ex­pe­ri­ences that I could not have imag­ined be­fore com­ing to Med­bury. Be­ing able to lead from the front wear­ing a pre­fects tie has been a goal since my first day.

At Med­bury the mis­sion is to ‘Un­lock Ev­ery Boy’s Po­ten­tial’. I have learnt dur­ing my time at Med­bury that this means al­low­ing Med­bury boys to be in­volved in a wide range of sub­jects and ex­tra-cur­ric­u­lar ac­tiv­i­ties, as we all have dif­fer­ent in­ter­ests and needs. These in­clude Drama, Tech­nol­ogy, Sport, Mu­sic, Dig­i­tal Tech­nolo­gies, Art,

Kapa Haka, Fu­ture Prob­lem Solv­ing, Lan­guages, Science and many more. We have amaz­ing spe­cial­ist teach­ers and coaches to­gether with rooms cus­tomised for spe­cial­ist lessons. This helps ev­ery boy achieve, and be the best that they can be.

As Med­bury boys, we work hard to live up to the Med­bury val­ues and our school motto, ‘Play the Game’ at all times.

This year I am look­ing for­ward to lead­ing the school with our Year 8 Lead­er­ship Group. I am also look­ing for­ward to the North Is­land Sports Tour, all of our sports ex­changes, the Year 8 pro­duc­tion, Year 8 camp and pre­sent­ing my end of year speech at Prize-giv­ing.

We have amaz­ing spe­cial­ist teach­ers and coaches to­gether with rooms cus­tomised for spe­cial­ist lessons.

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