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Congratulations to: Jessica Andrews, Emma Gorrie, Connor Willimas  and Kael Heiwari. The  Prefects at Bream Bay College represent the College at official functions and assist with monitor safety in the grounds. They also assist with various student committees.  Each Head leads a council. This year Jess leads the Student Council, Emma leads the Health & Wellbeing Council, Connor leads the Cultural Council and Kael leads the Sports Council.

Jessica Andrews


Hey, I’m Jess, one of the head girls for 2023. Throughout my time at Bream Bay College I've learnt that it is always good to get involved in as much as you can. This allows you to build good connections around the school, whether it's joining a sports team, a council or a musical group. Much like the other heads, my aim is to encourage students of all ages to give everything a go.Bream Bay College offers some great opportunities and it is important that you put yourself out there otherwise you will find you miss out on some of the best experiences. Make the most of your time at our school, you won’t regret it! This year I am the head of the Student Council and also the student trustee. I believe it is important that our student voice is heard and that our ideas can be shown throughout the school.


ImageEmma Gorrie

Kia Ora.  My name is Emma Gorrie and I’m one of the head prefects for 2023. This year my aim is to connect all aspects of Bream Bay College through the four councils run by myself and the other head prefects. My advice to the students of our school is to never give up and actively participate in any element of the school. Whether that be a sports team, a council, kapa haka or club. Every single role in the school is important so get involved, you won’t regret it!


Connor Williams


Kia Ora. My name is Connor and I was happy to be chosen as one of the Head Prefects in 2023. We are very lucky to attend a school with so many opportunities. One of the things I have observed over my time at Bream Bay College is just how special the student experience can be. Bream Bay caters to so many of our students’ differing interests, ranging from the arts and culture to academia and sport. My advice to any new students is to remain open minded to all the different opportunities we have on offer. Do not be afraid to try new things and whatever you decide to do ensure that you give it your best effort. Your time at Bream Bay College will come to an end much sooner than you think so it is important to give everything your best shot.


Kael Heiwari


Tena Koutou katoa Ko Manaia te Maunga. Ko te Rerenga Paraoa te Moana Ko Rangiora te tupunga whare Ko Takahiwai te whenua Ko Patuharakeke te iwi Ko Ngapuhi te hapu Ko Bream Bay College te kura. Ko Derek taku papa Ko Fiona taku mama Ko Kael ahau
Kia ora, my name is Kael Heiwari, I am one of the head prefects for 2023 and one of my goals for the year is to include myself throughout the school and to get all ages of students involved too. Over my time at Bream Bay I have found that I have stepped towards the sports side of bream bay college, as one of my roles I am also head of the sports council, to the students that may be reading this have fun at school but get involved and take risks you might surprise yourself.

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