Te Oko Horoi House Leaders

Eden Bennett - House Prefect

Kia ora e te whānau, ko Eden tōku ingoa. 

I can’t wait for the remainder of the year to see what Te Oko Horoi has to offer. So far, it seems that we’ve proved ourselves to be worthy competitors for the title. As one of the House Prefects, alongside Eli, I urge you all to participate and make the most of the year. This success looks different to everyone, so embrace the journey and have fun. 

Eli Swanepoel - House Prefect

Kia Ora, it has been an honour to be selected as a House Prefect for Te Oko Horoi. This year has kicked off a blistering start at both athletics’ day and swimming sports, with Te Oko Horoi sitting in a tied 3rd place.

I am excited drive TOH to the top of the charts and develop a culture of giving it everything and being competitive. I hope to help CHS and TOH realise our potential as a whole and as individuals. To create a culture of leaders and of a competitive nature we will work together to develop leaders of all year levels, especially in our junior executive. Excited of the year ahead, Up the Taniwha! 

Daniel Begbie - House Captain

Kia Ora, I’m Daniel, House Captain for Te Oko Horoi in 2023. One of my aims this year is to increase the amount of people involved in events and activities throughout the house. I would love to see TOH win the shield in my final year at Cambridge High School, and we can only achieve this as a collective.  

Hannah Gordon - House Captain

Hi everyone! I'm Hannah Gordon a Year 12 student and being a House Captain for Te Oko Horoi this year is a great privilege.

This role is important to me as sport and outdoor activity is a huge passion of mine. My goal this year is to build connections with students and help provide an inclusive, fun environment within our house resulting in all students participate in activities while also enjoying it.  Already, I have seen many students contributing in events such as swimming sports and athletics day and I hope to see more students helping to gain TOH more house points. I can't wait to see what else we'll achieve this year!

Madeleine Jago - House Captain

Kia ora koutou katoa! Ko Madeleine tōku ingoa. I am privileged to have been selected as one of the Te Oko Horoi House Captains this year. Personally, I have always loved getting involved in house events at school and giving everything a go, whether I fail or succeed. This has led me to try other things around the school such as sport and cultural groups which have become my passions. Being a house leader this year, I hope to encourage our house citizens to do the same and get involved with all the exciting activities that are being run this year. Bring on 2023!! Ngā mihi ki a koutou. UP THE TANIWHA!

Alex Reeve - House Captain

Hi everyone, being selected as a House Captain for Te Oko Horoi is an honour and I'm excited to see what our house can do this year! We have a great team of leaders and teachers, and we all hope to encourage everyone to reach their full potential. I hope to be seen as friendly and approachable, I enjoy rowing and was the club captain for the 2022-2023 season. Together, we can all strive for excellence and create a vibrant and thriving environment within TOH.