This is a wonderful occasion to catch up with fellow ‘Greenbankians’, inaugural Housemaster, Paul Watts, and House mentors from the past 21 years, as we mark this historical milestone.
This event will also be a poignant, but congratulatory, send-off for Paul Watts who, after 21 years of service to Greenbank House, has been appointed Housemaster of Te Pūtake Lodge, the College’s dedicated Boarding House for our Year 9 students.
Date: Saturday 5 August
Time: 4.30pm – 9.30pm
- Chapel Service and Tour of the House from 4.30pm
- Dinner from 6.00pm with 2015 College Head Boy, Chas Wakefield (Greenbank, 2011-15) as our special MC.
Venue: King’s College, Golf Ave, Otahuhu, Auckland
Tickets are now sold out.
We look forward to seeing you there and hearing about your memories of your time at Greenbank House.
Semper ad Optima.
Greenbank House was named after Geoffrey Noel Townshend Greenbank, who was the longest serving Headmaster the College has had. During Greenbank’s time as Headmaster, from 1947 until he retired in 1973, he added to the College’s reputation as one of the most respected independent schools in New Zealand. Greenbank’s name lives on not only through the House, but the Greenbank Sports Centre and The Greenbank Award.