We send home a newsletter every Tuesday. Our newsletter is very informative
and lets parents know what is happening at school. Backdated newsletters available below as well.
Nau mai haere mai Harmony and Avery.
Tuatahi thanks to Alana McKenzie who did an amazing job as Acting Principal last week while Kathryn Arbon, Lana Aitken and I were at the Future Leaders education conference.
Last Friday, Mr Davids and Miss Toluaki took our girls cricket team to a tournament run by NZ Cricket. Our Year 5/6 team won all four of their games and our Year 3/4 team had two wins and a draw. Both Miss Toluaki and Mr Davids have reported that the skill and enthusiasm of our tamariki was outstanding. This was also noted by the organisers of the tournament. Ka mau te wehi, girls!
This Wednesday afternoon, Tui team (Year 5/6) are going to Kelston Boys to view parts of their cultural performances that they had prepared for Polyfest. We will travel to KBHS by bus but will need to walk back. We will be ferrying students back in vans and cars but some students may be back to school after 3pm.
This Wednesday night at 6:30, there is a meeting for all Tui team parents about camp. Please come along if you want to know more about camp and we’ll be able to answer any questions you may have.
Last week at the conference, we heard from many speakers and had time to reflect on where we are heading as a kura. We will present our findings to the Board of Trustees at our meeting next Monday. All are welcome at these meetings. Elections for the BOT are fast approaching. Please see Dianne Rayner in the office if you would like further information about the upcoming elections.
A reminder that all out of zone enrolments for Term 2 need to be in by April 5.
Many of our classes participated in a session with the St Johns in schools programme last week. Students learnt a variety of skills, appropriate to their age group on how to respond in an emergency situation. Some learnt how to put someone who is not responding into the recovery position, others learnt about
Ngā mihi mahana
Last week’s proud pupil pizza prize winners were Charlee and Tytan for showing manaakitanga and using their initiative by helping out a new
entrant student to find their class.
Wednesday 27 March
- 2pm Tui Team to Polyfest Matinee
- 6:30pm Parent Camp Meeting in the Hall
Friday 29 March
- 2:15pm Assembly - Rm 6
Monday 1 April
- 6:30pm Board of Trustees Meeting in Staffroom
Tuesday 2 April
- Interschool Cross Country
Wednesday 3 April
- Rm 14 Bush Camp Day Trip
Thursday 4 April
- Rm 10 Bush Camp Day Trip
Friday 5 April
- Rm 8 Bush Camp Day Trip
- 2:15pm Assembly - Rm 14
- Term 2 Out of Zone enrolments close at 2pm - ballot to be held at 4pm
Tuesday 9 April
- Rm 3 Bush Camp Day Trip
Wednesday 10 April
- Rm 7 Bush Camp Day Trip
Thursday 11 April
- 6:30pm Camp Parent Helpers Meeting
Friday 12 April
- End of Term 1 School
Monday 29 April
- First Day of Term 2
Wednesday 1 May - Friday 3 May
- Tui Camp
Friday 3 May
- No Assembly
Friday 10 May
- 9:15am Pōwhiri
- 2:15pm Assembly - Rm 8
Friday 17 May
- 2:15pm Assembly - Rm 16
Here are our kupu in this week's newsletter:
kupu - word/s
ka mau te wehi - fantastic
kura - school
manaakitanga - showing care and respect
Newsletter 7 - 19 March 2019
Newsletter 6 - 12 March 2019
Newsletter 5 - 5 March 2019
Newsletter 4 - 26 February 2019
Newsletter 3 - 19 February 2019
Newsletter 2 - 12 February 2019
Newsletter 1 - 5 February 2019
Newsletter 38 - 11 December 2018
Newsletter 37 - 4 December 2018
Newsletter 36 - 27 November 2018