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Every Monday Lunchtime – Guitar Lessons – Contact Heath on 021 256 1408
Every Tuesday and Thursday – Weeks 3 to 8 – Northern Rovers Football sessions at lunchtime
Wednesday 8 – Friday 10 March – Year 5 Camp at MERC
Tuesday 14 March – Linewize Parent Information Meeting, 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm Online
Wednesday 15 March – Sports Cafe, 1: 45 – 2:30 pm in our staff room
Tuesday 21 March – Whanaungatanga Breakfast, 8:15 – 9:15 am in our staff room
Tuesday 21 March – Walking School Bus Parent Interest Meeting in our staff room at 9 am
Friday 24 March – Museum Trip Years 3-4 (Rooms 3, 4 & 5 )
Monday 27 March – Museum Trip – Year 2
Monday 27 March – Water Safety Theory – Years 5-6
Wednesday 29 March – Board of Trustees Meeting, 7 pm in our staff room
Thursday 30 March – Museum Trip – Year 1
Thursday 30 March, Website Focus Group, 1:45 – 2:45 pm in our staff room
Friday 31 March – Water Safety Practical at AUT Millennium, Years 5-6
Friday 31 March – PTA Disco, Years 1-4, 6 pm – 7:30 pm in our school hall
Monday 3 April – Year 3-4 Museum Trip (Rooms 1 & 2)
Year 5 Camp
The Year 5 camp to MERC (Sir Peter Blake Marine Education and Recreation Centre) has been a highly successful and memorable experience for all the students involved this week. The camp provided a unique opportunity for the students to learn important life skills, such as teamwork, problem-solving, and resilience across three days.
Throughout the camp, students were challenged to work together in various settings, including on land, at sea, and in the air. The activities were designed to foster teamwork and problem-solving skills while providing an opportunity for the students to have fun and enjoy the great outdoors with friends, teachers and whānau (family). The camp also provided an opportunity for the students to connect with nature and learn about the environment through kaitiakitanga (guardianship).
Overall, the Year 5 camp to MERC was a resounding success. The students had a fantastic time and learned important life skills that will serve them well in the future. The camp provided a unique and valuable opportunity for the students to grow, learn, and have fun in a safe and supportive environment through our school values of kindness, respect and resilience. Thank you to our Year 5 teachers and parents for your support and encouragement. We really appreciate your mahi (work).
Join a Walking School Bus
Keen to make school drop off/pick up easier and stress-free?
Want to meet other local parents and get some fresh air and exercise?
Have your kids arrived at school energised and ready to start their day of learning?
A walking school bus is a group of children who walk together to/from school with parent supervisors along a set route. Parents take turns and shouldn’t need to walk more than one day a week. The other 4 days are free.
Come to our Parent Interest Meeting in the school staffroom on Tuesday 21st March at 9 am to find out more about it.
We would like to thank everyone who has made contributions and fee payments to the school. If you have not done so, just a quick reminder that you can view the finance details in your child’s account on HERO. Your contribution helps us with planning and we appreciate the support you provide in assisting us to deliver a solid and inclusive learning program. If you have any questions regarding the payments, please feel free to contact the school office.
If you are keen to attend these face-to-face community events, please CLICK ON THIS PRINCIPAL CAFE LINK. Next Week we are hosting our Sports Cafe on Wednesday, 15 March, 1:45 pm – 2:30 pm in the staffroom
Our Parent/ Teacher interviews
Term 2 Week 2: Thursday, 4 May 3:30 pm-7:00 pm
Term 2 Week 3: Tuesday, 9 May 3:30 pm-6:00 pm
This is a wonderful opportunity to discuss your child’s progress and next steps. A Hero post will be shared in the coming weeks to book a time to meet with your teacher.
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