Mei taki to the Rev Dr Tokerau Joseph and his whanau for wrapping up our Cook Island Maori Language week by teaching the school a dance. This was a fun way to end the week.
Kia ora Parents and Caregivers, My name is Mia Rajaratnam, and I am a year 6 student at Mairangi Bay School. I am working with Elodie Hansen and we would like to set up a [...]
Coming Up Tuesday 4 August Author visit for years 3-6 PTA Meeting 7:30 pm in our staffroom - All welcome Thursday 6 August Super Cluster Basketball Tournament - Year 5-6 at Eventfinda Stadium [...]
Kia ora tatou Have you wondered what your child can get involved in? Welcome to Term 3 Sports and Cultural Opt-in Activities. This document provides info for Term 3 and a link to the sports [...]
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Hearing the music wafting across the playground this morning I popped into the Music room to hear our marvelous marimba maestros at practice. Here is a video snippet. Their music-making is a great start to [...]
Kia ora tatou We found our school values were not easily remembered or understood. We have made changes that have retained the best of the work we did earlier. This short video explains the need [...]
Coming Up Monday 27 July Te Reo Classes for adults 6:30 pm Thursday 30 July School Photographs - Class and individual. Please ensure your children are in the correct uniform. Friday 31 July [...]
Kia ora tatou Rangitoto College has reserved seats for us at their Chinese and Korean Cultural nights. We have an allocation of 15 seats for parents and 15 for children. This is especially for children [...]