Centenary Registration

Centenary Countdown: 154 days to go!

Have you registered for the centenary yet? Don’t leave it till the last minute!

Click here to download the registration formCentenary Registration Form100 years sign

  • Please ensure numbers attending are clearly written on the registration form for catering purposes.
  • Paper copies are available from the school office, or email the centenary team to get one sent out to you.
  • Registration fees: $40.00 per adult (18 years +), $10.00 per child (5 – 18 years). Includes entry to all events except dinner on Saturday Evening.
  • Saturday’s  Dinner and Dance  at the La Mer Lounge is $60.00 per adult.
  • Payments can be made by cheque or internet banking or cash/eftpos (only available at school office). See registration form for details.
  • Registrations forms must be received by 25 September 2015 to ensure your place at the celebrations.

Return your completed registration form along with payment to:

The Centenary Committee, 37 Huatoki Street, New Plymouth 4310

or email to: vogeltownschool100years@gmail.com

Centenary Programme:

Friday 23 October:
  • 10.00 am – Registration desk open all day – school open for viewing
  • 11.30 am – Special school assembly in the hall
  •  1.00pm – Exhibition interschool sports games
  • 6.00 pm – Get Together Evening at the school (light supper provided), cash bar available
  • 7.00 pm – Welcome and performing arts presentations
  • 10.00 pm Evening finishes
Saturday 24 October:
  •  9.30 am – Registration desk open, complimentary tea/coffee provided throughout the morning’s activities
  • 10.00 am – Welcome, tree plantings, decade/class photos
  • 11.30 am – Speeches, Jubilee Cake, raising the flags, ringing of the school bell, time capsule
  • 12.30 pm – Morning activities finish
  • Screen Shot 2014-06-09 at 2.55.25 pm 5.30 pm – Pre-dinner drinks (cash bar) Dinner & Dance at La Mer Lounge, Pukekura Function Centre, Pukekura Raceway
  •  6.30 pm – Karakia, dinner served (additional cost per person) followed by a live band
Sunday 25 October:
  • 10.30 am – Final Farewell – your last chance to catch up with friends and join in with good ol’ fashioned family fun
  • 12.00 pm – BBQ lunch provided (sponsored by the Home & School Assn)

Merchandise:

The Centenary Committee is offering the following merchandise to remember the jubilee celebrations: (click here to view items)

  • Centenary Book – $15.00 – Will be posted out after the event
  • Coffee mug – $8.00
  • Metal Drink bottle – $10.00
  • Cap (black & white)  – $15.00

These items must be pre-ordered (along with payment) on your registration form.

Any queries?

Click here to email: The Centenary Committee

Newsletter #14

shirt groupClick here to view: Newsletter No 14 – 21st May 2015

Highlights include: Principal’s Award Recipients, Dads & Daughters Breakfast, Four Year Old Fridays, Centenary update, Winter Raffle, Sports draws & news… and much much more!

Our fabulous girls are modelling our whanau shirts which are available from the office for $20 in kids sizes 6 – 14.  These are used for whanau events throughout the year.  Simply stunning!

Newsletter #13

Click here to view: Newsletter No 13 – 13th May 2015

Highlights include: Life Ed, Dads & Daughters, Centenary Countdown, Mother’s Day Raffle, sports news and draws.

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Centenary Wall – to commemorate our 100th birthday, we are erecting a new wall at the junior school entrance.  Old boy of the school Daryl Hine is  keen to get this finished in the next week or so – very exciting!  Plaques will be available for present and former Vogeltowners to purchase so watch this space for more details!

Newsletter #11

IMG_20150424_123813Click here to view: Newsletter No:11 – 30th April 2015

Highlights include: road safety, social media, sports news and draws, Home & School AGM, Mother’s Day Raffle – and more!

Last week our nation commemorated 100 years of ANZAC history.  It was amazing to see  students sharing their family stories, using creative thought to write their own sIMG_20150424_123800tories, as well as learning the relevance of ANZAC Day for us today.