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Cross Country awards and Rugby Assembly

Kia Ora Whanau,

On Friday we had a special assembly involving 4 of the Taranakai Rugby boys – Te Toira Tahurangi (Hurricanes squad), Ryan Cocker (Melbourne Rebels squad), Leon Power (Brumbies squad) and Mitchell Brown (Chiefs squad). They were awesome! We involved them in a quiz against 4 kids from each syndicate and then a dance off to finish. We also got the boys to help hand out the cross country certificates.

Here are the cross country winners and their certificates (in no particular order):

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Here are some photos of the Rugby boys and the assembly:

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We also some teachers doe the cross country too – here is the results:

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School Production – “Back in the day” (a focus on our centenary)

Kia Ora Whanau,

We have our School Production this week and practices are going well – we are really keen to share this performance with our community and whanau. There is a gold coin donat
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There have been notices come home about the production (and it has been in the newsletter) so hopefully everyone is aware of the times the production is on and the clothing the kids need to wear. If not, contact the office and we will help you out. Continue reading School Production – “Back in the day” (a focus on our centenary)

Huatoki Domain

Huatoki Domain Open Day

What a wonderful day it turned out to be for the Huatoki Domain open day. We had our ‘Greenies’ team in the Domain showing members of the public around, where we had planted the famous ‘Waiwaka’ trees and how we do propagation at Vogeltown.

A big thanks to Mr Bill Clarkson for inviting us to participate again this year and our very own Room 9 teacher Mrs Laura Seed for organising the ‘Greenies’.