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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 No:20 – 31 July 2014

Click here to view: No 20 – 31st July 2014

new seats rocksHighlights include: term 3 topics, learning conferences, roll growth, 4 year old Fridays, school donations,  sports news, plus much much more!

Recently we installed some bench seating and large boulders around the flag pole at the senior site.  This has created a popular area for children to hang out during their playtimes.

Newsletter No:18 – 3 July 2014

Click here to view:  No 18 – 3rd July


Highlights include: School 99th birthday, learning conferences, traffic congestion, sports news, midwinter swim, ERO visit, Highlands information, Four year old Fridays, and much much more!!

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As part of our 99th birthday celebrations, we held a disco in the hall which was decorated with a ‘happy birthday’ theme.  The children were invited to bring along a handmade card to the school as their ticket in, and we had glow accessories for sale too.  It was a fantastic night.  Thank you to the Home & School team who organised another successful event for our school community.

Newsletter No: 14 – 5 June 2014

Click here to view:  No 14- 5th June 2014

Highlights include: Dads & Lads Breakfast, Mathathon, Traffic congestion, Four year old Fridays, BoT news and much much more!

IMG_20140604_105923This week the senior syndicate walked down the Te Henui Walkway to East End on the lookout for bridges of all shapes, sizes, and construction as part of their term topic.  Do you know how many bridges there are along the track?  Did you know that Ara Puawhai means ‘pathway of enlightenment’?  That’s certainly what the journey was all about for these amazing students!