Kia ora, Today we opened the bookings for Summer Sports. We are looking at entering team into Touch Rugby - season starting 21 October - games played on Friday after school - at Monrad Park, Palmerston North - teams for all year levels from new entrant to year 8 - $35 per player Summer Hockey - season start and game days are yet to be confirmed - played at the Twin Turfs, Manawaroa St, Palmerston North - teams for all year levels from new entrant to year 8 - $35 per player
School Uniform Policy The Board has confirmed the Uniform Code/Policy and the uniform supplier for our school. We appreciate everyone who had input into the review. We can confirm Academy Apparel will remain our school uniform supplier. Our current arrangements for purchasing uniform also remain the same. There has been one change; The tartan skort is being fazed out over the next 18 months. It was deemed an item that was unnecessarily expensive. It is being replaced by a nav
Hui Tuarua Thank you for making time to meet with your child’s teacher. I trust you were amazed at the work your child has been doing and the progress that have made so far this year. Thank you, on behalf of your child, sharing their work with you means so much to them. It fills them with a sense of pride. It is also very important educationally, for a child to share their work with their whanau, knowing that their learning is important to you too. If you are yet to meet with
Last week saw 4 of our students represented our school in the Cluster Speech Competion -Rian Gerling, Brooklyn Allan-Mitchell, Evie Gerling and Nikora Wild. The speech competition is not about just delivering a 2-3 minute prepared speech but each entrant also has to deliver an impromptu speech - they are given a topic and 30 seconds later have to deliver a 1 minute speech on this. A very daunting exercise! All four of our students did well delivering their thought provoking
Yes spring is nearly here and this brings us to Daffodil Day. We are celebrating spring and supporting a worthwhile cause by holding Yellow Day on Friday 2 September. Ditch the uniform and wear YELLOW if you bring a gold coin to donate to the Cancer Society. It is not compulsory to give a koha but you must wear school uniform if you choose not to donate.
A big thanks to NZ Ukulele Trust for the generous donation of 12 new ukuleles and tuner received this week. Our students were thrilled and can't wait to use them in our Ukulele programme next term! Ka pai to mahi!