We had a great day for Athletics on Tuesday. The weather could not have been better. Every student tried their best and some even shocked themselves at how well they did. Thanks to the whanau who came to watch their children, your support is always appreciated.
This year we are hosting the Junior Cluster Athletics to be held on Thursday 20 October here at Linton Camp School All Junior Students (new entrant to year 3) will be competing against students from the 5 other schools in the Fitzherbert Cluster. Whanau are invited to come along to watch, support & encourage their children. Students are to wear their school uniform to school as usual but need to bring; appropriate sportswear (shorts, tshirt) and running shoes (sneakers, jogg
Students can wear black sandals in Terms 4 & 1. School Sandals should be leather or ‘leather look’ and can be buckled or velcroed and are to be worn without socks. Keep an eye out for the upcoming specials at the Warehouse or Number 1 shoes !!! No jandals or slip on’s please.
In Terms 1 & 4 all students at Linton Camp School MUST wear a school hat whenever they are outside - at morning tea & lunch time, when walking to library, on a class trip, during fitness or P.E. etc… What is a school hat? A plain wide brimmed or bucket hat in navy blue or red. It is does NOT have the school logo. These can be purchase at; Kmart, the Warehouse, Farmers, Academy Apparel or any supplier of hat wear. Caps, different coloured, logos or patterned hats are not accep
Some of you may remember Jordan Campbell’s project to recycle sports equipment. Thanks to so many of you we have collected a large amount of equipment including boots. These have been available and given to students who have needed a little help to participate in their chosen sport. Unfortunately we have ended up with a box of boots that were still in need of a new home, they have been sitting around with no-one needing them. Last week we received a phone call from Zane a mem
Thanks to all your support the Student Leadership’s Legacy Project is well under way. They have ordered and received the chess set. Next step is to put down the tiled chess board, with help and guidance from Gwyn MacPherson & his engineers.
Pohutukawa is on the way!!!! As our new entrant class has grown so much we need to re-open room 2 as a classroom. It has been called Pohutukawa. Jacqui Frost and Meagan Gooding will be sharing the teaching in Pohutukawa, in term 4. Hanna McKeever will be staying in Manuka with the support of Meagan Gooding for her release days. We are very fortunate to be able to offer very small class numbers to our young new learners. It is certainly going to give them a great start in thei