Looking forward to the start of Term 4.
Term 4 is a hat term, no hat, no sun. Hats must have a wide brim or a flap at the back. No caps.
Children also need to bring their togs to school for swimming each day.
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Friday, September 14, 2018
Monday, September 3, 2018
We are going to hold a 'market day' on the 22nd of November between 2.00pm and 4.00pm. Each class will make items to sell on this day, it is intended to be a small fundraiser for our cultural garden. If you are able to donate anything that you think would sell well, please do so. This could include plants etc. Everyone will be welcome to attend and we will let you know more closer to the time. If you have other ideas that might fit with this small fundraiser, please let us know.
Attached is a link to our survey on our whåkatauki. Just check the box of the ones you like best, more than one is ok. These will also be available to view at whånau afternoon.
Also attached to this post is the photo mock up of our cultural garden, a garden that will reflect who we are and what we value. A copy of this will also be available on whånau afternoon. We appreciate your feedback and ideas.