News

Kia ora tātou Congratulations to Ms Louise Hinds-Haye (our Room 5 teacher) and her partner John, on the birth of their son Lincoln John Arthur Edwards on Monday this week. Welcome back to Mrs Adrienne Dines who is teaching in Room 5 until Ms Hinds-Haye’s return next year.
April Holiday programme

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SPYC Holiday Programme
Students waiting for the Beach Hop cars to parade down Pollen St
Kia ora tātou Many thanks to all of our helpers last week at various events. Your support is crucial for our students to participate in these events and is much appreciated.

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If you are wanting to find out when you can get a vaccine, there is a short questionnaire you can complete on line.
A group of students went to Auckland to watch the America's Cup race.
Our senior students had a very successful evening last Friday selling food to raise funds for their Wellington camp at the Create the Vibe launch on Mary Street in Thames. Many thanks to everyone who donated food and helped run this event.
Thames valley time trials
Congratulations to those who qualified for the Thames Valley swimming competition next week.
What an awesome night the family fun night was.
Kia ora tātou, Our evacuation up to Moanataiari Creek Road for the tsunami warning went very smoothly and promptly.
Thank you to all those families who came along and joined in the fun last Friday night and made it such a successful event. It was good to catch up and we had a great time.
Congratulations to our past student, Kanye Rapana, on his selection to represent New Zealand in the mixed under 16s touch rugby team. Well done Kanye!
Kia ora tātou, Unfortunately, we are once again under Alert Level 2 from midnight last night for 72 hours, and this timeframe will be reviewed every 24 hours by the Government.
A whakatau will be held at 1.30 pm this Friday 12th February to formally welcome our new students and families, followed by an afternoon tea.