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Kia ora tātou, Congratulations to all our senior students who applied for leadership positions this year. There were many strong candidates and persuasive letters written to apply for these positions. We are delighted to announce our student leaders for 2024 are...
Kia ora tātou, Many thanks to everyone who provided food and attended our whakatau last Friday. It was a great welcome for our new students and staff.
Kia ora tatou, Our students are well settled back into the school routine now, and we have another very busy week ahead.
Kia ora tātou, We hope to see as many of you tonight at our Family Fun Night. All family members welcome to come along. We are also running our School Beginners’ Evening at the same time, so if you have a pre-schooler or know of someone who would like to find out more about our school, please let them know to come along from 5:15 pm.
Kia ora tātou, Welcome back, everyone! We hope you all had an enjoyable holiday and are refreshed for another busy year.
Kia ora tātou Congratulations and a huge THANKS to Miffy, Saskia, Jay and everyone else involved in our fantastic Santa parade float. We won the best overall float and looked amazing!
Kia ora tātou Wow, what a show! We are very proud of the performances of our students at our presentation of Robin and the Sherwood Hoodies. These productions give our students the opportunity to all be involved and express their dramatic talents, and stars to shine.
Kia ora tātou Everyone involved in our upcoming production has been working hard, and the performance from the students is sounding very good, so we hope you and your friends can make it along to see the show and enjoy “Robin and the Sherwood Hoodies” this week.
Kia ora tātou We have a number of events coming up in the last few weeks of Term 4 and I look forward to catching up with many of our whanau on those occasions
Kia ora tātou Term 4 is certainly a very busy time for us with camps, sports events, visitors and, of course, our school production. The students are sounding great during their practises and we are really looking forward to their performances at 11am and 6pm on 29th November and 6pm on 30th November. Tickets are now available from our school office for $5 per person.
Kia ora tātou Sprint trials will be held next Monday to select those to compete in the sprint events at Thames Valley Athletics.

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