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Kia ora everyone, Just a few things that I wanted to share with you before the end of term, holidays are nearly here!
Kia ora tātou, Sadly, Sam Clarke from Room 2 is currently in Starship Hospital with T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia and will be there for some time. We would like to help the family out a little with travel expenses to and from Auckland, so we are holding a mufti day this Friday to show them our support. Please bring your donations to the school office this Friday.
Kia ora tātou, Many thanks to everyone who contributed very generously to our mufti collection for the Charles family. We collected $695 to pass on to their give-a-little page.
Kia ora tātou, Many thanks to everyone who purchased pies for our junior end of year event fund-raiser. We had another great response.

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The Thames Mountain Bike Club’s Big Bike Film Night returns on June 14. 
Kia ora tātou, We hope you all enjoyed the long weekend with King's Birthday on Monday and the Kāhui Ako teacher-only day on Tuesday.
Autumn is here in the garden, with a mix of clear, cold days and wet, foggy days. It’s been a difficult season for growing things in the garden because we’ve had a lot of dry, cold weather.

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Girls can play sports too – that’s what the Thames Football Club is hoping to highlight with its newest enterprise.

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Moanataiari School’s classrooms have undergone an identity change, bringing the whenua closer to the students.

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Primary school students from around the Thames region gathered at Pārāwai School in Thames on April 4 and 5, for the inter-school EPro-8 STEM – science, technology, engineering and maths competition.

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A potentially life-saving device has been installed at Moanataiari School in Thames, thanks to contributions from across the community.

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Last week marked the start of free Punjabi language and culture classes in Thames, thanks to the generous support of the Thames Indian community. With a total of ten students, supported by parents and adults, organiser Jaspreet Kaur said the initiative kicked off with great enthusiasm.