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At 9:19pm on a Friday night, something mysterious happened at Moanataiari School. Footage captured on surveillance cameras showed an object falling from the sky, ablaze. It crash-landed on the school’s field and burned for roughly one minute.

Public Notices

Good afternoon, we hope you are all doing okay in your bubble.
Kia ora tātou, Congratulations to our best dressed book day winners.


Looking for something to do for Father's Day or just fancy listening to some live music? Country Music Show Wellington Fundraiser
Kia ora tātou A HUGE THANK YOU to Julie, Wendy, Pauline and their team for a fantastic night of fun and fundraising at the Quiz night last Friday.


Moanataiari School 50th Reunion
Whakatau - term 3
Whakatau mo ngaa tamariki. Welcoming our new students. Ka tuu taa taatou whakatau, Our whakatau will be held Tekau ma tahi,te Praire te raa tuaono o Hereturikoka At 11.00am, Friday 6th of August Kura Tuatahi o Moanataiari. Moanataiari Primary School Whakahoki koorero/kai whakarite.


Come join in the fun on Friday 6th August at Bite Cafe, Thames.
Kia ora tātou Just a reminder that Mr Howes and myself will both be away from school on sabbatical for Term 3 this year. Mrs Saunders and Mrs Kruger will cover any management issues during my absence, and Mrs Sandy Good and Mrs Libby Edlin will relieve in Room 9 during Term 3. Mrs Leach will continue working in Room 7.
Kia ora tātou Many thanks again to everyone involved in camp fundraising during the week and over the weekend. Your efforts are really contributing to our fund.
Thank you to Julie White and Rechelle Rendall for accompanying our students to the National Young Leaders Day event last week. Our students were inspired and informed at this fantastic opportunity.
Many thanks again to Cass at Bite Cafe for proving the yummy lunches last Friday.