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  • Celebrating Summer

Newsletter: Term 4, Week 9 (10/12/18)

FROM THE PRINCIPAL'S DESK Dear Parents and Caregivers As I write the final newsletter for 2018, I am reminded of all the tremendous accomplishments we have achieved together as the Maungawhau School community. It feels a long time ago, that we were moving classrooms out [...]

By |10th December 2018|Newsletters|0 Comments
  • Thank-You

Newsletter: Term 4, Week 8 (3/12/18)

FROM THE PRINCIPAL'S DESK Dear Parents and Caregivers As the end of the year fast approaches, with lots of positive end of year events planned it is timely that I take a moment to acknowledge the phenomenal community support this school receives. This list is [...]

By |3rd December 2018|Newsletters|0 Comments
  • APPA Concert Night

Newsletter: Term 4, Week 7 (26/11/18)

FROM THE PRINCIPAL'S DESK Dear Parents and Caregivers My thanks to our students for remembering to wear their hats when outside. Last Thursday some of our students participated in the Eden/Albert Zone Athletic competition at Margaret Griffen Park in Lynfield. Well done everyone on your [...]

By |26th November 2018|Newsletters|0 Comments
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Newsletter: Term 4, Week 6 (19/11/18)

FROM THE PRINCIPAL'S DESK Dear Parents and Caregivers My thanks to our community for supporting the recent NZEI teachers strike - both by keeping your students home and by your supportive emails/messages/attendance at last Monday’s union meetings. At this stage, we have a few weeks [...]

By |19th November 2018|Newsletters|0 Comments
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Newsletter: Term 4, Week 4 (5/11/18)

FROM THE PRINCIPAL'S DESK Dear Parents and Caregivers HATS - Last Friday at our Whole School Assembly we explained a hat initiative designed to get all of our students into the habit of wearing hats when they are outside. I showed them various bucket hats [...]

By |5th November 2018|Newsletters|0 Comments
  • Fair Day 2018

Newsletter: Term 4, Week 3 (29/10/18)

FROM THE PRINCIPAL'S DESK Dear Parents and Caregivers How great to see our school mission/ambition in action during our school fair- The Maungawhau community will work together to educate and inspire our children, create confident and connected learners, achieving their unique potential and ready to [...]

By |29th October 2018|Newsletters|0 Comments
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Newsletter: Term 4, Week 1 (15/10/18)

FROM THE PRINCIPAL'S DESK Welcome back to Term 4. It was lovely to be warmly greeted by so many happy students and parents this morning. A special welcome to the new students who experienced their first day at school in Room 18 today. I hear [...]

By |15th October 2018|Newsletters|0 Comments
  • October Holiday Programme 2

Newsletter: Term 3, Week 10 (24/9/18)

FROM THE PRINCIPAL'S DESK Nĭ hăo! Welcome to New Zealand Chinese Language Week. New Zealand Chinese Language Week (23–29 September 2018) is an initiative aimed at encouraging New Zealanders to discover Chinese language and culture. Mandarin Chinese is the most widely-spoken language in the world [...]

By |24th September 2018|Newsletters|0 Comments
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Newsletter: Term 3, Week 9 (17/9/18)

FROM THE PRINCIPAL'S DESK Dear Parents/Caregivers We welcome the following students to Maungawhau School who have started their educational journey with us recently in rooms 12 and 18. Milan in room 12, Theo, Maya and Toby in room 18. A sincere thank you to Liz Love, [...]

By |17th September 2018|Newsletters|0 Comments
  • 2018 Art Exhibition

Newsletter: Term 3, Week 8 (10/9/18)

FROM THE PRINCIPAL'S DESK Tena koutou, Tena koutou, Tena koutou katoa. Welcome to Maori Language week. There will be lots of promotions in NZ this week, to promote increased Maori language use. At Maungawhau we are fortunate to have a few teachers committed to improving [...]

By |10th September 2018|Newsletters|0 Comments