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Newsletter: Term 1, Week 9 (27/3/17)

FROM THE PRINCIPAL'S DESK Dear Parents/Caregivers, As suggested by our FOMS group, as a useful forum, tonight we have a session on Mathletics/Reading Eggs starting at 7pm in our library. This is especially helpful if you are new to Mathletics/Reading Eggs, and would like to [...]

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Newsletter: Term 1, Week 8 (20/3/17)

FROM THE PRINCIPAL'S DESK Dear Parents/Caregivers, We welcome Rita Johnson to our staff as she starts our next year 1 class for 2017 in Room 2 today. Rita has a B. Ed in Primary Education from the University of Auckland and joins us after establishing [...]

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Newsletter: Term 1, Week 7 (13/3/17)

FROM THE PRINCIPAL'S DESK Dear Parents/Caregivers, Our Raise the Roof project is ahead of schedule and  the old courts are looking quite different. Last week the Junior School were out watching in amazement as a very large crane lifted the beams over the top of [...]

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  Room 21s Garden to Table

This year the Middle school (year three and four) are participating in a program called Garden To Table. This program helps to improve kids’ knowledge of plants, planting, food and cooking skills. Each class is split into two groups.  The kitchen group cooks, and the [...]

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Rm 19s Garden To Table

Since 2016 the Middle School has been doing an educational programme about cooking and gardening. This programme is called Garden To Table.   In Garden To Table the children in the class are split into two groups. One group goes to the garden to plant [...]

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Newsletter: Term 1, Week 6 (6/3/17)

FROM THE PRINCIPAL'S DESK Dear Parents/Caregivers, Thank you to all parents who have paid their child’s activity fees and made a further contribution to the school in the form of the school donation. As our board Chair outlined in an email to you all in [...]

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Swimming Sports Poem

The water is churning, Spray is launched into the air As swimmers propel themselves across the pool The crowd roars as the swimmers show off their skill, All practice is thanked, Winners brag and celebrate gayly,   Dripping wet competitors extract themselves from the pool [...]

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Swimming Sports 2017

Swim sports this year was great. There was something for everyone. There was the original 4 races: freestyle, breaststroke, butterfly and backstroke. If you aren’t competitive than you can do the non-competitive races. After break all those who weren’t too confident in water or just [...]

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Swimming Sports 2017

CLAP!!!! The audience jumped in their seats as Martin smashed 2 pieces of wood together. The year 5 girls dived in without a splash and began their freestyle, swimming with determination. Next the year 5 boys came walking boldly to the top of the pool. [...]

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Newsletter: Term 1, Week 5 (27/2/17)

FROM THE PRINCIPAL'S DESK Dear Parents/Caregivers, Our first Friends of Maungawhau School (FOMS) meeting is scheduled for Tuesday 7 March (next week) starting at 7.30pm. It’s a new year, new ideas, new teams and of course everyone is welcome to attend. Why should you attend... [...]

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