Showing posts from November, 2017
Ramere 1 Hakihea

Friday 1 December

What a great day we had. NIS hosted us so we could see where we were going next year and settle some nerves. The kids can't wait to go!

The year 5s went to a tutorial on how to use adobe and then were wonderfully kind, efficient helpers down at the Tui athletics day. Mrs Rush thanks you all for your assistance. They could not have done it without you!

Choir Pool party is on Monday, bring your togs.

Grip Leadership.

From the grip Young leaders day.
Dom at the grip outing. Thanks parents who went.

Up at Impact church. It was hot but the children really enjoyed it!

Aaliyah's Dad, Sunny Patel with the Prime Minister.

Creativity at work!

Sending our letters to Santa. I'm sure he will be impressed by our punctuation and paragraphs.
Millen made this amasing shape that turns. He is so clever.

We had a wonderful morning at NIS today. It was great catching up with past pupils who were so tall and grown up. What a joy to see nPS kids turn into such …
Rapare 30 Whiringi-a- nuku

Thursday 30 November

Friday Year 6 children and I go to Northcote Intermediate to have an orientation day. We leave at 9.15am.

The Year 5 children are helping out on the Tui athletics event on Friday.

Monday the Choir have a pool party at Lunchtime. Bring your togs. Tuesday is our swimming day.

Kauri Prize- giving is on Thursday 7th December at 6.30pm.

Hayley's mum made this adorable cushion. We all love it so much! What a clever Mum.

Toa practicing his Kiribati dance for us.

These people went to the Young Leaders day.

Thanks for leading the singing at the Prize-giving rehearsal girls.
Thanks for teaching us the Maori words and doing the pepeha guys.

Creating a quote that suits us and our year.

Adam made a tricky Maths games which these guys loved to play. Benji the Unicorn is working out the answer to a question.