In All We Say And Do

What's In This Week's Website News..........

  • Writing Evening With Parents
  • New Uniform Photos modelled by students
  • Dates To Keep Free

Writing Evening With Parents 


We celebrate another fabulous evening of sharing our Curriculum delivery with parents and families to show what a Writing Programme looks like in a classroom of 2015.

How wonderful to see so many family members attending the WRITING evening alongside their children - and what a stunning effort from staff who organised such a wide range of Writing activities for families to experience together. The hall was absolutely alive with LEARNING and ENJOYMENT - as families experienced how many ways WRITING can be taught, and WRITING can occur. As families moved around the hall, there was total engagement in these activities as families enjoyed the experiences together - how lucky are we that so many "families" come:-

  • Tech Hub - what we can do with Digital tools

  • Heart Maps and Gaming Maps

  • 'SAID' is DEAD - Writing other words for 'SAID' on the mirrors

  • Neighbourhood Map

  • Guess Who

  • What happens next

  • 12 Doors

  • Design your own crazy machine

  • Make huts

  • Clines

  • Golden lines / stunning sentences

  • The best things in life are free

  • What can you see in this picture to write about and label





New Uniform Samples

Thank you to Lyric and Matthew for being our "MODELS" and allowing us to promote our new uniform in this week's Website post. Here is a sample of the uniform items. We are launching the new uniform to parents for PRE-SALE Friday 12th June 6pm - 8pm and Saturday 13th June 8am - 10.30am. Please come along and try on some for size and make a pre-order.

 Dates Coming Up For School Activities:-

22nd June - Student Leaders' Event - ONE CAN/TWO CAN collection for Auck City Mission

26th June - Diversity Day - Community sharing of our Inquiry Learning Unit to families

  3rd July - END OF TERM TWO



 Manuia le Aso (Have a great day!)

 Look forward to seeing you all throughout the year,

Corinne Hansell