Our Year 4 and 5 students each spent a day at Mairangi Bay Surf Lifesaving Club learning about Surf Safety with the lifeguards there. The students had lots of fun ‘saving’ each other using rescue tubes and on the boogie boards.
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We entered four teams into the annual ‘Top Schools’ Competition hosted by the Rotary Club and held at Churchill Park School. The children had lots of fun taking part in all the events – and one of our Year 3/4 teams came first in their age group! Our congratulations to them and to all children […]
It is our pleasure to present the video of our Middle School production – “The Magic School Bus Visits the Pacific”. Our thanks to Ollie Dale (virtuallyfamous.co.nz) and Michael Frogley (daveclarkdesign.com) for their recording, editing, design and production of the video. Eccentric teacher Ms Frizzle once again takes her class on an adventure in the […]
Last week the Whole School Cross Country was held in “changeable” weather conditions. Well done to everyone who took part and to the winning runners. Congratulations to St Francis who were the winning house.
The Junior School (Years 0-3) visited Motat recently as part of their Science Topic “A Place to Call Home”. The children enjoyed a fun-filled day of activities, including the opportunity to experience what school-life was like in the 1900s and a tram ride.
In term two we celebrated the end of Book Week with a very colourful and imaginative Book Character Dress Up Day. There were some very diverse choices .. from Sir Edmund Hillary to Yoda and everything in between! Take a look at the photos and see for yourself….
Tieing in with our current topic ‘God’s Incredible Design’ with last term’s focus Looking to the Stars and this term’s Matariki: Kite Making, the whole school have visited (or will be visiting) the Stardome Observatory. The children looked at the Sun, Moon, Stars and Constellations as well as where Matariki is in the sky. Students also enjoyed […]
Celebrated annually around the globe, Pink Shirt Day aims to create schools, workplaces and communities where all people feel safe, valued and respected. Our hard-working PTA organised a fun day with a serious message for our children last Friday. We even had a visit from the pink-shirted police!
Our students always love a visit from ‘Science in a Van’. On this occasion our junior school were treated to a session on Bubbles, while our senior students enjoyed experiencing ‘Sound’.
Our children showed both a strong spirit of competitiveness and very good sportsmanship at our annual Senior School Athletics Afternoon (an excellent combination). The sun shone as all students from Year 4 to Year 6 took part in running races and a range of team activities. It was so good to see full participation in every […]