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|ASB St John in Schools programme - 27th, 28th June|| (197 kbs)|
|Each class in Te Whānau Nikau and Te Whānau Kahikatea will have a session with an educator from St John in Schools providing learning experiences to empower them with the skills and confidence required to take action in response to an emergency situation...|
|Te Whānau Nikau Te Papa Trip || (1.5 Mbs)|
|Te Whānau Nikau will be visiting Te Papa to participate in the Art Explorer programme. Ako 9 and 10 Friday 22nd June, Friday 22nd June, Ako 13 and 17 Thursday 28th June, Ako 14, 15 and 16 Friday 29th June...|
|Matai Noho Marae 2018 Thursday 3rd & Friday 4th May || (415 kbs)|
|Please be at school on this Thursday by 8.00am and go straight to the hall.
We have planned an exciting programme for our noho marae. The students will have the opportunity to try several different activities throughout the day on Thursday at the marae ...|
|POSITIVE PUBERTY MEETING || (61 kbs)|
|In week 2, Te Whānau Kauri will begin teaching Positive Puberty. This meeting is for all parents/Whānau to learn about this unit. This Wednesday 2nd May at 6:00pm - 7:00pm Ako 2 ...|
|Te Whānau Matai Sleepover at Wainuiomata Marae || (139 kbs)|
|Kia ora te Whānau
As part of our EOTC programme, Matai will be sleeping over at the Wainuiomata Marae. This is a wonderful opportunity to explore the many tāonga of New Zealandís culture and to have an overnight experience.
Dates and times are as follows... |
|Te Whānau Matai - Noho Marae Visit HEALTH FORM || (156 kbs)|
|Te Whānau Matai - Noho Marae 2018 HEALTH FORM ...|
|Te Whānau Nikau Pipitea Marae Visit|| (201 kbs)|
|As part of our term one learning about marae, Te Whānau
Nikau will be visiting Pipitea Marae on Monday 12th March.
We will leave school at 9.00am and return by 12.30pm....|
|Te Whānau Kahikatea - Letís try Roller Blading!|| (205 kbs)|
|As part of Moviní March and our work on the values of resilience and
perseverance, Te Whānau Kahikatea will be visiting the Kilbirnie Recreation
Centre to learn how to Roller Blade. ...|
|Te Whānau Matai Newsletter -Term1 2018|| (1.3 Mbs)|
|Te Whānau Matai is symbolised by the Matai
tree. This tree grows taller than the Kahikatea,
and often stands alone, reminding us that our
students are encouraged to continue growing
into independent thinkers and learners...|
|Te Whānau Kahikatea Newsletter -Term1 2018|| (1.2 Mbs)|
|Te Whānau Kahikatea is symbolised by the Kahikatea tree. This tree
grows in groups, their roots intertwined for support. They are taller
than Nikau palms, but not as big a Matai or Kauri tree...|
|Te Whānau Nikau Newsletter -Term1 2018|| (2.2 Mbs)|
|Te Whānau Nikau is symbolised by the
Nikau palm. The Nikau palm is one of
the smaller trees in the bush,
representing our youngest students.
The fronds of the Nikau palm open up,
reminding us that our students are
opening their minds and starting their
learning journey with us at KWNS...|
|Te Whānau Matai National Library Visit|| (236 kbs)|
|In week 3 each class will visit the He Tohu exhibition at the National Library. This is an
important part of our He Taonga Tenei unit Ė exploring the concept of place as a gift...|
|Te Whānau Kauri Days Bay Visit|| (151 kbs)|
|Te Whānau Kauri are having a 'Getting to Know You' trip to Days Bay.
We will be going on Tuesday 20th February at 9:45am and will return by 2:30pm.
The postponement date is Friday 23rd February...|