Term 2 2019

Term 2 2019

Talent Show

In Term 2, the Student Councillors hosted the Talent Show. There was a Junior and a Senior Show. All the performers demonstrated their amazing talents exceptionally well. Even Kalani, one of the learning assistants, did a starry performance.

See below for photos of our wonderful performers in action.


Sewing Group

This term our sewing group have been making cushions out of old shirts with Mrs Talbot.

See below for a photo of the amazing cushions they have produced.

Kapa Haka Childcare Visit

On Monday the 24th of June, our Kapa Haka group visited Little Feet Childcare Centre to perform for the children.  The Kapa Haka Group performed several waiata for the children and then the children joined in with one of the songs.

See below for some photos of the Kapa Haka’s performance.

Winter Sports Zones

On Tuesday the 18th of June, our rugby, soccer and netball teams all travelled to Bruce Pulman Park to compete in the Winter Sports Zones with the other local schools.  All our students put in a fantastic effort and showed great sportsmanship.  We are very proud of the way all our students represented our school.

See below for photos of our amazing teams.

  Netball A team

  Netball A & B teams

  Boys Soccer A team

  Boys Soccer A & B teams and Girls Soccer team

Library Bingo Challenge

Students have been working hard at completing the library bingo challenge for the past two weeks. Here are some students using our school library at break times to read many books and complete their challenge booklets.  Winners will be announced next week.



Young Leaders Day

On Wednesday the 8th of May, the Year 6 Student Councillors and the Kaiawhina Rangatahi went to Young Leaders Day at the Vodafone Events Centre. They had an opportunity to listen to some inspiring speakers. The speakers were:


Ronnie is best known for his role as a presenter on What Now, and is currently working on his first feature length film. He’s passionate about seeing young people in Aotearoa reach their full potential.


KINGS (Kingdon Chapple-Wilson) burst onto the music scene in 2016 with the release of his single, Don’t Worry ‘Bout It, which went to number one on the NZ Singles Chart. KINGS has become one of Aotearoa’s most in demand live acts, regularly performing at some of the country’s biggest events and festivals.


Dr. Lehan Stemmet is passionate about seeing people reach their full potential. Lehan has studied up a storm around the way that people work and what makes them great leaders.


Hana’s incredible blog promotes the value of understanding who we are and where we come from. She’s got a significant online presence that already inspires so many across Aotearoa. Hana’s heart is to help young people better understand themselves and to empower them for the future.


Christian Gallen joined Attitude in 2009 after completing a BA in Te Reo Māori. Since then he has spoken to over 100,000 young people around New Zealand with his trademark positive and inspirational presenting style.

Here are the photos from the day:

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