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Newsletter 14 - June 5th 2020

Kia ora

Although this has been a short week there has been a lot packed into it. All around the school it’s been great to see children displaying our values. All of the classes have been busy, engaged in learning activities in class and everyone has been trying their best. Out and around the school I’ve seen people being kind to themselves, others and the environment. What a great bunch of people we have here! Hopefully next week we’ll be able to recognise some of these amazing people at a school assembly. We’ll keep you posted.

I need to remind everyone that the road outside our school can be a dangerous place, especially at the end of the day. This can be compounded by people parking too close to where the children cross making it difficult to see approaching traffic. If you are able to park a little further back it would make a huge difference. If crossing with your child please cross on the cobbles as this will help reinforce the messages we give about road safety.

Just a note too, the police will be keeping a vigilant eye on the stop sign at the end of Maria Street in the coming weeks. For the safety of our children please make sure you obey the road rules and come to a complete stop.

There is a working bee next Saturday, June 13. This is being arranged by FoLS who do quite a bit around the school. As we settle into winter the grounds need a bit of a tidy up. If you’re able to come along and help out it would be appreciated. Bring along a weed eater if you have one. Planned start time is 1:00PM.

Have a great weekend everyone.

Ka kite ano,

Callum Tytler

Acting Principal



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