Kia ora Tainui whānau please take a look at this free YES FREE digital course that is being offered by Te Wānanga o Aotearoa here in Tokoroa. A great opportunity for those who need a little extra help navigating the cyber world
School swimming is back up and running under alert level 1.
Rooms TT1, 5, 7 & 8 12.00pm depart return 1.30pm
Room TT2, 6 & CC2 1.00pm depart return 2.30pm
Dont forget your swimmers and towels.
Lets continue to build confident swimmers and that knowledge around water saftey.
Again we appreciate all the help our parents & caregivers are providing while we run our programme.
ATTENTION ATTENTION ATTENTION!!!!
If you have recently changed address or phone numbers it is extremely important that you let the school know. If anything were to happen to your Tamariki and we needed to contact you urgently we need to have the right information. I know this is not something that comes to the top of your head when moving or changing numbers but please make a mental note. If you are unsure we have the right info please contact the office.
Nga Pēpi Manu-Transition to School
Kia Ora, Kia Orana Talofa lava & greetings whanau,
Our Ngā Pēpi Manu programme supports your tamariki during their transition to primary school life. Every child adapts differently when finding a sense of belonging in new environments, all who are involved should make this a positive experience. We will work together to create a plan and timetable that will suit the needs of the child and family.
Our programme will run Monday to Thursday from 9am-1pm. The number of visits we recommend before starting school is six weeks. In the first three weeks visits will be two times a week and the last three weeks, visits will be three times a week. If there is a need for more visits to support the transition, that can be arranged. We look forward to meeting with you and working together to grow competent and confident children for our future.
AFTER SCHOOL CARE PROGRAMME
Tainui’s After School Care programme runs from
3:00 – 5:30pm Monday – Friday
$4.50 per hour for the first child then $3.50 per hour for each additional sibling.
If this is something you are interested in please pop into the office and see one of our lovely office ladies for more information.
-Arts and crafts -Movie days
-Outdoor sports -Fun & exciting
-Team building activities -Oscar registered
SEE BELOW SOME OF OUR MOST RECENT PICTURES FROM AFTER SCHOOL CARE.
Wheeles day 12th March for after school care children.
Week 7 After School Care Programme.
Monday- Arts & crafts day
Tuesday- New Playground
Wednesday- Confidence course
Thursday- Indoor games & ice cream
Friday- Team ball sports on courts
Week 8 After School Care Programme.
Monday- Making easter baskets
Tuesday- Continuation of easter baskets
Wednesday- Continuation of baskets
Thursday- Finish baskets
Friday- Outdoor fun
Kia Ora, Kia Orana and Talofa Lava,This year for our Kāhui Ako, we are fortunate enough to be learning from and alongside Poutama Pounamu. Our facilitators have expertise in equipping Educators with a Cultural Tool Kit to provide opportunities for students to experience Mana Ōrite – educational success as Māori.Our journey began with a School and ECE community wide Teacher Only day and we now invite you to come and join us in our first ever BOT and Whanau Community.This session focuses on understanding the history of our Nation – our people through the lens of “Titiro whakamuri, kia haere whakamua – Looking back in order to move forward” and “New understandings of colonisation”. We invite you, our BOT and whānau community to join us – to share, listen and understand.Thursday 25th March 5:30 – 6:30pm Forest View High School Library Light refreshments provided.See the poster attached for more information. You can register your interest through the following google link or email firstname.lastname@example.org