4th June Samoan outfit day come dressed in your Samoan attire.
( No Samoan attire school uniform must be worn)
7th June Queens Birthday (No School)
Pink Shirt Day BULLY FREE NZ!! Tainui has zero tolerance for bullying and prides its self on making sure all our tamariki feel safe and happy at school.
Look how many children and staff turned up in their pink what an awesome sight.
Ka mau te wehi, how awesome! CONGRATULATIONS to these fabulous tamariki & whānau. Here are the results for those who submitted their whānau surveys: Te Aohinga Thomas, Joel Leonga, Ina- May Petero, Chayden Rikiau-Heke, Faybian John and Joshua Glass-Foster. A $50 New World voucher received.
Also to our winning class with the most surveys returned – AWESOME ROOM 6, YOU GUYS ROCK. $50 received to spend on anything you want.
Celebration Of Learning Recipients
Take a look at some of *AMAZING* children receiving awards this week
ka mau te wehi tamariki mā
ONWARDS AND UPWARDS
LUNCHES IN SCHOOLS
Menu for the next 2 weeks take a look 🙂
What have we been up to in Room 7
As part of our See me, know me, grow me topic we looked at Maori symbols. We used these to think about what symbols represented us and decorated korowai cloaks that are on our classroom walls. We also used these symbols to design patterns onto soap and soap is a cool way to have a go at carving because if you make a mistake you can scrape it off and start again.
What have we been up to in CC2
Hello Tainui family we are learning to play the ukulele we have been really enjoying our time learning a new instrument. We are hoping to be able to play a full song by the end of the term.
Abigail and Cyahn
A massive ngā mihi to Thelma and her team from MC Gym for coming into school and running a WOD in honor of Gumboot Day the children thoroughly enjoyed the work out and free sausages.
You guys rock & we appreciate you!
ATTENTION!!! Please check your tamariki for headlice it is present in school and making its way around. If you need help with treatments please contact the office and we can see what we can do 🙂 Also please do not be offended if we ask you to pick your child up and treat them before they return to back to school.
Lets get rid of these little critters!
Ngā Pēpī Manu-Transition to School
Kia ora, Kia Orana Talofa lava & greetings whānau,
Our Ngā Pēpī 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 (During term time)
$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.