Bee Bots with Room 9 & 6

We are very lucky this term to be working with Room 6 using Bee Bots. These wonderful students are teaching Room 9 about coding and directional vocabulary ,using Bee Bots which are a very cute and engaging tool . This tuakana teina relationship between our classes is lots of fun and all our students are…

Friday Mufti Day & Coin Trail for Daffodil Day.

Friday Mufti Day & Coin Trail!!   Thats right, you read it correctly, this Friday is a mufti day to support the Cancer Society Daffodil Day!   So wear as much yellow as you can, check down the side of the couch for that loose change and let’s see which Waka Team can make the…

Cross Country is tomorrow!

Tomorrows the day! Make sure you have all the information for our cross country! Below are the estimated times (as published in our newsletter last week) 1.05pm 12+ year olds 3200m 1.15pm 5 year olds 450m 1.25pm 8 year olds 1550m 1.35pm 11 year olds 2800m 1.45pm 6 year olds 650m 1.50pm 10 year olds…

Our bodies

We have started to learn about our bodies. We are focusing on the outside first. Today we had to work in teams to label as many body parts as we could. Next week we will look at what is on the inside.

Cross Country Postponed

Please note that due to weather conditions, SAS Cross country has been postponed from Wednesday the 14th to Friday the 16th of August. Thanks for your co-operation

Under the sea…

Room 11 and 12 have been using creative pictures to write imaginative stories. To go with our stories about this picture we did some octopus art.

Important notice from Police.

“Police are investigating a reported incident today around 12.00pm to 1.00pm in the area of the Te Aroha Primary School.   Investigations are at a very early stage to establish further details surrounding the incident.   Parents are reminded to support their children to and from School and to report any suspicious or unusual behaviour…