Hope you have been keeping warm throughout the last couple of weeks as the temperatures have plummeted. [Read More...]
A measle outbreak in NZ has been in the news lately.
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There will be a learner led hui with children, parents and teachers on Thursday 17th October from 3.00pm - 5.00pm
Please send a spare set of clothes with your child we have run out of clothes for the juniors!!! Some gumboots too!!!
Our Year 6 Rotomaths teams competed well last night at the Rotorua Girls High Arena. They represented our school very well and stepped outside their comfort zones to solve a variety maths problems. Thank you for your mahi!!
Over the past 3 years, our Kahui ako has looked into supporting tamariki with their year 6 transistion to Mokoia Intermediate.
With only 4 weeks left of ther term, it is time for us to start gathering any 'Yummy apple stickers" ready to send in. Send them in to the classroom teacher.
Please support Kai in his fundraising for the Rarotonga trip 2020 by buying some raffle tickets. Tickets are $3 each or 2 for $5. They can be purchased from the school office anytimenand Kai will also be selling them this wednesday and friday before and after school.
This Friday 23rd August we are having a character dress up day to run alongside our book fair.
As Matua Regan mentioned we are lucky enough to have 50 mountain bikes for the kids to use. Attached is some photos of the kids enjoying the bikes and learning some new skills.
A big thank you to Mitre 10 Mega Rotorua, who have donated some building materials to the school for the children to use.
After Room 1 and 8's visit to Hannahs Bay with Tatau Pounamu, Baden was keen to go back to Hannahs Bay/Waikawau and look in the traps again. They came across this! We have messaged Tatau Pounamu to let them know. Our kura now have some of these traps in our school (thanks to Tatau Pounamu). Along with these traps, Nature walks and the creation of bird feeders, to entice and encourage bird life to return, is happening. All tamariki who are involved in this learning are all passionate about trapping pests to help to save our birds and plants. Tau kě!
Thanks to all of our tamariki, staff and parents/whānau for joining us today.
A few photos from Breakfast Club this week.
A fast paced game was played at lunchtime today.
Job Vacancy at Mokoia Community Association
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