Sunday, March 22, 2015

Week 4 Notices

Notices Week 4 Term 1 2015
Monday 23th February

Dear Parents

Last week our PB4L (Positive Behaviour for Learning) focus was lining up correctly. Congratulations to Caleb Oxley from Room 14 and Hetty Elliott from Room 15 who received this weeks PB4L certificates. This weeks focus is Staying within the School Boundaries.

Thank you to those who attended the School Picnic. It was great to see you there.

Kapahaka - The Kapahaka group will be returning again this year but a time for practises is yet to be confirmed. Mrs Henare will inform us when the group is to start.

Well done to everyone who participated in the swimming sports last Monday. You all did really well.

Other important dates:
Parent Interviews - Wednesday 25th Feb
Triathlon - Monday 2nd March. We will all be participating, and it's first thing in the morning. We will be discussing this event in class over the coming week to sort out teams and see who is swimming, cycling and running. There is also the opportunity for children who want to, to compete individually.
Camp - Stoney Creek Ranch
Room 15 - Monday 9th March - Tuesday 10th March.
Room 14 - Wednesday 11th March - Thursday 12th March.

Kind regards
Toni Te Whaiti & Karen Duligall

Homework Week 3 Term 1 2015

The amount of time given to complete the tasks will vary depending on what is required. 20 minutes a night is a good guide, but children are very busy these days and if you don’t have time to fit the homework in some days, or your child is just too tired, that is fine.
Take a book home each night. You might get a book from your teacher, your group browsing box or from the library.
Get a member of your family (Mum, Dad, Grandma etc) to sign the reading log in your Book Bag.
Bring your Book Bag to school every day.
Books only go home in Book Bags.
Complete a mind map of all the ’groups’ that you are involved in or belong to in your life. Example: Guides, Mum’s side of the family, Life saving etc.
Maths New tasks are set on Study Ladder as we are now moving on to look at position and orientation.

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