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Amesbury Digest - 13 November 2023

What's on this week?

Contents

Gail's amazing Amesbury-themed cupcakes

From our Tumuaki / Principal

by Urs Cunningham

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Co-curricular Lessons

by John Murrihy

Are your tamariki interested in taking up any of our co-curricular lessons this year?

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Amesbury Notices - 13 November 2023

by John Murrihy

The new Pōhutukawa Hub is now officially open! After the years of discussion, design and build ....

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Calling all Library Books and Readers

by Kirat Singh

It's great having so many enthusiastic readers checking books out - we now need your help getting them checked back in as the end of Term 4 is approaching.

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Beach Education Consent Form

by Eilis Cassidy

Every two years Amesbury School looks to complete Beach Education for all ākonga (students) across the kura. This programme is in conjunction with the local Surf Life Saving group.

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Year 0-2 End of Year Camp 2023

by Davina de Witts

We have planned an exciting day for ngā ākonga (learners) in Koru Hub.

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Churton Park Poetry Competition 2023

by Urs Cunningham

Last year we held our inaugural Churton Park community poetry competition, open to all students from Churton Park School and Amesbury School. Fresh from the success of last year's event, the competition is back again.

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What's happening in Term 4?

by Eilis Cassidy

Term 4 promises to be a busy, active term with lots of sports taking place. First up is Senior Athletics Day on Tuesday 17th October.

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Entertainment eBooks

by John Murrihy

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What's on in Term 4, 2023

by John Murrihy

Our list of school activities for Term 4 ....

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Y5 and 6 “Out and about in Wellington” EOTC week

by Gar Kee Wu

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Term 4 Whānau Information

by Demelza Topp

In this article, you'll find essential administrative details for Term 4, as well as information about our Module 3 inquiry and the key events scheduled for this term. The following information is relevant for all students throughout the school. If you have more than one child at school, you will receive an email for each child. However, you only need to read the following information once.

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Access to the Amesbury Learning Sites

by John Murrihy

There are multiple ways that parents/caregivers can see what their tamariki are learning at school, including the detailed weekly timetable.

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HERO: Tips and Tricks

by Demelza Topp

In this article, we have provided information that will enable you to get the most out of HERO. Please click on the links below to find the information you are looking for.

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