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Pānui 30 June

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A Magnifying glass Telescope. 

by Jono Broom

...how to make a magnifying glass telescope

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Celebrating Learning through our Dispositions

by Andy Kai Fong

Wednesday 5 July, 1.30 - 7.00pm

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Meet the Establishment Board of Trustees

by Andy Kai Fong

Cheryl Doig - BoT Chairperson

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Meet the Establishment Board of Trustees

by Andy Kai Fong

Patricia Harrison-Hunt

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Meet the Establishment Board of Trustees

by Andy Kai Fong

Marie Burke

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Meet the Establishment Board of Trustees

by Andy Kai Fong

Sol Smith

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MAI TIME - Sewing 

by Debbie Kakoi

From a piece of fabric to a beautiful creation by our wonderful ākonga. 

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Kōmanawa whānau hui.

by Haylee

It's time to celebrate!

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Upstart Magazine

by Leonie Phillips

Some of our ākonga in Hikuawa created some amazing works of art to contribute to Upstart Magazine.

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Kōwhaiwhai Patterns

by Teatawhai.

Kōwhaiwhai and Pāngarau. 

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You can't ride a chicken-wire horse...

by Jono Broom

They have been constructing their statue out of chicken wire, and were a little bit afraid of people trying to ride it, but they soon realised they had a bigger problem. 

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Flexible Learning on a Friday

by Jodine Hardwicke

Year 13 students opt to stay after school to keep working!

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The girls pick up their materials and calculate the price... 

Mathematics through a Make-up Box

by Jono Broom

Two students have been creating their own makeup box under the kaupapa of Culture in Kōrepo this term.

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Mahi in Kōmanawa.

by Paki

Kei te tuhituhi mātou i te reo Māori.

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Aoraki Camp

by Jono Broom

At the beginning of this week, the "Navigating the Sky" inquiry group were lucky enough to go to camp at Aoraki / Mt Cook. 

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Marae research and build! 

by Clark Williams

Kōrepo ākonga have been researching local Marae to make their model as accurate as possible.

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Cube Satellites and Kōrepo

by Jono Broom

A student in Kōrepo has been working on creating a model cube satellite. 

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Ko tāku keretao tēnei.

by Kahurangi

Nā Kahu

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Student Accounts

by Tyrina Stewart

Haeata can now accept automatic payments to student accounts for sports fees, camp costs and other expenses.

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Aranui Library - Activities

by Jenny White

FlipOut will be setting up outside the Library. MY CAT LIKES TO HIDE IN BOXES with Christchurch School of Music

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Brainwave EARLY YEARS Seminar

by Tyrina Stewart

The early years last forever. Consistent, responsive, loving care grows great brains and Brainwave have the science to prove it. What you do makes a real difference.

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Brainwave ADOLESCENT Seminar

by Tyrina Stewart

Unravelling the adolescent brain. Social and emotional change. Support adolescents in navigating the transition from child to well adjusted adult.

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New Brighton Park Feedback Opportunity

by Tyrina Stewart

Have your say on a park in our community!

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Donated Sport T-shirts

by Carly Werahiko

Our community partners He Waka Tapu kindly donated over 30 t-shirts to our basketball teams.

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Mainfreight Shout Out

by Tyrina Stewart

Free apples for our akōnga donated from Mainfreight

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Up & Coming Events

by Carly Werahiko

Canterbury Ripper Rugby Champs - Year 5 & 6 Kaunuku team, Monday 3 July at Mainland Football Field, Cranford Street.

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Sport Ambassador Seminar

by Carly Werahiko

Two of our Junior Sport Prospects met Gemma McCaw (Hockey) as part of a NZOC Sport Ambassador session.  

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The Star KidsFilmFest Competition

by Jenny White

An exciting new KidsFest Event

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Sport Teams

by Carly Werahiko

Sport we have on offer in term two & three, these are our current sport teams.

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