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March news

Nau mai haere mai ki Kaikorai Kura - a special warm welcome to our newest Kaikorai pupils 

William, Eddie, Lila, Jessica, Conner, James and Josie - we are thrilled you are here!

Upcoming events and important dates for your diary

Week 7 16th March BOT meeting 5:30 pm

Week 7 18th March bulbs fundraiser orders close 🌷

Week 8 21st March Otago Anniversary Day - School closed

Week 8 22nd March Teacher only day - School closed for instruction

Week 8 25th March TIMMS Maths study - Seniors only

Week 11 13th April - Pizza lunch fundraiser 🍕

Week 11 14th April End of term 1 (Thursday)


James chose a pogo stick for his active transport this week! Awesome!

Principal's news

by Beth Downie

He aroha whakatō, he aroha puta mai, if kindness is sown, then kindness you shall receive

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Junior News

by Felicia Ward

It has once again been another fun-filled 3 weeks in the Junior Syndicate!

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Middles News

by Amy McBeath

Kia ora koutou - we're halfway through the term and there is a lot going on. Our relocation to the new building is now in sight - new furniture has been ordered and things are progressing nicely.

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Senior News

by Bridget McDowall

Poipoia te kakano kia ouawai-Nurture the seed and it will blossom.

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INFO from the SENCO

by Kristen Ferguson

Below are some links about Structured Literacy and Neurodiversity you might be interested in.

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Extension Writing Celebrations

by Kristen Ferguson

The Extension Writing class has been in full swing and students have shown some impressive writing skills.

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The Wellbeing Zone

by Kristen Ferguson

Zones of Regulation: Research has shown that children are in the Yellow Zone more often than we think. A person may be experiencing stress, frustration, anxiety, excitement, silliness, the wiggles, or nervousness when in the Yellow Zone.

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Orders close tonight! 🌷🌷

by Beth Downie

Thank you for your support 🌸

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Community news

by Beth Downie

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