- Monday 4th April - Year 7 Vision testing
- Tuesday 5th April - BoT Meeting
- Monday 11th-14th April - Students select electives and sports
- Thursday 14th April - Merit Assembly
- Thursday 14th April - Last Day of Term One
- Monday 2nd May - First Day of Term Two
- Sign up to a winter sport (Basketball, Netball, Hockey)
- Discuss with your child what elective they will do in Term 2 (More info to come soon)
- Keep an eye out for new camp dates that should come out this week
Looking back and looking forward.Visit this article
Our Year 8's continue to be great role models for our Year 7 students. Staff have been impressed with the way that our Year 8's are displaying our school values.Visit this article
Tahuna Specialist Areas
Students have been enjoying hands on learning in each of the specialist areas. Check out some of these impressive creations! Ask to see what your child has been learning by viewing their individual Google Classroom documents.Visit this article
2022 Student Leaders
Last Friday, we held a special Assembly to announce our Leaders for 2022. After an inspirational message from Mr Clarke we presented our 20 student leaders with their badges.Visit this article
Screentime - how much is too much?
Increasingly children are using screens more and more in their daily lives. As a parent, it can be really tricky to know how much is too much and how to keep children safe on the internet especially as they get older.Visit this article
Tahuna Basketball and Hockey Registration 2022- Final Reminder
Closes Wednesday the 13th at 9am. For details regarding each Sport and to register your child please follow the links below.Visit this article
Tahuna Netball 2022
Key information regarding the upcoming season.Visit this article
Reminders from the Office Team
2022 School Council up and running!
After many tough elections throughout our 18 classrooms the Tahuna 2022 School Council has been formed. Two councillors from each classroom have been elected after bravely giving a speech to their entire classroom.Visit this article
First School Council Mufti Day 2022 - a great success!
Last Friday was the School Council organised the first Mufti Day of 2022.Visit this article
Futsal - Term 1
It hasn't always been plain sailing, but we're nearing the end of our term 1 season and Tahuna has been represented by some great teams, skills and fair play.Visit this article
Performing Arts at Tahuna under Red Alert Level
We are keeping our fingers crossed that we can go ahead with all of our Performing Arts groups in Term 2.Visit this article
How can I help?
Parents and caregivers are often asking how they can help their children at home. In this article, we have highlighted some aspects to support reading at home with your child. Reading plays an important role in all aspects of our life. There are several ideas below that you can support your child with learning, but the key to anything is to ensure it is FUN! Reading doesn’t just have to be out of a novel, language is everywhere.Visit this article
Tahuna students show plenty of Mana and Passion
Term 1 in Rm 16
Thanks to Tristan, Freya, Van, Madi, Haidee and Emily for summarising what has been going on in Rm 16 in Term 1. We are looking forward to creating more articles regularly from Term 2 for you to have an insight on what we are doing in class.Visit this article
Pobble 365 writing fun!
Room 5 have been utilising Pobble 365 to engage us and motivate us for our writing. It begins with a weird, wonderful and/or thought-provoking image to inspire us to write.Visit this article
Problem Solving and Puzzles!
This week in Maths we have been practising our problem solving skills!Visit this article
Fitness & Sports
Everyday, rain or shine......Visit this article
Group Work in Room 11
In Room 11, we have daily opportunities to work with different people in our class.Visit this article
Community Items - Term 2 2022
Local events and opportunitiesVisit this article
Triple P Parenting
This is a fully-funded support for COVID-19 public health initiative to help support whānau, thanks to the Ministry of Health with support from Whāraurau.Visit this article