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Newsletter 3 - April 2022

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Tuatara Award week 10

by Tāhunanui School

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Stretch Award week 9

by Tāhunanui School

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Wedding Bells!

by Tāhunanui School

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Muffy Award week 10

by Tāhunanui School

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Matariki Celebration

by Tāhunanui School

Matariki at Nayland performance times for Tuesday 28th June. Our Kapa Haka students are on first at 5pm - Make sure you get there to support!

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Tuatara Award week 8

by Tāhunanui School

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It's Time to Dance!

by Barbara Bowen

Our dance teacher Mark is back this week teaching us some new moves

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Teacher/whanau conferences

by Ian Lambie

On the 14th of April as part of our teacher only day we are going to hold teacher/whanau conferences, we are booking these through the @school app this year - check out the instructions in the file below, or click on the useful booking videos on the app (under the interviews button). Due to weddings (Haku) and illness (Raawaru) your childs class may have an adjusted timetable for term 1 interviews or a different date other than the 14th.

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Term Dates 2022

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Helmet and Wheels Day

by Keryn Donovan

Raising Brain Injury awareness..... Our tamariki had a great day on their wheels and we saw some fantastic helmets. There were bunny ears, flowers, dinosaurs, rainbows and unicorn horns.....all sorts. House Captains said ''It was fun helping the kids'' as they walked around the school handing out prizes for creativity, and helmets being worn correctly. Our kura and tamariki ma raised funds for brain injury awareness, making the day an overall success. Ka pai te mihi tamariki ma, well done everyone!!

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Feast Workshop

by Keryn Donovan

Petipeti takes part in the 'Nourish to Flourish' workshop to ascertain various taste profiles and food preferences for consideration in the upcoming lunch menus.

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Build an Aircraft

by Keryn Donovan

STEM set Rotoiti a challenge...............

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Lunches by Libelle

by Tahunanui School

Please see attached for upcoming lunch menus

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Video: Aotearoa e te toa! Managing your COVID symptoms

Keeping our whānau safe with Omicron

by Keryn Donovan

Keeping our tamariki, whānau and staff safe is always a top priority for our kura. Despite the media, Omicron is not going away and our student and staff absences are higher than usual. Thank you to everyone for staying home when symptomatic and/or you have positive cases in your family. Do let us know if you are unsure and reach out if you need support. See below for some useful contacts and snippets of information. Stay well and Be Kind 🙂

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Guided Inquiry Model

by Barbara Bowen

Inquiry at Tāhunanui School is a student-centered approach that enables our students to experience the process of knowledge creation by exploring, identifying, creating and reflecting on their learning.

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Community Notice Board

by Tāhunanui School

Check out what's happening locally in our community groups, schools, churches, gold coin donation events and fundraising.

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Upcoming events

by Tāhunanui School

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Current Review Policies

by Tāhunanui School

Each term, the school community (board, staff, parents/whānau) is invited to review and comment on specific policies and procedures.

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Learning @home

by Ian Lambie

We are aware that some of you have been asked by the ministry of health to self isolate. If your child is at home and well enough to engage in some online learning please read below.

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