BOT Newsletter Term 2 2017

Hi all, Welcome back to Term 2. The purpose of this newsletter is to provide you with an update on the progress we are making with the new classrooms and provide some context to the alleged overcrowding of Havelock North schools and the need for a new school in the Havelock North area. In October … Read more…

Dance Teams Excel

Congratulations to our three dance teams who competed at the Hawke’s Bay Dance festival yesterday. There were 40 teams entered in the Primary School division with HNPS winning two of the three awards up for grabs. What a brilliant effort! A special thank you to Ms Washington and Mrs Madden for their creative work with these groups … Read more…

EPRO 8

Well done to Charlie, Ronan, Ruby and Charlotte who gained second place at the Hawke’s Bay regional EPRO 8 Championships recently. HNPS are very proud of you all!

Thank you Hawke’s Bay Nissan!

Rachel Campbell from Hawke’s Bay Nissan presents one of another set of five new Chrome Books to Greer and Lucas from Room 8. This was  part of a promotion Hawke’s Bay Nissan were running where the school benefitted from families purchasing vehicles. A huge thank you to Rachel, Hawke’s Bay Nissan and these families whose … Read more…

ANZAC Parade

A big thanks to Gus, Millie and Harriet who laid the ANZAC Day wreath on behalf of HNPS at the Havelock North Cenotaph. Thank you all for your service to the school. A special thank you to Millie who filled in at late notice.

Mark Osborne Presentation

Thanks to those of you who were able to attend Mark Osborne’s presentation last week. Mark has forwarded a copy of his presentation.   https://drive.google.com/file/d/1C9G4yZXTspzXY6zAU3D_GCuKjvptLt3TdLsYEFOU68_q7rRzuEE25m235LFNQTcq0LvtGY0LNOgWDcQx/view

Learning through Play

The New Zealand Curriculum vision is to support young people to become creative, energetic and enterprising; confident, connected, actively involved and life-long learners. These key skills have been identified as features of adults successful and thriving within the modern workplace. Ongoing research identifies the best way children can develop these skills and sustain them into … Read more…