2021 ANZAC Service at the Cenotaph. A big thank you to Cultural Leaders Kenzie, Sophia, Greer, Tallulah and Allegra for laying the wreath on our behalf and also to Mrs Cameron for doing a great job of coordinating this very special occasion. Great job team!
As many of you are aware, at the end of last year several points around Havelock North were identified as old dump sites, with the northern area of (cricket net site) Havelock North Primary School bering one of them. After extensive testing, a very small area to the left of the cricket nets was identified … Read more…
https://sportnz.org.nz/resources/balance-is-better-philosophy/#:~:text=Balance%20is%20Better%20is%20an%20evidence-based%20approach.%20The,team%20or%20group%2C%20and%20enjoy%20time%20with%20friends. The above link will give you the deeper understanding of the recommended approach that schools should take with sport. We hope you find it useful.
Art specialist teacher Melanie Shennan, Emma, Henry and Holly showing off their amazing Pottery. Great job everyone. Thank you also to Iona College for letting us use their kiln.
Well done to our chess players who took part in the Flaxmere Chess Tournament on Friday. A special well done to Dario Rotondo and Aries Bellamy who took out 2nd and 3rd place respectively. Thank you to Mr Bain for coordinating this event and the wonderful adults who helped out with transport and supervision
The Te Rito (Year 3 & 4) team visited Houngarea Marae for what was a valuable cultural experience. We were well supported by a wonderful group of teachers and parents. Well done to Mrs Field, who along with Whaea Robin, performed the Karanga. A special thank you to Rangitira James Kenrick, Ally Ferris and the Houngarea … Read more…
Dear Families, Just reminding you all that Tuesday after Easter (6th April) is a holiday for all NZ Schools. School is open again for students on Wednesday 7th April. Thank you.
School is closed on Friday 19th March for Teacher professional development. Thank you.