Dear Parents / Caregivers,

Our last newsletter for the term will be next Thursday.  There are a few aspects to be aware of before the end of the term.


We currently have building and plumbing work on the top court.  With the weather also looking a bit iffy for Friday we will have our wheelie fun Friday for the NE – Y2 children next term.


We will be having our term two learning conferences on Wednesday 1st July and Thursday 2nd July.  The learning conferences will focus on how your child has settled back into learning at school, any aspects from your home learning experience you would like to share or areas for your child to focus on, as well as the progress teachers have seen throughout the term and an aspect of learning that your child will share with you.  The learning conferences are 15 minutes in length.

The learning conference timeframes are:

  • Wednesday 1st July, 1.15 – 6.00pm
    • School will close at 1.00pm on Wednesday 1st July
  • Thursday 2nd July, 3.30 – 7.30pm.

To book a time please complete the following:

Online bookings open today and will close on Monday 29th June.  If you do not have access to a computer to book online please contact Michele in the office (ph 332-6121 ext 701) to make an appointment for you.


  • A Crèche will run in ToeToe / Rms 1 and 2. The Crèche is for young siblings you do not wish to take to the conferences.


The basketball and netball hoops on the top court are being put in this week and next.  Thanks to Bryce for getting these in for us.  We think the netball / basketball hoops will be available next week and the two half court hoops opening up next Friday.  We look forward to getting on to these courts.  Feel free to come and use the courts during the holiday break.

A few maintenance / remedial works (you may have noticed some blocks missing from the top of the new seating area) and the front fence were to be completed by the Ministry of Education during the term one break.  With all of NZ moving to Alert Level 4 this work was not completed.  We have recently had confirmation that this work will be carried out during the term two break.

The front fence will sit inside the current fence line going around the garden to meet the hall while on the office side, join up to the fencing across the driveway.  Thanks to the Whānau Group who will be installing suitable gating at the Waharoa.

Thanks for your ongoing support,