TE KURA O HUATOKI. WEEK 1 TERM 3 2019
SCHOOL GOAL: TO ACHIEVE!
WHY: Coming to school is more than eating your lunch, we want you to ahieve in all you do!
Achieving success for your personal goals is very rewarding!
Achieving goals makes you a more successful and well rounded person
SIGNS OF SUCCESS:
* You can keep on task in class – group and indepdently. You finish set tasks
You can show progress and are achieving your personal goals
You work is quality – every piece you do is the BEST you can do!
You enjoy learning and want to achieve more!
KIA ORA WHANAU, FROM MR O
We have a lot of exciting programmes and adventures planned for the next 10 weeks of term 3. The Inquiry topics that each syndicate are studying this term are:
Juniors - Fur, feather, scales + STEM + Rugby World Cup
Middles - Countries of the world (tied in the with the Rugby World Cup)
Seniors - Build a Business + Speeches
We will also have a focus on fitness and exercise over the next 5 weeks as we build up our stamina for Cross Country. Our focus for each child at VS is to give their best - building resilience and a 'growth mindset' with Cross Country races - see our school goal. It is great to see each Vogeltowner giving 100% - whether they are running or walking quickly!
You will also notice some changes in property at the junior and senior school. At the junior school we have a new 'High Dependency Unit' opened in the old dental clinic behind rm 1. At the senior school we have finally broken ground for the new classroom that should be arriving in the next 3 weeks. This is a very special time for a school - it is not every day that we get to welcome a new room! Have a look below at the concept plans and photos of it being out together in Tauranga before it is transported down on three trucks.
VOGELTOWN SCHOOL RULES!
Centre City have invited our school to be part of a competition they are running during August. The posters below outline how to support our school. We will take your receipts in for you if you drop them off to Mr G at the Senior School. Go Vogeltown!
CLASS REPS FOR TERM 3 and 4 2019
Rm 8 - Kyla Shotter-Eruiti and Cordell Mackay
Rm 10 - Kaylee Rutherford, Connor Cowan
Rm 12 - Summer Rain Smith and Lleyton Goodin
Rm 14 - Macy Darth and Kelly Andrews
Ka Rawe team - well done!
REPORTING TO WHANAU - LEARNING CONFERENCES
NOTE: Room 4 (Miss King) and Rm 13 (Mr Stirling) will have their learning conferences in term 4. We will let you know the day and time in the last 2 weeks of this term.
On each of these days, to fit in all learning conferences, we will be closing the school at 2pm on Wednesday 21 and Thursday 22 August. Please make alternative arrangements for your child on these days.
To book in for a learning conference, please use this website and these codes for the different days:
The booking website will open Monday, 29 July, and will close Friday, 23 August at 12:00 AM.
- Go to parentinterviews.co.nz, enter the event code and click Go.
- Enter your name, email address and the names of the students you wish to make bookings for.
- Select the teachers you'd like to book by ticking the checkbox beside their name, and then click the Book Interviews button at the bottom of the page.
- Using the timetable, click the Book button beside the time slot you'd like to book for the teacher. You'll be asked to confirm your booking.
- Continue until you've booked all teachers.
The codes for each day are:
* Wednesday 21 August (2pm - 7.30pm) 9WQMK9NG
* Thursday 22 August (2pm - 5.30pm) Y6FUNL2L
SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIR
In week 5 we will have the Scholastics book fair here at Vogeltown. These nights coincide nicely with our Learning Conference nights, so if you are around during the day and night waiting for a conference, come in to the library and have a look. The dates and times are:
Wednesday 21 August 9am - 6pm
Thursday 22 August 1pm - 6 pm
Friday 8.30am - 11.00am
Benji Darth, Shaykahn Tito, Kieran Campbell, Emelia Gooch, Henry Salt, Noah Schoeman, Wairua Rangiwai, Lewis Zimmerman, Ameliah Jones, Aria Baker, Willow Wiringi, Jai Hikaka, Izzie O'Keefe, Oliver Rawhiti, Savannah Coombe, Taylor Davies, Karmin Du Plesis, Thomas Kehely, Ruby Smith, Jacob Robinson, Harper Tyrrell, Lienke Du Plesis, Stirling Humphries, Jackson McCormack, Kaleci Fraser, Toby Hunter, Max Dano, Cole Fox.
Tu Meke whanau! Awesome 'achievement'!
VOGELTOWN SCHOOL CALENDAR 2019
TERM CALENDAR – Put all these dates in your diary or your phone!
Remember to check the school calendar on our website. We will put all updates on facebook &
the website. Link to school calendar: http://www.vogeltown.school.nz/calendar/
26 July - Rm 10 Whole School Assembly
2 August - LEAD Conference (Class Reps)
2 August - Four Year Old Friday
5 August - Home and School whanau meeting 7pm.
8 August - Highlands Parent Evening 6.30pm.
19 - 23 August - Book Fair in the Library
21 August - Learning Conferences (night 1) 2pm - 7.30pm
21 August - VS Cross Country
22 August - Learning Conferences (night 2) 2pm - 5.30pm
30 August - Black and Yellow dress up day (Daffidol day)
2 September - School Photos!
19 September - School Disco night. (Juniors 5.30 - 6.15pm, Middles and Seniors 6.30 - 7.30pm
23 - 25 September - Talent Quest Heats
26 September - Talent Quest Finals
Remember if you have any issues you wish to discuss, please come in and see me or contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org
On behalf of the Vogeltown team,
Ka kite ano
Jeremy Ogle - Principal
Huatoki Crop Swap
Huatoki Crop Swap is held at the Huatoki Tennis Clubrooms on the second and fourth Sunday of every month, 3-4pm, gold coin Koha for the Tennis Club
What is a Crop Swap?
A Crop swap is a get together for backyard gardeners to swap and share their garden and kitchen surplus in a spirit of generosity and fairness, to connect with like minded people and to forster local food production in our kitchens and backyards. to find out more about how Crop Swap works, watch the short film on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NtVnaN2Yw0Y
What can I bring to Crop Swap?
Vegetables, seedlings, seeds, cuttings, fruits, herbs, flowers, plants, preserves, ham, garden tools
hay, rope, bamboo sticks, eggs, kombucha, crafts, liquid fertiliser, chicken manure, gardening and cooking magazines, planting pots, baking, home made soap......
Naki Skate Skills
Naki Skate Skills Learn to Skate Group Classes recommences Saturday 3rd August, 2019
These run 9.30 – 10.30am at the East End Reserve Skating Arena.
$3 per skater ($2 extra for Hire skates). No bookings required.
Doors open by 9.15am. Please arrive early to ensure ready to start at 9.30am.
Naki Skate Skills is run in a group situation to introduce children to the enjoyment of Roller Skating. Various basic skating skills are taught sometimes using games to give children confidence in skating. All coaches volunteer their time to assist skills development.
For further information Contact Sheryll or Val Ph 7586233