Newsletter Week 2 Term 4
Titahi Bay Intermediate School 25th October 2022
- Labour Day - Monday 24th October 2022 (No School)
- NZ Shakeout Day - Thursday 27th October 9.30 a.m.
- Intermediates Poly Fest - Friday 28th October at Masterton
- St Johns Weaving Wellbeing Workshops - Thursday 28th/29th October
I have included our What's On for Term 4 with a range of school, sporting and community events scheduled so ensure that you keep this handy so that you know what is coming up.
Over the holiday break Rooms 1, 2 and 3 had new double glazed windows installed which has definitely made a difference to the amount of road noise that comes in. We are still awaiting the installation of the side benches which cover the heating pipes that run along these windows. There are still a few more minor building works to be completed, so we look forward to this.
100% Attendance for Term 3 2022
Congratulations to the following students for achieving 100% attendance for Term 3. With all the bugs going around these students have managed to attend everyday of the term.
Andvari Marsters-Kirk, Samuela Radravu, Sariah Laavasa, Milan Rabson, Caitlin Macleod, Alisha Thepsurin, Isaac Williamson and Giovanni Hura Robinson.
End of Term Certificate Recipients
Harmony Isa'ako,Jakob Moore, Kodak Bennett, Maya Phillips, Jahvarna Heta, Kyle Tavai-Marshall, Nevaeh Thompson,, Saxon Addy-Andrews, Porourangi Haenga-Sutton, Bronson Kelleher, Destiney Wawatai-Ngaau,Giovanni Robinson Hura, Jordan-Tailor Climie Heke, Joseph Ammunson, Elora Forgeson, Brandon McRoy, Tekau Whata Matenga, Lorelei Lindsay, Salem Edmonds, Mereana Morrison,. Jacob Tupene-O'Donnell, Hayden Mahoney,
Girls Self Defence Course
Friendship Force - San Francisco Manuhiri
Te Ara Puawai - Afterschool Tutoring
New Zealand Shakeout Day
With this, can you please ensure that if you have moved addresses or changed contact numbers then please let the office know.
St Johns Weaving Wellibeing
Workshops will be delivered every Thursday and Friday to each class. This is a another great opportunity our students to build up their confidence and have positive strategies to manage themselves as they continue on their life journey.
Paper Plus - North City
School App and Website
MANA WAHINE – WOMEN IN CONSTRUCTION CAREER SEEKER EXPO
We all know the construction sector is facing unprecedented demand and there's a widespread shortage of skilled tāngata. If we're to have any chance of meeting demand, businesses need to look beyond the usual 'go-to' groups when recruiting.
There are few women in trades roles in construction, and we're encouraging change.
This event is on Thursday, 27 October 2022 at the Wharewaka Function Centre in the Te Puni Room, Wellington City
Nibbles will start at 5:00 pm for a 5:30 pm event start.
We anticipate wrapping up the event around 7:00-7:30 pm with a chance for people to mingle.
To register for this event please contact Le Fale job and skills hub at email@example.com
Please note, we have a bus in Porirua City to transport to and back from this event, however there are limited spaces. Please see the attached flyer to secure your spot on the bus transfer.