Newsletter - Term 4 Week 7
Friday, 3rd December 2021
Looking around the school over the past few weeks the kids have been amazing. Term 4 has never been so settled which is a testament to our staff, children and the processes we have within the school. From time to time we deal with minor issues which is normal. We have worked really hard changing our school culture over the past 3 years and we are certainly noticing the positive changes. Keep up the great work everyone!
With two weeks to go school is very busy at the moment. Over the next few days your child's class teacher will be in contact with you via seesaw to let you know of any end of year activities that may be taking place.
We will be sending the end of year reports home on Monday, 13 December. The reports will be in the same format as the mid year reports that were sent home earlier this year.
Positive Behaviour Tau Cards - Week 7
It's that time of the year again when all the school library books are being recalled for the end of year stocktake. If your child has any school books at home then please return them to school as soon as possible to avoid any lost book charges ($20 per book), being added to your school account.
Thank you very much.
Could School Accounts please be paid before the end of the school year.
We are changing to a new management system next year so it would be great to get the accounts tidied up in 2021.
LUNCH NEXT WEDNESDAY
Spaghetti or Corn Buns - $3 each
Ice Blocks - $1.00
available to purchase Wednesday 8th December
Room 9 this term have had a busy term and are trying to get everything finished off before the end of the year.
This term we have trialled a new timetable and from feedback from the students, they have enjoyed not having everything the same each day.
We have had curriculum tasters where we have worked with a different teacher learning different skills in technology and following instructions, problem-solving and coding.
In Room 9 this term we have looked at forces in science and based it around kites, we have been learning French and some students have started to try other languages themselves. We have looked at Graffiti Art and planning and developing to our end piece, we are starting to look at developing our ideas. This term students have been reading different novels in their groups. We have also been developing our skills in figurative language for writing. For P.E. we have been developing skills in bowling, fielding and batting with cricket.
The students have done well to get finished before the end of the term. Here are a few of the finished art projects the kids have completed this term.
TOUCH DRAW - 6th DECEMBER
A BIG thank you to all parents and kids that gave up their time to take teams. Without your help we would not be able to field so many teams.
Invercargill Host Lions Club Magic Show
Today the World is a Very Different Place
You would normally come to Us -
Instead this year, we're bringing the Magic Show to Your House.
5 Great Magical Acts
45 minutes of Magical Fun for the Family
Fully Live and Interactive Zoom Performance
Join in to see Magic like you've never seen before.
Turn on Your Camera!
Bring a Deck of Cards!
Have a chance to be Part of the Magic!
Tune in 10 minutes early to enjoy Pre-Show entertainment.
Click the Link Below to Enter the Invercargill Host Lions Magic Show!
Sunday 5 December - 7:00pm
Meeting ID: 983 4476 3324