Titirangi Primary School News
Monday, March 31, 2014
From The Principal's Desk
If there's a founding principle underlying our school vision, it is grounded in offering opportunities to rise to a challenge and strive to achieve new things.
Seeing the positive, mutually supportive sense of community that was evident at Camp Adair with the Year 6's last week was a perfect example of this. The students were energised by the experience, and excited to share stories of their many challenges and successes. For the younger children, our Junior School Fun Run was also an event characterised by fantastically positive attitudes, resilience and a sense of determination.
It's always hugely rewarding to see the children approach new experiences with such enthusiasm, but I am also always tremendously impressed by the level of encouragement that our students offer to each other. The willingness to rise to a challenge with the support and encouragement that our students consistently show is a measure of success that I believe any learning community can be justifiably proud of.
Looking ahead, we also have further challenges to look forward to this week during the Senior School Fun Run and Year 5's trip to Brikenhead Leisure Centre, which are sure to provide further opportunities to see our school values in action.
Ka kite anō au i a koutou
Junior Fun Run
- Tues, 01 April: School Fun Run at Crum Park for Years 4-6. 9.00 - 12.30. Spectators welcome!
- Wed, 02 April: Year 5 EOTC at Birkenhead Leisure Centre
- Thurs, 03 April: Year 5 EOTC at Birkenhead Leisure Centre
- Fri, 04 April: Rain date for Senior School Fun Run. (At school)
- Scholastic Book Club order cut off for Issue 2
- Thurs, 17 April: PTA Movie Night
MEET OUR NEW TRAVELWISE STUDENT LEADERS
Coaches Needed: We are in need of rugby coaches to coach our students during lunch times in preparation for the Interschool rugby tournament. Coaching sessions will need to start as soon as possible. If you are able to coach please contact Stephanie Easley email@example.com
Screens Donation: Thank you to Cathy Tyler for organising a donation of 2 handy media display screens thanks to a refurbishment at Auckland University School of Business. The school office is looking a little more high tech than usual as a result!
ENTERTAINMENT BOOKS ARE COMING!
The Entertainment Book will be sent home with your eldest child tomorrow. As a VIP member of their group, we are allowed to take the books home to have a look at all the vouchers and options for saving money. If you do not wish to purchase the book, simply return to the school office. These books soon pay for themselves with plenty more bargains to boot. Take a few minutes to have a look.
Well Done To Our TPS Merit Award Winners!
Point Chevalier Community Centre, 18 Huia Rd, Pt Chevalier, is holding an Easter Kids Only Market on Saturday 12th April from 9am to 1pm. At this market, all of the stallholders are children and youths. They will be selling crafts, games, toys, books, baking, clothing, sports gear and much, much more. Stalls are available for $5 each and can be booked on 09 846 1094 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Support the kids by booking a stall or by coming along to the market as a customer.
TITIRANGI PRIMARY SKATEBOARD HOLIDAY PROGRAMME
Wednesday 30th April from 9-3. $60 for 1 day for year 3 to 6. Maximum 30 children so get in quick! First paid, first in! to be held on the Titirangi Primary School courts. * This will be run by the same team that are taking our in-school and after-school programmes. They will cater for all skill levels and are going to bring some extra equipment for the children that are further ahead with their skills. Contact Rebecca Blanch on email@example.com or 8171025 or 02102389103 for payment details and to secure your spot.