Weber School Newsletter
8th September 2022 - Week 7
Tena Koutou Katoa Weber Whanau,
It's that time of the term when teachers are carrying out assessments and talking to their students about their learning. The teachers are released to do this so we welcome relievers into classes over the next few weeks. We are so lucky at Weber to have regular and experienced relievers who know our students so well.
At the end of the term we will have parent interviews, parent teacher discussions are an opportunity for whanau, teachers and students to get together and talk about what's on top for them all. They are a key component towards the learning outcomes of our students.
We encourage students to accompany their parents to these discuusions. where possible.
We look forward to seeing you at parent teacher discussions.
Please book a time slot in the link below.
Have a lovely weekend.
13 September - Nutrition Education programme in school
13 September - School Photos
19 September - Postponement for school photos
26/27 September - Parent Interviews
28 Sept - Kahurangi Tour
29 September - Last day of school
30 September - TOD
Wacky hair and wig Wednesday
📸 School Photos 📸
School photos will be held on the 13th of September, please fill out the google form sent out to indicate an interest of the families wanting photos.
L S C building update 🛠️
The LSC building is coming along quickly, fresh paint & new tiles have been done today! Thank you to the contractors and for all their hard work.
Hawkes Bay's Outstanding Junior Rugby Star! 🎇
Recycling items wanted!!!
We are doing wearable arts as a whole school near the end of the term.
Please could we have clean:
Baling twine, silage wrap, newspaper, magazines, bottle caps and lids, bread tags, egg cartons, plastic bottles, chippie and popcorn packets, yogurt pottles, lolly & chewing gum wrappers, ice cream containers.
Old interesting clothing (beautiful fabrics / scraps / felt flowers / buttons and sequins)
Unwanted christmas decorations / tinsel
Unwanted small appliances and utensils
Rope & string
🍏🍎YUMMY APPLE STICKERS 🍏🍎
Please send any Yummy Apple stickers you have been collecting into the office...it's time to start counting them so we can claim some new sports gear. Many thanks, Mrs Lewis.
⚠️ WANTED ⚠️
We would like the following things for our bug hotel please:
- Thick dry bamboo
- Terracotta pipes
- Dry twigs & sticks
- Tree mulch
- Bricks with holes in
- Wood with holes drilled in
- Rotten wood
- Old plastic bottles w grass clipping in it
- 1/2 a bag of pine cones
- Plywood off cuts
- Old terracotta pots
- Palm sized rocks
Also these for our other enviro projects please
- Ice cream Containers
- News Paper
For Homes (NZ) Ltd & For Farms (NZ) Ltd Calendar Competition. 📸
For Homes (NZ) Ltd and For Farms (NZ) Ltd once again are working to put our 2023 calendar together and because this year’s calendar theme “Kids art” was such a hit we’ve decided to involve the kids again for next years calendar.
The theme for 2023 will be “Kids and their pets”.
All photos can be sent through to email@example.com
Please make sure and photos sent through include the child’s first name and name of pet.
Weet Bix Triathlon
Tue, Mar 21, 2023, 08:39 AM
Ongley Park Park Road, West End, Palmerston North, New Zealand
Lego Robotics at Dannevirke Library🤖
LEGO Robotics at Dannevirke Library is starting again !
Children (between 8-12) will be shown how to build robots with lego. The first project will be to make a puppy that can move, bark, and show expressions.
Lego robotics will be every Wednesday during term time – beginning Wednesday 17 August – 3:30pm – 5:00pm.
Please register first as we only have a few lego sets.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 06 374 4255.