TNIS Panui Wiki 5, Wā Kura 1 2022
Te Kura Waenga Whakangungu O Takapuna
30/03 - EOTC: Mānuka Team, Lake Pupuke and in-school
31/03 - EOTC: Mānuka Team, Lake Pupuke and in-school
01/04 - EOTC: Kōwhai Team, Lake Pupuke and in-school
04/04 - EOTC: Kōwhai Team, Lake Pupuke and in-school
04/04 - EOTC: Mānuka Team, Surfiing
05/04 - EOTC: Rātā Team, Lake Pupuke and in-school
05/04 - EOTC: Kōwhai Team, Surfiing
06/04 - EOTC: Rāta Team, Lake Pupuke and in-school
06/04 - EOTC: RimuTeam, Surfiing
07/04 - EOTC: Rimu Team, Lake Pupuke and in-school
07/04 - EOTC: Tōrtara Team, Surfiing
08/04 - EOTC: Rimu Team, Lake Pupuke and in-school
08/04 - EOTC: Rātā Team, Surfiing
11/04 - EOTC: Tōtara Team, Lake Pupuke and in-school
12/04 - EOTC: Tōtara Team, Lake Pupuke and in-school
Term Dates 2022
Tuesday 1 Feb- Thursday 14 April
Monday 2 May - Friday 8 July
Monday 25 July - Friday 30 September
Monday 17 October - Thursday 15 December
Teacher Only Days
- Friday 3 June
- Monday 29 August
- Tuesday 30 August
Kia ora e te whānau,
It has been fantastic to see our learners settled into classroom routines and enjoying the company of their friends over the past few weeks. Kaiako (teachers) across all learning teams have been impressed and encouraged by the resilience, positive attitude and engagement of our learners. We know that much of this is the result of your encouragement at home and TNIS staff are so grateful for your support.
Our kaiako are working hard to run hybrid learning programmes, concurrently teaching both online and face-to-face in their classrooms. This has certainly added to the complexity of their daily programme and I would like to acknowledge and thank them for their commitment to the education and wellbeing of our tamariki.
At the Red Protection Framework setting, our extra-curricular programme is waiting in the wings but please be assured that it is well-planned and all activities are ready to launch as soon as it is safe for us to do so.
I am delighted to announce the appointment of our ten new School Leaders. They are already busy scripting and presenting assemblies and devising ways to enhance the culture in our school. Please watch our assembly next week where they will be introducing themselves.
Kōwhai: Zara Hayward and Ejaz (EJ) Adam
Mānuka: Carter Howarth and Torr Beaman
Rāta: Marcus Liu and Bruno Wunsche dos Santos
Rimu: Joseph Lee and Harry Smith
Tōtara: Grace Cameron and Matteo Fossi
Left to right: Matteo, Grace, Zara, EJ, Torr, Carter, Harry, Joseph, Bruno, Marcus
The safety and wellbeing of our tamariki and wider TNIS community is a top priority. We are following all of the Ministry guidance we are given to mitigate the transmission of Covid 19. The main means of mitigation is the continued and consistent use of masks in our school. Thank you for ensuring that your children have their masks and for encouraging them to wear them properly and safely.
Finally, on behalf of our staff, I would like to thank our Board of Trustees for their dedication and thorough process in appointing our new principal Zane Wilson. We are excited about welcoming him to Te Kura Waenga Whakangungu O Takapuna and starting our mahi with him in Term 2.
Action - Take risks to try new things.
Mahi Tahi - working together to make TNIS the place we want it to be.
Spotlight on our Specialist Programme - Music
Spotlight On Our Specialist Programme - Music
Assembly Week 5 - including the announcement of our Sports Leaders
Assembly Week 4
SCHOOL NEWS AND INFORMATION
TNIS Wellbeing Parent Portal
Boostrix and HPV Immunisartons
Parent and Learner Information
Itinerant Music Lessons
2021 ICAS Results and Certificates - UPDATE
The certificates and login details for the Science and Maths assessments HAVE ARRIVED. They are being kept at the school office for collection until the end of Term 1. Any certificates that are unclaimed will be destroyed after that.
Any queries about the Science and Mathematics results must be made directly to ICAS.
Phone: 0800 440 904
We’re a TaxGift school: TaxGift grows your donation!
We’re excited to announce a new partnership between Kindo and TaxGift, which you’ll see when
you donate to us next year.
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Hearts and Minds - Parenting Tweens & Teens Through Stress & Anxiety
Hearts and Minds warmly invites you to join their upcoming Zoom group for Parents of Tweens and Teens (aged 11-18).
For full details please refer to the flyer below.
Dates: Thursdays (4 sessions) March - 10, 17, 24, 31
Venue: Online (Zoom)
Cost: Free (no referral required). Note: For parents residing in Auckland and
North Shore area.
Facilitator: Tillie Lima (Bachelor of Counselling, Diploma in Business & Counselling)
To register or for more information please reply to: firstname.lastname@example.org