Kawerau Pūtauaki School
Newsletter - Friday 28th May 2021
31st May - Half Day - Goal Setting Conferences
31st May - 2nd June - Goal Setting Conferences
Book in your Goal Setting Conference
Click on this link to book in your time to meet with your child's teacher to discuss your child's strengths, achievements and goals.
The Event Code is: 8r3eg
We are very excited to announce that Whaea Wiki Te Pou will be replacing Whaea Li Jong in Nga Pihinga. Whaea Wiki is a very experienced teacher and we are extremely happy that she has agreed to join our team till the end of the year.
Whaea Janice Simeon has also joined the team, settling in to Ngā Puawai this term.
Rangitaiki Year 6 Representative Netball Team
Congratulations To the Rangitaiki Year 6 Representative Netball Team, who won the Tri Series Netball Series for their grade.
The team include 6 of our Kawerau Putauaki Students, Tamsin Kepa, Nevada Osooso, Leigh O'Brien, Pounamu Rangiaho, Teija Richmond and Presley McGarvey.
Both Pounamu & Nevada were named in the Year 6 Tournament Team.
Well done girls!!
Who we are.
KidsCan is Aotearoa New Zealand’s leading charity dedicated to helping Kiwi kids affected by poverty. We help tamariki experiencing hardship by providing food, jackets, shoes and health products to schools and early childhood centres across New Zealand.
We believe education is a child’s ticket out of poverty, and gives them the opportunity for a better future.
With these essentials, kids can participate in learning and have the opportunity for a better future.
Head lice effects everyone, and we have packs available free of charge - all you need to do is come in and ask.
If you can't get to school, send the office a message and a kit can be sent home with your child.
All thanks to KidsCan. Some of our students have also received a warm coat. Sizes available were limited - but we are working on that. Let's see how that goes!!
Next week we will have three teams entering this competition.
Notices should have been taken home today.
We had a great team of runners represent our school this week at the Kawerau Cluster Cross Country race at South School.
Thanks to the whānau who came to support our runners, and congratulations to our runners on their successes, attitude and behaviour on the day.
We will be sending a team through to the EBOP Cross Country next month.