Newsletter Week 4 Term 3

Waipipi School, Monday 16th August 2021, No 25

Our vision: Waipipi Students are successful learners, who communicate

confidently, and interact positively with others.

PhotoLife Class and Portrait Photographs are happening this Wednesday 18th August.

Waipipi School Cross-Country Results

Year 1 Girls

1st Hope Hudson. 2nd Indi Harper 3rd Rehia King

Year 1 Boys

1st Xavier Coman 2nd Felix Oliver 3rd Xavier Hunter-Partridge

Year 2 Girl

1st Zoe Irwin-Parsons 2nd Charlie Taylor 3rd Holly Vanderklip

Year 2 Boys

1st Lewis Guthrie 2nd Ethan Booker 3rd Zac McQuire

Year 3 Girls

1st Jordyn Hatfield 2nd Taylor Richards 3rd Ella Zhong

Year 3 Boys

1st Jaxson Burns 2nd Coel Mair 3rd Olli Shoemark

Year 4 Girls

1st Isabel Taylor 2nd Brooklyn Cassidy 3rd Lexi Linnell

Year 4 Boys

1st Jonathan Oliver 2nd Leo Booker 3rd Derrick Chong

Year 5 Girls

1st Tamryn Hatfield 2nd Tabitha Thomson 3rd Kenzie McCoy

Year 5 Boys

1st Bryn Mair 2nd Wade Hornell 3rd Te Puke Richardson

Year 6 Girls

1st Lily Oliver 2nd Ochre Haitsma 3rd Emmerson Richards

Year 6 Boys

1st Cooper Parker 2nd Samuel Shoemark 3rd Kaiser Smyth

Year 7 Girls

1st Eliyzah Hussein 2nd Xavier Kingi

Year 7 Boys

1st Jarred Cowley

Year 8 Girls

1st Amber Haitsma 2nd Shelby Bell 3rd Taylor Alexander

Year 8 Boys

1st Tristan reid Millar 2nd Corey Hatfield 3rd Shaye Barton

All the best to the students competing at the Group Day Cross Country on Tuesday!

A huge thank you to Vicki Linnell for taking photos of the children running!

Term 3 Dates

Tuesday 17th August Cross-Country Group Day at Awhitu Regional Park.

Tuesday 17th August Board of Trustees Meeting at 7pm

Wednesday 18th August Individual and Class photos

Friday 27th August Year 7-8 Technology

Friday 10th September Year 7-8 Technology

Tuesday 14th September Board of Trustees Meeting at 7pm

Monday 20th - Tuesday 21st September Senior Camp

Friday 1st October Year 7-8 Technology.

School Policies up for review this term.

Waipipi School uses "SchoolDocs" to maintain a comprehensive, up-to-date, set of policies and procedures.

These policies and procedures follow guidelines and legislation ,and best practice, and have been tailored for our school. For more information about SchoolDocs, see

The principal, board of trustees, and members of our school community all have access to SchoolDocs.

If Waipipi parents and caregivers are interested in helping the school board and staff to review policies and procedures- the process to follow is below:

1. Visit the website

2. Enter the username (waipipi) and password (pipi).

3. Follow the link to the relevant policy as listed.

4. Read the policy.

5. Click the Policy Review button at the top right-hand corner of the page.

6. Select the reviewer type "Parent".

7. Enter your name (optional).

8. Submit your ratings and comments.

9. If you don't have internet access, Pam can provide you with printed copies of the policy and a review form.

This term there are two policies up for review:

1 Behaviour Management

2. Concerns and Complaints

Last term's Value and Key Competency Certificate Recipients

School Value for Excellence

Room 1 Penelope Shaw

Room 3 Owen McGee

Room 4 Eliyzah Hussein

Room 5 Noah Hornell

Room 7 Bryn Mair

Room 8 Samuel Shoemark

Room 9 Lewis Guthrie

Key Competency Thinking

Room 1 Isaac Henwood

Room 3 Samantha Goldfinch

Room 4 Tristan Reid-Millar

Room 5 Mason Naysmith

Room 7 Wade Hornell

Room 8 Taitama Moka

Room 9 Maddison Raphael