TNIS Newsletter Week 10, Term 4
Have a safe and happy holiday TNIS Whānau!
Week 1: 02/02 - 05/02
- 2/2 Individual Interview Day (10 mins)
- 3/2 First full day of school
Week 2: 09/02 - 12/02
- 6/2 Waitangi Day (school closed on 8/2)
- 12/2 School Picnic from 5.30 onward
Week 3: 15/02 - 19/02
- 16/02 School Swimming Sports
Term Dates 2021
Mon 2 February - Fri 16 April
Mon 3 May- Fri 9 July
Mon 26 July - Fri 1 October
Mon 18 October - Tues 14 December
Kia ora Parents and Whānau.
A huge thank you to all of the parents and whanau who were able to attend our Prizegiving last Friday. It was a fantastic event and culmination of an outstanding year. We are very proud of the achievements of our learners both in school and the wider community.
Congratulations to all of our Class and School Award Winners - they are listed below.
We wish all of our learners and whanau a safe and happy holiday break. We look forward to our Year 7s returning next year. To all of our Year 8s - Thanks for two great years. All the best for your next learning goals and the future!
Ngā mihi nui,
First Day Learner/ Teacher/ Parent Interviews - 2nd February
The first day of the year will be a ‘get to know you / introduction/interview’. The purpose of these 10-minute sessions is to get to know learners' interests, passions, friends and learning style. This is also an opportunity for parents and learners to share important information that teachers may need to know to make the start of the year successful.
Learners can also ask their teacher about opportunities in the school and how the school works. We believe this is beneficial to all concerned as a face to face meeting supports learner advocacy and learner-voice by fostering the positive building of a learner teacher relationship. A positive relationship is considered number one in the impact on student engagement and success in learning.
Learners may wear mufti to this interview. The first full day of school is Wednesday 3 February commencing at 8.45 am. Learners can go straight to their classroom on this day.
A letter with more detail will be sent to you in late January.
The next opportunity for meeting the teacher will be Friday 12th February at the school picnic.
The first learning conversation of the year will be in late March
Camp Raglan 2021
Camps will be between 15 - 31 March. Approx $235. Please book this in!! Looking forward to seeing you there!
TNIS Prize Giving Winners 2020
North Shore Youth Music Auditions
North Shore Youth Music is a community organisation, which runs a variety of orchestras and choirs for young people. Applications are now being accepted for 2021, and auditions will be held on Wednesday 16th December. See www.nsym.org.nz for an application form.
Stringalongs (5 - 8yrs), Junior Orchestra (9 - 13yrs), Youth Orchestra (14+yrs)
Songsters (5 - 8yrs), Children's Choir (9 - 13yrs), Con Brio Choir (10 - 16yrs), Resound (14+yrs)
See poster below for more details.