Rotorua Intermediate 18 May

2022

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Manaakitanga Awards Week 2 Term 2

Jimmy Yang (Pukaki 1)

Jimmy always shows respect for others. He consistently uses respect and manners with staff and students. He often is quietly helping others with their learning or asking a question on behalf. He takes his responsibilities seriously such as his role as one of our ICT managers in our classroom, helping students and teachers with technical difficulties.


Lazereth Maxwell (Tunohopu 3)

Always putting her hand up to help others, taking on new opportunities, a role model to our whanau, stepping up for our haka waiata, always caring for others and putting them first, respectful to other students and staff.


Dylan Gribble (Te Rangiiwaho)

Dylan Gribble always shows respect for others - staff and students. He is the first to volunteer to help anybody who needs it. He reliably carries out his class responsibilities and goes over and above what is asked of him. He always has a positive attitude and is an asset to our class.


Chloe Drabble (Hurungaterangi 1)

Chloe is a role model for others in all she does. She is always willing to share ideas with others, taking on opportunities to work alongside her peers to help support them. Chloe shows our whanau whakatauki of ‘Iti rearea teitei kahikatea ka taea’, taking small steps to reach bigger goals to not only grow herself but also others.


Madyson Richards-Te Whau (Te Roro o Te Rangi 5)

Her Manaakitanga towards others, towards the kaiako and towards her environment is outstanding. She is developing confidence everyday and is an outstanding role model for our whanau.


Cameron Hossack (Taeotu / Pathways)

Voluntarily supports, and encourages, others students throughout class programmes. Consistently models a high level of respect and manners when engaging with students and adults. Demonstrates a Tuakana/Teina approach with other student’s, who are finding learning challenging.

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GOLF CHAMPIONS

The boys have done it again!



Last Friday Caddy Whaea Mianna took a great group of golfing boys to Te Puke for the BOP & PB Champs (as apart of our Super XI Championships).


Kevin Bang took out Mens Best Gross Score with a 79! Taylor Beazley followed closely and got Runners Up with an 84. And with Kingston Mazwell’s score of 109 they were able to take out the overall best team!


Special mention to the rest of our crew; Wynston, Kingston, Hendrix & Kotua.

Rotorua Central Kāhui Ako Teacher Only Day Friday 3rd June

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PINK SHIRT DAY – FRIDAY 20th MAY ($2 Coin Donation)


Pink Shirt Day is this Friday 20th May. So, be sure to wear your brightest, pinkest shirt/clothes to school on Friday 20th May to show your support! Along with a $2 donation.


Pink Shirt Day is about working together to stop bullying by celebrating diversity and promoting kindness and inclusiveness.
Why prevent bullying:
• Many studies show that students who are bullied are more likely to experience mental health issues, such as depression, anxiety and suicidal thoughts.
• This can impact on their learning, relationships and ability to feel good about who they are.
• Bullying harms the person being bullied, the person doing the bullying and can also harm those who witness it.
• Students who bully others, or are bullied (or both), are more likely to skip classes, drop out of school, and perform worse academically than schoolmates who have no conflict with their peers.

By supporting Pink Shirt Day we are taking a stand against bullying. The funds raised go to the Mental Health Foundation and help provide counselling to at risk youth.

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WEET-BIX KIDS TRYATHLON – WEDNESDAY 31st MAY

We are so excited that our kura will be part of the Weet-Bix challenge on Tuesday 31st May. This will be a cross-country style event that includes an inflatable obstacle course, cargo nets etc. Each student will be rewarded with some goodies and a breakfast at the completion of the event. The event will start at 9.00am and be finished by lunchtime.


This is a free event for our whole school to take part in, we would like to see everyone attend.

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FOTS - Friends of the School

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School Camp 2022 - Camp Ngaruawahia

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Science Roadshow

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Newsletter proudly sponsered by

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  • Thursday 19 May-------------------------------------Te Roro o te Rangi Whanau Hangi FR
  • Friday 20 May------------------------------------------Pink Shirt Day
  • Friday 20 May------------------------------------------BOP Rock Climbing
  • Thursday 26 May--------------------------------------Manawahe Multisport
  • Tuesday 31 May---------------------------------------Weetbix Challenge
  • Thursday 2 June---------------------------------------PB/BOP Squash
  • Friday 3 June-------------------------------------------Invitational Basketball Tournament
  • Friday 3 June-------------------------------------------Kahui AKO - Teacher Only Day
  • Monday 6 June-----------------------------------------Queens Birthday - Holiday
  • Wednesday 8 June------------------------------------ ePro 8 Challenge
  • Thursday 9 June---------------------------------------ePro 8 Challenge
  • Friday 10 June------------------------------------------PB/BOP Mountain Biking
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RIS School APP

RIS School App has been updated, please use the link below to download the app again or for some it may be the first time.



http://rotoruaintermediate.apps.school.nz/install/


Thank you

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EDUCA - Learning Platform for Sharing Work.

Educa is a learning platform that allows students to share their learning and progress with whanau as well as whanau being able to respond with comment.


Term 1 Pathway Reports will be sent via your child's Educa Profile. The Pathway team would like to celebrate with you, the learning and assessment over the previous term in their Pathway programme.


You would have previously received a few emails from Educa inviting you to activate your account. Please activate your account by clicking on the link provided.


If you have not received an email from Educa please contact the school office.


We encourage you to take this opportunity to be part of your child's day to day learning.


You can receive, learning stories, reports, updates and notices via email or download the app to your phone.


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