Inglewood Primary School

NEWSLETTER No 28 - 13 September 2018

Our Mission:

Learning to think, to do, to be

Ako ki te whakaaro, ako ki te mahi, ako kia ora ai te mauri

Our Vision: To provide a teaching and learning environment where of those involved: demonstrate respect, expect the best, achieve through opportunity, communicate actively & feel good and safe

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Whakatauki Challenge

A big Thank you to the Nolly family who have responded this week with their ideas regarding the Whakatauki Challenge thus far.


A reminder to get your Whakatauki into the Office for consideration - please share the word with others.

We are extending a challenge to our teams and community to come up with Whakatauki for each of our REACH words / kupu

Junior Team tamariki/children, parents/whanau need to find a whakatauki for Respect.

Middle Team tamariki/children, parents/whanau need to find a whakatauki for Expect

Senior Team tamariki/children, parents/whanau need to find a whakatauki for Achieve

Intermediate tamariki/children, parents/whanau need to find a whakatauki for Communicate.

And everyone to find a whakatauki for Hauora.


Please send all ideas to the office with your child or email karen.patterson@inglewood.school.nz

Maori Language Week

The theme will be 'Kia Kaha te Reo Māori’ following on from the success of last year’s theme ‘Kia Ora te Reo Māori’. ‘Kia Kaha’ is well known in New Zealand English with its correct Māori meaning of ‘be strong’. We often talk about languages as if they are people – talking about language health, strength and revitalisation.

So when we say ‘Kia Kaha te Reo Māori’ we’re saying - ‘Let’s make the Māori language strong'.

“Strength for an endangered language comes from its status, people being aware of how to support revitalisation, people acquiring and using it and from the language having the right words and terms to be used well for any purpose."

Every New Zealander can help strengthen our language. With the date and theme fixed, we’re hoping that more organisations, companies and community groups than ever will plan to take part in Māori Language Week 2018.

Congratulations to our speech finalists

Year 8:

1st Matatuhi Martin, 2nd Pypa Ward, 3rd Blake McNeice

Year 7:

1st Erini Fruean, 2nd Rhianna Chard, 3rd Amber Conrick

Year 6:

1st Capri Peterson, 2nd Nyrelle Ritchie, 3rd Kaitlyn Antill

Year 5:

1st Malia Walker, 2nd Caoimhe Leslie-Ellis, 3rd = Alex Young & Ellah Foreman

Year 4:

1st Tony Huta, 2nd Korban Peterson, 3rd Mckenzie Zame, 4th Lara Antill

Year 3:

1st Charlotte Bennett, 2nd Connor Catlin-Maybury, 3rd Cameron Catlin-Maybury, 4th Beibhinn Leslie-Ellis

Year 2:

1st: Zarnielle Daymond, 2nd: Tayla Zame, 3rd =: Alysha Coates & Tayla Foreman

Year 1:

1st: Emma Smith, 2nd: Rishaan Chetty, 3rd = Kahu Dalliston & James Boyd

Moni's Marvellous Message - Production

A big thank you to Emma Walker and Ellie Hitchcock who have been in this week working alongside teams and Cast - you are super stars.

Thank you to all our helpers who are assisting with costumes, props etc.

If you are keen to assist in some way, with our production, please see the staff where your child is placed within the school and offer you assistance....many hands make light work.

We are aiming to have the show length around 70 mins, but we have booked 90 min time slot to be safe.


We have booked the performance dates and times as follows:

Friday 21 September Dress Rehearsal (Kowhai Cast) (Early Childhoods invited)1100 - 1230

Mon 24 Sept - Final Dress Rehearsal (Rata Cast) (Marinoto Rest Home invited) 1300 - 1430

Tuesday 25 Sept Matinee Show 1100 - 1230 - Kowhai Cast

Tuesday 25 Sept Evening Show 1800 -1930 - Rata Cast

Wednesday 26 Sept Final Performance 1800 -1930 - Kowhai Cast


Tickets are $2.00 per child (IPS students do not pay) $5.00 Adult, $10.00 for a family of two adults and two children. - Tickets will be available at the Office.


Please note: When either Rata or Kowhai Casts are performing ALL children are involved in the Production in various team or class items.

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REACH Goal

Weeks 7-9

Be flexible, adaptable for all learning opportunities and respect all areas and property.

Happy Birthday

to Alysha Coates, Brielle Spick, Rebecca Stiglmayer, Kelsey Williams, Jae Tilby and Miranda Edwin who are celebrating their birthday's this week.

Students of the Week

Bell Building Y7&8

Matatuhi Martin

For his amazing determination and dedication to his speech, and for having the courage to stand up for what is right. You are a great leader Matatuhi.

Our school roll is currently 328.

Junior Team

Please ensure your child is not bringing toys to school unless asked by the classroom teacher. Thank you for your support.

Clear plastic 1.5 litre bottles needed

We are building a shade house and we require, clean, clear 1.5 litre plastic bottles for this project. Please rinse and remove any paper/plastic advertising and send to school.

Absentee Line

When leaving a message it is important for our attendance records that you please leave a reason why your child is away eg; sick, appointment, holiday etc.

Sports Information

Linkhorne Rugby: Our rugby boys and girls are through to the final at Yarrow Stadium next Thursday 20 September. Last week we were convincing winners against Bell Block and Mangorei Schools. Further information to the team will follow will early next week.


Taranaki Cross Country: Permission slips to all students selected have gone home this week. Please check your children's bags and return to school.


Sports Uniforms: Thank You to all the students who have returned netball and hockey uniforms. As these seasons are now completed we would appreciate if sports uniforms for these sports could be returned to the office thanks.

Congratulations

Roche Broadmore for receiving a sportsmanship award for your football team at last weekend's prizegiving.

Yummy Stickers

Please bring your yummy sticker charts completed or not to the school office by Tuesday 18 September. Please carry on continuing collecting stickers for next year.

Term 3 Calendar (This may change on a weekly basis)

Thursday 20 September: Linkhorne Rugby Final - Yarrows Stadium


Friday 21 September: Production Dress Rehearsal


Monday 24 September: Production Dress Rehearsal


Tuesday 25 September: Production Performance 11am & 6pm


Wednesday 26 September: Taranaki Cross Country

Production Performance 6pm


Thursday 27 September: Pita Pit Lunch orders due at the office by 11am


Friday 28 September: Last Day of Term 3

Pita Pit Lunch


Monday 15 October: First Day of Term 4

Community Events

Norfolk School is holding a disco at the Rotary Hall in Inglewood, Friday 21 September. Open to all schools. Year 0-4 5pm to 6.30pm and Years5-8 6.45 to 8.30pm. Door charge $2. Available for purchase on the night - Mini Juice $1, Cans $2, Carnival Drinks $2, Lolly Mix Bag $1, Candy Floss $1, Caramel Popcorn $1, Chocolate Bars $2, Glow Wand $1. Tea and coffee also available. School aged children can be dropped off and MUST be collected at the conclusion.


INGLEWOOD GOLF CLUB COME AND TRY DAY

Sunday 30th September 9.00 -12.00 a.m. 1 hour time slots.

Group coaching with professional golf coach Dominic Barson.

Adults and children welcome. Clubs available. No cost.

JUNIOR COACHING - Commences Wednesday 17th October. Times dependent on numbers starting at 5.15p.m.

Professional coaching every second week.

QUICK 6 - For adults wanting to have a quick hit around. 6 holes. Not competitive. Clubs provided.

Commences Thursday 18th October 9.15a.m. $4 per week or $20 for the 6 weeks scheduled.

For any more information on any of the above contact Chris 0279445121 or 7536312 or

alan.j.wilson@slingshot.co.nz

IPS Clothing

Please click on the link to order directly from our school website or pop into the school office.

https://www.inglewoodprimary.school.nz/shop/