Kawerongo Newsletter 17 2022
Te Rōhutu Whio December 2022
Kia ora e te whānau!
Meri Kirihimete. It was wonderful to see so many of you at our final gathering. Have a wonderful hararei, keep safe and we can't wait for the 2023 school year.
Kia pai te rā. Enjoy your day.
2023 Term Dates
Kia ora e te whānau,
Please see our 2023 dates below:
Term One: Wednesday 1st February - Thursday 6th April
Wednesday 1st and Thursday 2nd February - Kanohi ki te kanohi personalised learning conferences
Friday 3rd February - Normal classes resume
Monday 6th February - Waitangi Day
Term Two: Monday 24th April - Friday 30th June
Tuesday 25th April - Anzac Day
Monday 5th June - King's Birthday
Term Three: Monday 17th July - Friday 22nd September
Term Four: Monday 9th October - Friday 15th December
Monday 23rd October - Labour Day
Friday 17th November - Canterbury Anniversary Day
Teacher only days will be advised once these have been confirmed.
Kanohi ki te kanohi personalised learning conferences
Kia ora e te whānau,
Nau mai, haere mai. We welcome you to your child's personalised learning conferences for Term 1 2023. These will be held on Wenerei 1st and Taite 2nd February 2023. Your child will take an active part in the conference so will need to come along too. With teachers conferencing, it will not be the normal class programme. However there will be a qualified teacher available for instruction if needed.
To make a booking, please follow the link here, or scan the QR code above. All tamariki will remain in the same class for next year unless you have already been contacted.
Stationery for 2023
Please note that we have an option to purchase for returning students, or for new students. If your child is new to Te Rōhutu Whio they will already have some items that they can reuse next year. You can add or delete items to your cart on the My School website.
All tamariki should have a school polo shirt. You can choose from the polar fleece, sweatshirt and jacket for a warm layer. Please do not send tamariki in non uniform tops or hooodies.
You can choose any navy blue clothing for the bottoms eg skirt, shorts, trousers, active wear. Please make sure this is plain navy blue.
Tamariki can wear any shoes that are school appropriate, that your child can take off and put on by themselves. You can choose any colour socks, don't forget that we love bright colourful socks.
We are very excited to let you know that all kura offer free period products for our tamariki. If your child would like to access these we have a form that they can fill out in the office. From here, products will be bagged up and available for pickup on a Friday.
We hope that this enables whānau to access an essential product for their health and
If you have any questions at all please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Friends of Te Rōhutu Whio
Singing Stars Selwyn
Group singing - $11.50 plus GST for 25 minutes
Individual singing - $19.50 plus GST for 25 minutes
Piano lessons - $18.50 plus GST for 20 minutes private tuition
Ukulele lessons - $18.50 for 20 minutes private tuition
Guitar lessons - $18.50 for 20 minutes private tuition
Drum lessons - $18.50 for 20 minutes private tuition
For further information or registration, please contact Jacqui Soper, Singing Stars Selwyn