Rotorua Intermediate 24 August
MANAAKITANGA AWARD RECIPIENTS: WEEK 3, Term 3
Skyliah-J Beattie Pukaki 3
Skyliah consistently demonstrates our 3Rs. She always has a positive attitude for learning, is focused and gives her best effort in everything she does. Skyliah shows respect and kindness to everyone around her and serves as a role model for others. Well done Skyliah. Keep it up!
Jacob Hemara Tunohopu 3
Jacob has shown resilience in and out of the classroom. He puts an incredible effort into his sports, and in particular the weetbix tryathlon, showing perseverance and leadership. Jacob has been making a conscious effort to focus in class and complete his work to a high standard, trying to aim high and embody our school values.
Brooke Barry Te Rangiiwaho 4
Brooke has shown resilience, and drive in both academic and sport settings. She can be depended on to finish whatever she has started; a coveted trait that should be celebrated and fostered further.
Roman Mead Hurungaterangi 1
Roman has really stepped up in Hurungaterangi. He is always looking for ways to help others and kaiako. Roman’s positive attitude is evident each day as he encourages others to be their best selves. We are very lucky to have such an awesome member of our team.
Grace Fraser Te Roro o te Rangi 3
Tēnā koe Grace. Consistently demonstrating our school 3rs in and outside the classroom. Your commitment towards your learning and your determination to be better every time deserves acknowledgement. Koia kei a koe Grace.
Holly Anderson Te Rangiiwaho 1 - Pathways
Holly, you have had a great start to the term. You consistently do your best and manage your time well. You are polite and respectful towards everyone and you are always keen to support other students when they need help. It is a privilege to have you in Minecraft.
MANAAKITANGA AWARD RECIPIENTS: WEEK 4, Term 3
Tame Kohey-Waikawa Pukaki 4
Tame is celebrated for the self-managing he has been showing during lesson time. This is a value he has been working on for some time, and his teacher would like him to know his efforts are noticed. This week, he was the first in his class to hand in a completed artwork. He has been diligent about doing his fitness programme to gather statistical data for his maths assignment, and he was a trooper participating positively in all the activities planned for the WHHS experience.
Jacob Foster Te Rangiiwaho 5
Jacob, you are having an excellent term. You are focusing on your learning better than ever and it is paying off! You are showing resilience everyday and this has helped you when you have been challenged in the classroom. It is great to see you so successful! Keep up the hard work.
Rohan Praveen Tunohopu 4
Rohan is a role model for students in our classroom. He is a polite and caring student who completes his class work to a high level. He assists others with their learning - especially in maths and ICT. Rohan is always well prepared for school and takes an enthusiastic interest in the class programme. He strives to extend himself in his learning.
Keiran Malaquin Hurungaterangi 2
What a terrific role model you are, Kieran. Always respecting others, showing empathy and keen to lend a helping hand. You offer terrific ideas and support your fellow Hurungaterangi peers in so many ways. You take on opportunities and challenges with, not only the things you are interested in and passionate about, but new activities that extend or push your boundaries. This is so important for your peers to see. Thank you so much, Keiran.
Awa Hepi-Mackey Te Roro o Te Rangi 4
Awa shows initiative, lends a helping hand and is able to build relationships with every ākonga in our whānau in the whare. He shows respect towards the kaiako and engages fully in all activities. His knowledge of all aspects of Te Ao Māori is growing and he is able to lead our morning wānanga program which includes karakia, waiata, tauparapara, pepeha and whakapapa. Koia kei a koe Awa!
Maanvi Ram Te Rangiiwaho 2 - Pathways
Maanvi is a very respectful and supportive student who consistently demonstrates our school values! She is always helping others and uses her initiative to take on extra responsibility which is much appreciated in the Culinary Arts kitchen. Maanvi has a positive attitude and approach towards her learning and is a wonderful role model.
High School Open Days
BOP/POVERTY BAY 7s TOURNAMENT 🥇 🥈
Our RIS Girls 7s team placed 2nd today at the tournament, narrowly losing to Tauranga 24-19 in the final.
Our RIS Boys 7s team walked away with the win going through the day unbeaten. They played Tauranga in the Final and won 22-5.
Our kura is very proud of you all! Thank you to Matua Rhys, Whaea Te Aowheoro, Matua Blake, Whaea Polly and Matua George for all of your mahi.
New Zealand Māori U13’s Rugby League Team: Kayden Martin
He was playing for Whakarewarewa U13’s in the National Rugby League tournament and was the only player to be selected for the U13s grade from a Bay of Plenty based team. Given this was his first time playing League it was a pretty cool achievement for him.
FOTS - Friends of the School
School Camp 2022 - Camp Ngaruawahia
Newsletter proudly sponsored by
- Thursday 25 August--------------------------------Tough Guy & Gal
- Thursday 1 September----------------------------- FOS Mufti Day - Gold Coin Donation
- Friday 2 September---------------------------------TEACHER ONLY DAY
- Saturday 3-Friday 9 September------------------ -AIMS Games
- Tuesday 6 September------------------------------ Y6 Orientation @ RIS
- Wednesday 7 September---------------------------Y6 Orientation @ RIS
- Thursday 8 September----------------------------- Y6 Open Evening for Whanau
- Wednesday 14 September------------------------- Whanau Day
- Thursday 15 September--------------------------- RGHS Open Day
RIS School APP
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.