Kawerau Pūtauaki School

Newsletter -Friday 2nd July 2021

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Here are the results from today's Spelling Bee

Spelling Bee Results 2020


Year 6


1st = - Harlym Durham (Kakariki), Olivia Haldane (Kikorangi)

3rd - Abby Apihai (Whero)

4th - Teija Richmond (Kowhai)


Year 5


1st - Arya Brown (Kowhai)

2nd - Sam Maka (Whero)

3rd = - Hohepa Merito (Kikorangi), Levi Sedgeman (Kakariki)


Year 4


1st = - Kymera Anderson-Smith (Whero), Leah Temple (Kowhai)

3rd - Dani Tarei (Kakariki)

4th - Honey Morunga Hauraki (Kikorangi)


Year 3


1st - Noah Beltran (Kowhai)

2nd - Aurelia Mustoe (Kakariki)

3rd - Harerangi Niao-Monika (Whero)

4th - Steven Kim (Kikorangi)


House results


1st - Kowhai

2nd - Whero

3rd - Kakariki

4th - Kikorangi


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Wiki Tuawaru

Kua kaha te taha Rumaki ki te whakanui i tō tātou reo rangatira ia wiki. Hei whakamana i ngā tamariki e kōrerotia i te reo ia rā. Tētahi taonga mo te taha tuakana me tētahi taonga mo te taha teina.

Ko ēnei ngā tamariki i whiwhi i ngā taonga nei e pā ana ki te Reo-ā-waha.

Ko Arihia Te Rire i whiwhi i te taonga mo te taha tuakana.

Ko Te Aramoana Huriwaka i whiwhi i te taonga mo te taha teina.

The Rumaki have acknowledgement trophies for the children who try really hard to speak māori all day everyday. Every week the trophies will be distributed to a senior student and a junior student. The trophies will remain at school but their certificates will go home with them. Arihia Te Rire received the senior Reo-ā-waha for this week and Te Aramoana Huriwaka for the juniors.

Nā māua ko Whaea Karamea

KŌREROTIA, AROHATIA, WHAKAMANA I TŌ TĀTOU REO!!!

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Wiki Tuaiwa

Kua kaha te taha Rumaki ki te whakanui i tō tātou reo rangatira ia wiki. Hei whakamana i ngā tamariki e kōrerotia i te reo ia rā. Tētahi taonga mo te taha tuakana me tētahi taonga mo te taha teina.

Ko ēnei ngā tamariki i whiwhi i ngā taonga nei e pā ana ki te Reo-ā-waha.

Ko Shaylana Boylan i whiwhi i te taonga mo te taha tuakana.

Ko Matuakore Tapara Chase i whiwhi i te taonga mo te taha teina.

The Rumaki have acknowledgement trophies for the children who try really hard to speak māori all day everyday. Every week the trophies will be distributed to a senior student and a junior student. The trophies will remain at school but their certificates will go home with them. Shaylana Boylan received the senior Reo-ā-waha for this week and Matuakore Tapara-Chase for the juniors.

Nā māua ko Whaea Karamea

KŌREROTIA, AROHATIA, WHAKAMANA I TŌ TĀTOU REO!!!


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Support our students this weekend

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Congratulations to the Kawerau JAB Under 9s Team who will play their FINALS this Saturday against Paroa.

Both Teams came out top of their grade. Big Shout out to our Kawerau Putauaki students in the team, Kaihautu, Crusade, Keira, Levi, Quintin, Te Puru and Maddox.

Whānau, Go and Support our kids and watch their finals on Saturday 3rd July at Rugby Park Whakatane at 8.30am.

After that, head over to Netball, Cutler Cres, to watch our Kawerau Totara Team in the Year 5-6 7v7 Competitive Grade FINALS at 10.30am.


Lets Support our Kawerau Kids!!

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Update on our Kawerau Pūtauaki Basketball Team

Good game yesterday for our Kawerau Pūtauaki Year 5-6 team just missing out on play off for 1st place next week.

It was a close Semi Final game against Whakatane SDA. Both Teams evenly matched however it came down to the execution of goals with SDA winning 5-4.

Kawerau Pūtauaki Team will play off for 3&4 next week. Well done team. Very Proud.

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The year 6 teachers are pleased to inform whānau that we have planned a year 6 camp in term four this year.

We have been ‘pencil booked’ activities and accommodation however, we need whānau support for this camp in order to make it happen. Your support starts by attending a whānau hui at 4.30pm next Wednesday 7th July. We will discuss information regarding planned activities, travel, accommodation, costs and fundraising.
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We were overwhelmed by the support shown on Grandparent's Day by the number of whānau who came to share the day with our students.