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Ben Thirkell-White
· March 27, 2018
Deputy principle Anna always tells the children that it is 'the best school in the world'.....and she may very well be right.
Chris Lipscombe
· March 3, 2017
I love the way this school offers instruction in te reo and Mandarin to every student. Language learning activates the brain, enriches our culture, and makes us better citizens of the world.
Sarah Jane Teurakura Parton
· May 18, 2017
Ka rawe tēnei kura! Kia ora ki a Sue rātou ngā kaiako o Te Aro mā tā koutou mahi pakeke.
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Just a wee glimpse of Plains Indian Sara who visited our school today and shared the women's buttefly dance (see earlier posting)
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Less than a week to go... school production time!!
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One day to go... don't forget a jacket tomorrow as we will walk to Wellington High School for the rehearsal. Then tomorrow night is action time!!!!!
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So grateful to Jo, Kate, Paul, Hayden and whanau for filling the school sandpit this morning with 3 cubic metres of fresh sand. Thanks too to Ed (possible prospective parent and father of Rosie) who helped out. Returning from the April holidays is going to be so much fun for our students.

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Last day of the school term. The students in Tuatara whanau (Years 1 - 4) joined Linda and Brent from Jump Jam in some early morning exercise out in the sun.

The new term starts on Monday 30 April. Wishing the school whanau safe and happy holidays.

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