Newsletter 2 Term 4 -Wednesday 13 November 2019

Kia Ora Koutou

What an awesome day last Friday with our Pet Day.  The children created some amazing sand saucers, aqua jars and tray scenes.  It was also great to see a wide range of pets from chickens to sheep.  What a laugh having Ivy and Zephyr’s chicken lay an egg while here – she must of been really relaxed.  A big thank you to Pauline Sanderson for judging our floral creations and Donna and Bailey from Top Vets,Coopers Beach for judging the animals plus bringing in some great prizes.

Cultural Festival tomorrow – the tamariki having been working hard on their performance.  They are going to be great and look ataahua in their new uniforms.  Remember we are all meeting at Hato Hohepa in the morning – by 9.00am.  If they have to cancel due to weather I will let you know through text messsaging, facebook and skool loop- they are letting me know about 7.00am (Hangi that have been ordered will be delivered to school)

One of our lovely parents has been working with the Senior Class making bags.  they children love them. THANKS RAMONA!

And wow another baby born! – Congratulations to Eliza, Alan, Unique,Uzay and whanau who welcomed a little baby boy on 06 November.

Jenny Williams

 

The following children have received certificates for their awesome work.    

Sharlie-enthusiasm plus with play writing

Taeo – for amazing singing at kapahaka practice

Millie- making positive choices and helping new students

Azahlia – sounding out words and helping new students

Unique and Chloe – beautiful listening skills

Charley and Eko- for your imaginaative writing skills

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DATES TO REMEMBER
Thurs 14 NovCultural Festival at Hato Hohepa
Tues 26 NovPaper Making – Christmas Cards Activities with Anouk (Zereo Waste)
Tues 26 NovBOT Meeting
Mon 09 DecReports Out
Wed 11 DecPrizegiving
Fri 13 DecLAST DAY OF TERM 4
Radiant Yoga for Children (4-7 year olds).  Mondays , 4-4.30pm at the Wmn Collective, 52 Waterfront Drive.  Cost: $40 for the 5 weeks if booked in advance, $10 to drop in, call in advance to make sure theres space 021 570 126.  Younger children welcome and free if accompanied by a parent and an older child who is paying.  A yoga specially designed to help big souls in little bodies to feel into their bodies and the spaces that exist within and around them, to remind them of their innate wisdom and strength whilst having fun and learning techniques that will help them as they grow and develop.
Plus Radiant Yoga for Teens (8-13 year olds).  Mondays, 4.45-5.30pm at the Wmn Collective, 52 Waterfront Drive.
Cost: $60 for the 5 weeks for one child, $100 for two children, $15 per child to drop in, call in advance to ensure there is space, 021 570 126.  These sessions include exercises designed to increase strength and flexibility, they offer a chance to relax and unwind after a busy day at school and still incorporate an aspect of play and fun.
Sessions are provided by Hari Bans Angell Kaur.  She trained in Radiant Child/Teen Yoga in 2008 in Scotland and has offered sessions in different places there and in Europe.  She is a qualified Kundalini Yoga and Shakti Dance teacher and has a daily personal practice.

Totara North School, 32 School Road, Totara North, RD2 Kaeo 0479
Phone: 09 405 1852

Office: office@totaranorth.school.nz   Principal: principal@totaranorth.school.nz
Website: www.totaranorth.school.nz

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