• Next Year..... We are sending out our final newsletter this Friday, which will give as many details about 2020 as possible, so that everyone feels comfortable with what is happening and when. Those families who are not here on Friday, will be emailed the class list.
    Posted Dec 17, 2019, 6:33 PM by Reception @TMCS
  • Prizegiving 2019 What a wonderful prizegiving we had yesterday. It was so lovely to see the pride and support shown for all our award winners. From the start with the bagpipe entry, to the culmination of a whole school haka, this was a very special occasion. Thank you everyone.
    Posted Dec 17, 2019, 6:32 PM by Reception @TMCS
  • BOT Newsletter - December 2019 Board of Trustees Newsletter December 2019   Back Row:  Annette Howard, Ingrid ter Beek, Waveney Parker, Jeremy WatersFront Row:  Owen Culliney, Ian Potter, Vanessa ParkerAbsent:  Angie Millar, Kate SearanckeKia ora koutouWelcome to the newsletter from the Board of Trustees (BOT).  We meet once a month and regularly share our news with you, so you are up to date with our key projects and happenings.NEW BOARD We have welcomed Owen Culliney and Ian Potter to the Board following the recent Board of Trustees elections. Jeremy Waters is the new Chair and we are currently allocating roles and responsibilities to ensure all areas of our school operations are efficiently overseen.We are fortunate to have had so many ...
    Posted Dec 17, 2019, 6:32 PM by Reception @TMCS
  • Haangi Thank you’s The students have been very busy this morning doing food preparation and are really looking forward to tomorrow’s haangi. We would like to give a massive thank you to Inghams Waitoa, for their generous donation of 240 chickens.We also want to thank Punnet who is providing coffee and muffins to our wonderful haangi helpers, who have a very early start tomorrow morning.
    Posted Dec 17, 2019, 6:31 PM by Reception @TMCS
  • Year 6 Big Day Out Last Monday our wonderful group of Year 6 students travelled to Totara Springs in Matamata for their annual Big Day Out. The children were split into groups and all got to experience 4 out of 6 activities; these included abseiling, the Flying Kiwi, the flying fox, archery, rock wall, go-carts and human foosball. At the end of the day, all the students (and some parents and teachers!) enjoyed slipping and sliding on the biggest water slide we’ve ever seen! We thoroughly enjoyed this end of year celebration with a phenomenal group of children and parents. Thank you to everyone who made this day possible.
    Posted Dec 17, 2019, 6:31 PM by Reception @TMCS
  • St Stephen’s Dressing of the Tree Every year students, teachers and parents walk down to St Stephen's church for a ‘Dressing of the Tree’.     This has been a tradition of Tamahere School for many years.     Thank you to all the helpers, parents & grandparents who supported us.
    Posted Dec 17, 2019, 6:30 PM by Reception @TMCS
  • Graduation Evening What a lovely evening we had last Thursday night celebrating our Year 6’s graduation! We had a fabulous time enjoying a finger food meal together. It was a pleasure seeing each and every student walk proudly across the stage to receive their graduation certificate signifying an end to their primary school years. Many thanks to all parents and teachers for helping to plan and prepare the students for the evening. All the very best to our Year 6 students for their next adventure.
    Posted Dec 17, 2019, 6:30 PM by Reception @TMCS
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Writer's Corner
 
       
 

We are pleased to celebrate student writing with you.


This week's items are from Bennett S, Maisie F and Greta C, all Year 1 students from Rimu 7.

Click on this link to take you straight there. Congratulations on a wonderful piece of writing - well done!



  • Spanish Club for Kids - Term 1 Dear Parents, Fun Languages offers an opportunity for children to learn Spanish. Our team are all fluent or native Spanish speakers and passionate about taking children on a journey of discovery through the language and culture of Spanish speaking countries.  The focus is on fun games and activities, role play and crafts that will enable them to use their new language for real purpose. Take a look at the content of our lessons Spanish for Kids https://lcfclubs.co.nz/spanish-for-kids/ . When: Fridays 2:30pm-3:30pm downstairs at the Community Centre. 8 week term: 14th February- 3rd April. Cost: $120 for 8 week term. FIRST SESSION IS FREE TO TRY. Please register your interest at amber@lcfclubs ...
    Posted Jan 22, 2020, 2:20 PM by Reception @TMCS
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