• Angie Millar - Our Hero!

    We are thrilled to share with our school community the recipient of The Kiwibank Local Hero Award for 2018 -  none other than our very own Angie Millar!



    The Kiwibank Local Hero Award aims to identify and reward everyday people doing extraordinary things in their local communities. These awards recognise the enormous contribution, sacrifice and commitment of Kiwis who selflessly work to make their local communities a better place.


    Angie is well known and loved by many in our school as the mind behind our marvellous best seller, “Divine Eats”.  With our new swimming pool as motivation and a dream in her heart to make something more than a typically bound school cookbook, Angie set out to make what has become an iconic New Zealand school cookbook!  Divine Eats has made a huge impact on our pool fundraising and we would not be where we are today without you, Angie.


    Congratulations Angie, you deserve every bit of this award! Thank you for your amazing contribution to our school - we are so pleased that you have been recognised by the wider community for all you’ve done for us.


    Posted Nov 16, 2017, 6:26 PM by Reception @TMCS
  • Swimming Pool News

    What an amazing accomplishment - only one week until our Swimming Pool Opening Ceremony!


    We welcome all of our parents and caregivers to attend this special occasion which commences at 1pm Friday 24 November.  


    Our opening ceremony will begin with a blessing where our students and staff will walk onto the site from the pavement between the school and pool.  If you will be joining us, please wait past the swimming pool on the pavement facing the green fence to allow the children to enter first.


    We hope for beautiful weather and suggest you bring your hats and sunglasses.  We hope to have you with us to celebrate our incredible new facility and the hard work of so many people.


    Posted Nov 16, 2017, 6:25 PM by Reception @TMCS
  • Taupiri Truck Safety Visit

    The Taupiri syndicate have been offered the opportunity to hear a short presentation about Truck Safety, entitled 'Sharing the Road'.  Following the presentation, students will view a large truck and trailer unit to further explore potential dangers.


    The truck is expected to arrive at school at 9.00am on Monday.  It will park in the bus bay in the main school carpark.  To manage student safety, this first parking bay will be coned off entirely so students can view the truck.  If you are expecting to stay on at school after 8.30am on Monday, we ask that you park in an alternative parking space to allow space for the truck to arrive and depart.


    Thank you for your consideration.  


    Posted Nov 16, 2017, 6:24 PM by Reception @TMCS
  • Country Cluster Speech Competition

    Congratulations to our representatives for  this year’s Country Cluster Speech Competition.  This special event was held on Thursday evening at Tauwhare School and we were very proud of the outstanding performances given by our students:


    • Lily W - 1st

    • Katrina W - 3rd

    • Harry M - 4th


    Well done to you all!


    Posted Nov 16, 2017, 6:24 PM by Reception @TMCS
  • Pirongia and Maungatautari Athletics

    This year Pirongia and Maungatautari Syndicates will be having their athletic days on the school fields on Wednesday November 22nd and Thursday the 23rd.


    These days will run slightly differently this year due to the opportunity to represent the school at the Inter City Schools Athletics on Friday the 1st of December. Because of this

    we will be running our days in age groups rather than year groups. Ages are to be taken at October 16th 2017.


    Please read the schedule to double check which day your child/ren are competing.


    Wednesday November 22nd

    • 7 year old girls and boys

    • 8 year old girls and boys


    Thursday November 23rd

    • 9 year old girls and boys

    • 10 year old girls and boys

    • 11 year old girls and boys


    Children will need:

    • to wear their whanau shirt

    • bring a suitable lunch and big drink bottle filled with water

    • bring a warm jersey and/or jacket

    • all children should be wearing shoes for SHOT PUT. In all other events, they may have bare feet


    Sun Safety - The children will be outside for most of the day so will be exposed to the heat of the sun. Sun cream will be available, students will be asked to wear sunscreen

    to school and to re apply during the day, also to always wear their whanau shirts and school wide brimmed sun hats.


    The children will rotate in age gender groups around all events. Children are expected to participate in all events as they have been practising at school and this is part of the

    Physical Education and Health curriculum.  It is also a great time to support friends.


    Kind regards,

    Maungatautari and Pirongia Teachers


    Posted Nov 16, 2017, 6:22 PM by Reception @TMCS
  • Golf Day Raffle Tickets

    On December the 1st the Golf Committee are hosting the annual Golf Day.


    Proceeds from the event will be going towards purchasing security cameras for the school to help keep our site safe. As our school and community grows, this is increasingly becoming an issue.


    This week each family will be provided with a pack of FIVE raffle tickets to sell to family, friends and work mates. They are only $2 each but the prizes are amazing! Please return the money and any unsold tickets to the Office by WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 29TH. If you would like more raffle tickets, please contact the Office to arrange for these to be given to your child.


    Posted Nov 16, 2017, 6:20 PM by Reception @TMCS
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Writer's Corner
 
       
 

Today we are pleased to celebrate pieces of writing with you from Timmy C, Year 2, Titoki 6.


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




If you would like to sponsor our Golf Day or donate a prize, please email Howard.Baker@jennian.co.nz

https://tamaheregolfday.eventbrite.com/


Yes, that time of year is fast approaching once more -and we will all have friends and whanau who will be looking forward to receiving our very own award-winning Cookbook as a stocking filler.  Whilst the cookbooks will continue to be available at New Worlds and Tamahere Market, we will now also offer a special price EXCLUSIVELY at the school office and through internet sales at www.divineeats.co.nz from now up until Xmas.


Here you will be able to purchase 5 books for $200 provided all five books are bought in that one transaction.  We all have our own copies of course (and then some) but here's an opportunity for those who been asked to grab a few extras on behalf of others or are looking for Xmas gifts.


Please note we would also love to be on the radar for businesses or others who are looking for corporate or client "thank you" gifts;  if you know of any, Andrea Dunseath is running this initiative for us so please contact her direct on 027 509 3078  if you know of anyone.

  • Library Books Due Back All school library books need to  be returned to the school library by the end of WEEK 7 Friday December 1st. The library will be closed for the annual stocktake week 8 and week 9.The library will be open again for summer issuing Week 10 Monday December 18th 8am-2.30pm
    Posted Nov 19, 2017, 6:20 PM by Reception @TMCS
  • BYOD Evening for Parents of Year 4 Students  When: Tuesday 28th NovemberTime: 5:15pmWhere: Manuka 16Come along and find out about the exciting learning that occurs in our Maungatautari Senior SyndicateThis meeting is for Year 4 parents interested in finding out how the Maungatautari Syndciate operates with Modern / Innovative and BYOD (Bring Your Own Devices).This is an important meeting to help you understand what you and your children will experience at our school next year.  We look forward to seeing you there.
    Posted Nov 19, 2017, 4:29 PM by Reception @TMCS
  • Touch Rugby Draw Please follow this link for this week's Touch Rugby draw.
    Posted Nov 16, 2017, 2:09 PM by Reception @TMCS
  • T-Ball Success Last Friday two teams of T-ballers represented Tamahere at the City Cluster Interschool T Ball competition. What an awesome day it was with our students representing us with pride. They played their hearts out, displaying amazing skill, teamwork and sportsmanship. The results were wonderful too!  3rd Place for Tamahere Hitters in A League, and 1st place for Tamahere Smashers in B League. Congratulations to you all!
    Posted Nov 13, 2017, 6:08 PM by Reception @TMCS
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