Wednesday, 24 May 2017

Whole School Cross Country 2017



What a wonderful morning we had at Waipuna Park on Tuesday. The students were amazing and certainly did us all proud. Certificates for the top six runners in each age group will be awarded in assemblies later this term. We would like to say a huge thank you to the parents who did put their name down to help we certainly could not run whole school events like this one without you.

The top six runners (girls and boys) from Year 4, 5 and 6 will be representing the school at the West Cluster Cross Country on Wednesday 14th of June at Waipuna Park. The students will be running the same distance they ran for our school cross country. A newsletter will come home to selected students shortly.


Tuesday, 23 May 2017

Thank You Pak'nSave Tauriko

A huge THANK YOU to Jon Morrison and Pak'nSave Tauriko for the $1000 prize money 
from the 'Receipts for Schools' Competition.
Jennifer and Troy visited Jon Morrison at Pak'nSave at The Crossing to collect the prize. 
This money will be used to support our School Production.
Thanks Jon.

Monday, 15 May 2017

Parent Helpers needed...School Library

Our library is coming together which is exciting- next week new shelving is being installed and then it will be time to bring the books back...
if you are available to help on Thursday the 25th and Friday the 26th of May
please contact Lisa Rose for details.


Meet our 2017 School Council Members &
Class Representatives...
Caleb Griffin - Class Representative - Room 7
I think a leader is someone who is always focused.
As a developing leader my personal goal is to help others.
As a Class Representative this year I am looking forward to helping to make the school an even better place.
 
Brooke Barnett - Class Representative - Room 8
I think a leader is someone who helps people achieve things.
As a developing leader my personal goal is to help make fun things happen at Tauriko.
As a Class Representative this year I am looking forward to helping to have more sports days.
 
Coco Campion - Class Representative - Room 9
 I think a leader is someone who listens to others.
As a developing leader my personal goal is to help other people in the school.
As a Class Representative this year I am looking forward to helping run student events.
 Micah Verstappen - Class Representative - Room 10
I think a leader is someone who sets an example and makes the school an even better place to learn.
As a developing leader my personal goal is to learn the values of being a Class Representative.
As a Class Representative this year I am looking forward to helping lots of people like the Wee Sprouts.
 
Drew Bryan - Class Representative - Room 11
I think a leader is someone who is a role model and they help others.
As a developing leader my personal goal is to learn how to develop ideas.
As a Class Representative this year I am looking forward to setting things up and helping with things like cake stalls and discos.
 
Charlotte Rose - Class Representative - Room 13
I think a leader is someone who shows respect and helps others.
As a developing leader my personal goal is to work with others on school projects.
As a Class Representative this year I am looking forward to running new events for Tauriko students.
 
Ava Parish - Class Representative - Room 14
I think a leader is someone who takes care of the school.
As a developing leader my personal goal is to help run more sports events.
 As a Class Representative this year I am looking forward to working with others to make Tauriko an even better place.
 Zak Weatherley - Class Representative - Room 15
I think a leader is someone who commits to a role and sticks to it.
As a developing leader my personal goal is to bring up cool ideas that the whole school will love.
As a Class Representative this year I am looking forward to starting up cool ideas.
Matthew Couper- School Council - Tall Poppies
I think a leader is someone who helps people to do the things they need and want to achieve. It's someone that people can look up to.
As a developing leader my personal goal is to be involved in as many leadership roles as I can, to improve the leadership qualities that I have and to develop new ones.
As a School Council Member this year I am looking forward to helping with events throughout the year.
 
Jessica Hayman - School Council - Tall Poppies
I think a leader is someone who can put in ideas, are able to be expressive and are not too shy.
As a developing leader my personal goal is to be be more 'smiley' every day and to speak out with more confidence.
As a School Council Member this year I am looking forward to being able to work with all of the team to run fun events.
Ivy Anderson-Podmore - School Council - Tall Poppies
I think a leader is someone who people can look up to, someone who can represent the school and set good examples for other students.
As a developing leader my personal goal is to help the school as much as I can.
As a School Council Member this year I am looking forward to working with everyone in the School Council to make things happen, as well I would like to bring new things to the school.
 
Arabella Elliott - School Council - Tall Poppies
I think a leader is someone who represents the school and sets good examples for others.
As a developing leader my personal goal is to help the School Council as much as I can. I am also keen to be involved in other leadership opportunities.
As a School Council Member this year I am looking forward to running fun and cool events with the students.

Maui the Magnificent - 2017 School Production


Sunday, 7 May 2017

Dear Friends & Family of Our School,

With support from Noel Leeming, we are running a Friends & Family Fundraising event from Monday 8th to Sunday 14th May.  

Whether you've been dreaming of a flash new TV or a funky new phone case, this is your chance to save big & support our school.   During this event our local store will be discounting to cost +10% with 2.5% of those sales going back to our School! 

All you need to do to support the school is save this flyer to your smart phone/device or print it out and bring it with you when you shop at Noel Leeming during 8-14 May.

To make this the most successful fundraiser ever, we encourage you to share this flyer with your extended friends, family, business contacts and colleagues. 

We sincerely hope with the support of our extended family and friends network we can make this the most successful fundraising event ever.




Thursday, 4 May 2017