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Saturday, September 16, 2017

Student Elections

As part of our learning about the upcoming elections, some of the senior students have created their own political parties. They came up with a party name, created a party logo and developed 3 policies they would implement if they were successfully elected. Party leaders presented their speeches during Friday assembly and school voting will open on Monday lunchtime.

Week 8 Assembly

Thanks to Sara and Travis who led assembly today. These 2 are our remarkable Head of School Leaders who can be relied upon, often at the drop of a hat, to do a fantastic job at anything they set their mind to. We are luck to have them at our school.
Mr Taylor receiving his Mr V award from Whaea Tracy.

Matua James receiving his Mr V award.

Thursday, September 14, 2017

Learner Reflection Week

On Tuesday and Thursday we held our Learner Reflection Time. It was lovely to lsiten and watch the students share their learning so proudly and confidently with their whanau. Thank you to all the families who took some time out of their busy lives to attend. We really appreciate  and value how involved you are in your child's learning.

Production Practice

Our first run through today of Production. The main cast has worked tirelessly all term with Whaea Aimee and Mrs Baker. We are all looking forward to Week 10 to see who it all comes together!

Sunday, September 10, 2017

Winter Cluster Sports

We had a fabulours day at Reporoa College for our annual Winter Cluster Soccer games. Thank you to the college kids for being the refs for the day. There were plenty of examples of sportsmansio throughout the day from all the schools:Broadlands, Mihi, Reporoa and Lake Rerewhakaitu.

Friday, September 1, 2017

Team Game

What a beautiful day to get outside and play a syndicate game. Awesome cooperation everyone!

Assembly Week 6

We had lots of hockey players to congratulate this week. Thank you to Shila and Lucas for running a slick assembly.