THIS WEEK’S MEMORY VERSE
Do not let your heart be troubled; believe in God, believe also in Me.
Tena koutou whanau ma – warm greetings to everyone.
Term 4 ends on December 8th
Term 1 2024 begins on Tuesday 30th January.
The opening ceremony for the new building is now to take place in two parts on Tuesday 30th January. There will be a dawn ceremony (5:00am) followed by Chapel assembly and breakfast beginning at 8:50am. Please mark this important event in your diaries.
Nga mihi mahana
IMPORTANT SCHOOL DATES
|Term 3 & 4:
|Technology – Years 7 & 8 students (Moerewa School)
|Thursday 30th November
|Week 8 Market day
|Monday 4th December
|Whanau Day & Certificates of Recognition Primary Year 1-8
|Wednesday 6th Dec
|Year 1-8 Prize Giving Ceremony
|Thursday 7th December
|Year 1-10 Beach Day Trip
|Thursday 30th Nov-Friday 1st Dec
|Aroha class Survivor 2023 in Waima Forest Year 7-8
|Tuesday 31st January 2023
|Thursday 6th April 2023
|Wednesday 26th April 2023
|Friday 30th June 2023
|Monday 17th July 2023
|Friday 22nd September 2023
|Monday 9th October 2023
|Friday 8th December 2023
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
|Tuesday 7th February 2023
|Tuesday 21st March 2023
|Tuesday 9th May 2023
|Tuesday 7th September 2023
|Tuesday 17th October 2023
|Tuesday 29th November 2023
- Minutes 7th February 2023
- Minutes 21st March 2023
- Minutes 9th May 2023
- Minutes 7th September 2023
- Minutes 17th October 2023
- Minutes 28 November 2023
MARKET DAY IS HERE
This Thursday our Year 9 and 10 students are holding a Technology Market Day in the Hall at school. The aim is to showcase, and hopefully sell, items that thy have designed and produced over the course of this term. The Market opens at 1pm until 3.30pm and products vary in cost from $1 to $25. Although there shall be some food stalls, many items available are gifts that will bless others; this has been the arching theme for the technology topic. You are most welcome!
Next week, on Thursday 7th December, we are intending on travelling to Paihia (Te Ti Bay) for a beach day and again you are most welcome.
This trip runs thanks to the generous support of parents and family alike that are able to provide the transport. As a result, the day out is also free! To help us know in advance who shall be attending and providing transport can you please return the slip below to your child’s classroom teacher by the end of this week.
Thank you in advance,
FAR NORTH NATIVES MAORI TAG NATIONALS
FOR PARENTS AND WHANAU
UP COMING EVENTS
Keep an eye out for events that are happening throughout this Term.
- Primary End of Year Reports will be sent home with tamariki on Wednesday 6th December.
- Certificates of Recognition ceremony (Primary Years 1-8) and Whanau Day will be on Monday 4th December.
Nga mihi Whanau Have a Blessed Year,
WHAT ARE ATTENDANCE DUES?
The Ministry of Education does not fund building related costs at our School. Attendance Dues are only used to pay for building related costs. They can not be used for any other purposes. Paying Attendance Dues is a condition of enrolment for all students attending our School. Attendance Dues are compulsory – there is a legal requirement for parents and caregivers to pay Attendance Dues under the Education and Training Act 2020. They are not a donation.
CEO Celebration Trust
The Lord himself goes before you and will be with you; he will never leave you nor forsake you. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged. Deuteronomy 31:8-9
Peace I leave with you; my peace I give you. I do not give to you as the world gives. Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not be afraid. John 14:27
Lunch For The Week