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Covid UPDATE.

After last night’s announcement we will preparing for a normal week at school under Level 2 conditions. Please continue to reinforce the healthy hand washing with our whānau and if your children are unwell to keep them at home. Any adults coming into school please use the contract tracing QR

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Pet day information

The weather is looking great.

Those with trailers dropping off calves, Ponies and multiple lambs, can you please come in via the far gate on Union Line. There will be a cone out on the road marking the entrance. Those with trailers can drive to the far end of the field to where lambs, calves and ponies can be tied up.

The attached timetable is approximate and we will attempt to stay to the time. Sometimes we are able to move more quickly through the event which will bring other sections forward.

There are cake stalls and BBQ so bring along your coins for a treat.

There are ART displays in each class and we will keep classes open all next week before and after school for you to come and check out the amazing student’s art.

 

Missing Property

Afternoon All,

We just want to bring to everyone’s attention that we are having some trouble with property going missing out of others bags. All teachers are talking to classes about this and we are working on ways to make sure things don’t go missing. We are asking that if you have pencil cases, felt pens, colouring pencils that are not your child/childrens coming home that we would appreciate if it was dropped back into the office.

 

Greg Allan

Pet day details:

PET DAY – THURSDAY 22st  OCTOBER 2020

The times are approximations. 

8.30 – 9:00am 10:15 – 10:45am 12:45 – 1:15pm Classrooms and media centre will be open for viewing of visual exhibitions. Please do not remove your child’s work. Teachers will distribute.

8.15 am  Arrival of pets. There will be a notice-board by the office with designated areas for where pets need to be taken. All dogs to be tied up except when being judged and then they need to be on a leash. Cats should be securely caged. All caged pets must remain in their cage at all times. 

8:45 am  Roll – Students to meet in classrooms. 

8.55 am  Welcome and information. In Front of Room 5/6 From 9am tea, coffee and slice will be available for sale through ourRoom 5. A BBQ sausage sizzle will be run by the Senior students which will be available throughout the day. Students will have specified times for purchasing baking or sausages.

Time Junior

(Pre-school and Yr 1 – 3)

Intermediate

(Years 4 – 5)

Senior

(Years 6 – 8)

9:00 AGRIKIDS PRELIMINARY FINAL ONE (BACK FIELD)
9:15 Cats 

Judges: 

Other Animals

Judges: 

All Calves

Judges:

9:45 Other Animals

Judges: 

Cats

Judges:

Dogs

Judges: 

Vets 

10:00 AGRIKIDS PRELIMINARY FINAL TWO (BACK FIELD)
10:30 Dogs

Judges:

Cats

Judges:

10:45 Dogs 

Judges:

Other Animals

Judges:

11:00 Lambs

Judges:

Vets

Lambs

Judges:

Vets 

Lambs

Judges:

Vets 

11:45 AGRIKIDS PRELIMINARY FINAL THREE (BACK FIELD)
12:00 AGRIKIDS Fun relay YEARS 1-8 

Agrikids Final briefing to take place at this time.

12:30 AGRIKIDS GRAND FINAL
12:45 LUNCH BREAK

Sausage sizzle and bake stall outside Room 5

1:15 Parade of Best Dressed Lamb (Outdoor Classroom)

Judging: 

1:30 PRIZEGIVING

Auction for Best Decorated Cake. Winner crowned.

Thursday student arrangements: Classes are to remain with their classroom teacher for the showing of animals. Students are expected to be seated in the area if they are not showing their animals. We will arrange some seating in these areas. The expectation is not for students to be in the playground or in classes during displays. Students will have times to take parents/caregivers to look at their art in learning spaces.

DRESS UP LAMBS: Children will decorate/dress up their lamb and themselves in an outfit of their choosing. This is open all year groups and there will be a 1st, 2nd, and 3rd placing. Be as creative as you can be and prepare students to talk about their outfit.