TOMORROW THURSDAY 30th JUNE – SCHOOL WILL BE CLOSED. DO NOT SEND YOUR CHILDREN TO SCHOOL. Due to flooding and electrical damage the school will be CLOSED!
Due to some flooding this afternoon all after school classes are cancelled until next week.
Congratulations to all those who contested the cross country and the power walking on Tuesday. Well done to the following winners;
Year 0 Boys – Jude Brem
Year 0 Girls – Hazel Masters-King
Year 1 Boys – Nathan Bundock
Year 1 Girls – Zainah Williams-Stehlin
Year 2 Boys – Dylan Chapman
Year 2 Girls – Haivyn Williams
Year 3 Boys – Michael Stuart
Year 3 Girls – Grace Jarvie-Otufangavalu
Year 4 Boys – Ryder Williams
Year 4 Girls – Reese Marsters
Year 5 Boys – Ethan Gibson
Year 5 Girls – Charlotte Pereira-Ulia
Year 6 Boys – Akira Luamanuvae Su’a
Year 6 Girls – Tiana Suifua
Thanks to all parents for your support.
Last Tuesday, Auckland Rugby League held the North Western Zone primary schools league tournament at Riverhead War Memorial Park for all the schools from the West. The tournament was well organised and very competitive.
The Matipo Mustangs played 4 games in pool B winning all 4 games. The game against the Helensville Lancers was our hardest, winning that game by only one try. In the final we played The West Harbour Warriors winning the game by 5 tries to 2.
The boys were brilliant playing as a team. There were also many wonderful standout performances with excellent leadership from Jerome Jarvie-Otufangavalu and our captain Blayze Williams. Our player of the day was Akira Luamanuvae Su’a who was great in attack but absolutely brilliant in defence.
Thank you to all the parents and whanau who helped with transport, support, photographs and oranges.
With the excitement of the Americas Cup we were lucky enough to have Jarrad Wallace from Southern Spars come to Room 18 and share his knowledge of what it’s like to build the mast for these magnificent boats. We learnt so much about how these are constructed and how many machines are involved. The children got to sit on one of the spreaders which are designed to carry 800kg of compression, and break around 2000kg! I think we were safe 🙂
With a few articles in the media recently about the high back to school costs some schools force on families, we thought it worth pointing out our stance.
Stationary packs for New Entrants / Middle & Senior syndicates are $18 with Juniors at $16. We make between 50c and $1 profit per pack with the proceeds going to your child’s school. Our exercise books are NZ made, keeping New Zealander’s in work, are good quality, and all the classes have standardised books.
School donation is $70 per child, $100 per family. It is voluntary, tax deductible, and if paid by the end of the term, you go into a lucky prize draw for a Sharp Mini Sound System valued at $270. We are in only school in NZ that offers a full, money back guarantee if you are unsatisfied with any aspect of our school performance.