Category Archives: News


Pukemokemoke Reserve Hike


This term we have been learning about Pukemokemoke Reserve. We  investigated the history of Pukemokemoke, the different types of native trees, the native birds and insects that all live in this habitat. We also went on a hike through the bush on Pukemokemoke, going all the way up to the top of the lookout. Phew! […]

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Pukemokemoke


Year 3/4’s trip to Pukemokemoke. What a fun day had by all!!!

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Saint Patrick’s Day Fun


On Saint Patrick’s Day, we made some delicious green scones! Check out Mr Noonan sharing them with us….    

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Port Waikato Camp Yrs 5/6


Our Year 5 and 6 children had a great time at Port Waikato Camp.  Below are some samples of the children's writing from camp and a photo slider display. The Mud Fight! the mud is slime dripping down my back The mud is sticky quicksand underneath my feet The mud fight is a battleground with [...]
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Yrs 7/8 Technology


Our Year 7/8 children have commenced Technology at Morrinsville College this term. They are currently studying fabric. At their first lesson they learnt about the weaving process that is used to create fabric.
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Family Festive Evening


We held our Annual Family Festive Evening on Wednesday 7th December.
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Grandparents Day


On Friday 25th November we held our Annual Flowershow and Grandparents Day.  The children loved showing off their hard work and the folk dancing and Snowball Waltz was a hit with the Grandparents.  
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Piako Cultural Festival


Our school hosted the annual Piako Cultural Festival on Tuesday 20th September.  Our whole school will welcomed the wider community with a powhiri with our Junior and Senior Kapa Haka groups performing separately. Our Juniors opened the festival and our Senior Kapa Haka group closed the festival and handed over the ‘Mauri’ to Morrinsville College, 2017 […]

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Waitomo Camp


The Year 4 children in Room’s 1 & 2 went on a four day camp at the Tokikapu Marae in Waitomo. During these four days we had many wonderful and exciting adventures and new experiences. We visited Tamara the kiwi and learnt more about tuatara, falcons, wood pigeons, and fed birds from our palms at […]

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