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Newsletter 201828 - 12 September 2018


To our new children and their whānau, nau mai haere mai ki te Kura Rāwhiti!

Welcome Kahurangi Smith and Te Morehu Wairama.

Introducing Room “M”

Introducing our new, New Entrant class in Room M with Whaea Barbara Phillips.   So far, we have six, five year old girls in this class! Welcome to Kaikohe East School!

Photo Day

On Wednesday 26th September we will have Photolife here taking school photos.  We will be sending out order forms soon, for now start saving your pennies!  Class photos are usually about $15 each and there are a variety of individual photo options but they will only be taken if payment is made prior to the day.

Room 15 “Pātaka Kai”

Room 15 went to the library in support of the Pātaka kai opening on Monday. Our deputy mayor Tania and Shelby cut the ribbon. It was a great morning showing support for our community and also our students mother (Lee Mason) who had been involved in starting Kaikohe’s own Pātaka Kai.  The children did waiata tautoko for karakia, kaumātua kōrero and for Tania.

We are proud of them all and they showed great respect out in the community.

We were also given 6 citrus trees to grow in our orchard.

Northland College Fundraiser

Please support the Northland College Senior Te Reo Māori trip Hāngi fundraiser, Thursday 27th September 2018, Northland College.  $10, 3 meat, pumpkin, potato, kūmara, cabbage and fried bread.  Please contact Northland College if you would like one, 09 4011532.

Cultural Festival 2018

On Wednesday 19th September – dress rehearsal at the Kaikohe Memorial Hall, Friday 21st September Performance Day – entry by koha.

All groups will perform at School Assembly on Friday at 9.45am, whānau are welcome to come and watch.

We are pleased to have three Kapa Haka participating from each Syndicate and a dance group.  Groups will be walking up to the Memorial Hall on both days with their Kaiako. They will need to take their lunch with them on the Wednesday, wear sensible footwear and have a jacket for walking both days.

Here is the programme for the day times are approx:

Starting at 10am

10.10am Kaikohe Interdmediate (Band)

10.25am Kaikohe East (Dance)

10.30am Tautoro School

10.45am Hōreke School

11am Ōhaeawai School

11.15am Kaikohe East (Juniors)

11.25am Kaikohe West (Tuakana)

11.40am Te whānau Arero (TKKMoK)

11.55am Te Kāreti o Te Taitokerau (Nor Col)

12.15pm Kaikohe East (Middles)

12.30pm Tautoro School

12.45pm Te Kura Kani

12.55pm Kaikohe East (Seniors)

1.05pm Te Rōpu Reo Rua o te Kura Hauāuru o Kaikohe

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On Friday our class made baked beans on toast. We had to write how to make them before we were allowed to cook them in the kitchen. We had to write down all the things that you need to make baked beans. We had to write the instructions all in the right order because if they were in the wrong order the person reading them will cook the baked beans wrong. I ate two pieces of toast with baked beans on it. It was delicious. We also got to have apples and milk.

Whitiora Wikaira - Mokaraka Rm 9

Kaikohe East School Board

The Kaikohe East School Board will meet at the school at 1:30pm on Monday 24 September.
Go to the school website www.kaikeast.school.nz for the agenda and associated reports.

9km run or walk – Toia Rd to Kaikohe

14km run or walk – Ōkaihau to Kaikohe

21km run or walk – Ōkaihau to Kaikohe

Finish at the Kaikohe Pioneer Village where there will be family fun activities and lots of prizes.

To find out more and to register capture the QR code or go to www.kaikoherotary.org/t

or call Don 0-27-2568290