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Newsletter 202116 - 2 June 2021

Welcome

A special welcome to the following new tamariki and their whānau; Peter Mischewski, Giselle Tutahi and Ruihi Henry.

We hope you have enjoyed your first week at Kaikohe East School!


School closed Monday

There will be no school this Monday due to it being Queen’s Birthday weekend.


Reports and Class letters home today

All children who have been at our school for 6 weeks or more will be bringing home in an envelope their mid-year report.  They will also bring home an updated class letter that shares some important classroom information. We trust both reports and class letters are helpful to whānau however if there are any matters you need some clarification on please do not hesitate to come and see your child’s/children’s teacher/s in the first instance.


Netball

Well done to all netball players of the day last week. 

Just a reminder that we need to be at Lindvart Park at 3.30pm and games will finish approximately 4.45pm. Please remind your child to wear the appropriate footwear (sneakers) and to bring a bottle of water.  All players are to meet after school at Room 15 for organisation.


Year 3 and 4 Grade 

3.40pm - Netball Smart Warmup with opposing team on court


Round 1

3.50pm - 4.12pm Game time 2x10 minute halves (2 min break)

Court 2 - Awesome Angel’s v Hōreke

Court 3 - Kura Autaia v KWS Tuis

Court 4 - Tautoro v Raiders

Court 5 -   Nanakia v KES Dragons

 

Round 2

4.18pm - 4.40pm Game time 2 x 10 minute halves (2 min break)

Court 2 - KWS Tuis v Tautoro

Court 3 - Hōreke v Kua Autaia

Court 4 - KES Dragons v Awesome Angels  

Court 5 - Raiders v Nanakia 

Approximate end time 4.50pm

 Year 5 and Grade 

3.40pm - Netball Smart Warm Up with opposing team on court

 

Round 1

3.50pm - 4.12pm Game time 2x10 minute halves (2 min break)

Round 1 

Court 6 - HSC Pūrerehua v KES Beasts

Court 7 - Tautoro Black v KES Angels

Court 8 -   KWS Kererū v KWS Pūkeko  

SKILL SESSION/BYE - KES Cheetahs


Round 2

4.18pm - 4.40pm

Court 6 - Tautoro Black v KES Cheetahs

Court 7 -   KWS Kererū v KES Beasts

Court 8 -   KWS Pūkeko v KES Angels 

SKILL SESSION/BYE - HSC Pūrerehua


Hockey

Everyone played great games last weekend for hockey. Players of the day as follows:

Fern Edmonds, Arihia Phillips, Nikau Johnson, Robert Hohepa and Kylani Tipoki.

NO HOCKEY practice or games this weekend due to Queen’s Birthday weekend.


Basketball

We are so thankful to all those tamariki who play basketball on Monday’s and thankful to Taal and Cheryl Smith for giving our kids that opportunity to experience playing basketball at young ages. Player’s of the day: Chelsey Reihana, Malachi Reihana-Tohu and Robert Hohepa.

Due to the Queen's Birthday holiday on Monday there will be no basketball next Monday.

Any queries please contact Whaea Claire or Lydia.


Rippa Rugby

We have two Rippa Rugby tournaments happening in June 2021. The first will be held in Kerikeri on the Thursday 17th of June and the second will be held here at the Kaikohe Rugby grounds on Tuesday 22nd June 2021. We will be entering two senior teams in both these tournaments.  Children involved in these tournaments will bring home more information closer to the date.

WE NEED YOU!

If whānau members wish to help our teams in any codes please don't hesitate to come see Whaea Claire or Whaea Lydia.


Matariki Games

On Tuesday the 6th of July there will be a celebration of Matariki games held in Taipā. We will be entering two senior teams for this competition.  More information will follow for the children involved closer to the time.


Board By-Election

We have two positions available for appointment on our School Board, nomination forms have been posted to all eligible voters.  If you have any questions please contact our Returning Officer Kohi Woodman in the office.


Bling, Bling Toi Marama

Our tamariki are busy creating for this year's Bling Bling Toi Mārama light festival. The theme is Te Waonui a Tāne.  This year the festival will run for four days, from the 7th July - 11th July.  Thanks to Ākau for creating this awesome opportunity to celebrate Matariki.