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Kia ora Parents and Caregivers Week 3, Term 2 Tuesday 16 May – Waterwise Rm 7                            – Camp Rms 5, 7 and 8 from 3pm and overnight Wednesday 17 May – Waterwise Rm 9 Week 4 Monday 22 May – Camp Rms 15 and 16 from 3pm and overnight                           – Vision Testing Year 7s Tuesday […]
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We are looking for families who are willing to lend us a tent for either May 16th, 22nd, 23rd, 24th or 25th. The tents will be used for our overnight camps at school.
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We are looking for a knowledgeable Te Reo Maori speaker, who would be interested in joining our team of Language Assistants in teaching Te Reo Maori to our TNIS students. You do not require teaching experience, therefore, if you are willing to share your knowledge of this very important national Language, please consider working with […]
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‘Shine’ Mufti Day – Our TNIS students raised $408.90 during the Orange Shirt Mufti Day in the last week of T1 in support of people who are victims of domestic violence.
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Kia ora Parents and Caregivers   Welcome back from the holiday break. We hope that you all enjoyed the good weather and that the students are rested and ready to tackle the challenges of Term 2.   Week 1, Term 2 Tuesday 2 May – Waterwise Rm 4 Wednesday 3 May – Waterwise Rm 1 […]
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Kia ora Parents and Caregivers   Thank you for all your support this term with Waterwise, Camps, Zone Days and Class Trips. We really appreciate this, as many of these activities cannot take place without the support of parents.   Week 1, Term 2 School commences at 8.30am on Monday 1 May. Tuesday 2 May […]
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Good Afternoon, Due to the current weather warnings that have been issued for Auckland, and the prediction of possible high winds, roads closures, including the possibility of the harbour bridge closure, we recommend the following: If you live across the bridge, please feel free to collect your child early from school. Please sign them out […]
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Congratulations! – Well done to all the students that started music lessons here at school this term with the Music Education Centre.  We have heard that those that recently began lessons have shown signs of making good progress already, and all the children learning in the programme will be getting written progress reports next term […]
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