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TAKAPUNA NORMAL
INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL

Giving your child the best opportunities for their learning.

* Excellent academic results
* Highly qualified teaching staff
* Excellent learning facilities
* Focus on the individual learner
* Strong support for international students
* Wide range of extra-curricular learning opportunities
* Sophisticated technology to enhance student achievement
* Future-focused

Latest Notifications

The Great TNIS Pyjama Drive – Community Action

Fri Jun 18 11:23am

Kia ora TNIS whānau,


Many of our tāmariki in Aotearoa have never owned pyjamas! At TNIS, we believe that every child deserves a pair of snuggly pyjamas to sleep in. Now is your chance to help us make that happen by donating a pair of new pyjamas to those in need.


We will be collecting pyjamas up until Monday 28 June to send on to Foster Hope, a charity that aims to give the donated pyjamas to 10,000 children this Winter.


Please send your pyjamas (Sized for age 0-18 years) to the school office for collection.


To find out more about this charity, follow the link below:


Foster Hope – Pyjama Drive


Ngā mihi,


TNIS Staff

Did you know that 25% of 12 year-olds and younger have watched a number of hours of porn, usually at home? Free parent workshop evening

Thu Jun 17 12:54pm

FREE Netsafe Parent Workshop Evening
Tuesday 22 June @ TNIS – 6:30pm in the school library



The NETSAFE parent workshop evening will provide you with practical ideas that you can use to keep your children safe whilst they are online.
The workshops will be based on parents’ common concerns about online safety. We would like to ensure that the workshops are tailored to the concerns of TNIS parents and would appreciate you taking 1 minute to fill out the short survey via the link.
Online Safety ConcernsNgā mihi,
TNIS Staff

Our latest newsletter is now available

Mon Jun 14 03:28pm

 


Newsletter Week 7, Term 2 2021

Digital Technology Opportunity

Wed Jun 09 09:00am

Get Into Gaming


Happening between 14-18 June is a week of online events aimed at Year 7-9 (but open to all ages) that connect and inspire ākonga (learners) from every background to discover pathways into one of Aotearoa’s fastest-growing creative industries – video games. To find out more and register, visit https://getintogaming.nz/whanau-register/

Arohanui Canterbury – Non-Uniform Day this Thursday 10 June

Tue Jun 08 06:51pm

TNIS is holding a non-uniform day this Thursday to support the people of Canterbury as they recover from the recent flooding. To take part, learners can wear non-uniform and bring a $2 coin donation. Learners are encouraged to wear black and red to show their support.


 

Year 7 Boostrix Immunisation Forms

Tue Jun 08 06:46pm

The Year 7 Boostrix Immunisation form is due back this week please.


Please sign and return either the consent or non-consent form to your child’s teacher.



Boostrix Information Video

Concerned about your child’s internet use? Need strategies to keep them safe?

Mon Jun 07 06:42pm

Netsafe Parent Workshop Evening


Tuesday 22 June @ TNIS


Last term we hosted a parent presentation about online safety run by NETSAFE. This term we will hold NETSAFE parent workshops to provide you with practical ideas that you can use to keep your children safe whilst they are online.


The workshops will be based on parents’ common concerns about online safety. We would like to ensure that the workshops are tailored to the concerns of TNIS parents and would appreciate you taking 2-3 minutes to fill out the short survey via the link.


Netsafe Parent Workshop Evening – Concerns


The workshops will be held on Tuesday 22 June at 6:30pm in the school library.


Ngā mihi,


TNIS Staff

Important Reminder – School Closed Friday 4 June

Thu Jun 03 07:50pm

School is closed tomorrow, Friday 4 June. Staff will be attending a professional learning day with other local schools.

PARENTING TWEENS & TEENS THROUGH STRESS & ANXIETY

Thu Jun 03 03:41pm

PARENTING TWEENS & TEENS THROUGH STRESS & ANXIETY


This group is for parents with children age 11 – 18 and goes from 10.30 am – 12.30 pm every Wednesday for 4 weeks from 9th – 30th June at the Hearts & Minds Community Hub in Northcote. The group is free and run by an experienced youth counsellor. For more information please click on the link for more information. Anyone interested can register at learning@heartsandminds.org.nz.


 



Parenting Tweens and Teens Through Stress Anxiety

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Tue Jun 01 05:12pm

 



Newsletter – Week 5, Term 2 2021

Important Reminder – School Closed Friday 4 June

Mon May 31 01:33pm

School will be closed this Friday, 4 June.  Staff will be attending a professional learning day along with other local schools.

Student Photo Packs – Photolife

Mon May 31 01:20pm

Students will be bringing home their Online Photo Access Key slips this week.  Photos are viewed and ordered online.  Delivery is free for all orders placed by Sunday 27 June.

REMINDER: Parent Evening Thursday 3 June – Helping your child become confident and capable at school. Dr Judith Locke

Fri May 28 07:55pm

 



Parent Evening – Dr Judith Locke

Badminton Registration is now open. Please see Katrina in the sports office to sign up.

Tue May 25 01:05pm

Registrations close Monday 28th of June


Badminton starts on Monday 2 August.


Boys play on Mondays and Girls play on Wednesday 4pm – 5.30pm @ the North Harbour Badminton Centre, Forrest Hill.


  


Badminton

Would you like to learn some strategies to help your child become more resilient?

Fri May 21 07:12pm

Judith Locke Parent Evening – Thursday 3 June at Westlake Boys’ High School, 6pm – 8pm


Dr Judith Locke is a clinical psychologist and former teacher who specialises in parenting and child well being. She is the highly acclaimed Australian author of The Bonsai Child.


Judith will use the latest research and her clinical experience to show practical, positive, and effective strategies parents can use to help their child become more resilient and motivated at school and in their schoolwork. Judith will discuss how to help your child build on their strengths, and assist them to cope with the developmental changes of different ages and stages while maintaining family harmony.


To register, go to – https://judithlocke.eventbrite.co.nz


 

Bully Free Week and Pink Shirt Day – Friday 22 May

Wed May 19 03:37pm

This week we are focusing on our goal to become a bully-free school. At our assembly on Monday, learners were introduced to some strategies to help them stop bullying from happening.


This video is a great conversation starter for talking about bullying and standing up for others. Try watching the video with your child and talk about their role when they see bullying or are the recipient of bullying behaviour.


To show our support for Bully-Free Week, TNIS is holding a Pink Shirt Day on Friday. Learners can wear mufti but they must wear at least one item of clothing that is either pink or red to show their support for The Mental Health Foundation’s Pink Shirt Day.


 

Our latest newsletter is now available.

Tue May 18 03:52pm

 



Newsletter Week 3, Term 2 2021

School Uniform Purchases

Tue May 18 10:53am

From 1 March 2021 uniform is sold off site at The Uniform Group, U Shop at Unit 10, 54 View Road, Wairau Valley, Auckland. Please note that all online orders need to be collected from Unit 10. 



Uniform Group Shop – Term 2 Hours



Uniform Price List

Opportunity for accomplished players in Years 4 to 8 who wish to develop their musicianship skills in orchestral and band performance.

Tue May 18 09:39am

We are delighted to tell you about an opportunity for accomplished players in Years 4 to 8 to develop their musicianship skills in orchestral and band
performance. Part of the opportunity is to perform at the Auckland Primary Principals’ Association Music Festival on two nights during November at the Auckland Town Hall.


Please click on the link below for more information and how to register.



APPA Orchestral Opportunity

AIMS Individual Sports Entries close on May 14 – Please click on the below link to register your child for the AIMS Games Individual Sports.

Thu May 13 02:35pm

We are at the stage of registering INDIVIDUAL competitors to the AIMS Games 2021. (The team entries will be done at a later date once those teams have been decided on). This form is to confirm that you want your child to attend the AIMS Games 2021 for their individual sport. Please complete this form by the 14th May 2021


We are required to register your child for the AIMS Games and send them the entry fee payments. (The AIMS Games Trust has a strict NO REFUND policy from the 9th of June NO EXCEPTIONS!)


As your child is entering as an individual, it will then be up to you to organise your child’s accommodation, transport and support/supervision for this competition. Please be aware that most hotel/motel/backpackers accommodation in Tauranga has already been booked by schools around NZ, who are sending teams to compete at AIMS. We would recommend that you check that you can get accommodation before committing your child to this event.


It is important that parents check that their child meets any qualifying standard for their chosen sport. There are some sports that have either have qualifying criteria or subscription limits please make sure you check the AIMS website – Sports – so you understand these requirements.



AIMS Individual Entry

Squash Zone Day Sign up sheet is on the sports notice board for all squash players that might be interested.

Thu May 13 11:36am

ICAS Exams – REGISTRATION NOW OPEN

Mon May 10 07:35pm

Kia ora TNIS Whānau,


ICAS stands for International Competitions and Assessments for Schools. Run by the University of New South Wales, it is an optional skills-based assessment. All ICAS tests have a multiple choice answer format and parents see ICAS tests as a chance for students to practise a formal external exam.


This year, Takapuna Normal Intermediate School is offering ICAS exams in English, Mathematics and Science. ICAS Assessments are offered for parents reference only – they are not used for TNIS assessment. ICAS exams are now all online.


Registration Dates: (Registration MUST have been made by these dates. Registration WILL NOT be available after these dates.)


– English: Sunday 1 August


– Science: Sunday 8 August


– Maths: Sunday 15 August


Sitting Dates:


– English: Tuesday 17 August


– Science: Tuesday 24 August


– Maths: Tuesday 31 August


Please note: in order to sit the exams, learners must have their own device at school – not a phone. We recommend a laptop or Chrome Book.


Both registration and payment for ICAS are now managed through the ICAS website, completely independent of TNIS.


To access the Parent Payment System click on the link below and use the school code: HGT604


Parent Payment System

Korean/Chinese/Japanese Parents Morning Tea

Mon May 10 12:31pm

Takapuna Normal Intermediate School would like to invite you to a Morning Tea for all Korean/Chinese/Japanese parents and caregivers.


The morning tea will be on Friday 14th May between 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM in the TNIS library. Please sign in at the office on your arrival. TNIS Cultural Leaders will assist your way to the library.


We will be providing you with a brief overview of what we do at TNIS to create a culturally responsive school, provide opportunities for you to give feedback and discuss ways we can work together to help your child succeed in school as a culturally competent learner. Cultural Leaders along with others will share their learning with you. Following our morning tea, you are invited to attend the School Talent Show that will take place in the Auditorium.


Please click on the RSVP button below and fill in the google form to indicate your intentions to attend by Thursday 13th May.


We look forward to meeting you all.


Sun Lee – Pupuke Kāhui Ako Within School Lead (slee@tnis.school.nz)
Kathy Young, ESOL and Learning Support Teacher (kyoung@tnis.school.nz)
Sophia Yang – Teacher Assistant & International Liaison (syang@tnis.school.nz)


RSVP

ARA Lodge/APPA Stringed and Piano Music Competition

Wed May 05 06:50pm

The Irish Lodge [ARA] in association with APPA are once again holding this prestigious music competition for primary-intermediate aged children in Australasia. This gives our young talented students public performance experience, feedback on their musicianship and provides a talent pool of soloists for the APPA Music Festival. There are significant financial prizes as well.


The competition takes place on Sunday 26 September with preliminary rounds taking place in early September if required. If your child is a very talented piano and/or string musician who has attained Grade 5 or higher, please read, complete,  and send the competition forms attached. 
Conditions of Entry



Application Form

Robotics and 3D Design – After School Activities

Wed May 05 08:42am

A new round of Robotics and 3D Design classes are on offer after school this term. Please click on the links below for more information and to sign up.



Robotics

3D Design

Our latest newsletter is now available.

Tue May 04 05:12pm

 



Newsletter – Week 1, Term 2 2021

Second Hand Uniform Sale – Tomorrow Afternoon

Mon May 03 05:07pm

Tuesday the 4th May, 3.30pm to 5pm, TNIS central courtyard, via reception. Please note, the Northcote Rd gate will only be open from 3.15pm after the buses have departed.

Approximate pricing shown below (depending on condition):
New Style Jackets $40
Old Style Jackets $20
Hoodies $25
Jumpers $20
Polo Shirts $10
Shorts/Skorts $10-15
PE Shirts/Shorts $10

REMINDER – SCHOOL CLOSED TO LEARNERS THIS MONDAY 3 MAY

Fri Apr 30 06:35pm

Kia ora,


A reminder that our school will be closed to learners this coming, Monday 3 May. Our teachers will be involved in professional development that day.


This teacher only day is one of the 8 accord days that were given to schools as part of the Primary Teachers’ Collective Agreement last year.


Ngā mihi,


TNIS Staff

School Update

Thu Apr 15 03:49pm

Kia ora parents and whānau


Thanks for all of your support of our playground strategies over the last few weeks. We are pleased to inform you that there has been a definite increase in overall positive and acceptable behaviour.


Therefore from today, we will allow learners to be in bigger groups in the playground. However, if there are groups that show any intimidating and/or unacceptable behaviour, these groups will be asked to break up and some learners may be withdrawn from the playground.


Ngā mihi,


TNIS Staff

School Closed for Teacher Only Day – Monday 3 May

Thu Apr 15 06:35am

Kia ora,


A reminder that our school will be closed to learners on the first day of Term 2, Monday 3 May. Our teachers will be involved in professional development that day.


This teacher only day is one of the 8 accord days that were given to schools as part of the Primary Teachers’ Collective Agreement last year.


Ngā mihi,


TNIS Staff

Upgrade of Rooms 1 – 4

Wed Apr 14 04:54pm

Kia ora parents and whānau of learners in Rooms 1 – 4,


Please click on this link for important information about an upcoming upgrade to Rooms 1 – 4.


Ngā mihi,


TNIS Staff

Onepoto House and Enviro Class Winners – Mufti Day Tomorrow

Wed Apr 14 04:42pm

Kia ora parents and whānau,


As the winning house for Term 1, Onepoto has a free mufti day tomorrow.


Rooms 1, 11, 14 and 19 also have a free mufti day as they have tied for the class Enviro Award for Term 1.


If your child has specialist classes tomorrow, they will need to wear closed in shoes and have their hair tied back. No hoop or long earrings.


Ngā mihi,


TNIS Staff

Second Hand Uniform Sale

Tue Apr 13 12:29pm

Tuesday the 4th May, 3.30pm to 5pm, TNIS central courtyard via reception.  Please note, the Northcote Rd gate will only be open from 3.15pm after the buses have departed.


 


Approximate pricing shown below (depending on condition):


New Style Jackets                   $40


Old Style Jackets                    $20


Hoodies                                   $25


Jumpers                                  $20


Polo Shirts                               $10


Shorts/Skorts                          $10-15


PE Shirts/Shorts                      $10

Onepoto House Term 1 House Points Competition Winner – Free Mufti Day on Thursday 15 April

Tue Apr 13 10:57am

Congratulations to the Onepoto House learners for winning this term’s House Point Competition.


Learners in Onepoto House may wear mufti on Thursday this week.

Girls’ Self-Defence Course June 5 & 12 – limited spaces still available

Tue Apr 13 10:01am

Kia ora parents of TNIS girls,


There are a few spaces still available on the June 5 & 12 Self Defence Course. Please click here for information and to register your daughter.


Ngā mihi,


TNIS Staff

Orienteering Zone Day sign up sheet is on the sports notice board. The day is held at Long Bay Regional Park on the 6th May 2021.

Tue Apr 13 09:15am

Online Safety Presentation – This Thursday 15 April, 6:30pm – 7:30pm

Mon Apr 12 06:34pm

Kia ora TNIS parents and whānau,
A reminder that this Thursday, we will be hosting Netsafe presenters in our school auditorium.


Parent and Whānau Session – Managing Online Safety – 1 hour presentation including Q & A


NOTE: The session is for parents only. We are scheduling a presentation for our learners early in Term 2.



The whānau session will cover:
– Harmful Digital Communications – what is it? How to recognise it as parents and as a young person? – What practical steps can one take to reduce, prevent, and respond to online harm?- Important conversation starters to have with your children about their technology use and how these can help reduce the risk.- Understanding the digital landscape – latest statistics on young people’s experiences online.- Supporting families to understand that not all screen time is equal. Distinguishing between active and passive use.- Community connections – how our interactions between young people, parents, teachers, and other professionals can provide guidance and support.


Parking will be available on our school basketball courts via the Northcote entrance.



Ngā mihi,
TNIS staff

Camp Lost Property

Mon Apr 12 03:38pm

We have a number of unclaimed items from our Raglan camps. Please watch the video of the lost property items by clicking on the link below.


If you recognise any of the items, you or your child will need to collect them from the school office by 3pm this Friday. Any items left unclaimed after that date will be given to charity.


 



Camp Lost Property 2021

School Donations

Mon Apr 12 01:32pm


School Donations at TNIS


You can claim back 33.33c for every dollar you spend on donations (where donations are greater than $5). Kindo sends an automatic donation reciept for this purpose at the time of payment, but there is now a handy summary also available:


Log in to myKindo.co.nz and go to My Orders.
Choose record type ‘Donation Receipts’.
Set the date range.
Select Download Summary for IRD tax return to get a PDF document suitable for attaching to your tax return (containing all school donation amounts paid in the year). Individual donation receipts can also be downloaded as required, or several can be selected and downloaded into a zip file.
Information is available on support.mykindo.co.nz


NOTE: Kindo cannot change the details on your donation receipt, so please ensure your Account Holder name is correct BEFORE paying any donations.

Free Girls’ Self-Defence Courses – May and June

Thu Apr 08 04:51pm

Kia ora TNIS whānau,


Once again, our school has been given the opportunity to offer Year 7 and 8 girls at TNIS a free self-defence course through The Women’s Self-Defence Network. The courses are held onsite at TNIS and have been very popular over the past few years.


Please click on the link below for further information about the courses and how to register your daughter.


Ngā mihi
Self-defence Courses – Information

Our latest Newsletter is now available.

Thu Apr 08 09:23am

Newsletter Week 10, Term 1 2021

Do you really know what your child is doing online?

Wed Apr 07 06:38pm

Kia ora TNIS parents and whānau,


Just in time for the school holidays, next Thursday, we will be hosting Netsafe presenters in our school auditorium.


Parent and Whānau Session – Managing Online Safety – 1 hour presentation including Q & A


This session will cover:


– Harmful Digital Communications – what is it? How to recognise it as parents and as a young person? 
– What practical steps can one take to reduce, prevent, and respond to online harm?
– Important conversation starters to have with your children about their technology use and how these can help reduce the risk.
– Understanding the digital landscape – latest statistics on young people’s experiences online.
– Supporting families to understand that not all screen time is equal. Distinguishing between active and passive use.
– Community connections – how our interactions between young people, parents, teachers, and other professionals can provide guidance and support.


Parking will be available on our school basketball courts via the Northcote entrance.


Ngā mihi,


TNIS staff

Reminder: Curriculum Information Evening – TONIGHT at 6:30pm in the school library

Wed Apr 07 03:01pm

Kia ora TNIS parents and whānau,



This evening we are holding a Curriculum Information Evening. The purpose of the evening is to provide you with information about:
– How our curriculum is different to primary school level- How our learners are extended/prepared for their transition to high school


– How assessment data is used to tailor our teaching programmes


– How you as parents and caregivers can support learning at home.


Parking is on the basketball courts via the Northcote entrance.


Please join us at 6:30pm this evening in our school library. We look forward to seeing you there.



Ngā mihi,
TNIS staff

Curriculum Information Evening – Wednesday 7 April at 6:30pm in the School Library

Fri Apr 02 06:50pm

Kia ora TNIS parents and whānau,


This coming Wednesday we are holding a Curriculum Information Evening. The purpose of the evening is to provide you with information about:


– How our curriculum is different to primary school level
– How our learners are extended/prepared for their transition to high school
– How assessment data is used to tailor our teaching programmes
– How you as parents and caregivers can support learning at home


Please join us at 6:30pm this Wednesday in our school library. We look forward to seeing you there.


Ngā mihi,


TNIS staff


 

Netball Squad Training CANCELLED TODAY due to the inclement weather.

Thu Apr 01 02:46pm

Recent Incidents at school

Wed Mar 31 05:02pm

Smales Farm
We have had a few queries about TNIS Learners walking and riding through Smales Farm before and after school.  Due to some incidences mainly involving older secondary students, Smales Farm has asked us to discourage our learners from cutting through on weekdays.  However, learners who are catching a bus or meeting a parent at Smales Farm may cut through.


Playground Behaviour
Yesterday, we had a playground fighting incident.  The learners involved have been identified and strong consequences have been put in place in accordance with our school guidelines.  Their parents have been contacted and fully support our expectations and subsequent consequences.  We are working with the learners involved to ensure that our school is a safe environment. We encourage learners to let their parents and teacher know about any instances of unacceptable behaviour so that we can take immediate action.


Please encourage your children to stand up for others and report anything they are concerned about immediately.  All reports of unacceptable behaviour are treated confidentially and are fully investigated.


Until the end of the term, there will be extra playground supervision in place.


Learners can also email concerns to Stopbully@tnis.school.nz

CAMP BUSES – Arrival Time Update

Wed Mar 31 01:33pm

Our buses currently have an estimated arrival time of 3:15pm. If you are intending to pick up your child, please enter at the Northcote Rd entrance AFTER 3.15pm when the gate will be opened and parking on the courts available. Due to the weather, parents can wait in the school hall.  We will send a further alert if we need to update the estimated arrival time.Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.

Table Tennis. Teams of 3 can sign up at the sports office. Entries close 14 April.

Tue Mar 30 04:11pm

THE COMPETITION


  A school is invited to enter a maximum of sixteen 3 player teams. 
  A team may consist of boys, girls or play as a mixed team.
  Every player gets to play 5 matches per night. Matches will be the best of 3 games (sets) up to 11 points


VENUE
 Games will be played at the North Harbour Table Tennis Stadium – 5a Akoranga Drive, Northcote (behind the Y.M.C.A.). 


DATES


 Commences Wednesday 12th May, 2021 – Concludes Wednesday 7th July, 2021, a total of 9 weeks.


 

Hockey Players – If anyone is interested in playing hockey we are looking for 2 players to join our 6 aside team. Email sport@tnis.school.nz

Tue Mar 30 10:10am

Boys Softball and Girls Tennis Zone Days have been cancelled for today due to the weather.

Tue Mar 30 08:21am

The girls softball zone day to be held tomorrow has been cancelled due to the weather.

Sun Mar 28 08:39pm

CAMP BUSES Rooms 13, 14, 15, 16 – Arrival Time Update

Fri Mar 26 02:05pm

Our buses currently have an estimated arrival time of 3:20pm. If you are intending to pick up your child, please enter at the Northcote entrance AFTER 3.15pm when the gate will be opened and parking on the courts available.
We will send a further alert if we need to update the estimated arrival time.Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.

CAMP BUSES Rooms 1, 2, 3, 4 – Arrival Time Update

Wed Mar 24 12:38pm

Our buses currently have an estimated arrival time of 2:45pm. If you are intending to pick up your child, please enter at the Northcote entrance BEFORE 2:40pm and park on the basketball courts. (The Northcote gate will CLOSED after this time).
Once the buses arrive, children will bring their bags to the courts to meet you. Once parked, you will need to wait until all three buses have arrived, been unloaded and left before you may leave.
The Northcote entry gate will remain closed until all cars parked on the courts have exited.


We will send a further alert if we need to update the estimated arrival time.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.

Music at TNIS

Wed Mar 24 12:08pm

Kia Ora parents and caregivers,


We would like to collect some information to enable the Performing Arts department to tailor the extracurricular activities on offer at TNIS.


We are interested in finding out about learners that take instrumental lessons and what instruments they play. This can be inside or outside of TNIS.


Please click on the link below if your child DOES take instrumental lessons.


If your child does not take instrumental lessons you do not need to click on the link


Ngā mihi,


Laura Gardiner
Performing Arts Specialist
lgardiner@tnis.school.nz
Instrumental Lessons

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Wed Mar 24 11:13am

 



Newsletter Week 8, Term 1 2021

As an IB school, these Learner Profiles are the foundation of the IB PYP learning experience

Inquirers – Thinkers – Communicators – Risk Takers – Knowledgeable
Principled – Caring – Open-Minded – Balanced – Reflective

Latest ERO Report

School Payments

Prospectus for enrolment 2021