The last school week of the year is here, and what a year it’s been. I am immensely proud of our amazing students and dedicated kaiako (teachers).
It’s hard to believe that Term 4 only has six weeks left!! And no doubt, they will be busy, action packed weeks.
Notwithstanding the challenges of the continued unpredictable weather, it has been an action packed last couple of weeks.
Fresh from an amazing day at Rippa yesterday we turn our head to Cross Country next week.
Student achievement was a focus at our board meeting last week.
It has been great to see a little bit more sunshine of late, and I know our students have loved the opportunity to get out and play in the fresh air.
Mānawati a Matariki! It has been fantastic to see Matariki increasingly recognised and celebrated far and wide.
I am excited by our upcoming Matariki celebration on Wednesday, 22nd June.
Last week we celebrated Bully Free Week NZ culminating in ‘Pink Shirt Day.’
The holidays were a great time to reset and refresh after what was a tricky term punctuated by a constantly changing landscape...
While we’re in the middle of the surge, with the recent announcements around the removal of vaccine mandates in education...
Our students are remarkable! Already there have been challenges this term, and with our camps and otherevents being postponed they could be forgiven for feeling aggrieved.
As this week draws to a close, Phase 3 has arrived and it feels as though we are all collectively holding our breath as Omicron marches inexorably onwards.
I have loved every minute of my first two weeks here at Pukehou School.
Greetings everyone to our last newsletter for the year, and what a year it has been for everyone associated with school.
The term is certainly flying by with only 3 weeks left of the school year.
Thank you to all our parents who are following the rules.
Welcome back to Term 4 everyone. I hope you all had a great long weekend and enjoyed some family and friend's time.
It is so great to see everyone back after almost four weeks of lockdown. Well done to everyone for getting through this challenging, but necessary time.
What a busy few weeks we have had here at Pukehou. It has been wonderful to see our students excited and participating to the best of their abilities at the recent Onga Ts tournament.
Welcome back to Term Three. We hope you and your family have all had a lovely two weeks over the holiday period together.
I hope this newsletter finds you all well and managing to stay warm.
School’s run on the collaboration and partnership of professionals, parents and the communities that we serve.
What a fantastic couple of weeks we have had with our students getting out and about, as well as being involved in many exciting activities in school.