Nau mai, hoki mai ki te Kura. Welcome back to Kura!
We hope everybody had a wonderful holiday, and everybody is ready for another exciting, fun filled term of learning.
This term the whānau of Te Roopu Aroha ki Te Reo will continue exploring our Kura waiata, Whakamau. Tamariki will be scientifically investigating the natural world at one of Waikato’s significant places, Maungatautari Ecological Sanctuary. Ka mau te wehi! Whānau, tautoko mai by signing and returning permission slips as soon as possible please. Payment can be made at the office. If you have pātai or kōrero feel free to come and speak with your tamaiti’s kaiako.
Whānau are also invited to Parent teacher interviews Tuesday 9th May, and Wednesday 10th May. Return your time preferences as soon as possible and Kaiako will confirm your session. It’s a first in first serve basis whānau – kia kakama mai e tātou mā!
Finally, tamariki will be running cross country. This is often a challenge however, it is the curriculum and Kaiako are asking whānau to tautoko their tamariki by making sure they are prepared to practice, every day. Eke waka noa e tātou mā.
Nō reira, mēnā he kōrero, he pātai rānei – haere mai.
Ngā manaakitanga o te Atua ki runga i a tātou katoa.
Ngā Kaiako o Te Roopu Aroha ki Te Reo.