Welcome Back.

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Yahoo, it is the spring term, weather wise it certainly feels like we have turned a corner. We are looking forward to sunny days becoming the norm.  The days are getting longer and warmer, everything and everyone seems lighter, happier…

School Feels Like School

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We feel like a school again! It was awesome to have all our wonderful tamariki back at school last week, without them school is just a collection of empty buildings sitting in wait. Our tamariki have had a positive transition…

A Relatively Normal Week.

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Well, it has only taken to the end of July to get ‘A Relatively Normal School Week’. Classroom programmes up and running without the consistent disruptions of construction workers. There are now some play space available during break times and…

It Must Be a Sign

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As Phil Wainwright stepped out of the hall on Monday morning he capture this amazing photograph, a rainbow stretching over our Pohutukawa tree and the Ranganui Block. Yesterday felt like the beginning of the school year, returning after a summer…

Christine’s Story Page

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Te Huruhi School is lucky to have the fabulous Christine who looks after our School Library.  Click on the image to open Christine’s Story Page where there are videos of Christine reading some of her favourite picture books. https://christineslockdownstorytime.blogspot.com/2020/04/blog-post.html   

Education for Sustainability 2019

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The Enviroschools Programme The holistic, long-term Enviroschools journey creates fertile ground for a range of learning and action. When tamariki / students connect with their place and its people, and then plan, design and take action, they are creating change….