Daily Notices for Thursday 1 March
Thursday 1 March 2018 Rāpare tahi Poutū-te-rangi
|All valuable items should be put in your classroom deposit box. If you do not put bus cards/wallets/money/phones etc in the deposit box you are risking these items to go missing.|
|Orchestra: Those pupils interested in joining the orchestra, can you please meet at 9:40am today over at the Technology block across the field.|
|Homework club today after school.|
|School Magazine: Application letters to Miss Waters by Friday – there is a box outside T4 for delivery.|
|Lawn Bowls – practice at the Burnside Bowling Club today between 4pm and 5pm. You must arrange your own transport to and from the club.|
|Te Rā O Te Tamariki – Children’s Day: This year Children’s Day is on Sunday 4th March, 10am – 3pm at the corner of New Brighton Road and Locksley Ave, Burwood. It is a wonderful day to spend time together with a range of activities such as performing arts, craft, sports and games for the whole family.|
|ESOL groups: due to camps, can I please have group 1, 2 and 3 at 11:00am today only. Thanks, Mrs Climo|
|Choir: All interested children please come to the hall at 2:00pm today. No auditions you are all welcome. Many performance opportunities.|
|Korfball today Room 5 vs Room 13|
|Final PCT Trial: Lunch time today. PE Gear is compulsory. No PE gear you will be asked politely to leave. The following students are involved: Lauren, Ben, Ryan (Rm 12). Oliver, Katie, Apphia (Rm 11), Angus (Rm 9), George, Seth, Bonnie (Rm 6), Carsyn (Rm 4), Emma, Noah (Rm 3), Finlay, Niamh, Casper (Rm 1)|
|Crossing Riccarton Road: Please cross Riccarton Rd carefully in the mornings.|
|Water Polo: Draw is not out yet but as soon as it is, it will be posted up outside Room 11, 1 and 6.|
|Clarinet and Saxophone lessons today are at 10:40am in the music room.|
|Niamh and Brooke please see Mr McWhirter at interval – re Jump Jam|
|U16 Girls Rugby open session: Another session is on this Sunday at Bob Deans Fields, North Hagley Park, 12 noon – 1.30pm. Come along and have some fun, there will be Canterbury Women’s team players there with the Farah Palmer Cup!|
Culture Galore is coming! Saturday 10 March at Ray Blank Park, 46 Maidstone Road, Ilam from 12pm to 4pm.
This is a free annual event to celebrate Christchurch’s diverse ethnic culture in a family atmosphere. Stay and witness amazing performances including Japanese drummers and tradition dancing.
Other activities also includes face painting, a bouncy castle, stone carving, Henna tattoo, calligraphy flax weaving, Origami creations and more. There are also a range of food stalls at the event for you get a taste of each part of the world.