Congratulations to our Community Committee for hosting the “Mothers at Heart” event. All who attended were made to feel very special indeed! Our Kapa Haka and Glee groups thoroughly enjoyed performing for all in attendance.
Thank you for supporting your child/children to get to school on time. Arriving at school late puts your child/children on the back foot. They need to have that time before the bell so as to get their bag unpacked and the opportunity to catch up with their friends etc.
We are currently updating our records - if you have a preschooler who will be starting school over the next two years, it is really important that we have them on our books. Just email Shelley in the office (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your child’s name, D.O.B, address and your full contact details.Thank you.
Have a great everyone and fingers crossed that we continue to enjoy more settled weather!
Red Beach School
AROUND THE SCHOOL
Whānau Hui Pānui (16 May)
Our whānau hui group meets once per term alongside senior teaching staff to discuss all things Māori within school.
At our recent hui we had an interesting kōrero about how Māori students are being supported and empowered in their wider learning at Red Beach. How we identify strengths in our tauira and engage in a holistic way with tikanga in mind. If you'd like to join the conversation, nau mai haramai, come along to our next hui. (Date to be set).
Our kapa haka roopu is going strong and I'm sure we can all agree their performance at the Mother's at Heart event was fantastic - ka mau te wehi!
Some classes already have their plans underway for the Matariki Festival which will happen in early Term 3. We can't wait to share Mātauranga Māori and enjoy performances, waiata and mahi toi (artwork) from our tamariki.
Ngā mihi, Whānau Hui Roopu
Student Led Conference
What can you expect at a Student Led Conference?
Each child in our school will be hosting a Student Led Conference in week 10 on
Wednesday 28th June 3.15pm -7.45pm (Please note Room 26/27 will be doing theirs on the 21st, more information to come). The conference will last for a maximum of 45 minutes and the following will happen:
- There are six student conferences (12 in our Collaborative classes 24/25 & 26/27) happening in the classroom at the same time. The teacher will make contact with every family at some point during the conference. They are there to support and prompt if necessary but won’t take over from your child.
- Your child will share celebrations and successes and what they might be working on in Life Long Learning and the RICH Hearts.
- Students will tell you what they are learning and their next steps and show evidence of this in their books or learning journals etc.
- A tour around the classroom may include some interactive activities.
- You will also have access to more information about your child's progress through Hero that will be made available on the day.
This is an exciting experience for your child as the Student Led Conference is an opportunity for them to give you a real insight into what actually goes on for your child each day.
You will also have access to more information about your child's progress through Hero that will be made available on the day. The teacher will be available if you do have any questions about your child's progress.
FIND OUT ABOUT HERO REPORTS & DATA
On the night of the 21st June at 6:00pm there will be a webinar for any interested to find out more about what they will see on Hero and how to interpret this data. More details will follow soon on this webinar.
Link below for our uniform, to order visit: www.argyleonline.co.nz - find Red Bach School in the Upper North Island region schools.
Mothers at Heart
|When||Friday June 9th|
|Time Year 0-2||6-7pm|
|Time Year 3-6||7.30-8.45pm|
For all sports enquiries, please email Julie Bluck - email@example.com
HBC PRIMARY SCHOOLS RIPPA FESTIVAL
WHAT A DAY....Five teams from Red Beach School went to Silverdale Rugby Club and had a great fun running around making tags and scoring some GREAT tries. We had 3 boys teams and everyone of them played so well. A great spread of talent and hidden talent. The two girls teams showed the growing skill level girls have with the Oval ball. Incredible they way they played and some of their team tries needed to be on a Sky Sport news reel.
Thank you so much to all the parents that helped on the day.
COMING UP THIS TERM
Water Confidence Programme Yr 1 – Week 7. Starts next Tuesday 6th June
Water Safety Programme Yr 3/4 - Weeks 8 & 9. Starts Monday 12th June
Year 5/6 Inter-school Football Week 8
Congratulations to the following students who achieved a top placing at our annual cross-country day:
Yr 0/1 Girls
1st - Lexi Smith
2nd - Aria Silich
3rd - Stella Delaney
Yr 0/1 Boys
1st - Cameron Osborne
2nd - Michael Bowley-Jeffries
3rd - Fletcher Blackwell
Yr 2 Girls
1st - Misha Simpson
2nd - Ciera Lee
3rd - Izzy Pearson
Yr 2 Boys
1st - Campbell Smith
2nd - Manaia Peters
3rd - Kaeleb Soeiro
Yr 3 Girls
1st - Florence Blackwell
2nd - Farrah Vercoe-Engelbrecht
3rd - Fern Owen
Yr 3 Boys
1st - Lachie Hansen
2nd - Nikau Peters
3rd - Vihaan Perla
Yr 4 Girls
1st - Esther Farmer
2nd - Linique Groenewald
3rd - Jessica Snelgrove
Yr 4 Boys
1st - Harvey White
2nd - Aaron Van De Sandt
3rd - Teddy Reeves
Yr 5 Girls
1st - Paige McGregor
2nd - Sadie Taylor
3rd - Daisy O’Brien
Yr 5 Boys
1st - Riley Barnes
2nd - Micah Hoeft
3rd - Tom Kilian
Yr 6 Girls
1st - Kitty Cox
2nd - Ava Hawkins-Adams
3rd - Charlotte Lees
Yr 6 Boys
1st - Quincey Ganley
2nd - Sam Snelgrove
3rd - Taylor Houwniet
Congratulations to the following year 5 & 6 students who will be representing RBS at the HBC Inter-school Cross Country Champs next term:
Yr 5 Boys - Riley Barnes, Micah Hoeft, Tom Kilian, Harry Davy, Aron Walker,
Finn Bamberry, Zander Alden
Yr 5 Girls - Paige McGregor, Sadie Taylor, Daisy-mae O’Brien, Laroné Groenewald, Sienna Vuletich, Sydney Schiltknecht, Chloe Everiss
Yr 6 Boys - Quincey Ganley, Sam Snelgrove, Taylor Houwniet, Austin King, Hunter Tipene, Louis Mayne, Caden Hendricks
Yr 6 Girls - Kitty Cox, Ava Hawkins-Adams, Charlotte Lees, Charlotte Jennings, Amelia Everiss, Pippa Thompson, Reese Woodward
RBS Steel v RBS Mystics
POD - Indy Pollock RBS Steel v Orewa Shooting Stars
POD - Isobella Tyler
RBS Pulse v Silverdale. RBS won 14-7
RBS Swifts v Orewa Hot Shots. RBS won 19-0
POD - Maddison Walker
RBS Tactix v Silverdale 6/1. RBS won 21-6
POD - Charlotte Lees RBS Tactix v Whangaparaoa Orcas 6/1. RBS won 26-2
POD - Lacey Gornall
RBS Manta Rays v Wentworth Sharks. Lost 1-9
Star Trophy - Charlotte O'Reilly. POD - Anisa Gilbert
RBS Reef Sharks v GHS Stingrays. Won 7-2
Star Trophy - Archie Bickerdike. POD - Caden Smith
RBS Manta Rays v Wainui Surges. Lost 3-8
Star Trophy - Ava Sutherland. POD - Maddie Dale
RBS Reef Sharks v Yr5/6 Mantas
Star Trophy - Caden Smith. POD - Sienna White
WATER CONFIDENCE & WATER SAFETY PROGRAMME
YEAR 1 WATER CONFIDENCE PROGRAMME TERM 2
Week 7 (6th June – 9th June) - rooms 4, 5, 6, 10
Year 1 students will be able to attend a water confidence programme at Northern Arena.
A form will be available through your child’s teacher outlining the programmes' details.
The budget for this is $52 (Covers instruction (4 x 30 minute sessions) and bus fares).
YEAR 3/4 WATER SAFETY/SWIM PROGRAMME TERM 2
Weeks 8 & 9 (12th June – 22nd June) - rooms 11, 15, 16, 26/27, 29
Year 3 and 4 students will be able to attend a water safety/swimming programme at Northern Arena.
A form will be available through your child’s teacher outlining the programmes' details.
The budget for this is $117 (Covers instruction (9 x 30 minute sessions) and bus fares).
We would appreciate your contribution from now on. If we are not able to meet the total budgeted figure for swimming, then we will not be able to proceed as planned.
Payment can be made via one of the following options:
Through your KINDO account, or by transfer to the school bank account:
#12 3107 0083794 00 Please put ‘swim’ & your child’s full name as reference
Eftpos at the school office or cash through the class teacher (please enclose in a named envelope or bag)
You are welcome to pay this in instalments
Years 1 - 4 Water Safety/Water Confidence Programmes held at Northern Arena:
Northern Arena hold a pivotal role of ensuring the safety and providing key life skills to children in the community. Northern Arena’s award winning learn to swim school focuses on changing and saving lives in and around water with learn to swim and water safety programmes.
The programme that your child will be able to participate in at Northern Arena will be held in term two. Below is an outline of what will be provided:
The Schools Learn to Swim program teaches children from years 1-9 to be more comfortable and safer in the water.
Provides individual student assessments at the beginning and end of the programme with feedback to each student.
Caters swimming lessons for all levels and abilities.
Teaches students to swim and survive by learning correct stroke technique and swim fitness.
Alongside the schools learn to swim program is an extremely important and comprehensive, practical boat and water safety module. The Northern Arena School Water Safety and Boat Safety Programme enhances confidence in the water and teaches students key boat and water safety skills with all equipment provided. Key survival skills include:
Floating(Heat Escape Lessening Posture)
Treading Water (in calm and moving water)
Swimming to safety
Submersion and searching
Unaided entry and exits
Life jacket education, skills and practices including ‘HELP’
Boat education, skills and practices
Boat practices in life jackets
The Red Beach School unisex sports uniform is available for purchase through the school. RBS sports shirts are $38 and the sports shorts are $22. The sports shirt is compulsory for students involved in a Red Beach School sports team however, the sports shorts are optional. Both items are available through KINDO.
Please order in advance as orders take up to one week to process.
Keep on chomping and collecting those stickers then return your completed sheets to the school office. Remember, the more Yummy Fruit you eat, the more free sports gear we receive for the school! - forms below.
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