Monthly Archives: September 2011

Vegetable Gardens

We have an exciting new area within our school – our vegetable gardens. These have been created and developed in a previously unused area of the school and they have now become an attractive focal point. Children have been planting a … Continue reading

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Country Schools Rugby

Last year was the beginning of the much coveted, Country Schools Rugby Competition. This is an annual tournament between Koputaroa, Ohau, Poroutawhao and Oroua Downs Schools. Our schools have displayed exceptional skill, talent and sportsmanship, which embraces and emphasises team … Continue reading

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Sharing of Learning

It was terrific to see so many of you share in your child’s learning last night at our Sharing of Learning Afternoon. It was great to hear the engaging learning conversations and witness the pride of the children sharing, discussing … Continue reading

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Sport Accolades

Tino Pai Rawa/Well Done! to all our children who have participated in winter sports. As the netball, rugby, soccer and hockey seasons draw to a close, our children can be incredibly proud of their successes, achievements and developments in their … Continue reading

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Our Great Community

We have an excellent and supportive community here at Koputaroa. We acknowledge and thank each and every one of you for supporting and contributing to our school in so many ways. Whether it’s through assisting and/or coaching sports teams, listening … Continue reading

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HOT Learning

Have you asked your child what they are learning in HOT Learning? HOT Learning is our Koputaroa approach to inquiry learning, where children are actively involved in asking and seeking information to their own questions. HOT Learning aims to teach … Continue reading

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