Monthly Archives: June 2012

2012 Swimming Sports Results

Congratulations to all our swimmers – you can be immensely proud of your efforts and achievements. Here are the results from our 2012 Swimming Sports: Koputaroa School Swimming Results 2012

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Curriculum Acknowledgement

The New Zealand Curriculum sets the policy direction for learning and teaching in New Zealand schools. The curriculum also allows schools the “freedom” to design and implement their own curriculum, reflective of the students and wider community. Recently CORE Education … Continue reading

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Learning Conferences

Many thanks to all of you for booking a Conference and making the time to see your child’s teacher. We greatly appreciate the conversations we have with you (and your child) to share and discuss your child’s learning, achievement and progress. We know (and research supports … Continue reading

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Horowhenua Schools Choir

Last night was the first night of the Horowhenua Schools Choir Performances. Our Choir performed last night alongside, Te Horo, Shannon, Taitoko and Waitohu. It was a fantastic evening and our Choir were absolutely superb! They sang beautifully and performed … Continue reading

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Te Mahi Kai

At last nights staff meeting, Sonia led us through the third session of our Tikanga Maori/Te Reo professional development. Sonia is guiding us through the resources of He Reo Tupu, He Reo Ora and Te Aho Arataki Marau mo te … Continue reading

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School Donation

Last night the Board of Trustees held a Community Meeting about the notion of a School Donation for Koputaroa School. The Board have been exploring this concept and are keen to gauge community feedback about this. Below is the presentation … Continue reading

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