Paremata School's Daily News
Ko te Rāhina ko tēnei ra te rua tekau ma toru o Poutū-te-rangi
Term 1 - Week 8 - 2020
Believe in Yourself
Attitude Determines Altitude
Kia kaha e hoa mā!: Let's go team!
Kia kaha e hoa mā!
Let's go team!
Nōu tēnei kōti waiporoporo?
Does this purple coat belong to you?
Another word for purple is pāpura.
Scooters, skateboards, bikes or any other wheels are NOT to be ridden within the school grounds before school starts. Walk your wheels through the gates as you arrive each morning. Scooters, skateboards, bikes or any other wheels are NOT to be ridden within the school grounds before 3.30pm in the afternoon.
Friday Timetable until the end of Term 1
|Wiki Whitu||Wiki Waru||Wiiki Iwa||Wiiki Tekau|
|Nathaniel Ou||Makayla Webb||Genesis/Kees||Amber Wright|
|Nikolai Taiapa||Ryan Collins||Charlee Te Hau||Blaze Boyd|
|Pōtiki Hohaia||Marley Daniel||Alex MacLean||Lily Cooke|
|Zoe Antliff||Sam Sutton||Caden Whitehouse||Lily Griffiths|
|Ava Low||Mika Lyde||Amber Wright||Caden Whitehouse|
|Term 1: Week 8 Roster: KAHIKATEA CAMP Week|
|Mika Lyde||Sam Sutton||Marley Daniel||Ryan Collins||Makayla Webb|
|Makayla Webb||Mika Lyde||Sam Sutton||Marley Daniel||Ryan Collins|
|Ryan Collins||Makayla Webb||Mika Lyde||Sam Sutton||Marley Daniel|
|Marley Daniel||Ryan Collins||Makayla Webb||Mika Lyde||Sam Sutton|
|Sam Sutton||Marley Daniel||Ryan Collins||Makayla Webb||Mika Lyde|
Book Week Monday 30th March to Wednesday 8th April
Venture deep into the ice-cold Polar Regions to the coolest reading expedition ever. It’s time to celebrate books and the joy of reading as we prepare for Paremata School’s Book Week. There will be our usual daily quiz and activities. Plus the very successful “Decorating Your Classroom Window” Competition. Design and decorate your room window based on a book, series of books or an author. This year the Book Character Parade will be held on the Tuesday 31st March at 9:00am on the netball courts
A blizzard of books is blowing in for our Book Week and everyone is invited to chill out in our Wondrous Snow Cave and discover the Arctic Adventure Book Fair: Snow much to read! The Scholastic Book Fair is a reading event that provides the books that kids want to read. It’s a wonderful selection of engaging and affordable books for every reading level. Reading for pleasure, inside & outside school, has real and long lasting benefits. It unlocks the power of information and imagination and helps children discover who they are. All purchases benefit our school.
Students will brave the cold-snap to pre-visit with their classes on 26th, 27th & 30th March and fill in their wish list. Then the Arctic Adventure Book Fair will be open to all before and after school
Mon 30th March, Wed 1st, Frid 3rd, Mon 6th & Wed 8th April
8:30 – 9:00am & 2:30 – 4:30pm
Tues 31st March, Thurs 2nd & Tues 7th April
8:30 – 9:00am & 2:30 – 5:30pm
Bundle up and come to the coolest place to be this term, Emma the Snow Queen
The boys in the waka ama by Angie Belcher (Picture Book - B)
Tahi, rua, toru, wha! Hoea to waka! Meet the team of boys who are training hard for the big competition in this story about waka ama racing!
|Monkey puzzle||by Julia Donaldson||D|
|Heart and soul||by Ann Martin||M|
|Jump!||By Andre Plant||P|
|The curse in the candlelight||by Sophie Cleverly||CLE|
|The beast of Buckingham Palace||by David Walliams||WAL|
|In the key of code||by Aimee Lucido||LUC|
|The ghost of Howlers Beach||by Jackie French||FRE|
|Bust a move||by Adrian Beck||BEC|
FICTION - SERIES
|Absolutely fantastic||by Liz Pichon|
|Haywire||by Claire Saxby||SAX|
|Owly: the way home||by Andy Runton||RUN|
|The adventures of Danny da Vinci||by Rosie Smith||SMI|
You can win one of 12 x $400 My Ride vouchers. Ask your teacher to stamp your card each time you walk or wheel to school or back home. When your card is full, drop it off at Rūma Kōkako to go in the draw.
Did you know we have a ‘scooter school bus’ at our school? These active students scooter to Paremata school most weeks. They meet at Dolly Varden car park and with the help of their parents they scooter across the bridge to school.
1st Half: Mrs McCarthy and Mrs Wall
2nd Half: Rachel and Mrs Bassett