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Year 6 students had a training session with St John’s, where the students learned what to do if they were first on the scene of an accident. They also practised some basic first aid skills such as dealing with bleeding, burns and breaks – and had great fun...

Welcome to the Kauri Class 2021

One of the world’s mightiest trees, the kauri is valued for its ability to stand tall and weather all conditions – which is exactly how we intend to navigate our way through Year 6. This year, we have lots of exciting events, such as school captain...

Young Einsteins

Our Moa Science Week winners were Claire, Dylan, Oscar, Amy and Harper. They had to answer tricky questions on a variety of Science topics and our young scientists were on excellent form. Well done!

Chess Fest…

Today, we had Paul from Chess Power visit us to teach us how to play chess like a Grand Master. We learned all the pieces’ names and movements as well as the rules of combat and how to beat our opponents by squashing their pieces!  ...

Bike Safety

Thank you Bigfoot Adventures for coming in to teach us how to make sure we are safe when riding our bikes. Our day began with checking our helmets for signs of damage and making sure they fitted properly! Then it was onto checking our bikes were roadworthy with the...

Fin-tastic!

Our Moas proved that, not only are they fast on land, but they are also super swimmers as well! Our Y6 athletes took part in the College and Upper Primary Swimming Sports Day – there was lots of splashing, cheering and fun to be had – and our relay teams...

Taskmaster

Week 2 – Alphabet Soup Task: 20 minutes to collect things from A to Z to go in the pot. On your marks, get set….cook!!!    

Beach Picnic 2020

The annual Family Beach Picnic was a great day out  –  sun, sand, swimming and water guns! The Year 6 fundraising also got off to a fantastic start with sausages, dumplings, quiche and bake sale! Thank you to the parents who donated foods and energy in cooking...

Taskmaster

  Week 1: Pinky Pick-up Our teams had to choose representatives to pick up items from the floor using just their pinkies! Each item had to be bigger than a foot and the number of items had to equal the number of representatives. Confused? Our best result: 15...

School Captains

There was a fiercely contested election for the role of School Captain this year. Eleven brave, resourceful students presented themselves to their peers as candidates for the three available positions. Each had put great thought and care into their speeches, videos...

Mighty Moa Class 2020

You thought the Moa was extinct? Not at all – there have been numerous sightings around Gulf Harbour of this amazing creature. Towering above all others, the Moa lived in communities and was capable of fast running speeds  – sociable and sporty –...

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