What a fantastic week of midwinter sunshine we have enjoyed this week. It has been wonderful to welcome everyone back to another exciting term of learning at Karapiro School! we look forward to seeing you at student, teacher, parent meetings next week.
Congratulations to our gymnastics team who had a great day at the recent Cambridge Gymnastic Festival. Our performance team placed first in their category and won the best overall team performance at the championships. Congratulations to coach Nikki Willis and the team!
Our principal, David Graham, enjoyed a successful visit to Melbourne looking at high performing schools and their transition to modern learning environments. He was reassured to see that teaching and learning at Karapiro School is up there with the best of what he saw there. A presentation of David’s visit is available by clicking here.
Our parent help programme was in full swing this morning with Amanda, David and Tracey all gifting their time to support learning in the classrooms. Our students LOVED having them there to provide help and feedback. If you have a morning or two to spare, then please contact us if you would like to get involved!
Our school leaders Deon, Josh and Nature are doing a fantastic job in helping to ensure that Karapiro School is a safe, fun and happy place to learn. Every Monday our leaders talk about the virtue we are focussing on for that week. At the moment we are looking at responsibility and what it means to be responsible for our learning, for our behaviour, for our belongings and for our relationships with others.
Hooray, after a few days of inactive links on our website – everything seems to be working well again! Our cloud storage provider Dropbox temporarily disabled the links while a potential security threat was sorted out . So now you can once again enjoy our current and past newsletters and the policy documents on the BOT page!!
We enjoyed a very busy weekend in Cambridge, watching the Duke and Duchess visit our town and lay flowers at the Cenotaph. Some of us managed to get very close to the royal couple! After that we rode out to the Avantidrome to celebrate the opening of the latest section of Te Awa, the Great New Zealand River Ride and the Gallagher Bike Skills Park.