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School phone - We have a school mobile which can be used to text absences etc to school. It will also be used to contact
families that have a cellphone as sometimes this is the only means of communication.
The phone no. is 02102248428
Paying by internet banking - If you would like to pay school fees, camp fees etc by internet banking below is the account no.
ASB 12 3093 0156736 01 Please put your child’s name and a reference.
School Donations are due $70 per family, $50 for 1 child
We need your empty Colgate Toothpaste Cartons! Drop all cartons to Room 1
We’re asking everyone we know to raid their bathrooms and check their recycling bins,
ask your friends, family, every carton counts.
JB3 Kamo Rugby Club players needed:
We are seeking a couple more 9 year old players for this cool team. The team practices on a Thursday night between 4.30 and
5.30 at the Kamo Rugby Club. All games are on Saturdays and always at Kensington Park. If you’re interested, please phone
the Coach, Chris Martin, on 4353002 or 021889147. You may also ph team manager, Emily on 4356393 or 021403370.
Lost Property - Please make sure children’s clothing is named. We seem to have a lot of items coming to the lost property
World Vision 20 hour famine - All famine money to be sent in asap please.
Advertising in the school newsletter - If you have a business you would like to advertise in the school newsletter. Please
contact the school office for details.
Whanau Support Meeting - All whanau are welcome. We are looking at making new uniforms and poi for the Kapa Haka
group. Thursday June 16th 5.30pm -7.00pm
Staff Car Park
Please do not use the staff car park to pick up or drop off children. This area is limited in size and simply cannot
accommodate this every morning and afternoon.
Holiday Programme 18th - 29th July , Oscar & CYFS approved. Fun filled activities, ages 5-12 More information drop into the
Whangarei Aquatic Centre or phone 09 4307042.
Kamo High School Girls Hockey team are fundraising to travel to NZ Secondary Schools Tournament Week in Dunedin in
August. Garage Sale at the Kamo High School Hall 7.00am start Saturday 11 June 2011.
Zumbatomic classes are kid-friendly routines with all the music kids love, like hip-hop, reggaeton and more. Zumbatomic increase
a child's focus & self confidence, boosting metabolism and enhancing coordination.
Mondays St Johns Church (Golden Church - Kamo Rd) 3.30pm $8.00 per class . Leona Burrell 02102245306 http:// [email protected]
Welcome to Kian Bautista, Kiana Brown, Aliya Brown & Katene Brown
who started at Kamo Primary this week.
Saturday Hockey
D Grade black lost won 6-0 POD Holly Groves
C Grade gold lost 3-2 POD Daniellah Patuawa
C Grade white won 3-2 POD Ella McBarron
C Grade boys won 3-2 POD Hayden Reynolds
There are still fees outstanding. Please get them in as soon as possible.
FEES due
C grade $80.00 D Grade $70.00 E Grade $60.00.
Netball won 5-3 POD Anamaraea Mouranga
Practice Thursday nights 3.15pm to 4.00pm at Kamo Primary
Game Saturday 11th June Ct 6 9.30am
Congratulations to the Kamo Thunder basketball team for winning both games last week. Good luck for this afternoon’s game.
Kauri Syndicate Awards
Rm 1 - Brooke Howearth - For your outstanding attitude and awesome work habits always.
Rm 2 - Regan Edwards - For your outstanding role model behaviour and attitude towards
Rm 4 - Nicola Dunn - For your bright positive personality and improved attitude.
Rm 5 - Te Wano Ruma - For your consistently positive attitude and helpful nature.
Rm 6 - Shaydi Smith - For always displaying Kauri Syndicate qualities.
Children who are sick. There seems to be a few illnesses around at present, please if your child is sick
before school it is important you keep them at home to enable them to recover.
Wednesday Lunches- We are desperately short of helpers for the lunches.
If you can help please contact Danelle Knight on 4357 1956
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This newsletter proudly sponsored by Revive Beauty Therapy
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On Friday the 3rd June it was Enviro Day. Each class dressed up in green, and we also
had a poster competition throughout the school. There was a zero waste competition on
Friday as well. Everyone counted how many people they had. Two people from room
11 were selected to go around and collect the zero waste tally points.
1st Rm 11 24
2nd Rm 9 21
3rd Rm 8
Poster competition results
Kowhai 1st Brendan Marais Rm 19
Rimu 1st Carli Nicholson Rm 11
Kauri 1st Philip Kim, Cole Tamaki, Dre’Ani Brooker (combined)
Term 2 8th June 2011
Dear Parents & Caregivers,
Tena koutou katoa,
Your School: At first sight, schools may seem to be separate little worlds, there for your child’s education.
Schools may seem separate from you and your family but you will always have a big role in your child’s
education and learning. With support from the Ministry of Education, New Zealand schools are set up to
give the community a say in deciding how their school works. You are encouraged to become part of our
school world and to help with your child’s learning at home. Your ideas, concerns, needs and aspirations
make our school a special and unique place – it’s your school! Please remember, it is very important to
build a partnership with your child’s teacher and me, the Principal. You have a say in your child’s
education, so this is a great way of sharing your concerns and ideas and getting feedback about your child’s
progress. If you can help our school in any way please feel free to talk to us, we really appreciate your
thoughts, help and ideas!!
‘Your interest and involvement is important’: Research shows that being interested and involved in your
child's learning has a big impact on helping them to fulfill their potential. As a parent or caregiver, you play
a major role in their learning journey from the moment they are born to the time they become an adult.
Working alongside the school will help to equip your child for a future in which they have a strong sense of
well-being and can make a positive contribution to their community.
You can help your child by taking an interest in what they're learning, their homework, and by reassuring
them that to do their best is the most important thing. If you think your child needs extra help you should
talk to myself or your child’s teacher.
How you can help your child to learn
Make sure your child is eating well and getting enough exercise and sleep so that they're ready to
learn when they're at school.
Take an interest in what your child is learning at school and discuss their work with them. Make
sure your child knows their homework is a priority and encourage them to complete it.
Quote for the week:
"The important thing is to dare to dream big, and then take action to make it come true."
Joe Girard
Ken Ward - Principal