Volume 15 – Term 2 – 27 May 2021
KIA ORA/GREETINGS TO ALL PARENTS AND FRIENDS OF THE SCHOOL
Sadly, we will be saying goodbye this term to our lovely School Administrator Maree Simpson. Maree is starting a new career in Real Estate and we wish her the very best for this exciting new venture. We are advertising for a superstar to join our team over the next couple of weeks.
SCHOOL ADMINISTRATOR VACANCY
We are seeking a School Administrator to join our team at Turua School. This is a permanent, term time only position, working daily from 8.30am until 12.30pm.
You will be responsible for:
- Normal reception duties such as answering phones, assisting students and parents with queries etc
- Admin support for the principal and teachers
- Ordering stationery and first aid supplies
- Managing student attendance, enrolments and withdrawals
- Managing accounts
- First aid support
Key skills and attributes include:
- A real people person, great with kids, professional and friendly with parents; able to prioritise and multi-task
- An excellent verbal and written communicator
- Excellent phone manner
- Highly organised
- Confident in using a wide range of IT and applications
If you have the right skills and experience we look forward to receiving your application.
Please forward an up to date CV and Covering letter to email@example.com
|31 May||Book Fair – This year the theme is space|
|4 June||Grandparents Day – 9.15am start|
|4 June||Book Fair – Character Parade – 9.15am start|
|7 June||Queens Birthday – School closed|
|14June||Teacher only day – School closed|
|22 June||Marae Visit|
|9 July||Last Day Term 2|
CERTIFICATE OF THE WEEK
|Te ika iti|| Isaac for his excellent reading, writing and maths!|
Carter and Isaac for cleaning up the school at lunchtime without being asked
|Patiki||Lachie for cleaning up the school at lunchtime without being asked|
|Te Wheke||Jade for overall positive attitude to all her class work|
|Mangōpare||Liam U improving his knowledge and strategies in multiplication|
Joey for his attitude and dedication to the Garden to Table Programme.
|Kaitaki Role Model|
The Book Fair Starts on Monday 31 May 2021 and is open for viewing by parents/community members at the following times.
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 8.10am – 8.50am and 3.10pm to 4.00pm
Friday 9.00am to 12.00pm.
Grandparents are invited on Friday 9.15am to come along to the character parade being held in the hall, after which there will be a light morning tea provided by the Garden to Table Group.
Grandparents are then welcome to visit their grandchild in their classroom and to take them to peruse the books in the fair.
Book fair closes at 12.00 pm Friday.
We hope you can all attend, the children will love showing their grandparents their work and their new classrooms.
The Character Parade is on Friday 4th June at 9.15am and all are welcome to attend. We would love all the children to participate in this event as it is a lot of fun. We prefer costumes to be made from bits and pieces around home made with lots of imagination. We are surprised every year by the fabulous costumes the students have created.
We look forward to seeing you there.
We are having a “sports shirt” round up! Do you have a Turua School sport shirt at home? Do you have 2? Can you please return to school any shirts that are not being worn for a current sporting event i.e. hockey.
Please bring shirts TO THE OFFICE – you can leave them on the desk.
If you have a shirt that is being used at the moment can you please email or ring and let me know what number you have (on the inside of neck line). firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message on the absence line 078675003.
We really appreciate your help with this.
GARDEN TO TABLE
This week in Garden to Table students were busy planting seedlings and learning about what flowers attract pollinators in our vege gardens. In the kitchen students made pita breads with herb salad and pumpkin chickpea koftas. Students gave rave reviews of 9 or 10 stars out of 10!””