Term 4, Week 3 - 2020
03 November, 2020 by Hokowhitu School
The Year 4 sleepover and EOTC day out to Nga Manu was a huge success. My sincere thanks to Mrs Gifford Moore,
Miss Bisset and Miss Weeks for their enthusiasm and passion to see this go ahead. Special thanks to the team of
parents who also gave their time to support the staff - staying overnight, food prep, and support with groups on
Friday. We simply couldn’t have done it without you! Ka pai.
Term 4, Week 2 - 2020
23 October, 2020 by Hokowhitu School
What a busy week we’ve had and we really hope that you have enjoyed viewing/ participating in/ and hearing all
about this week’s action!
My sincere thanks to our staff who have all been involved in ‘giving just a little more’ to allow all these activities to go
ahead - Kapa Haka, Choir, Jump Jam, Movie Making, Year 4 sleepover and EOTC day out- wow!! Thank you so much
for the many positive comments we’ve received
Term 4, Week 1 - 2020
16 October, 2020 by Hokowhitu School
Welcome to the always ‘action packed’ Term 4. I know we say we have loads of exciting things planned every term
(and we do), but there is something extra special about the final term of the school year.
Attached with this newsletter is a term calendar - accurate at the time of production. While there are often changes
and/or additions, this gives you a good head start as an overview of this term.
Term 3, Week 10 - 2020
25 September, 2020 by Hokowhitu School
It’s hard to believe that here we are at the end of Term 3. Once again, it has been a unique term with changing
alert levels as Covid19 remains part of our lives. Regardless, we have achieved loads over the term and feel
very confident that wherever it has been possible to go ahead with an event (even if we have had to modify
the timing, audience or the venue) we have done so. Thank you to my team for your flexibility and willingness
to make things happen!
Term 3, Week 9 - 2020
17 September, 2020 by Hokowhitu School
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Our concerns flyer outlines this clearly and is attached to this newsletter. We very much appreciate the
supportive, mutually respectful and positive way so many of you approach the home/school partnership.
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