By John Murrihy | Posted: Monday November 4, 2019
One-third of the term gone already! Athletics seems to be the special thing happening this week....
All the best to the students who are competing at the Northern Zone Athletics on Monday (4 November).
Also the Year 0-2 school athletics will be held on Tuesday morning. Please read the article and send your Y0-2 along with everything they need to compete.
This week we have had several cases of students away or presenting with vomiting and/or diarrhoea.
To minimise spread at this time we ask that students stay away from school until they are completely well and for 48 hours after the last episode of vomiting or diarrhoea.
We are doing extra sanitising throughout school and ask that you help us encourage students to regularly and thoroughly wash and dry their hands.
Parents will be contacted immediately and asked to collect students if they present with symptoms.
If you've lost it maybe someone has found it and handed it in. Pink Fluffy is sad!
Churton Park Craft Market
To be held at Amesbury on Saturday 16 November from 2-5pm. See the flyer below.
Book Launch - Children's books written by children
If you are interested in children's books written by children, take the opportunity to attend a book launch at 5.30pm on Saturday 16 November at The Children's Bookshop in Kilbirnie. See the flyer below.
St Brigid's School Fair
The St Brigid's School Fair is on Sunday 10 November 10:30am – 1:30pm.
There will be a great selection of food and heaps of fun for the kids including a bouncy castle, huge blow up obstacle course, games, professional face painting, a box maze and much, much more!
There are some great silent auction items up for grabs, along with spot prizes at our tombola and spin-the-wheel.
For those looking for a bargain, there are quality handmade craft items, plants, books and toys.
A fun day out for all ages! See you there, rain or shine.
Tots to Teens Magazine
The new Oct/Nov issue digital magazine is available here: http://issue1909w.totstoteens.co.nz/
In this issue, we have 25 simple and fun things to dowith your young (and older!) children that you should definitely put on your family bucket list.
We look at the magic of Fairy Tales in helping with children’s reading. Also, how quiet time is good for all kids, as it’s a lifetime skill we can help our kids to learn. We ask the question “What *else* are computers good for?” (as we’re all well and truly over our kids’ desire for gaming) and we look at how to start an early savings plan for university.
Our Food Editor has three very delicious recipes using healthy seeds that are great for nutritious school lunches, and we have an eco-themed family fun page for all to enjoy.
This issue you have the chance to win a $6,500 family holiday to the Gold Coast: Read all about this easy and close destination in our travel story.
Brendan Foot Supersite Round the Bays
The Brendan Foot Supersite Round the Bays event is Wellington’s iconic fun run/walk being held on 16th February 2020. Registrations open 1st November at www.wellingtonroundthebays.co.nz, don’t miss early bird prices!