By John Murrihy | Posted: Sunday May 31, 2020
What's happening this week ....
Our co-curricular lessons have recommenced for Term 2.
We still have a few vacancies if your child is interested taking any of our classes - first in, first served. We have additional teacher hours for those classes that were previously over prescribed. Unfortunately, we are unable to offer gymnastics this term.
School Travel Survey - Impacts of Coronavirus
In light of recent events surrounding Coronavirus and the impact this had on schooling, Wellington City Council would like to know if the school travel behaviour within our whānau has changed since your child/ren have returned to school in Level 2.
This survey should only take 5 minutes to complete and will remain open until Friday 19 June. You can find the link to the survey here.
Don't forget that Kelly Club is back in full swing and has space for your child/ren in both their pre-school and after-school sessions.
Below is next week's Kelly Club programme:
Re-energise and Reconnect After School Sports Programme (Years 1-4) – Friday’s 3.05pm-4.05pm
Get your children (Years 1-4) back into being active, feeling excited about playing sports & having fun with their friends.
This 4 weekly programme gives children skills and confidence in a safe, fun & enjoyable environment. It encourages their enthusiasm for sport & life skills that such involvement brings,
giving them confidence to join sports clubs and teams in the future.
We have limited spaces available, so please enrol online urgently! Sessions start Friday 29 May 2020 for 5 weeks! We would love to see you!
If you haven't seen the latest edition of the local Independent Herald, here's the link. If you are interested and haven't done so already you can sign up to have the online version sent directly to you.
Riprugby - U6 free
Johnsonville Junior Rugby is looking for players to join their U6 and U8/9 combined rip rugby teams which will be mostly played on a Friday nights.
For the U6 it would be great to get new kids to come and try it out and the subscription fee will be waived for this age group. I know trying a new sport for the first time can be an expensive commitment, so removing the cost for our littlest players may help make the decision easier.
As for the U8/9 Combined Riprugby, this is a new grade which has similar rules to rugby, but without the tackling. It is aimed at trying to increase rugby involvement for those that are put off by tackling.
The season is scheduled to start on the 20 June and finish on 31 August. The link to register to play is: https://www.sporty.co.nz/viewform/103332.