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Tuesday, 28 Jun 2022
Cancellations, Emergencies
LE MTB riding cancelled
Winter Sports Cancellation
40 HOUR FAMINE 1-3 July
Leisure Education Rotation 2
Māori Leadership Team - Y8s
PALs Basketball Tournament
PALS meeting
Social Awareness Team
Stolen scooter
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Choir 10am today
Dance Practice - Galaxy Far Far Away 🌟
Dance Rehearsal Star Warts - DIDDLY SQUITS FRIDAY ****
Hip Hop Crew - video for competition
Jazz Band @ 9:30am today
Major Production 2022 - Tuesday Rehearsal
Performing Arts Leadership
Theatre Sports Practice
Netball Umpiring
Basketball - Eagles & Lakers
Basketball - Friday Teams
Basketball - Friday Teams
Ki o Rahi Final
Korfball School Holidays
School Tracksuits - Cross Country
Winter Sport - Tuesday afternoon



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Inventionator 2022

Neve,Tui and Allana, H3, were all participants in Inventionator 2022. After a couple of weeks of prep work, they stepped into the online world to work with students from around New Zealand to innovate and develop ideas which they then pitched for a spot in the finals. Read Neve's summary for the best news of the week:"The Inventionator Experience was really cool. Inventionator is a competition you get to do on Zoom and Gather where you get to pick a base idea/problem, for example, my idea was 'Turning Rubbish into Something New' Then you get put into a group with other people that chose that topic. (Groups of 3-5) You must then create a way to do/fix that idea/problem. Our group of five ended up designing a way of turning toxic plastics (Non-recyclable) into 3D printer filament. After creating your idea you must create a speech and a slide presentation to pitch to the judges. My team was made up of five people, Myself, Neel (Cashmere Primary School), Golina (Riccarton High School), Ruby (Riccarton High School), and Jakob aka Music (Maraetai Beach School). Our group name was 'The Plastic Police'. After much great teamwork and a couple of arguments about what the app logo might look like, we managed to win! It was a great experience to work with unknown people and get to know them as the challenge went on. I had been working pretty hard all week so it was kind of sad when it was over but it was great to win! Good job to my fellow classmates who competed in the challenge as well. If you want to try it for yourself, then do! I highly recommend it to anyone who is interested in designing/engineering things. Wish I could do it again!"

Waka on Avon - Māori Leadership Team

Kaua e rangiruatia te hāpai o te hoe. E kore tō tātou waka e ū ki uta.Do not lift the paddle out of unison. Our canoe will never reach the shore. On Tuesday 17 May, 22 of our Māori Leaders went to Tākaro-ā-poi (Margaret Mahy Park) to participate in a waka experience. After a quick mihi whakatau, we got straight into our mahi in learning the different commands for rowing our waka. The group was split into two, and started paddling the two waka (Mikaere and Jimmy) down the Ōtākaro awa. There were a couple of practice runs then the race was on! The two waka raced each other with the waka Jimmy being the ultimate winner. Tēnei te mihi ki ngā kaihautū o ngā waka me ngā kaimahi o Waka on Avon.  We had lunch and got to enjoy playing at Tākaro-ā-poi before starting our hīkoi back to kura. We followed the Ōtākaro awa and made stops along the way to look at the Whāriki Manaaki that have been placed along the river bank. These whāriki represent the bicultural hītori of Ōtautahi including woven patterns about mahinga kai and the Treaty claim. With sore shoulders and tired feet, we made it back to kura with big smiles on our faces. Tēnei te mihi ki ngā tamariki - Waka on Avon were blown away by your attentiveness and enthusiasm. Tīhei, mauriora!

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