Today the year 5's from te Puawai we fortunate enough to have Mrs Seddon for a fun day of art while the year 4's where at the town pool. They look amazing.
Students in Te Putake have been reading the book "The Chocolate Cake". So, they decided to bake one!!
Last Friday, 13th February, Te Puawai had an opportunity to participate in Waka Ama at Lake Ngatu. Thanks to Garth from Sport Northland who provided our children with this experience. He also went through some [...]
Welcome to Te Putake 2015 Kia ora Whanau, For those who I haven’t caught up with yet, my name is Shanley Lennon and I have the pleasure of teaching Te Putake, the roots of the [...]
He iti marangai, tu ana te pahukahuka, He iti pioke no Rangaunu he au tona... This refers to - Small although the pioke may be, great is its wake, as it traverses the might of [...]
Students in Te Puawai had to come up with at least 50 words that meant something to them. This could be anything from favourites (colours, foods, movies), family members, best friends and characteristics to [...]
Hi parents and whanau, Welcome to the 2015 school year! Te Pihi class, representing the seedling of our tree, has 19 eager Year 1 and 2 pupils. We welcome Lincoln to our school and class. This term [...]
Our school has been very fortunate to have to expertise of Mr Jonathan Pirini, who has joined us for two days a week teaching music and sport. Here is a sneak peek of our first [...]
Nga Mihi Nui Kia Koutou, For those who I have not yet had the pleasure of meeting, my name is Missy Subritzky and I am the newest member of Paparore’s teaching team. Our class is [...]
Dear parents and caregivers As part of our inquiry learning topic ‘Me, my family, my friends’ and related maths topic we would very much like a photo of your family. If you have a photo [...]