If you are interested in finding out more about what our students are learning then please take a look at our curriculum reports page. Our latest report is on our Term 2 2014 Science Unit on light and sound energy.
On Saturday 13 September four of our students represented Te Totara at the Great Waikato Spelling Bee. There were around 230 students and 58 schools in the event.
Cooper W came first in the Year 5 section and third overall (including the Year 6 students). He won a medal and some prize money. Congratulations Cooper!
The superb results from each of our students - Jordana, Cooper J, Anna and Cooper W - meant that we were also the winning school in the primary competition. We received $200 prize money, a trophy and each of the students got a medal. Well done spellers! We are proud of your efforts.
If you've been in the Ra pod recently you will have seen the amazing work being done on creating model houses. Our Te Totara Times reporters have explained what is going on.
Pirates of the Curry Bean
Only one more week until our big school production, Pirates of the Curry Bean. Our Te Totara Times reporters have taken photos of the main cast practicing.
Our Year 3-6 students have been busy rehearsing for our humorous school production, Pirates of the Curry Bean. Tickets are available to purchase at the school office, however both our 7pm night shows are now sold out. For more details please refer to our latest newsletter.
Our Te Totara Times reporters have written about last week's Daffodil Day. Thank you to everyone who donated money, we raised over $800 for the Cancer Society.
Ice Bucket Challenge
To the delight of our students Mr Sheedy did the Ice Bucket Challenge last Friday, which involves having a bucket of icy water poured over your head to raise awareness and money for charity. Way to go Mr Sheedy!