Last Day of SchoolAs today is the last
day of School there is NO assembly, and our Year 6 leavers have a
"water play" at 1.30. School finishes at 3.00. Our PTA have a great
SALE SALE SALE 2 for 1!
We still have lots of chocolates, lollies, and chips, they need to GO!
2 buzz bars for …………………………….. 50c
2 choc fish for ……………………………… 50c
2 marshmallow bunnies for ………………50c
2 dairy milk chocolates for ………………. $1
2 peppy chews for …………………………. $1
2 packets of poppa jacks/chips for …….. $1
2 packets of lollies for ……………………. $1
Come and see them outside the hall today FRIDAY from 2.30PM.
It was wonderful to see everyone on Tuesday at our end-of-year celebration. There were entertaining performances by the students and some deserving recipients of our STAR awards. Our Facebook page has photos of the night.
The amazing students at Te Totara have learned some wonderful art skills and their work was on display on Tuesday and Wednesday. Our fantastic Visual Arts team have now placed the exhibits around the school. For more photos click here.
Organisation for 2014
To find out what room your child is in next year:
-Log onto the parent portal
-Enter your user ID and password, they were sent to you with the Learning plan
-Go to my child
-Click on General Records
-Click on other details
To find out the teacher for the room check our last newsletter.
Donation from North Hamilton Lions
Te Totara Primary School received a donation from the North Hamilton Lions at assembly for $18,000 to support a swimming pool at school. This was from the proceeds of a Quiz night and was the first event of this newly formed service club. To find out more about the pool which is due to be up and running at Te Totara in March 2014 visit http://www.poolsinschoolz.com/.
The North Hamilton Lions are a newly established service group which meet together to support each other, the community and have fun! For more information on joining this fun group contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Building work has begun and is providing great inspiration for Orion 9's writing.
To see the new developments please click on the links below:
These students represented Te Totara Primary School on Tuesday 26th of November at the Fairfield Cluster Athletics Competition held at Southwell School. Each and every one of them performed their absolute best and achieved some amazing results. As soon as we receive these results, we will share them with you. Thank you for being such star athletes, you were truly amazing. Mrs Kirkham and Miss Dunbar would like to personally thank the students for showing such great sportsmanship and support to their team members, and to thank the parents for their ongoing support and for being there on the day to support the team as a whole.
In the final week of the Marama team's unit on Keeping Ourselves Safe, Constable Adrienne Clarkin came to talk to their classes about adults who help us in the community. She told students how police help keep us safe. The children were asking questions about her uniform and the equipment she carried with her. That was when Constable Clarkin showed everyone the handcuffs.