Kia ora e te whānau,
The last day for our Year 6 ākonga was a chilled morning of getting their wonderful leavers T Shirts signed by friends, other tamariki and kaiako,a BIG thank you to Amanda Williamson for organising this worthwhile venture!
During the morning, the kaiako laid down a challenge to our Year 6’s in the form of multi sports which was played out on the turf. Lots of goals/hits, lots of fun and laughter!
A week ago the ākonga were involved in a wee project where they had to put their handprint on a white board.
Lloyd nailed the board up on the side of the stage so that it can be seen as you walk around the corner into the main forecourt. A few of our leavers decided to have their photos taken with their hands over their own print.
The resident whaakahua decided that she would have a go at getting a whole year photo and managed to capture most of the those present. It was always going to be tricky trying to capture all 51 at the same time!
At the end of the morning some of our Year 4 & 5 tamariki did a haka for the departing ākonga who
in turn gave a response! A very sad moment for all, including the Whanau who were watching.
Below the photos there is a shakey video clip capturing the
All that is left is to say farewell and all the best to the CLASS OF 2022!
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- Tawhai School at the Polyfest 2019
- The Whanau Picnic & Curriculum Expo 2021
- Artsplash 2019
- Friday Fun Day 2021
- Dancesplash 2019
- Central/Northern Zone Athletics 2020
- Year 4 & 5 Assembly 2021
- The Class of 2021 in Photos!
- Year 5 & 6 Camp 2021
- Horoeka Reserve Puanga / Matariki Event 2021
- Stokes Valley Christmas Parade 2020
- Year 6 Leavers’ Dinner & Prize Giving 2021
- The Rock Bottom Production by Craig Hawes 2021
- Interzone Cross Country 2021
- Walkathon & Blue Day
- Tawhai School Cross Country 2021