Kapa Haka Performance – THIS Sunday 5th March
We will be performing our Kapa Haka at the SPN Children’s Day Event, Sunday 5th March 2017 at 12noon. Please send us an email to email@example.com if you child will/won’t be attending. We are required at site from 11am for a performance at 12noon. Children to wear school uniform for the performance part only.Swimming – Wednesday 7th March Wk6
Swimming lessons start in Week 6
on Wednesday and Friday afternoons starting Wednesday 7th March
(note date change from Friday 10 March)and then twice weekly from the next week, 14 and 16 March (Wednesday and Friday) until the end of term (not counting Good Friday). There will be 10 lessons in total. Cost for swimming lesson is $30 per child
. We walk down to Selwyn Aquatic Centre, 71 Broadlands Drive for this. We have been asked by the Aquatic Center for all participants to fill in a RCS Swimming Survey
. (This helps with placement of students into groups).
* If your child has been unwell with diarrhoea & vomitting they are not allowed to swim for 48 hours from the last episode.
* The only reason your child will be exempted from swimming is for medical reasons.
* The times are 12:30 – 1:30pm for Te Kakano and 1:30 – 2:30pm for Te Pihinga.
* If your child is NOT going
to be having lessons when the school goes to the Selwyn Aquatic Centre, can you please email: Mrs Gabby Nuthall
with his/her name and Kohanga group, or see her before or after school.Yr 1/2 Fundamental Movement Spectacular – Thursday 23rd March
The Selwyn Sports Trust has teamed up with Lincoln University to implement a Yr 1/2 Fundamental Movement Spectacular. Similar to last years (and this year’s) sports spectacular, only catering for a different year group. The objective of this day, is to give children the opportunity to develop their fundamental movement skills essential to competently and confidently participate in a wide variety of physical activities, sports, and recreational pursuits. Research has shown that children who develop FMS are more likely to engage in sport and physical activity throughout adolescence and adulthood, leading to a healthier lifestyle. Fundamental movement skills are the basic building blocks for more complex and specialised movement skills and patterns. This event is targeted purely at year 1-2 students, this is due to the fact that year 1-2 students do not often get a chance to attend a sporting opportunities outside of school.