Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Newsletter, 2011 term 2, week 11

Sports Reports


The girls won 2 of their 3 games at the Whangamata Tournament! It was really exciting as we finally worked out where everyone should be on the court. Charlotte got 10 goals and L'Shae did really well at GK. The girls once again played really at Coromandel against Manaia. Unfortunately they didn't win but had some great combinations & intercepts. Charlotte got another 4 goals. Thanks to Katey D for helping Manaia out.

Player of the Day:L'Shae

Best & Fairest:Charlotte

We are playing at MBAS at 9.00am on Saturday & practice on Thursday as usual. Mary

Holiday Football -Mercury Bay Football Club has put together a fun holiday program for kids. It’s an awesome way for young footballers to have fun and improve their football skills.

Mercury Bay Holiday Football is aimed at both boys and girls, from beginners to the more advanced young players. There will be skill-based training, so kids can learn the skills and techniques to become better players. There will be plenty of chances to play football based games to practice their newly acquired skills. Suitable for children aged 7 to 16, boys and girls

Where: Mercury Bay Area School Date : 28 , 29 & 30 July 2011

clip_image004Time: 10am - 4pm Who: Players of all abilities

Ages: 7 - 16 years Price: $ 20 per day

Registration forms available at school.

Fishing Competition -I am thinking about organising a fishing competition later this year for the school. If you would be interested in helping, please contact me in the next couple of weeks so we can make a time one evening to meet at school to sit down and come up with a plan to make it happen. Jason Howat 078660542



Sense It -MOTAT would like to invite students and their families to the upcoming Sense It holiday experience and Fonterra Science Roadshow on at MOTAT - Auckland.

Thames Camera Club Photo Competition

We have won the School Participation Prize, in the Thames Camera Club competition, which is a camera. We also have a student in the awards list (Junior). Congratulations to Danyl Thompson Hudig. The prize giving will be on Wednesday the 20th at 6:30 pm at the Thames South School Hall. We continue the tradition of success in this competition.

clip_image010School Lunches – Reminder that these are to be ordered on Thursday for the following Friday.

Winter Sports- Coroglen, Te Rerenga and Whenuakite Year 4-8 children were wonderful onFriday. The weather was a mixed bag with showers, wind and sunshine. The teams accepted that winter sports often come with cold wet condition and rose above it to produce some phenomenal games. Team spirit was high and we were very proud of all the competitors. The parents and friends watching were impressed by the skill level and fitness of the teams.

clip_image012The inside games were amazing with one group scoring the same points. This demonstrates how close the competition was.

Thanks to the referees, umpires, team managers, teachers, and supporters


Thanks also to Jamie Marsden and his team who have once again organised a fabulous event.

Special thanks to Kerri for inspiring the students to give their best, especially in the netball.

The games were all very competitive.

Holidays: The holidays begin this Friday at 3pm. School will reopen on the 1st of August.

Have a happy and healthy holiday. We look forward to seeing you all back next term.

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