Hello / Kia Ora
We had a fantastic day on Monday when Jane Ford who is the Community Trainer for Red Cross in the Bay of Plenty Region visited our senior class to teach them some of the basics in first aid training. Our senior children now have knowledge of first response including how to call for help, respond to broken bones, poisons, burns and scalds. They each received certificates of participation at the end of the day.
Last day of term 2 is this Friday 3rd July. School resumes on Monday 20th July. Last day of Term 3 is Friday 25th September.
Free Naturopathic Consultations
Free Naturopathic Consultations by 3rd year student naturopath. Treatment plans will be reviewed by tutors. All ages welcome. Please contact: Paul Evans at [email protected] or 021 022 611 62 or 866 3175.
Our Local History
We are going to be looking at our local history and family histories beginning on Wednesday 22nd July. To start this school wise study we have a visitor who will tell us about local history. This study incorporates modern technology and inclusive practices with the values that make up our school vision which are Curiosity, Creativity, Consideration and Confidence. If anyone would like to share stories from your own childhood or school days (not necessarily Coroglen) or family history, please come along and join in from 9am to 10.15am in the school library.
Thank you Sam Toworai for sending the photos you took last week at the Winter Sports. Everyone had a great time.
Reuben recently visited the junior classroom to teach the children about road safety.
Monster Garage Sale
Monster Garage Sale in aid of The Animal Rehoming Fund on Saturday 4th July 8am-1pm at The Blue Lagoon (behind MB Game Fishing Club). We need your donations to make this a success. For drop off details or to arrange collection of larger items, please call the girls at Peninsula Vets 866 5314.