Our school, Raumati South School, participated in and received awards at the Kapiti Home and Garden Show earlier this year. This was due to the dedicated work of a few of our teachers and support staff, and their ability to engage a number of children in this project. It is the second or third time(Read more)
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Teaching a class of year one students. I love the sense of community and family that we have going on. Grandparent’s Day in our class was attended by more than 20 grandparents! A grandad visits every Friday to help at the woodwork table, a Nana helps with art. Two mums help in the class for(Read more)
My school boasts small class sizes. As a result, we as teachers are able to spend more quality time with each child – and it really shows in our results. An extremely high percentage are achieving at well above the National Standard, and all are keen, motivated learners with a huge thirst for knowledge. This(Read more)
Kia Ora John Campbell, I would like to thank you for pushing child poverty in our country. It disturbed me when I watched a member of the green party showing the statistics of child poverty to the prime minister and he compared this horror we have in New Zealand with another parties statistics and treated(Read more)
I have a fantastic class of Year three students. They are currently preparing to present a play about Maui and the Great Fish with songs and jump jam, for our movement focus in term four. There energy & enthusiasm is infectious.