Kaharoa School

Term One • 2017

Working Together for Your Child

I look for any opportunity to remind parents that the strength of our school is the parental support we receive. I also reinforce this message with parents who are new to the school, letting them know we are a people rich, cash poor school. [Read More...]

Principal - Warwick Moyle
B.O.T. Chairperson - Sarah Coatsworth
Kaharoa Road RD, RD6 Rotorua 3096
t: (07) 332 3444
e: office@kaharoa.school.nz
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KAHAROA SCHOOL NEWS

Lucky Book Club Issue 2

posted: Tue, March 28, 2017

Issue Two Lucky Book club orders must be returned to school in an envelope, with your child’s name and Book Club clearly marked by Wednesday 5th April.

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Totara Waitomo Camp

posted: Tue, March 28, 2017

Team Totara wish to thank our wonderful camp parents for all of their help, encouragement and enthusiasm last week at Waitomo Caves

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Hoodies!

posted: Tue, March 28, 2017

The year 8 sweatshirts have been well received with most of the class now sporting their new hoodies.

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Police Vetting Changes

posted: Tue, March 28, 2017

After the 1st July 2017 the New Zealand Police will be charging $10.00 for every person to be police vetted.

File Download: police_consent_form_1.pdf

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Touch Rugby Finished

posted: Mon, March 27, 2017

Touch rugby has finished for term 1. A big thanks to the following parents for giving up their spare time to coach and manage the teams: Warrick Rose, Jeanette Watkins, Donna Webster, Wiremu Ruru, Byron Horner, Anna Weaver & Mel Short. Also a big thanks to the parents who supported their children at the touch rugby fields every Wednesday afternoon.


Missing Shoes

posted: Mon, March 27, 2017

Size 11 black closed toe sandels with open sides in size 11. If you have seen these at school or home, please return to the school office.


Kaharoa Motorcross News

posted: Mon, March 27, 2017

Well done to Daniel, Rohm, Cody, James, Hugo and Sylvia who represented the school at the Interschool MX event at Horohoro on the 18th March. The kids rode so well and made their school and parents proud.

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Our Future Farmer’s

posted: Mon, March 27, 2017

Congratulations to Daniel, Chloe and Maggie who won the Waikato/BOP Agrikids Regional Finals last Saturday which was held in Te Awamutu.

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Schools Horse Event

posted: Fri, March 24, 2017

​Well done to Wiremu Priest & Freestyle Aurora, Katrina Walshe & Mystery, Emma Bates & My Gemma Bear and Sofia Vosse & Miss Pippity for attending the Southern Trust Gamblers Cross Country and Showjumping event last Wednesday. Out of 38 competitors our team placed: Katrina 7th, Emma 8th, Wiremu 16th & Sofia 20th. Awesome effort by you all.

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Thanks to our Targa Marshals

posted: Fri, March 24, 2017

Another exciting Targa Rally went through our community on Sunday ​19 March.

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Well Done!

posted: Fri, March 24, 2017

Well done to Damon & Annelyse Cowie for accomplishing new records at the WHHS Swimming sports.

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Welcome to our New Teacher

posted: Thu, March 23, 2017

Roots of Empathy (ROE) starts 29 March in Ms Lincoln’s classroom, Room Miro. Our ROE family this year is Nicole Way, John Butterworth and our new teacher, baby George.

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Kaharoa Keas New Entrant Transition

posted: Thu, March 16, 2017

Kaharoa Keas is our New Entrant Transition programme for children due to commence school. This session runs for ten sessions from 1.20 to 2.30pm on a Thursday afternoon. Please email Kathy Snodgrass on .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) if you would like to attend these sessions.

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Visitors to School!

posted: Thu, March 16, 2017

All visitors or parents visiting school during the hours of 8.50am and 2.50pm are to report to the office on entry to the school grounds.

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Support Staff & Teacher Aides

posted: Thu, March 16, 2017

NZEI are meeting around the country to petition the government to unfreeze the operations grant so schools don't have to make cuts and support staff are paid fairly and have secure work. If you would like to support our staff, please write to our local M.P.



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