Earn cash for our school with PGG Wrightson Cash for Communities. Over the past 8 years the programme has raised more than $425,000 for New Zealand schools and community organisations with PGG Wrightson Cash for Communities. The 2018 programme is now underway, which could mean cash for our school.
As part of Keep NZ Beautiful week our junior children took part in our Emu Walk and picked up rubbish along Kaharoa and Kapukapu Roads. Well done to our Kaharoa kids and teachers and big thanks to the parents that helped.
Charlotte Lund and Finley English represented Kaharoa School at the Rotorua AP/DP Speech competition held at the Harvest Church last Tuesday.
Congratulations to the Year 4-7 children who sold their wares at the Market Day last week as part of their Homework Challenge. There were very creative & scrummy items for sale.
Rm Miro would love some clean milk bottle tops plus washed tin cans - (baked bean size-labels removed if possible).If you have any old washers, nuts and bolts they would be gratefully accepted too! Thank you to everyone who has brought in items so far.
Thank you to a wonderful group of year 7 & 8 girls who competed in the inter school gymnastics competition last Friday.
File Download: inter_gym.pdf
Kaharoa Keas is our New Entrant Transition programme for children due to commence school.
File Download: transition_invite.docx_.pdf
On Monday 27th August all our tongxuemen and laoshi were involved in 6 different workshops about ‘Discover China’. This morning was possible from generous funding from Asia: NZ Foundation and facilitated by Confucius Classroom Western Heights High School.
Yesterday we hosted the Chess Power Inter-school tournament at our school with 95 children attending from Rotorua Primary, St Michaels, Lynmore, Waikite Valley & Western Heights High School.
Well done to our Year 7&8 sevens team (Ty Jackson, Hugo Gaddum, Wiremu Priest, Max Phillips, Olly Weaver, Josh Sutton, Sam Short, Tanner Dean & Hunter Weaver) who represented Kaharoa School at the Westbrook Rugby Fields last week. The weather was perfect and the children gave it their all. Great experience for them.
Forty four of our Kaharoa Commandos participated in the Junior Tough Guy Gal Challenge a Lakes Ranch last Wednesday morning. The weather was amazing and it was a great day enjoyed by all. Approximately 2000 children in total took part in this challenge from around the area and it now covers two days.
Gōng xǐ nǐmen! Meg, Ana, Finley, Jessica and Lucy - Yr 5 & 6; Amber, Sulis, Mila, Lucy and Katrina - Year 7; Aimee, Oliver, Phillipa, Joshua and Charlotte - Yr 8.
Thank you to the PTA for applying for funding for two new barbecues for use at school and to Four Winds Charitable Trust for the funding of these.
To help ensure the safety of your children the local police department have been asked to monitor speeds past our local buses. A reminder if you are passing a stationary school bus you must slow down to 20km per hour.
Great to see the Year 8 hockey team holding their own against a very strong JPC Black team going down 4-0. Looking the better team in the second half with many promising attacks while keeping JPC scoreless. On Saturday I enjoyed seeing the Kaharoa Kererus combining well on the netball court for a win and the hockey Fantails and Kiwis playing with determination and enthusiasm. Thank you to the respective coaches, referees and helpers who are giving up your time so that the children can enjoy participating for Kaharoa.
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