Pool Keys

posted: Fri, May 03, 2019

It’s been great to see that so many families in the community have made good use of our school pool. Since the pool is now closed for winter we would like to ask all those who are still holding access tags to return these to the school office. They will be available again next summer.

Korari: Aspiring Trustees

posted: Fri, May 03, 2019

NZSTA would like to encourage parent and whanau participation on school boards in order to help shape and support the education of their children. To that end, we will be rolling out the Korari Programme for anyone interested in finding out about standing for the school board elections and having a say in the education of their children. We have attached the following resources and feel free to share these widely in your community. These are also available on our website.

File Download: Korari_Form.pdf

File Download: Guide_to_BOT_role.pdf

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Tennis Lessons in Term 2

posted: Fri, May 03, 2019

​Justin Megraw is once again running tennis lessons during term 2 - Wednesday mornings, 8.00-8.45am. If you are keen please see attached for further details.

File Download: Kaharoa_Tennis_Term_2.pdf

Ripper Rugby Tournament Term 2

posted: Wed, April 10, 2019

This event is for Year 3 to Year 6 students – there are two divisions: Year 3 & 4 and Year 5 & 6. Schools who wish to register must enter one team in each division (limited to 1x yr 3/4 team and 1x yr 5/6 team per school). Each team is limited to a maximum of 10 players which must consist of 5 boys and 5 girls with only 7 players on the field at any given time (at least 3 girls). All players must complete a 2019 NZ Rippa Rugby form once place in the team is confirmed. Spaces will fill quickly so register ASAP to avoid disappointment. Each school will also be given an adopted country to play under and these will be notified prior to the event.

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Irlen and Auditory Processing Screenings

posted: Thu, March 14, 2019

Vision and hearing are absolutely paramount to learning and having our children screened free of charge is a fantastic opportunity which is provided by the Empowered Learning Trust.

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Subscribe to our Calendar

posted: Wed, March 13, 2019

A calendar of term events is available on this web site for your convenience. In addition these events can be imported to your digital device. Add the Kaharoa School calendar to your phone/tablet/computer’s digital calendar When you click the button below, your device will ask you if you want to add the Kaharoa School Calendar. Depending on the setting of your device, changes and new events will be atomically updated. Subscribe to the Kaharoa School Calendar

Drop Off and Pick Up

posted: Mon, March 11, 2019

When dropping children off at school and picking up after school, in the interests of safety, maintaining safe vision for cars leaving the car park and traffic flow please do not park in the bus stop or in front of the school sign. Where possible please use the main carpark.

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Learn More About Being a Board of Trustee Member

posted: Sun, March 03, 2019

Below is useful information for any parents who are considering putting their nomination forward to be a Board of Trustees Member.

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Fresh Vegetables Available

posted: Wed, February 27, 2019

Most Mondays we will have fresh vegetables for sale in our vegetable stand. These are available for parents to purchase by donation. Your support will be greatly appreciated by the children who are assisting with the gardens. Money raised will go back to our Garden to Table initiative. A win/win situation.

Earn Reading Cinema School Rewards

posted: Fri, February 08, 2019

Reading cinemas wants to help our school’s fundraising efforts. Present one of the coupons attached at Reading Cinema and for every 20 coupons handed in our school receives one complimentary movie pass. So download the coupons and assist with this fundraiser.

File Download: Reading_cinema_coupons.pdf

Public Health Nurse

posted: Thu, February 07, 2019

Hi my name is Bex and I am the Public Health Nurse (PHN) for Kaharoa Primary School. The Public Health Nurses in the Rotorua area are employed by the Lakes DHB and are assigned primary and intermediate schools where we work closely with the teachers and staff.

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From The Board Chair

posted: Thu, January 31, 2019

Welcome Back I would like to take this opportunity to welcome back children and parents to our new school year. A special welcome to the new families who have decided to enrol their children at our wonderful rural school.

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Kaharoa Keas New Entrant Transition

posted: Thu, January 31, 2019

Kaharoa Keas is our New Entrant Transition programme for children due to commence school.

File Download: 2019_Kaharoa_Keas.pdf

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Agrikids Results

posted: Thu, October 18, 2018

The children had a great time at our first Kaharoa School Agrikids afternoon. We expect with a bit of tweaking this will become a regular part of our Lamb, Calf, Kid and Chicken Day event. A huge thank you to Jacqui English for organising the event on behalf of the PTA. Thank you also to Alistair Coatsworth, Brendon Conwell, Claire Austin, Tony Thaugland, Andy Gifford and Phil Rivers. Mr Thaugland also wanted me to thank his helpers – Elspeth, Casey and Olivia.

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Art Week & Exhibition

posted: Thu, October 18, 2018

At the end of last term the classes were busy creating their masterpieces for our Art Exhibition which was held on the 25,26 & 27 September.

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