STS are currently looking for host families for their exchange students arriving in January 2020.
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The Rotorua BMX club is excited to be moving to our brand new BMX track in October and at the same time rolling out a new programme to encourage kids onto bikes, develop bike skills and hopefully take up the sport of BMX.
File Download: Rotorua_BMX_Rider_Development_Programme_October_19.pdf
The University of Canterbury is holding an Open Evening for anyone interested in gaining an internationally recognised qualification without leaving the province. It will be held on Thursday 17 October, 5pm–7pm at Mokoia Intermediate School, Brent Road, Owhata.
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Kaharoa School congratulates past pupil Damon Cowie, who has been recognised by the Rotorua Energy Charitable Trust as a Young Achiever in Leadership, Academics and Sport.
Swim Rotorua is a friendly swimming club based at the Rotorua Aquatic Centre offering swim coaching on a daily basis for those who have already learnt to swim, but want to improve their technique and fitness for fun, water safety, flipper ball, waterpolo, triathlons, waka ama or to have a go at swimming competitions.
Congratulations to Boh Gaddum who secured 3/4 personal best times and has quailified for the NZ Junior Aquaknights festival and to Anita Roy who also secured 3/4 personal best times and took 30 seconds off her 100m Breaststroke.
Congratulations to past pupil, Leo Schweizer who has been elected as Student Representative to the John Paul College Board of Trustees. Well done also to Caleb Barker for being civic minded, and putting his name forward also.
Well done to Louie Schweizer who made the qualification for the Gymnastic Nationals and will be travelling to Auckland with the BOP team next week to participate in the National Gymnastics Championships. He’ll be one of the youngest participants there and one of only 2 MAG gymnasts from Rotorua who qualified. Good Luck Louie!
The PTA is a very active group, which is involved in a number of fundraising events, and other activities, which directly benefit all our children. We are a high decile school which means we get less money from the ministry than a lower decile school for resources that are needed in and outside of the classroom, we rely heavily on school donations and the funds raised from fundraising events to be able to provide things like playgrounds, environmental improvements, extra classroom resources etc. So your support with fundraising initiatives is really important.
Thank you very much to past pupil, Jack Sands, for ploughing our paddock in preparation for our new kumara patch.
It is School Production time again! The children have been busy creating and practising, building and arranging for what will be another hugely entertaining event. This year you will enjoy performances that all revolve around “Events in History”.
Congratulations to all those children who competed very well against some strong opposition. Thank you to the teachers of the middle senior rooms for preparing the children and to parents for your at-home support and on the night. Results were
Please find attached an information pamphlet received from The Ministry of Health about Measles.
File Download: measles_info_1.pdf
Congratulations to the Kaharoa Maxi Hawks Hockey Team who played well and won the reserve champion trophy in their pool A. They came 4th overall out of 10 teams in division 3.
|05-08||Parent Teacher Interviews|
|05-09||Ray White Charity Garage Sale|
|14-09||Art Week 2020|
|25-09||End of term 3|
|05-10||Teacher/Teacher Aide Appreciation Day|
|12-10||Start of term 4|
|16-10||Lamb, Calf, Chicken & Kid (LCCK) Day|