Sunday, 6 May 2018

Kahui Rangatahi 2018

Huge congratulations to these talented, tuturu young men who were recently appointed to the role of Kahui Rangatahi Maori Leader. Ka wani ke te tokotoru nei, kua eke ki te tino taumata o te kura nei. Nei te mihi nui rawa ki a koutou. Turou Hawaiki!

Tuesday, 21 November 2017

Lake trip and Museum

Nov 21st 2017

Kia ora parents, caregivers and whanau

Just a quick reminder that we have a lot on next week.

We are going to the museum on Monday 27th for a couple of hours to check out their exhibition on Traditional Maori games. There is no cost for this visit. We are leaving at 9.20 and back at 11.40.

On Tuesday 28th we are going out to Lake Okareka for our final whanau day. As of today I have all students on the class confirmed attendance. Please ensure that you pay your $4 prior to the trip. This is to cover our buses. Students will need to bring a packed lunch, plenty of drink, sunblock and a great attitude. Please be here by 8.40 as we need to do our rolls etc before we leave. We will be back by 2.45 so students can leave school as per usual at 3pm.

If you would like to opt your child out of either of these activities please contact me urgently. You can email me or leave a message with the school and I will call you back.

Nga mihi,
Cheryl Manley
Tunohopu Three 2017

(07)348 9888 School Office

Wednesday, 13 September 2017

Aims Medals - Sam

The class would like to offer a huge congratulations to Sam who is our first Aims medallist.

Sam carved up in all his races, making it to the finals for three events.

Sam gained silver in the 100mFree, and bronze in the 50mFree and 200mFree.

Well done Sam. We are all very proud of you.

Thursday, 31 August 2017

Sunday, 13 August 2017


We've had an awesome whanau day examining ourselves and looking at ways that we can be kind to ourselves. These are some of our personal korowai that we made.

Monday, 7 August 2017

Sam Swimming Superstar

Tunohopu 3 would like to celebrate SAM BALDWIN on his amazing swimming skills. Sam picked up no less than seven medals at his most recent swim meet. We are all proud of him and wish him well in his next races. Boom!