RIPPA Tournament 11 June
Parents of New Entrants information Morning Wednesday 12 June 9.30 am
Kahui Ako Sports Day Y5/6 School Disco Friday 14 June
Juniors Disco 5pm-6.00pm
Seniors Disco 6.15pm- 7.15pm
Tickets $5 available at the door
17- 21 June
BOT meeting 17 June 5.30pm
Target Road School Has Got Talent 19 June
Kaipatiki Kahui Ako Free Kathryn Berkett sessions –19 June
Please let the office know if you would like to go
Book Parade 21 June
Book Fair 21- 26 June
22 June Kahui Ako Talent Show
For parents. Held at
5.30-7.00pm- focusing on 5-9 years old
7.30-9 pm -Navigating Adolescence
Thursday 20 June
2.30pm to3.30pm at TRS– Parents of Year 6 students – Parent meeting with Mark Whitford, Principal Glenfield Intermediate
Friday 28 June
Kaipatiki Kahui Ako Matariki Festival
TRS Kapahaka & Culture groups performing at Windy Ridge School 9.30- 2.30pm
Reports home Tuesday 2 July
Last Day of Term 2 Friday 5 July
School finishes at 3.00pm
Target Road School Disco tomorrow Friday 14 June 2019
Tickets $5.00 available at the school office or at the door.. Prizes available for best dress and dance moves.
Kaipatiki Kahui Ako Talent Show Saturday 15 June 2019 Glenfield College
Kaipatiki Kahui Ako is hosting their very own Talent Show. We will have acts from Target Road School. There are LIMITED TICKETS. Visit iticket.co.nzto purchase your tickets now.
On Tuesday we had 4 teams competing in a Rippa Rugby Cluster Day. All teams played exceptionally well and we are looking forward to the next cluster day.
A special shout out to all the students who competed for taking so much pride in representing our school and showing outstanding sportsmanship and our school values.
Showing great School values in the School Car Park
We are aware of the inadequacy of our School Car Park and are grateful for the cooperation of the School Community for keeping our students, staff and whanau safe.
This is a gentle reminder to please show respect for others by not parking on dotted yellow lines at any time or parking behind vehicles so as to obstruct vehicles from exiting at any time.Chasing up owners of vehicles can waste Office Staff time and can result in the owner of the obstructed vehicle missing an urgent appointment.
谢谢 ありがとうございました 고맙습니다 Faafetai Malo 'aupito Meitaki Mihi koe Thank you
Showing great School values
Serenity Wilson and Serena Fonuafo'ou during morning tea break.
Showing great School values
The Bey Blade Junior Experts share their skills.
Mrs Varney congratulates Monique Meyer who won Player of the Day for the Moonlight netball team. Well done Monique!.
Learning from Room 3
Lei Mau'U Filipo proudly shows his art work.
Learning from Room 8
Here are some of the Room 8 portraits and pepeha’s for Turangawaewae
Learning from Room 5
On Tuesday as part of a maths experience a group of us made some apple and mint flavoured water. We took mint leaves from the plant and smelled them. Zara shared that she puts mint into curries and yoghurt at home, Zoe shared about the herb garden from Kakapos and Iwa said it smelled fresh. We each chose a leaf to pick then tore it up and added it our jug.
Mrs O had a special knife, safe for kids, that we used to cut up some apples. We had to remember to saw the knife forward and back while pressing down so we could cut through the apple. We each put the apples in 2 at a time and counted as we went. We got a big bowl of water and a measuring cup and took turns to fill up our jug. It held 10 cups altogether! Ariah pointed out that the apples and mint floated to the top of the jug and didn't sit on the bottom. I wonder why this happened Ariah? We got to pour our own mug of water and when we tasted the water it was delicious!
What started out as a maths experience turned into a oral language explosion , a food technology lesson, a writing motivator and a great way to demonstrate our school values of respect, responsibility and resilience.
Ka Pai room 5 awesome team work!
ESOL Learning Term 2
The Year 3 ESOL learners have been working on Blends and Digraphs which are crucial skills needed in learning to read. These skills make reading and spelling easier.
A ConsonantBlend is when two or more consonants are blended together, but each sound may be heard in the blend – example: bl, tr, fl, etcetera and Digraphs (a group of two successive letters that represent a single sound – sh, th, ph, etc.).
The learners have created a Consonant Digraph Garden as seen below:
Antonella Bravo Gomez and Mariana Jaramillo Areiza.
ESOL Learning Term 2
Back row-Eric Wanstead, Tanushi Patel, Iris Fu, Thiseni Wijesooriya, Minula Horagampita Gamage and Miguel Pangan.
Front row-Kian Okhovat and Victoria Wanstead.
Netball update on the Taniwhas
The Y5 Taniwha’s played this week against the Marina View Warriors. It was a very windy game, but the girls step up the elements and played really well together. The Taniwha’s won 10-5 with joint player of the day going to Jocelyn & Fionnuala who worked the ball really well together.
Kāhui Kaipatiki Sports Day
Target Road Netball came 3rd at the Kāhui Kaipatiki Sports Day. Nataliah, Sonakshi, Fionnula, Zoe, Maxine, Ula and Yana all showed great resilience, fair play and improved throughout the day. They played 5 games, winning against Marlborough, Windy Ridge and Glen field Primary School. They lost to Mānuka and Bay view. Nataliah was awarded Most Valuable Player because of her strong defence skills and ability to think quickly in any position. Thank you to the Glenfield College student coaches Levi and Cam for encouraging them and giving them advice.
Year 5/6 Camp Fundraiser
Tickets are still available and will be drawn at the Disco tomorrow night.
Thank you to those who have purchased tickets for the Library Fundraiser.
To ease congestion in the School Office we are sending home 3 raffle tickets per family.
Thank you for your continued support of the Library.
Tiger Woods move over. Our Relief teacher Mrs Lee got her first ever hole in one. Par 3 Hole number 10 Takapuna Golf course.
So now MrsLee, you can give up golf and come back to teaching full-time. Yeah right!
Measles in Auckland Schools
Please read the important information notice below from the Auckland Rgional Public Health Service regarding mesles.
Vist the Auckland Regional Public Health Service webpage below for translations of this notice in Tongan, Samoan, Mandarin, Maori, Hindi, Cook islands Maori, Niuean and Sign Language.
An Evening with Kathryn Berkett Wednesday 19 June 2019 Glenfield College
Don't miss this opportumity to hear Kathryn Berkett an inspirational Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics practitioner talk about helping 5-9 year olds make good decisions and how to navigate the adolscent years from 10 upwards.
Please contact Mathilda or Shelley in the School Office by Tuesday 18 June 2019 if you wish to attend. Thank you.
The tournament is being held in week 9 of the second term on Friday, 28 June 2019, from 9.00am - 2.30pm at: Mt Albert War Memorial Hall, 751-761 New North Rd Mt Albert Rd.
If you have any queries regarding the 2019 Auckland Girls Chess Championship please contact:
Viv or Bob Smith - mobile 021 1623342 (Viv), 0274 786 282 (Bob), email: email@example.com, or
Bruce Pollard, Waitakere Chess Club Captain, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, mobile 0274 358 674
or go to the New Zealand Chess website http://www.newzealandchess.co.nz/calendar.html for information and downloads.