Day Six, On our way Home:
Fergs Rock Climbing
and Weta Workshop-
Day Four -Te Papa,
Day Three - Suzanne Aubert Home of Compassion
Day TWO: Capital E Theater and Media Works Lab
Wellington Whanau Meeting 2019
11th November - 6pm
Please ensure that all your tamariki have all they need
Mr Truter opened with a welcome to all whanau
Requirements - Mr Truter explained that all tamariki are expected to listen to their adults and we must keep our tamariki safe at all times. Please ensure that your tamariki have smart and tidy uniform.
No lollies - sugar rush
No electronics - camera is okay
Leaving early - please ensure all tamariki are ready for early start - check in time
Baggage - 23kg - ensure you have bags
Showering - every night - clean
Parents to check students' clothing etc, packing - please ensure that they have toiletries (toothpaste/toothbrush/ deodorant/soap/facecloth etc)
Please ensure that tamariki have no more than $20 for spending on the way home - snacks/meal
Dress code for all activities will be full uniform - they may wear mufti at the Marae but please ensure that this is appropriate wear.
Timetable - All whanau were handed timetable - Mr Truter went through this.
Pack lunch - first day - all tamariki (Sunday)
water bottle (A must)
All whanau were handed out timetable
Photos will be uploaded to website by Mrs Scott
There will be a powhiri to welcome
Protocol and keeping everything clean
All will have jobs -
Tamariki will need to be respectful at all times of tikanga.
Any tamariki who are not behaving will stay back at the Marae with their adult in charge.
Meeting closed: 6:45pm
Wishing you a wonderful Christmas and New Year.
2021 Start Date Tuesday 2 February.
School Office open from Wednesday 27 January for New enrolments and stationery purchases.
See the website for your class list stationery requirements.