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Kowhai Intermediate School

New zealand's first intermediate school ~ est 1922

 

 

 

 

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EYE ON KOWHAI

Full albums are below under the 'Content Update' buttons

Please check the calendar at the bottom of the page for more information and other events.


Camp Adair Information Slideshow

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SCIENCE: ANATOMY - PLUCK SET DISSECTION

Students had the opportunity to get hands on with a 'pluck set' to help with their understanding of anatomy.


School Photos

The photographs have been taken - order forms will be out shortly.

2016 Kowhai Staff


The WPCA is now up and running with 32 students participating. During the year, these students will take up and engage in a new hobby or sport plus they will complete 6 physical challenges and 20 hours community service. If you would like to learn more about the Award, or better still, if you can support the students in some way, please contact Barbara Cloonan.

Liam and Hamish before...

After!

Amazing work and courage from Liam and Hamish to raise $1324 for in support of the leukaemia & blood cancer New Zealand foundation.


KEEPING UP TO DATE

There are a range of ways the school communicates with the community to keep you up to date with school events. These include:

  • Emails from classroom teachers and our school office.
  • Event notices and newsletters sent home with students.
  • Our school website contains:
  • Online calendar - you can add either individual or all events from our school calendar to your personal one.
  • Notice database - we endeavour to make a online copy of all our notices that are sent home available on the school website. These can be found in the Notice database under the Quick Links heading on the right side of this page.
  • If a teacher needs to discuss something specific to your child they will usually telephone or email you.

NETSAFE - KEEPING SAFE ONLINE

We highly recommend the NETSAFE.ORG.NZ website as an excellent source of information and advice for parents and students on how to keep safe when online.

Our main advice to parents is to remove online devices from their children at bedtime - the vast majority of incidents occur late at night when students have unsupervised access.

 

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  • You can import a single event onto your own private calendar by clicking the event and choosing 'copy to my calendar'. You can then setup your own custom reminders / notification.
  • There are also options to import the calendar so that all the school events appear on your personal calendar - click on the '+Google Calendar' button in the bottom right corner and look for the option related to your device or operating system.