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Wacky Hair Day 2022
Thus year our student leadership team organised the day.
We spent the week learning different forms of Māori art and ended with a delicious feast.
Pink Shirt Day 2022
We celebrate diversity and being bully free.
Star Wars Day 2022
Aliens invaded Te Poi School. Thankfully Constable Natasha was on hand to keep the peace.
We started our year with a beautiful welcome for our new staff and all our new students.
We all dressed up as our favourite heroes and spent the day doing fun hero activities.
AG DAY 2021
Waiomou Wetlands Planting 2021
We all went back to the Moss farm and planted the wetlands.
Celebration of Learning Term 1
Sharing our learning and progress from Term 1.
Family Picnic 2021
A new slide, new bumps and bruises!
True Colours Day
As part of service learning - giving back - Room 9 organised this fundraiser.
Dr Seuss Challenges
One minute challenges inspired by Dr Seuss books.
We went wacky for Dr Seuss's Wacky Wednesday
Weather doesn't stop us!
Book Character Dress Up
To end our Scholastic Book Fair, students dressed up as characters from their favourite books.
Piako GymSports Festival 2019
21 students had a great day enjoying Gymnastics
Royal NZ Air Force
We were very lucky to have the Royal NZ Air Force visit us
A room 9 reading group planned the whole session after being inspired by a journal article.
It poured down, but we had so much fun!
Dress Up Day
Thanks to Leah we had a Halloween Dress Up Day
Fairy Tale Day
WE came as our favourite book characters
Pink Shirt & Tiara Day
We held a special assembly to commemorate the ANZAC's
We had our first exhibition opening this term. Digital Illusions.
See us in action working with Pagan from Royal NZ Ballet.
Save the Planet
We were spectacular even with the storm blowing all around us!
Sarah Ulmers Visit
Olympic Ambassador Sarah Ulmer came to talk to us about winning her medals and joined us for some...
The Westpac Chopper
As part of Wacky Hair day the Westpac Rescue chopper came in to land for a visit with Bundee Aki.
The Waikato Museum is hosting an Enviroschools exhibition and we are front and centre!
It is scary being in a class in 1912!
We all gathered in the Native Area for a very special time remembering Kristen.