Kaharoa School

Term One • 2019

An Investment Deal That Can’t Fail.

The best investment you can make as a parent, that will cost you nothing, is making time for your children. The rewards from this investment are priceless. As a parent myself, this message is very profound because it is now 13 years since my youngest daughter was at Kaharoa School and yet it only feels like yesterday. This time has flown by. So make good use of all the quality time and opportunities you can as you can't get them back. [Read More...]

Principal - Warwick Moyle
B.O.T. Chairperson - Sarah Coatsworth
Kaharoa Road RD, RD6 Rotorua 3096
t: (07) 332 3444
e: office@kaharoa.school.nz
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KAHAROA SCHOOL NEWS

Paid Union Meetings / Term 2

posted: Thu, April 11, 2019

We would like to give parents early notice that teachers will be attending paid union meetings on the afternoons of either Monday, 6 May, or Wednesday, 8 May. School will remain open on both afternoons and we will be doubling up classes. We would also like to give early notice of a possible strike day on Wednesday, 29 May. Details are limited at this stage and we will provide further information as it comes to hand. We will do our best to keep any inconvenience to a minimum while working within the union guidelines.


Kaharoa Swimmers excelling at CBOP Swimming Sport

posted: Thu, April 11, 2019

Swimmers from 29 CBOP schools took part in the annual CBOP Swimming Sports event at the Rotorua Aquatic Centre on Wed, 10 April. This event caters for experienced and novice swimmers, with the four swim strokes included across the range of events, there was something for everyone and the relay races were a highlight with lots of cheering from the sideline. Our school entered 14 swimmers who did extremely well and came away with some outstanding results. Attached are our podium finishers and we would like to congratulate all swimmers for their very impressive performances.

File Download: CBOP_Swimming_Results_Kaharoa_Swimmers.docx

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Lakes Performing Arts Centre Holiday Programme

posted: Thu, April 11, 2019

A new school holiday programme is out now. Something for everyone from drama to music, from dance to creative writing. This could be a nice way to try out the Lakes Performing Arts Centre’s classes, who are also offering to run some of these during term time at school. For more details, schedule and prices please click here.


Board of Trustee Elections

posted: Wed, April 10, 2019

Standing for the BOT is a great way to get involved in your child’s education. Training and support are available to assist with carrying out this responsibility. The New Zealand School Trustees Association (NZSTA) website contains information for current or potential trustees www.nzsta.org.nz

File Download: Community_member_guide_to_the_role_of_the_board_of_trustees.pdf

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Incredible Years Parenting Programme

posted: Thu, March 28, 2019

The Incredible Years Parenting Programme, a training series designed to develop positive family relationships and to help parents in handling everyday situations. Find more information in the attached file.

File Download: Incredible_Years.pdf


Name the Cat…

posted: Thu, March 28, 2019

It is time to give our little furry Kaharoa School whanau member a name. Our black cat has been visiting us for quite some time and the children have been looking after it extremely well - no surprise it has settled into our school community just fine! As a little fundraiser for food and vet treatment, we have created a name competition - details on the poster attached.

File Download: Name_the_cat.pdf


Dance & Drama Classes at School / Entries due now

posted: Thu, March 28, 2019

The Lakes Performing Arts Company has created a wonderful opportunity for Kaharoa School by offering Dance and Drama exam classes during school lunchtimes. Children will have the choice between Hip Hop, Jazz Dance and Drama. The attached flyer will give you all the information you need including the registration form - please hand these into the school office (or email a scanned copy) by the end of the school holidays. We need at least 10 children in each group to make these classes work!

File Download: Lakes_Performing_Arts_Company.docx


Term 2, 2019 Out of Zone Enrolments

posted: Mon, February 11, 2019

The Board invites applications from parents who wish to enrol their sons and daughters at Kaharoa School for Term 2, 2019.

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Term Dates 2019

posted: Mon, January 01, 2018

See the 2019 Term dates for Kaharoa School below:

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Great Performance by our Equestrians

posted: Thu, April 11, 2019

At the recent BOP Secondary & Intermediate Schools Gambler’s Stakes as well as at the School Gymkhana, our three riders came back with some excellent results: Congratulations to Katrina Walshe who achieved an outstanding first place at the combined cross country and show jumping event at the Gambler’s Stakes, and to Charlotte Cox and Wiremu Priest who were awarded several well-deserved ribbons at this week’s Gymkhana.


Otumoetai Golf Tournament

posted: Thu, April 11, 2019

Well done to our golfing representatives Kayden, Harrison, Wade and Baylee who scored a creditable 12 over par in the Ambrose Tournament at Otumoetai this week with all contributing along the way. Well done to Wade who was our player of the day. Thank you to Jackie Cowie, Geoff Barnett and Steve Ross for transporting and/or caddying.


Bay of Plenty Hockey U13 Programmes

posted: Thu, April 11, 2019

For all hockey enthusiasts, there are two programmes coming up, run by Bay of Plenty Hockey: On April 16 & 23 a school holiday programme at Smallbone park (no registrations needed - just turn up!) and, from 01 May each Wednesday, a 6-week programme to upskill and give some confidence to players who may like to trial for BOP reps (to register online on www.rotoruahockey.co.nz)

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Ripper Rugby Tournament Term 2

posted: Wed, April 10, 2019

This event is for Year 3 to Year 6 students – there are two divisions: Year 3 & 4 and Year 5 & 6. Schools who wish to register must enter one team in each division (limited to 1x yr 3/4 team and 1x yr 5/6 team per school). Each team is limited to a maximum of 10 players which must consist of 5 boys and 5 girls with only 7 players on the field at any given time (at least 3 girls). All players must complete a 2019 NZ Rippa Rugby form once place in the team is confirmed. Spaces will fill quickly so register ASAP to avoid disappointment. Each school will also be given an adopted country to play under and these will be notified prior to the event.

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Holiday Surf Programme

posted: Thu, March 28, 2019

The O’Neill Surf Academy is running a holiday surf programme over the Easter holidays. This is a great way to get the kids active and into a rewarding sport that is accessible to everyone. The week-long programme will develop surf safety and give children the confidence to be active and have fun at the beach.

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Irlen and Auditory Processing Screenings

posted: Thu, March 14, 2019

Vision and hearing are absolutely paramount to learning and having our children screened free of charge is a fantastic opportunity which is provided by the Empowered Learning Trust.

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