Yesterday we acknowledged our Year 6 Students yesterday with certificates and trophies. Today it was the turn of some of our Year 4 & 5 Students in the last Assembly of the term. Unfortunately the rain dictated where assembly could take place, so only Ng Manu Students could attend in the hall.
We have had several assemblies over the past week, to say goodbye to Mrs Gilmour, Mrs Crichton and an au revoir to Mr McGarry who will be away for a year, but she took the opportunity at this assembly to acknowledge them again and thank them for all their hard work.
Carter and Riley were our fantastic Co-presenters today for an assembly packed with lots of items!
Mrs Poole and Mrs Boese then went onto present the Year 4 & 5 awards, which were broken down into: literacy, maths, the trophies for the top Year 4 & 5 Student and values certificates. There were 2 Enviro awards ( with trophies kindly donated by Ross McKinnon): the Top Enviro Student and All Round Gardners.
Congratulations to all the worthy recipients! A full list of all recipients from both the leaver’s prize giving and this assembly will be published very soon.
Next it was the presentation of some very special T Shirts.
This year and initiative was set up to award at the end of the year, a Student from each class who have consistantly shown their best Tawhai School Values. The Student Council went with the concept of giving an especially made T Shirt as the award.
Mrs Poole showed everyone at the assembly the T Shirt before she and Olive Moss, Student Councillor and Student of the Year, presented them to the children from each class, chosen by their teacher.
Well done to all!
Mrs Lynley Poole was pleased to announce Mathletics results for the year.
The amount of points accumulated by a whole class.
1. Room 12
2. Room 11
3. Room 15
Individual Student with the most points.
1. Ethan Marsh Room 12
2. Ashton Turrell Room 12
3. Elizabeth Marsh Room 10
Well done to these children and classes!
The assembly concluded with Cooper leading the Year 6 Students with a heartfelt Haka!