Thank you for sharing your knowledge with Room 12! 🐸 🐸 🐸
Thank you for sharing your knowledge with Room 12! 🐸 🐸 🐸
Today we have our Senior Students (Year 4, 5 and 6) performing our final public show on the Village Green. The performances will start at 2pm sharp with classes performing in the following order. Room 4 Room 1 Room 8 Room 3 Room 2 All classes sing together at the end. See you there!
We now can only collect plastic-type waste for any tooth care product as the boxes can be recycled into your own bin. We have collected 9500 pieces!! We have a drop in recycling bin in our office area.
A reminder that Denise from Poppet Clothing will be outside our school 1.00pm - 3.15pm this Thursday 26 November for all your school uniform needs. Mobile Eftpos will be available!
Let's all do our part for the planet!
A reminder that Geoff Horrell Photography orders are due into the office mailbox tomorrow Wednesday! Any orders after this can be sent to them directly.
Our Junior Team gave a steller performance for everyone on the Village Green today. Great work to all involved!
Great day for cricket today! Mossburn came up to play against our first 10 on our new pitch. Awesome cricket from both teams! Te Anau came away with a comfortable win! (52 to 132) Smiles all round!
A massive thank you to everyone who supported our horse racing evening on Saturday night. It was an absolute blast! A big thank you to Leona McCracken, Cassie Thomson, Shevaun Taberner, Claire Russell and Sarah McDonald for their organisation. Also a big thank you to all of our many sponsors. Last big shout out goes to Simon Edwards from More FM for his skills as MC. Final numbers are not in yet but we will go close to raising $5,000 for our new school hall. A big success all round!
What an awesome Pet Show we had on Friday! It was great to enjoy a day in the sun with our friends from Mararoa. A huge thank you to all our judges for making the day a success. Also a big thank you to our PTA for running our BBQ. A special thanks to Mark Hunter and other staff members who made the day the magic one that it was!
It is Disco Time Time- Friday 13th November at the event centre Friday 13th / Spooky theme dress up if you wish Gold coin entry Please bring small change for snacks and your own named water bottle. Juniors and Middles disco 5:15 - 6:15pm Seniors 6:30-7:30pm. We can't wait to see you! From the Te Anau School PTA and DJ Chapman
Morena, Just a reminder about the upcoming Middle Team Swimming Sports on Tuesday. Below is a copy of the notice sent out last week. We would love to see as there, to show off our amazing swimming. Thanks Nat, Jess, Sylvia and Grant
Well done to all of our amazing pet owners today! Thanks to all of our parents and volunteers who made the day such a success!
Our school library is always a busy place! At lunch times our students have been trying to finish this puzzle. Today it was complete!
A reminder that school photos will be taken tomorrow. Please ensure students have correct school uniform. Family photos - Please collect your child/ren from the lunch area and assemble outside the staffroom at 12.45pm.
Make sure you get your tickets to our Charity Horse Race this Saturday. First Race is at 7pm at the Events Centre. Tickets are on sale here at school! Don't miss out on a great night of fun!
On Friday a note went home with Year 5 and 6 students regarding a tryathlon in Invercargill on Sunday morning. If your child is interested in this please email Stef Braaksma at email@example.com
Come down to Te Anau School to vote! Sausages are sizzling $2 each! Fundraising for our new school hall!
Lucky us, we had Mark Reid back up here from Southland Cricket today. For those children that would like to take part in afterschool cricket. Read the following: All players must be registered on our online system called Crichq. Parents can register at this link for both superstar and girls smash cricket, More info Cost is $20 for every player both boy’s and girl’s, payable online to Southland Cricket, 03-1750-0130677-00, with reference to Te Anau and the player’s name. Registrations close Friday October 23rd All games are played at The Te Anau Cricket Field on Dusky St behind the Rugby Club. All games are on Friday’s at 4pm, running for 6 weeks starting November 6th and finishing December 11th
Check out these videos our Year 5 and 6 students have created. They have been created to promote Te Anau and all of the cool things families can do when they come and visit! More info
Room 2 at Te Anau School had a blast walking the length of NZ! We managed to read, do our basic facts, voice talk a story into our Chrome books and of course do our fitness/P.E while walking! Thanks to our very supportive local community and wonderful classes who donated so many steps! And yes we did it!! 2,275,411 steps. What a wonderful learning journey we have been on! Thanks School Kit!
The final day of Touch is cancelled today. Thank you to all of the parents who have helped out this term!
Today is the last day of Touch. The draw is the same as last week. With the weather not looking so flash we will make a call before lunch.
Our senior team were lucky enough to listen to our fabulous local Ukelele group yesterday. Te Anau School is starting a new music unit, so it was fitting to invite the world famous group. The senior team loved their song list, there was even a boogie or two happening! Thank you to Jackie Knowles and her team for putting a smile on our faces!
The Middle Team had a great experience today learning about what compost is and how to care for our school's compost heaps. After exploring outside, we took samples and looked at them under microscopes. It was so exciting to see all the different kinds of bugs that live in our heaps. A huge thanks to Phoebe and Vanessa for coming in to help us!
Orbell represents the five core learning dispositions we believe are important for a Te Anau School Learner
Orbell is wearing a greenstone necklace (pounamu) representing Fiordland/Milford Sound, the Te Anau School uniform to show our uniqueness and pride and a friendly and welcoming smile just like a Te Anau learner.