Hello From All Of Us In KIWI.....  


          BLOG LINK;

Video link of Pippa Wellstead and the wonderful work she has done:

Video link of Clyde Students making trap boxes:
Term Three:  Week Nine/Ten:  Monday 16 September - Friday 27 September 2019:
This will be my last newsletter for Term Three.  The time is closing down fast and we are all in finishing off mode.

Hanging out for the holidays as we will be heading to Perth to see Georgia and Senna, then back to Auckland to spend time with Becs and Glenn.

On Tuesday Kiwi and Karearea are away into town to spend the day with Alexandra Primary.  Should be a fun filled day.  We are traveling by bus and the cost of $3 is to be paid to Chrissy.  Thank you in advance.

Thursday another performing group with the Karododo Drummers.  Should be great.  They are performing at 1:30/

Baz is back this Friday to get us all ready for the ukelele concert coming up on Thursday 26 September.  We hope you can come in at some time to hear us all jamming.

'Te Kuia me te Pungawerewere' play was a great success.  Even though the dialogue was all Maori, all students thoroughly enjoyed it.  Some very clever people out there.

The BLOG link will have photos about what they are doing as a class and some interesting events they are involved in.  Prodigy, Studyladder and Mathletics are available for students to work on at school and in their own time.  This could be counted as their work at home if nothing is set by me.  Students will be adding their own learning to Seesaw for you to view and comment.


SUBJECT TIMETABLE:  Remember to check on the Learning Zone for work students have to do.
Maths:      Working on Fractions and Percentages.
Reading:    SRA cards for next two weeks.
Writing:  More beginning more story starters with some still completing their published work.
Social Studies:  Current Events and continue looking at empathy and understanding of others.
Science:  Solar system in Planet, Earth and Beyond
Arts:  Making water safety posters.  Paper collage frogs.We continue to have a song and dance each morning.  
Fitness/P.E:  Working on staying safe in water - along with our swimming programme on Wednesdays.  Hypothermia, water safety and helping someone from the land.  Fitness is every morning at 10:00a.m. and can be anything from block runs, drills, using sport equipment and playing games.  We will be working on ball and stick and ball skills again this term.
Maori:  Whea MaryAnne will be at school every Wednesday from 9:00 - 10:30 a.m. to work with whole school Kapa Haka for first half hour then with each class on topics teachers want to cover.
Music:  Baz will be in again on Friday 13 September for ukelele lessons. Ready for a get together with other schools on 26 September.  We are also learning some different types of music.
DAILY TIMETABLE for this term:

Thursday 19 September:  Kadodo Drummers 1:30

Tuesday 24 September:  Hauora day at Alexandra Primary School - Will travel by bus.  Start 9:00 Finish 2:30

Thursday 26 September: Ukelele Festival in Clyde School Hall.  Other schools involved.

Friday 27 September: Last day of Term Three

Any queries or questions you have about what goes on in Kiwi, please do not hesitate to talk to me.  I am available during the breaks during school time, or before and after school. 

My duty day is Friday first half of lunchtime and bus duty at 3:00. Please feel welcome to come in at any time just to observe or to spend some time with your child.  The door is always open!!

If you would like to view any POLICIES or PROCEDURES that we have in place at school, you can visit www.schooldocs.co.nz.  The User name is clyde and the Password is clydeschool. Some great bedtime reading for you!!