Kaikorai Primary School 150th Reunion
Labour weekend 25-27 October 2019
Welcome: We would like to extend a warm welcome to all past pupils, staff, Board of Trustees and School Committee members to the Kaikorai Primary School 150th Reunion. It will be a time to celebrate the past and look forward to the future as the school will be about to embark on its third iteration. From the original blue stone buildings, to the current wooden Nelson Block classrooms, the "third" Kaikorai School will be a modern and inviting space for children to learn in.
The money raised from the reunion will fund bringing the war memorial back to its former glory. We have engaged the architect to develop some preliminary ideas for the Tyne St entrance and he has suggested we could recreate a near likeness to the original using a light metal material which could be perforated to celebrate the schools rich history. This project is not part of the Ministry of Educations redevelopment plans for the school and therefore will need community support to be successful.
For more information click on the school diagram or this link to the memorial arches section.
Programme: You and your schoolmates will be the focus of the weekend's celebrations. Our programme offers many different events to give you plenty of opportunity to catch up, swap old stories and relive those halcyon days of primary school.
Friday October 25
11.00am Registrations open (till 3pm)
11.00-12:30pm School tours hosted by our Year 6 students through the classes and the hall
1:30-3pm School tours hosted by our Year 6 students through the classes and the hall
6:30pm Social Get Together. Come and join us in the Colin Smith Memorial Hall at the school to share a drink, a story and to listen to our school orchestra and choir perform old and new songs. ($30)
Saturday October 26 (12pm-3pm)
1.00pm Official Opening including performance of new school song and haka by our Kapa Haka group.
2.00pm Decade photos
7.00pm Jubilee Dinner - Harbour View Lounge ($80)
Sunday October 27 :
Free morning to catch up with friends and family. Many year groups are organising their own get together at this time.