“Motumaoho School is a quality-learning environment where our learners are nurtured to reach their individual potential”.

In This Week’s Newsletter

  • Staffing Update
  • Yummy Apple Stickers
  • Athletics Fun Day
  • Prizegiving
  • Thank you

Dates to Remember

  • 13th December – Future Te Aroha Show Trip
  • 14th December – Last day of Term 4 (Finish at 12:30pm)
  • 1st February – First Day of Term 1, 2022

Principal’s Message

Kia ora 

We have reached the end of the year and are looking forward to a well deserved break over the Christmas holidays. 

Staffing update

I would like to inform you that Angela Henderson has resigned from her teaching position here at Motumaoho School and won’t be returning to us in 2022. We would like to take this opportunity to thank her for everything she has done over the three years here at Motumaoho in her roles as teacher, Board member, colleague and friend. Our best wishes accompany her on her future endeavours.

Yummy Apple Stickers  

Thank you to everyone who collected the Yummy apple stickers this year. We raised $124 in a very short period of time. Imagine what we can achieve over a year. We will now be able to order some necessary sports equipment for the students to enjoy in 2022.

Please keep collecting the stickers over the summer break. A sticker chart will be coming home with your child so ask family and friends to help out. If you run out of space on your chart, continue to collect them in any way you can and we will collate them. 

Athletics Fun Day

We had an amazing athletics day on Wednesday, 8th December. It was great to see the students challenging themselves but above all having fun as seen in the photos. 

Prize giving

Congratulations to all our award winners. We are very proud of all our students who have been able to achieve so much during this year. Photographs and details about the different awards will be emailed to all our families next week.

Thank you for your support over the year. We wish you a wonderful Christmas and New Year with your friends and family. Keep safe. 

 

Ngā mihi nui | Kindest Regards

Tina Baptist

Principal