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  8 July 2021
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Regional Roundup

 

 

 

 

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

We have now combined the Regional News into one page to make it easier to flick through other Kindergarten items if you want to.  We would love your feedback, korero@wmkindergartens.org.nz

For Sale

 

Plimmerton have an approx 550 x 550 cm shade sail forest green to sell.  It is one year old from Bunnings.  We would like $200 please.  It has been taken down each day and stored inside and is excellent condition.  It is forest green.  We have new sunshades purpose measured so this is surplus to requirements.  Pick up only.  

 

 

 

 
 

 

 

Matariki Celebrations At Onslow Kindergarten

 

What an amazing night we had at Kindergarten last night (Tues) for our Matariki Whānau evening. Thank you to EVERYONE that came along (we might need a bigger venue & more tables next time!!!) and brought some amazing dishes that told a story of their whakapapa/family to share.  Although we couldn’t see any stars with the telescope, we got to light the lanterns we made, and share the special songs we had been learning together.  Thanks also to E for taking on the rangatira role in leading our echo song.  What an honour.

 

Thank you also to all families who shared connections to home about how their tamariki have been teaching them about the meaning behind Matariki. An amazing time for us all to be learning together. Manawatia a Matariki.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Invitation

 

We would like to invite you all to the Whanganui Office on Thursday 15 July for the unveiling and blessing of our very special Te Tiriti o Waitangi prints.

 

This will begin at 11-30am with our local kaumatua John Maihi, and conclude with the sharing of kai.  As part of the celebration, we will be singing our beautiful local waiata E Rere which you can access here.

 

If you are able to join us, could you please RSVP to Kaz by Monday 12th July.

 

Ngā manga iti, ngā manga nui e honohono kau ana, ka tupu hei Awa Tupua- The small and large streams that flow into one another form one river.  

 

 

 

 

 

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