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Term 2 ends at 3pm on Friday 8th July

Ngā mihi o Matariki, te tau hou Māori ki a tatou katoa.

Wishing you all a happy Māori New Year. 

School is closed for Matariki Public Holiday tomorrow  Friday 24th June and Teacher Only Day Monday 27th June

Kia ora koutou.  Hello everyone.

Basic Fact-A-Thon 

Well done to all those children who have collected their sponsorship funds and sent them to school – thank you!  Please put the sponsor sheet and money in an envelope, clearly labelled and send to school.  Alternatively,  funds can be deposited into the school account (ASB 12 3080 0059486 00) with the reference AThon and your child’s name and the sheet sent into the office with ‘paid online’  written on it. Thank you for supporting the Basic Fact-a-thon.

Parent/Teacher/Child Discussions and mid year reports
On Tuesday 28th June your child’s mid year report will come home. Please check your child’s bag. The mid year report is designed to inform you about where your child is in relation to the New Zealand Curriculum.
In term 3 we will hold Sharing the Learning which is an open afternoon for all family and whanau to come along and see what your  child/ren are learning at school and another written report will be sent in term 4 with parent discussions only for those who feel they need one.
This term we are offering discussions again on the dates below. We will be holding one meeting via Zoom and two meetings in person to cater for as many people as possible. You can book using the online school interviews website. Please choose only one code and book yourselves in. Bookings are now open.
  • Face to face: Wednesday 29th June (3:15pm to 6pm) and Wednesday 6th July (3:15 pm to 5:30pm) code z2xq7
  • Zoom: Thursday 30th June between 3:15pm and 5:30pm code nxb8h

Congratulations Ben!

Many congratulations to Ben Butler who has recently trialed with children from all across Auckland and has been selected for a team
of 14 children to play for the Auckland Little League (Under 12) Baseball Team. Ben plays short stop and pitcher and can pitch a ball at around 60mph! He will be in training clinics for the rest of the year and representing Auckland early next year in the Gold Coast Summer Classic Baseball Tournament competing against teams from other parts of the world too. That’s quite an achievement – well done Ben!




Farewell Jenny

After 35 years with Glamorgan School, Jenny Watson has decided it is time she retired. Jenny has been a parent of the school, a teacher aide and resource manager. She is the person who rings if your child is absent and does a great job of pulling together all the different kinds of resources that support the children’s learning in class. She is a highly valued staff member, friend and colleague of our staff and we will be sad to see her go, but wish her all the best for the future to pursue her own interests at her leisure! Jenny will leave at the end of term 2.

Jammies in June (and July!)

For many years Glamorgan School has supported the Middlemore Foundation by collecting new pairs of pyjamas for them to distribute to thousands of children and young people in need across South Auckland. This year, as well as distributing jammies, they are teaming up with Habitat for Humanity to get Winter Warm Up packs to as many families as they can. Depending upon need, each pack can contain jammies, blankets, hot water bottles, heaters, draught stoppers, and window seals.

To support this we will be having a Pyjama Day at school on Tuesday 5th July. Wear your PJs to school and bring a NEW pair of pyjamas to donate, or bring a gold coin donation to put towards a Warm Up pack for a family in need.



You should have been emailed your child’s unique Key Code from PhotoLife. If you have not received it please let the office know and they can send it through. All enquiries, payments and orders go directly to PhotoLife please and the free delivery offer expires at midnight on Sunday 3rd July.

Matariki – a message from Tāmaki North (#matarikiontheshore)

Tāmaki North (a group of all the head students from across Te Rakipaewhenua, North Shore) has put together a 5min video about Matariki.

Tāmaki North is designed to connect the high schools of the shore, to then create more inter-school events, groups, challenges, conferences and as well as supporting struggling students and families within our community. Tying in this notion of the North shore coming together to support one another.

Lost property

If your child has lost property this term please check the box at the back of the hall. Any lost property left at the end of term will be donated to charity.

Upcoming Events

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