As we approach Term 3, I have a few staff updates to make. Recently the…
Thank you to all the great entries submitted, making the decision really hard. We arrived at a shortlist of 8 which the leadership team decided had the best creative photos and captions. Unfortunately a number of entries that did not have an accompanying caption could not be considered, even though they had a great picture and story, We particularly liked the stories behind the entries from Jack Woods and the Hughes. We also could not consider the late entry from the Deva’s, even though it may have been a winner if submitted prior to cutoff.
The shortlisted families were: The Gees, The O’Sullivans, The Heatleys, The Thompsons, The Varshneys, The Lubecks, The Nairs and The Chandras.
Congratulations to the following placegetters :
3rd Place: The Nairs
Caption: Families are always connected, no matter what happens!
Well done Tanisha Rm 8 -Manawanui (50 points) and a prize from the caught being good box
2nd Place: The O’Sullivans
Well done Leif Rm 6 and Finn Rm 7- Kanorau (100 points) and a prize from the caught being good box.
And the winner is……… (Drum roll please!!!!!!)
Congratulations to the Heatleys for winning 1st Place
Caption: Snail racing : when you’ve got all day in lockdown, moving at a snail’s pace is ideal.
Well done to Zoe Rm 8 and Olive Rm 5- Manawanui. (150 points) and a $40 Gift voucher.
Thanks to all families who submitted entries. Next week’s challenge will be completely different. I will be posting this challenge on Tuesday 14th April next week and it will close on Sunday 19th April at 5pm.