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Whakapau kaha – to be better than before.


Yesterday afternoon, we all gathered together to officially recognise that our school opened exactly 100 years ago.  The oldest girl Grace S- Rm 18, and youngest boy Mark X- Rm 12, cut the ceremonial ribbon and then the oldest boy Dylan W- Rm 17 and the youngest girl Charlize L-Rm 12, helped to dig up the time capsule that was buried during the school’s 75th Jubilee in 1996.

The children then got a quick look at these unearthed treasures before having a special commemorative cupcake.  This was a fantastic start to a special year for us, as evidenced by these photos and we were very lucky with the weather with only a few spots of rain.

 I would like to give special thanks to the parents/ grandparents who helped with the cupcakes, Janet (our office manager) for all the extra work she did to make this possible with very little lead time and Shane (property) for all the prep work he did to ensure the smooth extraction of the time capsule.

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