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LAMB and CALF DAY Nov 7 2014
As soaking as it was underfoot, it was brilliant overhead for our Lamb and Calf day yesterday. Great effort kids and parents for rearing those pets and getting them along today and parents, grandparents and friends were here in droves - how fortunate we are to have such amazing support! Over 90 lambs and 16 calves. (Too wet for Young Farmer comp so watch this space - we'll hold that in a couple of weeks!) A big ups to MISS GREY for her organising of the Lamb/Calf section and to MRS HATFULL for the indoor exhibits. Results... ... More Information »
1st and 2nd Interschool Cross Country!
Great photo courtesy of WANGANUI CHRONICLE... Savannah McDougall and Charlie Cook finishing 1st and 2nd in the 9 yr old girls' event at the Wanganui Interschool Yr 5/6 cross country at Aranui School today .... 31 schools attended and over 100 entrants in each race! CONGRATULATIONS GIRLS!!... More Information »
Snow Falls During Holidays!
Our families around the Mangaweka / Ohingaiti areas areas are calling it the heaviest dumping of snow in over 20 years and some are still without power ten days later. We had a reasonable fall in town too with this photo taken at 9am on the first Thursday of the holidays. Check out one or two more photos on our Facebook page.... More Information »
Year 7/8 EPro8 team are REGIONAL WINNERS!
This Hunterville School team took out the Yr 7/8 division of the EPro8 regional final in Palmerston North mid last week, from a finals pool of ten teams. This was certainly no fluke as they had won their semi final two weeks earlier ahead of eleven other teams in their semi. The regional competition involved 58 teams from schools from the Southern Hawkes Bay, Manawatu, Horowhenua, Rangitikei and Wanganui. EPro8 represents “Engineer, Problem Solve, Innovate” and involves teams of four racing against the clock and the other teams, using their creativity to build structures and devices to perform a series of set tasks. The EPro8 equipment provided includes lengths of box aluminium, nuts and bolts, batteries, cogs, pulleys, chains, wheels, motors, and electronic switches / alarms, etc! Pictured from left: Zoe Nydegger-Monks, Hine Marino-Maangi, Alec Murray and Harry Cherrie... More Information »
Many thanks to all the school kids and families who were part of this morning's Anzac Day dawn parade. It was great to see our school having a presence at this big event on our community's calendar. Pictured are Head Boy and Girl BEN BLACK and HAANA KILMISTER laying a wreath on behalf of the school during this morning's service... More Information »
Pictured: Connor Hurley and his mate! There were scarecrows, pumpkins and sunflowers galore at our Harvest Festival on Friday. On top of that there was plenty of FREE fun and games with the likes of: dunking machine, guess the lollies in the jar, whip cracking, pumpkin rolling, gumboot throw, vuvuzela blowing(!), decorated pumpkin, apple/lemon bobbing, etc, etc!... More Information »
Junior Swimming Sports!
The large group of spectators could not have helped being anything other than impressed by the water confidence and skills shown by our Year 1-3 students! And of course one of the highlights was the now customary parent/child piggy back race! Check out around 70 photos on the school's new FACEBOOK PAGE! (Much, much quicker for us to add photos than through the photo gallery on this website)... More Information »
MORNA COLLIE (left) was announced as best all round student for 2016, with EMMA VENNELL the worthy runner up. For a full list of results from prizegiving, plus some photos, check out the December Community Newsletter on the right hand side menu. Give us a couple of days and we'll have a large number of photos up under 'Gallery' on the top menu... More Information »
School Picnic a Success!
The annual school picnic was held on Friday in the domain in fantastic weather - maybe too hot! The Home & School folk did a wonderful job providing a free BBQ and drink to young and old and there was also the chance for a swim! Later on the school band entertained us, before FATHER CHRISTMAS arrived with a refreshing ice block for everyone.... More Information »
Yesterday's Lamb and Calf Day went off a treat! With 90 lambs/calves entered, plus all the wonderful indoor exhibits, plus the Young Farmer novelty event, plus magnificent weather, the scene was set for a top day - and it was! Pictured here is judge Mr Marty Walshe talking to Jack Flower about his pet lamb as Zara Weston, Jack Goodwin and Elle Bourke await their turn.... More Information »
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