Sausage in bread PLUS a fresh piece of fruit for $2
Fundraising for Cure Kids
My passion project is to hold an event to help Cure Kids. Please show your support and order a yummy sausage sizzle for your child’s lunch on Friday 16th October so we can all help Cure Kids. If you don’t want the lunch you are welcome to still make a donation and send it in with this form (Cure Kids).
Cure Kids fund vital research to find cures for serious illnesses that affect many children.
Find out more about their awesome work at http://www.curekids.org.nz/
A HUGE thanks for support and donations from:
The Mad Butcher, Turners & Growers and PACK’nSAVE Palmerston North
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Here it is: our 2015 Wearable Arts School Production. What an incredible journey? Many thanks to all involved! We’ll be back in two years time to do it all again! To view images of this wonderful night click here!
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Kelly Club September and October Holiday Programmes are now open for bookings!
Our Holiday Programmes focus on giving children aged between 5 and 13 the opportunity to do things they enjoy in a safe, supportive and encouraging environment. Kelly Club programmes are packed with variety to entertain and inspire children. Each Holiday Programme is full of exciting activities and trips that will guarantee your children have a great time! Kelly Club is at Russell Street School Hall, and the programme is running from Monday 28th September – Friday 9thOctober.
For more information and to book online, please visit www.kellyclub.co.nz or email Shayla at email@example.com
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At our ‘Pizza and Problems’ evening, David shared some triomino games that are useful for practising basic facts/times tables. These are played just like dominos but have three sides to match up with. Here are some of the templates. It is VERY important to use these at a level where children gain a high degree of success. Make sure you don’t do all the thinking for your child! Have fun!
(Note these are generally more suitable for students from year 3+ and are in a general order of difficulty. i.e. start with add facts, mult x2/5 and then must x 3/4 etc)
PLEASE REMEMBER THAT THIS SHOULD BE ENJOYABLE, AND LARGELY PRACTICE WHAT CHILDREN ALREADY KNOW QUICKLY!
Add and Sub Facts
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