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Screen Shot 2015-05-13 at 7.00.31 pmThank you for your interest in the Office Assistant position at our school. We see this as a very exciting opportunity to appoint someone who has motivation to work as part of a highly effective admin team. Our school is very student focused and we are keen to continue on the wonderful work of Renee (retiring) who welcomed everyone, worked away busily, was very trustworthy and brought a lot of fun to the staff and our community.

The successful applicant will work directly alongside our equally wonderful Office Manager, Ag and sometimes ‘ride solo’. S/he will be well supported to grow professionally and in doing so enjoy the experience.

The hours of work are 9.00 – 3.30 pm (Thursday) and 8.30 -4.00 pm (Friday).

Please click here for full information about how to apply.

 

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Screen Shot 2015-05-14 at 12.13.33 pmWe are delighted to report further success by RSS students, this time in Inter-school equestrian. Abby and Bella I both excelled in this event! Bella won the dressage in her division and in fact first across all divisions (120 students) and Abby came a remarkable third in her division.
This meant that the RSS/Whakarongo team were first in the Dressage! And they were one of the only primary schools there competing against high schools and even tertiary students!
Bella was clear with no faults in both of her jumping rounds and Abby who wasn’t even planning to jump but challenged herself also did a great job. She had a lot of support from the crowd as was by far the smallest rider! A great future ahead Abby.
Well done to you.  Everyone shares in your success.  All the best with your next event girls and thanks for representing our school so positively!

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IMG_6774Hot on the back of a number of wonderful individual sporting successes, we now have another major trophy in our cupboard -the Primary A Grade cricket trophy! Wow, congratulations boys for what has been an amazing season for you.  We can see why your coach Jason is so proud of you all.  Not only have you been tremendous ‘sports’ (playing fair and not getting ugly!) but you have responded to his coaching and been very focused. Tino pai rawa! All the best with your winter sports codes.

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Screen Shot 2015-03-14 at 10.06.39 amWould you like to be part of a forward thinking, dynamic school? 

Applications are now open for two fixed term positions! Russell Street School has a reputation as a good employer, providing conditions that make the job very satisfying. Staff are well supported to develop professionally and they enjoy an appreciative culture -one that focuses on building on strengths.  We’re doing some exciting work around lifting achievement in maths and in the development of student agency.  Take on one of these roles and we look forward to learning about these things with and from you! If you’re not sure, come and have a look around and get the feel of the place -you won’t be disappointed.  These children, the team we’ve assembled on staff, and the community make the role very rewarding!!! CLICK HERE FOR FULL INFORMATION.

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imagesKelly Club’s 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! Activities for the April Programme include ‘Egg’-citing fun, Carnival Party, Survivor challenges, and Superhero Fun! Kelly Club is in the Russell Street Hall, with the programme running from Tuesday 7th April to Friday 17th April. 

 For more information on activities, and to book online, please visit www.kellyclub.co.nz. You can also email any enquiries to Shayla at russellst@kellyclub.co.nz or come along and visit us in the hall.

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