We are looking to appoint a 2nd Deputy Principal to join our leadership team. They will be an effective leader and teacher who is motivated, collaborative and willing to continue learning alongside others growing their own creativity, agency and leadership. If you have these qualities and would like to be part of the whānau at Russell Street School, please access an application pack here.
Applications close 3pm Monday November 20.
There may have been a mix up on the note that went home with the Saturday codes missing on some letters and the changes to the Year 1/2 Hockey day. So here is the correct information:
Sport Codes on Offer:
Monday: Year 1/2 Hockey
Tuesday: Year 1/4 Cricket, Year 3/4 Hockey
Wednesday: Year 5/6 Hockey, Year 1-6 Soccer, Year 4-6 Flipperball
Thursday: Year 1-6 Harriers
Friday: Year 1-6 Touch, Year 4-6 Futsal
Saturday: Year 5/6 Cricket, Year 5/6 Softball, Year 1-4 Teeball.
All Summer Sports registrations will be done online through a Google Form. (No more paper forms)
Click Here to Register for Cricket
Click Here to Register for Hockey
Click Here to Register for Touch Rugby
Click Here to Register for Soccer
Click Here to Register for Futsal
Click Here to Register for Flipperball
Click Here to Register for Teeball/Softball
Click Here to Register for Harriers
Payment to be made once registered through the office by: Cash, cheque or eftpos or via Internet Banking
(Westpac 03 1522 0019379 00)
REGISTRATIONS/PAYMENT DUE FRIDAY 29th SEPTEMBER (LAST DAY OF TERM 3)
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you require more information.
Last Wednesday we took 5 teams to the annual RICOH Sport Tournament here at the Arena and Manawaroa Park. College Street, Riverdale, Hokowhitu and Central Normal took part and it was an amazing day of tough competition and great camaraderie. Our Hockey Team managed to come 3rd overall and Rugby took out 4th place overall. Netball and Soccer both placed 5th and Basketball came in 6th. Tyler Mauchline was recognised by the coaches/organsiers for his fairplay, Well Done Tyler!
Today we were very lucky to have Liam Hallam-Eames and Tuki Raimona from the Manawatu Turbos come in and inspire us, answer some questions and play some great rugby with us. Everyone left feeling excited and enthused. They were very impressed with the level of athleticism on show and the high levels of respect and manaakitanga. We wish the Turbos all the best for their next home game against Tasman.