In New Zealand it is expected that all public schools will consult with their communities when developing health and sexuality programmes in their schools. It has been two years since the last round of health consultation was completed so we would appreciate it if you could please complete this survey and return it to school by Friday 17th March.
Thank you for your time.
Yesterday our class of Superstars made themselves a small sandpit. They had a ball loading up their buckets and wheelbarrows to transport the sand.
Four local Waiouru Primary School students are a part of the Taihape Gymsports Competitive Gymnastics Team and have been recently competing in events around the North Island.
Hunter and Cullen Cross have both competed in the Hasting Comp 21-22 May and then again with Elaina Vine and Malhi McClay competing in Wanganui 28-29 May. For Elaina and Malhi this was their first competition for the gym season.
They are also more comps ahead and a lot more dedication and hard work to come.
Hastings Competition Results:
- Hunter (Level 2): 2nd Parallel bars, 2nd Vault, 3rd Rings, 2nd pommel, 2nd floor and 2nd Overall and part of team who got top gym award
- Cullen (Level 2): 1st pommel, 2nd Parallel bars, 3rd Rings, 3rd High bars and 3rd Overall and 1st Team overall and part of team who got top gym award
Whanganui Competition Results:
- Elaina (Step 1): 3rd Uneven Bars
- Malhi (Step 1): participation
- Hunter (Level 2): 2nd equal Rings, 2nd Floor, 3rd on Parallel bars, and 3rd Overall
- Cullen (Level 4): 2nd Parallel bars, 3rd Rings, 3rd High bar, 3rd Pommel, 3rd Vault, 3rd Floor, and 3rd Overall
We wish them all the best for their next competition which will be held in Palmerston North 18-19th June.
Thanks to Amie Vine for the Photos and the Write Up.