Kia Ora and Welcome to Waiouru School!
Below is a ‘one-stop-shop’ of information for new families moving to Waiouru, including key dates, enrolment information, and links to other sites with Waiouru Community information.
- The first day of school is on Monday 1st February 2016 – we will begin the day at 9am in our learning street (through the double doors at the east end of the building.
- Our Office Open Day is on Friday 29th January 2016 – pop in to meet Kerry (our office manager) and Marama (our Principal); bring in your enrolment forms, order uniforms, purchase stationary, and have a tour of the school.
- Five Year Olds New To School Morning Tea is on Thursday 28th January 10am to 11am – bring your pre-schooler and their morning tea into school to meet Carie King our new entrant teacher. Share a story, meet new friends, learn where all of the important stuff is in our school and take away the stress and worry of starting school for the first time.
Click here for a link to our Waiouru School Calendar.
Click here to read our enrolment information and download our enrolment forms.
You can either email these forms to Kerry in the office (firstname.lastname@example.org) or you can bring them in with you at our Office Open Day on Friday 29th January 2016.
Additional Information for enrolment which can be helpful but not to worry about if it is at the bottom of a moving box:
- Recent school reports, and profile/portfolio books,
- Information from any additional services you child may have worked with such as Reading Recovery or RTLit,
- School books such as writing books, mathematics books, etc
General School Information:
Sign up to our School Newsletter here:
Another great way to stay up to date with the day to day happenings at Waiouru School is by liking our Facebook page – https://www.facebook.com/WaiouruSchool
Classes for 2016 (click here to see our staff profiles):
Meet Our Board of Trustees Here.
Useful Community Information:
We understand that posting is a stressful time. Pop in anytime, ring or email us and we will do our best to help. See you all soon. Marama
Standing Tall and Being Proud at Waiouru School.
Welcome back everyone, I hope you are all refreshed and ready to start this new school year. We are certainly off with a hiss and a roar, with all six of our classes full with eager new students. Our class information page has been up dated so you can check our our new teachers and organisation – here.
This year we have two positions vacant on our Board of Trustees. If you are interested in being involved please pop in a speak to Kerry or myself. It is a rewarding experience and a great way of supporting our hard working teachers and students.
Remember, you are always welcome to pop into school for a coffee or a chat if you have any concerns or queries. All the best for 2015. Marama
The Chicken or the Egg?
Welcome to our brand new Waiouru School Website. We hope this website will be an easier way to keep you all informed of what is currently happening at Waiouru Primary School. This website will also allow you to easily interact with our students and staff in a safe and secure manner. We will up date our website regularly with our students learning, and achievements. Please feel free to leave comments and tell the kids how wonderful you think they are.
We will also use this website as a porthole for you, our community, to access all relevant notices, policies, procedures, and information about our school.
In the near future we will link this website with our classroom blogs, and Facebook page. The celebration of student learning and achievement will be the primary focus of this school website. This includes any accomplishments at home, so please email the school office if you have anything to share.
You can navigate through this site by looking at the pages above, which contain everyday information that does not change very often. Or you can scroll through these posts which will act like a digital diary of the currents events and achievements at our school. The newest posts and updates will always be at the top of the page. As new posts are added, they will push down the other, older posts in chronological order.
Another way to navigate about website it to use the ‘Categories’ and ‘Tags’ in the right hand column. If you have missed a notice, click on the ‘Notice Category’ and all of the posts categorised as ‘Notices’ will come to the top. If you wish to see the latest sports events, click on the ‘Sports Category’ and all of the posts categorised as ‘Sports’ will come to the top. If you are interested in your particular child’s class, click on their class name tag i.e. ‘Kea’, or ‘Tui’ and you will see only posts which relate to that particular class.
We are constantly seeking to improve the way in which we can improve our communication with you our community so please feel free to use our contact form to give us some feedback.
Nāku noa, nā