What a great "Talk like a Pirate Day" we had recently at KMS. Our tamariki dressed liked pirates, sung sea shanties, danced jigs and made treasure maps.
Term 3 started out as usual but came to a halt as the country was locked down in Level 4. Happily we are now in Level 2 Delta and although not back to full 'normal' it feels like we're on our way. Online learning started once again during lockdown and went very well. Our tamariki were happy to be back at school and are getting used to the routines we are required to follow.
Our children standing against bullying on Pink Shirt Day
Rugby Fun Day.
Celebrating Mother's Day at School with a delicious breakfast BBQ.
We have a lovely outdoor environment for our children to learn and play in and recently our families and community held a working bee to paint, plant, build and improve our grounds. Thank you so much for your donations and hard work.
Our Malvern Swimming stars, including the Year 4 Relay Team and Year 6 Relay Team. Great effort from everyone!
This year 15 KMS pupils registered with Kirwee Tennis - 7 played competition tennis on Saturdays, and 8 had coaching sessions. Congratulations to Kyle T who achieved most improved Primary player for the season.
Pukeko enjoyed interacting with, and helping our visitors from The Treehouse Preschool.
KMS was delighted to welcome new entrants to our school in Term 1, including a set of triplets - this is a first for our school!
During Term 1, our families shared photos of their children's activities and achievements outside of school. From left to right - Ethan Mc is keen on mountain biking; Boh and Harlow are Highland Dancing winners; Boh also attends St John's and and won Penguin of the Year twice; Ethan R achieved his 4th kyu in Karate.
2021 and school's back!
A big welcome back to school to our children and families. Lots of Summer sports and activities happening at KMS during Term 1, 2
Training for our school swimming sports on Monday, 1 March
Annabel Brown and Jake Kohalmi leading our first hui for 2021.