Waiwera South School has a busy calendar of both curriculum and extra curricular activities, below are some of the activities we have been involved in.
The whole school has been training really hard for the Small Schools Cross Country - from this event we hope to have some children qualify to compete at the SOPSSA Cross Country.
During Term 2 the whole school were focusing on science our question was 'What is science?' We had a real focus on using scientific language, making observations and how to turn something from a demonstration to an experiment. Below are just a few photos showing some of the things we got up to.
Book day was a super way to break up those cold wintery days. Everyone came dressed as their favourite character. As you can see we had a great day!
The students were involved in placing out the ANZAC Memorial crosses on Wednesday. Thanks to Mr McCallum for coming and sharing with us some of his knowledge about the First World War, and also to Alanah from Romahapa School who came and played the Last Post for us on her cornet, it was a really special moment.
On Friday April 6th the students of Waiwera South School and members of the wider community got together to paint some rocks for our new Rock Walk, the Rock Walk will be added to over time and will be a fabulous addition to the Waiwera South School grounds. We have rocks available for members of the wider community to paint if they would like to remember their time or association with Waiwera South School.
Senior Class Camp Te Anau March 13 - 16, 2018
On Wednesday Feb 28th, the whole school - staff included - were involved in a ‘hold up’ at the Waiwera Hall as the Over The Top Cavalcade riders came through, everyone got into the spirit of things and we successfully ‘robbed’ the riders.