We would like to extend a huge thank you to the wonderful Community Care Pharmacy for donating 2 Epi Pens to our school. Your kindness is greatly appreciated. Please remember to support the Community Care Pharmacy in The Warehouse.
Please note that our current uniform is still in use. When the new uniform is established there will be a 2 year transition period giving the students enough time to grow out of any recently purchased uniform items before having to buy the new uniform. Fleeces are $50 each, wearing them for the next 2 years makes them very reasonably priced.
TERM 3 ONLY. At morning tea break and lunchtime students will be able to wear a plain Black or Navy Jacket over top of the current school uniform. NOT in place of school fleeces/ jerseys. No jackets are to be worn in class.
Blue uniform slips will be given out next Term. These are to be seen as a communicative device not a punishment. If your child needs to wear a non-uniform item please send them to school with a note explaining dated and signed.
Richmond View School
And so, another first for Richmond View School!
At the start of Term 3 we welcome our first three Year 0 children into our new Transition Classroom. God continues to provide our school community with new families and new facilities.
This classroom which was formerly Mr. Pauling’s office, has been taking shape over this last Term. The Transition classroom is an extension of Room 1 and will allow another group of children to spend time developing learning through play, as well as, ‘formal’ learning opportunities. This class will run for Term 3 & Term 4.
Vital to its success, will be the ability for the Transition Class and Room 1 to have opportunities to work together – Sharing Devotions, Assembly Times, teaching Art, Developing Writing Skills,Playing together and working with other teachers.
We thank God for his Provision.
2 Corinthians 9:8
“And God is able to bless you abundantly, so that in all things at all times, having all that you need, you will abound in every good work”.
Hockey Marlborough are running a Holiday programme from 17 – 19th July, which the amazing Chris Leslie from Canterbury is coming up to run. He has had vast experience in coaching from NZ through to local, including Marlborough!! This is a fantastic opportunity of anyone from Year 4 to Year 9 to upskill. To register simply click here https://www.sporty.co.nz/viewform/97332
There is also space for coaches who wish to learn new drills and more around ‘how to coach’. They wouldn’t need to be there for every day, but a minimum would be half a day. Any coaches keen will need to sign up on the same page as the kids and we will touch base closer to the time to sort out a schedule. There is no cost for coach’s, register here https://www.sporty.co.nz/viewform/97332
NZ Police recently launched a new non emergency number, 105. We’ve done this to make it easier to get hold of us in the event of non-urgent situations or ‘Things which have Already Happened’, which don’t require Police assistance immediately.
You can call us on 105 for all non emergencies, or you can go online at 105.police.govt.nz to report things like:
- Lost property
- Theft for a public place or car
- Intentional property damage
- Or to get an update or add info to a previous report
In the event of an emergency, always call 111 - Things that are Happening Now.