Axell Simpson-Allan, a student here at RVS is on a quest to see a professional BMX track re-established in our community. You may have seen Axell on the front page of Wednesday's Blenheim Sun paper and read the article.
He is currently running a survey to support his quest.
Please click on the link below to take part and show your support.
Please also see the link below for the 'Marlborough BMX Track' facebook page:
As part of our schools ongoing review process we would appreciate your feedback with regards to how well we engage our Maori and Pasifika Students.
It is a requirement that all New Zealand schools report to the Ministry of Education in relation to the achievement and attainment of our Maori and Pasifika students.
This information will form part of our review process which will in turn help to support continued improvements in learning and teaching for all students.
Please read through the following questions and answer as fully as possible. Thank you!
Programme: Oasis Family Junior Youth Group
Venue: The Foundry in John Street behind the Wesley Centre
Age: Year 6 through to Year 8
Time: 7p.m. to 8.30p.m.
Contact: Bronwyn yarrall (team leader of oasis junior youth group) on 5795066 or email email@example.com
There is no cost other than to have fun as god provides our needs.
Do you have a school Polar Fleece or Jersey that needs a logo on it?
Please bring your CLEAN Polar Fleece/Jersey to the office before Thursday 7th July. These will be done over the holidays ready to wear for Term 3.
Kaipupu Point Sounds Wildlife Sanctuary, Marlborough Tour Company and New Zealand King Salmon are again running the ‘Sounds, Salmon & Songbirds Cruise’ 1.30-4.30pm on 16 July (school holidays), 13 August & 24 September (school holidays), giving families a great afternoon out in the Sounds for a fraction of the usual price.
The cruise, onboard Odyssea, departs Picton and includes a walk to the lookout at Kaipupu Point, pulling up alongside Ruakaka salmon farm, a sample of Regal salmon with a wine tasting, and spot prizes – and maybe even the bonus of a dolphin or penguin sighting!
Adults $49 each | Children $22 (5-15 years) | Family $120 (2 adults & up to 3 children)
More info & bookings: www.marlboroughtourcompany.co.nz/tours-cruises/sounds-salmon-and-songbirds, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, phone: 03 577 9997.