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Be the change NZ – Resource site in regards to Bullying Prevention.

By |9th June 2017|Classes|0 Comments
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Whanau Maths night

Thank you to all who came to the whanau maths night. It was an amazing turnout! Congratulations to the whanau of Breanna and Kashen, who won the $50 Mad Butcher vouchers.       

By |26th May 2017|Classes|0 Comments
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Accelerate@Owhata 2017

Accelerate@Owhata blog link

By |26th May 2017|Classes|0 Comments
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Te Rēhia Theatre Performance

Today our school was treated to a performance by the Te Rēhia Theatre (based in Auckland).  The show was very entertaining for all and even included a guest appearance by our very own Meihana Taputu, [...]

By |22nd March 2017|Classes|0 Comments

Middle Team Noho Marae 2017

Middle Team Noho Marae 2017 NEW DATE - 05/06 April We have a new date for our Noho Marae. Wednesday 05 April/Thursday 06 April.  As before, we leave at 11am on the Wednesday - pohiri [...]

By |16th March 2017|Classes|0 Comments

Noho Marae for middle school is cancelled

Kia ora whanau, Due to the weather the middle school's Noho Marae is cancelled.

By |8th March 2017|Classes|0 Comments

2016 Senior prizegiving

Congratulations to the recipients of the awards at our Senior prizegiving, held last night at Owhata Marae. Tamati Tipu - Most Improved Boy. - Aroha Award (Boy). Ronnie Lawless - Most Improved Girl. Keita Te Moni [...]

By |14th December 2016|Classes|0 Comments
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50th Jubilee Reunion

Owhata Primary School recently held it's 50th Jubilee Reunion and by all accounts a huge success. The (slightly windy) weekend was filled with memories for ex-pupils and staff, and old classmates and colleagues catching up with [...]

By |23rd September 2016|Classes|0 Comments
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New natural playground

The new natural playground is complete and looks amazing!

By |8th July 2016|General|0 Comments
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Matariki Kites

Over the past 3 weeks children have been meeting in their house groups to make kites as a part of our Matariki learning and celebration.

By |8th July 2016|General, House Groups|0 Comments
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