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KidsLink

KidsLink is an online resource available to parents to find a range of services that specialise in working with children, teenagers and their families with issues that affect their learning, development and well-being.

www.kidslink.co.nz

 

Term Dates

Term 1

Tuesday 31st January - Thursday 13th April

Term 2

Monday 1st May - Friday 7th July

Term 3

Monday 24th July - Friday 29th September

Term 4

Monday 16th October - Friday 15th December

School Times.

8.55am - School starts

10.15am - 10.35am - Morning tea

12.30pm - 1.15pm -  Lunch

2.45pm - School finishes

Te Puna Ngoi

Check out the Sylvia Park School Library (Te Puna Ngoi) webpage. It has a great selection of kids work, some terrific links, and some great ideas for getting kids reading:

SPS Super Staff

Here at SPS we have the best staff in the world. Check out our staff page to learn all about them.

SPS staff 2017

SPS Videos

Check out some of the great work we did last year -

 

2016 Inquiry

 

Sing out for change

Waiatatia atu mō te panoni

 Te Puna Waiora

Pohutukawa

Kowhai 2

Kowhai 1

Te Manawa 4

Growing a good idea

https://vimeo.com/187577498

 

 

SPS Facebook Page

Sylvia Park School now has its very own facebook page. We will be using facebook to let you know about upcoming events and also sharing with you all the great things that are happening at SPS. All you need to do is click on the link below and like our page.

https://www.facebook.com/Sylvia-Park-School

 

 

Uniform for sale at the Warehouse in 2017

Don't forget that uniforms will be sold at the Warehouse from 16th January 2017 onwards! The below attachment contains a price and item list.

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Hats! Nga potae!

A reminder that hats are compulsory in Term 1 & 4.  School hats only unless you are in Year 8.  If students do not have a hat they will need to spend lunchtime and morning tea times in the shaded areas.  

The Hub

The first stage of The Hub is open! The Hub is a place for all of us - students, teachers and whānau - to learn together and we invite you to come and check it out. Students are now able to borrow books, take them home, enjoy them with their whānau and then bring them back to borrow some more. Please come in and spend some time with your kids to read, to relax and to learn together.
We are open between 8.30am and 3.30pm on Mondays and Wednesdays and you will find us in Room 19.

HIPPY at Sylvia Park School

We have just completed our fourth year of HIPPY and are thrilled to see the children who have now enrolled at school.  These children are significantly well prepared for school.  We encourage our parents to keep the programme up at home!

Parents who want their preschool children enrolled in HIPPY can contact the school or Ana Manu on 021 163 773 or email hippy@sylviapark.school.nz

 

 

A Travelwise reminder to parents

We continue to encourage all parents to park up by the alleyway between Bean and Keate Place. This will help reduce traffic on Longford Street and help make it safe for our students. Check out our Travelwise page for more info.

Blog time!

Here at SPS we have some wonderful blogs written by our teachers. They have great photos and a heap of info on what is happening at SPS. 

Check out your child's class blog at 

http://www.sylviapark.school.nz/feeds