We would like to welcome Rhyder and Kyra
to Anderson's Bay School.
It is wonderful to have you joining us.
|Term 2||Starting from Friday 14th June|
|Term 3||All Fridays|
|Term 4||November 22nd last day for sausage|
Four Anderson’s Bay School teams competed in the Otago Daily Times Extra year 5 and 6 Spelling Quiz at Tahuna School on Wednesday the 5th of June. While we are proud of the way our teams competed we are especially proud of Ella, Aidan and Aria who achieved 3rd placing overall. Well done Anderson’s Bay School!
Anderson's Bay School is committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for students, staff, and visitors.
Our Code of Conduct serves as a reminder to all parents, caregivers, and school visitors that their conduct must support everyone’s emotional and physical wellbeing, and not harm it in any way. The school’s board has set this Code of Conduct as a condition of entry.
The Code of Conduct applies:
Anderson's Bay School expects parents, caregivers, and visitors to:
Examples of unsuitable conduct include:
How Anderson's Bay School deals with breaches of our Code of Conduct depends on the nature of the incident and its seriousness, and the process any witness or victim of the behaviour feels most comfortable with. Examples include:
If a parent, caregiver, or visitor acts or speaks in a way that contravenes the Code of Conduct, possible outcomes may include:
A quick update to the 2019 school ski trip. As you may have seen/ heard, when we put out the initial call for interest we were swamped with enquiries and the trip quickly filled out. Part of the issue here was the cap on numbers Cardrona had imposed on our group. The cap was related to their concern over how much rental gear they would have available. However, after a few consequent discussions with Cardrona, they have relaxed this cap, and it only remains in regards to the number of children on the trip who require rental gear.
So, we still have a few spaces left on the trip. If all those currently indicating they are keen to go, then it leaves just under 10 more spaces for children requiring gear. Accompanying adults or children with their own gear don’t count towards this cap.
The huge influx of enquiries in such a short amount of time last time around highlighted that the old system of first in first served (which has been the case for many years now) is probably due for review. It may be subsequent years whoever takes over running these trips will have to introduce a ballot system. However, I meantime, will resort to first past the post.
So if you are interested could you please email and let me know how many in your potential party, which days (Fri/Sat/Sun or all 3), and if you require rental gear or not.
Email: email@example.com (please make sure you email direct to me)
This years Andy Bay Family Ski Weekend at Cardrona will take place on weekend of Fri – Sun 30/31st August and 1st September. This is always a great weekend for families from Anderson’s Bay School, great for beginners, or seasoned veterans, or those just keen to ski/ board with other families from within the school community at Cardrona, which is a great family orientated resort
The offer we get from Cardrona is open to school pupils and staff and their immediate family. The package is for the mountain only. You’ll need to organise your own transport to and from the mountain, and accommodation.
This year’s rates are as follows:
(Rates are per person per day. Under 6 receive free lift pass)
Winter Rates (up to Sept. 11th)
Thurs - Sun
Lift Pass & Lesson * (compulsory)
Lift Pass, Lesson & Rental Hire
* Please note that this School deal includes a ski/snowboard lesson per day. The payment of the lesson is compulsory as part of the deal, whether you actually attend your lesson on the day or not. The group lessons time is 8:30am to 10am approx.
If you require clothing hire, rates are as follows:
As lessons start at 8.30am it means an early start to get up the mountain. But the benefit is a full days skiing/ boarding, and car parking pretty much outside resort base.
Siblings Under 6?
Children under 6yrs receive free lift passes.
Children under 5yrs who are travelling as part of a family with school age children cannot participate in school group lessons. Under 5’s are welcome to rent ski equipment at the NZ school group rates in which case they will need to be listed on the confirmation form, but will need to ski WITH their parents. Alternatively, Under 5’s can be booked in advance to our fully licensed childcare facilities: the Cardrona Childcare Centre. For more information, please go to cardrona.com/winter/plan/childcare-centre/.
Let me know if you require more info etc.
Many thanks, Laurence Potter
022 1600 515
The next PTA Meeting will be held in the school staffroom on Tuesday, 18 June 2019 at 7:30pm.
All new members are most welcome!
Orders can be placed using the online form
At this stage we do not have enough road patrol parent supervisors for our 2019 patrols.
Please consider supervising road patrol. WE DESPERATELY NEED YOU!
Please email Mrs Thomas at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the school at 4544413
Highcliff Road morning (8:30 to 8:55am):
Jeffery Street afternoon (2:50 to 3:15pm)
Please help us fill these days
KIDS CROSS COUNTRY SERIES
Athletics Otago, in partnership with our local clubs, will run the Fifth year of the Kids Cross Country Series over the winter months.
Who: Year 0 to 8 Student’s.
What: Five cross country races (enter as few or as many Races as you would like.)
When and where:
(hosted by Caversham Harrier and Athletic Club)
(hosted by Hill City University Club)
(hosted by Leith Harrier and Athletic Club)
(hosted by Athletics Taieri)
(hosted by Ariki Athletic and Harrier Club)
What time: Events 1, 4 & 5 will run as follows:
Boys and Girls will run together but results recorded separately
9.30am Registrations taken and race numbers available to collect.
9.50am Warm up and guided walk around the course
10.15am Years 0/1 & 2
10.35am Years 3 & 4
11.00am Years 5 & 6
11.25am Years 7 & 8
Events 2 & 3 will run as follows:
12.30pm Registrations taken and race numbers available to collect.
12.50pm Warm up and Guided walk around the course
1.15pm Years 0/1 & 2 Boys and Girls Race Parents/caregivers are welcome to run as well.
1.35pm Years 3 & 4 Boys and Girls Race
2.30pm Years 5 & 6 Boys and Girls Race (Will be run with the Under 14 Grade Race)
2.30pm Years 7 & 8 Boys and Girls Race (Will be run with the Under 14 Grade Race)
How Far: Years 0/1 & 2 Approximately 800m
Years 3 & 4 Approximately 1km-1.5km
Years 5 & 6 Approximately 2km-2.5km
Years 7 & 8 Approximately 2km-2.5km
Please note: Times can change on the day with races able to run up to 30 minutes earlier than advertised (only in adverse weather conditions). Depending on entries, the Year 7 & 8 races may be combined with the Year 5 & 6 races and start at the Year 5 & 6 starting time. Events will not be cancelled unless very adverse weather conditions occur. The event cancellation will be posted on the website, Facebook and broadcast on Radio Dunedin.
How to enter: On the Athletics Otago website: www.athleticsotago.co.nz by clicking on ‘Events’ and then ‘Kids Cross Country Series’. Enter one event, or all five! It’s a fantastic way to keep fit over the winter months, so come along and have some fun.
Cost: $7.50 per child per event
$15.00 for a family of 2 or more per event.
$30.00 per child if entered for all events.
Registrations also taken on the day.
What to wear: No specialised gear is required. Children can run in whatever they feel comfortable in but remember it might get a bit MUDDY! For most of the events it is recommended that children wear footwear. It is a good idea to bring something warm to put on after the race.