PRINCIPAL’S NEWS   Tēnā koutou ngā whānau o ngā tamariki o te kura. Nau mai i te tau hou o 2019o Ka whakaaro mātou o te kura i tēnei tau ngā pou e wha Te Pou Tuatahi - Mauri Manaaki Manaaki mo ngā tauira me ngā whānau hoki mo mahi i roto i te kura me ngā tino wawata ka whai ake nei. Te Pou Tuarua -

PRINCIPAL’S NEWS As this is the last newsletter for the year, the staff and I would like to wish you a very Merry Christmas and a safe and happy holiday.   At this time of the year it is to be expected that your child will have lots more spare time on their hands.  A lot of that time will be spent

PRINCIPAL’S NEWS This week we held a special school assembly with both year groups to reinforce the types of behaviours we expect between now and the last day of school for 2018.   In schools we often call this time of the year the “silly season” as some of our students relax a little too much, the hormones kick in and there

PRINCIPAL’S NEWS Welcome back to school – I trust you all had a super break, enjoyed the warmer weather, got to relax a bit and enjoyed some quality family time. As our students move into the final term of 2018 it’s important for them to take a few minutes to reflect on the progress they’ve made during Terms 1,2 & 3. Whether

PRINCIPAL’S NEWS Spring is in the air!  Great to see the students outside playing on the field now the weather has turned.  Term 3 is always a great term as we prepare for the Year 8 exhibition and help our Year students prepare for next year by trying different activities and options such as electives. The change in weather also seems to

  Dear Parents, Caregivers and friends of ANI, Welcome back to a new school term. I trust you all managed to get some quality family time over the break with your sons and daughters and they are ready for the busy term ahead. The holidays are a great time to rest up,  recharge the batteries and reflect on what lies ahead

  A NOTE FROM THE PRINCIPAL Welcome to the last week of Term 2 - can you believe it’s only 177 days until Christmas, gosh where is this year going?! As we move into the assessment  end of the term with reports distributed on Friday and interviews today and tomorrow, it’s important to remember that measuring student  progress is a process that is

A NOTE FROM THE PRINCIPAL The current cold spell of weather has certainly signaled winter is just around the corner.  It has also meant an increase in the sale of hoodies and jackets which has unfortunately meant we have run out of a few sizes.  We were aware that stock levels were low and put in our order mid-way through May.

A NOTE FROM THE PRINCIPAL Welcome back to a new school term. I do hope the students managed to get some well deserved rest after such a busy start to the year. Term two comes with many new and exciting challenges whether it be the start of winter sports, the upcoming cultural festival or working on academic goals that were set

  A NOTE FROM THE PRINCIPAL As today’s newsletter will be the last one for the term, I hope you all have a very safe and happy term break with your children. A reminder that school closes on the last day of Term One at 2.00pm.  During the term we start school earlier than the Ministry require us to (8.45am instead of 9.00am)