Titahi Bay School

What are KURA Kids?

At Titahi Bay School we promote and focus upon these values . . .kura-portrait

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Click here to listen to our Kura Kids Song - It's Awesome!

Download the lyrics here.  

 

A ‘K.U.R.A’ kid is…

Resilient

Compassionate

Helpful

Empathetic

Positive

Supportive

Independent

Friendly

Confident

Respectful

Inspired to achieve: try their best

Has mana

Proud to be a KURA kid

Humour

Healthy (mind and body)

Polite

Honest

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‘K.U.R.A’  AROUND  OUR  SCHOOL 

How does a KURA Kid behave in different parts of the our school?

Library

  • Handle resources carefully
  • Keep shoes tidy
  • Choose appropriate books

Toilets

  • Wash hands and flush toilet
  • Allow privacy for others
  • Keep clean and tidy

Office

  • Wait patiently for your turn
  • Use names and speak clearly
  • Move efficiently between class and the office

Eating

  • Sit down to eat
  • Put rubbish in the appropriate bins
  • Put lunch boxes back in the correct place

Staffroom

  • Understand teacher ‘down time’
  • Use a quiet voice and walk
  • Only come into the staffroom after seeing the Duty Teacher or a Buddy Patrol

Lunch Order Room

  • Line up nicely
  • Use manners
  • Order lunch at the appropriate time – before the bell goes

Walkways / Corridors

  • Always walk
  • Keep walkways tidy
  • Be mindful of other classes working

Playground, Field, Courts

  • Help others who are hurt or sad
  • Include others in games
  • Care for our grounds (the forts, school property, seats, sports equipment, gardens)

Hall (sports/games)

  • Show patience towards others
  • Enter and exit carefully
  • Care for the environment (art on walls, stage)

Assembly

  • Listen to the speaker and eyes on speaker
  • Clap appropriately when celebrating the success of others
  • Be proud when receiving praise and certificates

Te Manawa

  • Include others
  • Take turns
  • Look after the equipment

Education Outside the Classroom / School trips

  • Stay as part of a group / team
  • Be proud of who we are
  • Leave only footprints, take only photographs

 

KURA Kids in the Classroom

How does a KURA Kid behave in the classroom?

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Titahi Bay School Traffic Light Classroom Behaviour System

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Breaking News

Free NED Show

Monday 7 August at 9.15am.

Artsplash Choir

Monday 18 September 5.15pm at Michael Fowler Centre. Tickets $5 from the school office.

Matariki House Day

Tuesday 8 August 11-12.30pm

Bookclub

All orders due back to school office by Friday 11 August.

Brainwave Trust Parent Meeting

Tuesday 22 August 6.30pm in the school hall. www.brainwave.org.nz

 

2018 Term Dates

Term1: 1 Feb - 13 April.   Term 2: 30 April - 6 July.   Term 3: 23 July - 28 Sept. Term 4: 15 October - 14 Dec. Public Holidays: Waitangi Day 6 Feb, Easter Friday 30 March, Easter Monday 2 April, Queens Birthday 4 June, Labour Day 22 October.

Kotahitanga o Tuauru o Porirua

Thursday 10 August 6pm at Titahi Bay Intermediate School Hall.

Matariki  Kai Night

Wednesday 2 August 6pm-7.30pm.

BOT Meetings

26 January, 20 February, 27 March, 1 May, 8 June, 3 July, 28 August, 25 September, 6 November, 4 December.

School Camp

31 October - 3 November 2017.

After Hours Contact

Steve Jackson - 0272410913

School App

Download our school app from App Store for iphones or Play Store for android.

New Board Of Trustees

Sarah Campbell (Chairperson) Scott Hemsley, Lynette Renouf, Ria Tomoana, Gaby Wesley-Smith.

2017 Term Dates

Term1: 2 February - 13 April. Term2:  1 May - 7 July.       Term 3:  24 July - 29 Sept. Term 4:  16 October - 15 Dec.

Dental Clinic

Phone 0800825583, option 1.

Powhiri

9am Monday 31 July, 28 August, 25 September.

 Kakano - 2017

Mondays 1.30-3pm

After School Care for 2017

YMCA - Contact Lisa, Phone 027 4149496. 

Stationery for 2017

Purchase online from Officemax https://www.myschool.co.nz/titahibay.

KURA Homework Challenge

KURA Homework Challenge celebration.

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