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Trash 2 Fashion 2012

A group of creative children from Peninsula Primary School have been very busy working on designing and making outfits for this years Trash 2 Fashion show. There was a choice of 3 different categories for the children to enter - Gobstoppers, Up Up and Away and The Jungle Look. All of the entrants went to [...]

2017-03-02T14:05:30+12:00March 2nd, 2017|Arts And Culture|

Te Atatu Peninsula Community Day 2012

Pasifika Group performed, along with the Choir, at the Community Fun Day. Congratulations to all the performers, and thanks to Mrs Vea, Mrs Fa’amamafa and Ms Muller for their part in getting our talented students ready so soon in the year. Thank you to all the family members and supporters who turned up to encourage [...]

2017-03-02T14:04:40+12:00March 2nd, 2017|Arts And Culture|

Te Atatu Peninsula Christmas Parade

Another great success was the Christmas Parade float, orchestrated by Pam Palmer and Sharon Kernot from the "Friends of the School", a team of workers made a great job of turning a truck trailer into a work of art. The students on board also made fantastic costumes. Our band, supported by parent Dave Fisher, also [...]

2017-03-02T14:04:21+12:00March 2nd, 2017|Arts And Culture|

Talent At Peninsula Primary

Student achievement is a central part of the ethos of Peninsula Primary School. Today an excited piano teacher brought in a Royal Schools of Music certificate for a student studying with her. Music teacher Gail Beaver was keen to let everyone know what a great achievement it was for Zachary Sit to pass Grade Two [...]

2017-03-02T14:03:52+12:00March 2nd, 2017|Arts And Culture|

Student Responsibility Rewarded At Peninsula Primary

Students at Peninsula Primary carry out important responsibilities as part of their learning.   From setting up digital projections to supporting younger readers at buddy reading time, students have valuable contributions to make. Amanda Cooper is pictured having earned her Bronze Certificate for work in the Learning Centre.   

2017-03-02T14:02:31+12:00March 2nd, 2017|Arts And Culture|

Storyfest 2012

Some Peninsula Primary Middle and Junior School children had an opportunity to help create a massive mural on the theme  "Home Is Where The Heart Is ' This was displayed at Storyfest 2012 and is now in our school hall.

2017-03-02T14:00:15+12:00March 2nd, 2017|Arts And Culture|

Peninsula Primary School Is Now A Silver EnviroSchool

To become a Silver EnviroSchool, the Nature Crusaders reflected on the Silver Paragraph, finding evidence throughout the school of the Guiding Principles and the paragraph around the school. We have identified a lot of great things around our school and are looking forward to implementing new initiatives next year as begin our journey towards Green [...]

2017-03-02T13:58:31+12:00March 2nd, 2017|Arts And Culture|

Middle School Wetlands Trip

Middle Syndicate Walk to the Wetlands In the middle of the term the whole middle syndicate walked down to the local wetlands as part of our topic. We learnt about animals and plants that can be found there and we also looked at the responsibility of having a local wetland. We had a lot of [...]

2017-03-02T13:58:03+12:00March 2nd, 2017|Arts And Culture|

McCain Veggie Truck Visit

Peninsula Primary was lucky enough to have the McCain Veggie Truck come for a school visit at the start of Term 3. The Nature Crusaders spent some time with Tony. Tony talked with the Nature Crusaders about veggies, why they are important and shared some facts about fruits and veggies. The Nature Crusaders took Tony [...]

2017-03-02T13:56:41+12:00March 2nd, 2017|Arts And Culture|
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