Kia ora and welcome to Rapaura School as we continue to create fun, imaginative learning during Alert 3. Miss Shaul and Mrs Charleton have designed fun learning and here we have our ‘bubble’ being chin puppets. Such fun :))
As I return back to our great kura, after a term out on sabbatical, I always enjoy getting into the learning spaces with our tamariki. I had a great day with our young leaders, Y7/8, supporting them with their learning as they self-managed their day. We have recently purchased some new technology gear as we […]
Kia ora to you all, welcome back to 2021. We are very excited to be back and ready for a year of learning that includes lots of time linking with the community and beyond. We are pleased to welcome back all staff from last with the exception of Miss MacPhail who is on maternity leave. […]
We had a keen group of chess players attend a regional tournament here in Blenheim. Well done to Ruby for best girl rookie. Once again thanks to the parents for their support with transport and supervision.
A keen and energetic group of our Y6/7/8 students travelled to Rabbit Island, Nelson to compete in the Tasman Secondary School’s triathlon on Tuesday 3 March 2020. Rapaura School has been supporting this event for a number of years and is one we treasure as a way to celebrate individuals and teams successes in a […]
Today I felt so loved, appreciated, supported and believed in. My day started walking into a decorated card-filled office with so many kind wishes and comments that were truly appreciated. This followed with the staff providing morning tea, followed by lunch with two of my staff who have been with me throughout my time at […]
Friday 5 April we wore our gumboots to school to recognise and support Mike King’s goal of raising $2 million dollars to ensure NZ can provide free counselling to any kid in need. He says, “Depression is liking walking in mud everyday.” He identified wearing gumboots for a day was a way of illustrating the extra […]