Following on from their experiments to find out which smell insects like least, the O’Dwyer Room made their own insect repellent, ‘O’Dwyer Room Bite Me Not’. Vanessa came into class to show them how she makes insect repellent using natural oils and wax. The O’Dwyers got to smell the essential oils like clove, lavender and […]
24 enthusiastic, keen mountain bikers competed today against 16 other schools to come home with second place. Thank you to Seddon School for organising another great event. Thank you to the parents who supported with transporting and cheerleading. Well done everyone. Once again I was a very proud principal.
What a fantastic day, Spring Show 2015, was with a good number of animals, crafts, fashion wear, sunshine and smiling faces. It is a credit to the school and the supportive families how everyone comes together. Thank you to the judges who take their time, and some have for many years, to support the school. […]
Welcome back to Term 4, 2015. Kate and the extension art group have been busy working and making first designs of our new logo and branding. We are looking at the word REACH. The children will unpack and introduce this to you in the near future once we have finalised things.
Luke, Victoria and Pippa ran as members of the Tasman Cross Country team at inter-regional Cross Country championships. Teams from Tasman, Canterbury, South Canterbury and Wellington were competing. The talent and skill of all runners was exceptional. We are very proud to have three students from Rapaura School.
The Junior Syndicate were extremely lucky to have the opportunity to visit a number of local companies around Marlborough to further extend our inquiry around food and technology which began mid term. This exciting experience for the Junior Syndicate took the children to Saint Clair Winery, Wairau River Winery, Makana Chocolate Factory, D’Vine and Vines […]
The O’Dwyer Room have been working with Kate on Tapa Cloth. They have chosen images and colours to represent their camp at Lake Rotoiti.