Thursday, 28 August 2014

Papakura Schools Football Tournament

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Papakura Football Tournament


Today Kelvin Road School is hosting the Papakura Football Tournament.

Schools from around Papakura are visiting us and competing against other local schools.
KRS are hosting it and we hope we do well.
We have seen some awesome skills and talent.
Good luck to all participants

Neisha, Keara, Angeline (This morning)

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Monday, 25 August 2014

Bobby visits the Junior School

On Friday the police visited our Junior school.
Bobby the dog and Constable Bryan along with other policemen and policewoman were telling us about wearing seatbelts and to make sure to keep dogs on their leash.

By Marius and Nigel (Room 7)

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Councillors Report - Highwire Charitable Trust - Rosse Iosefa (Room 19)

Every Tuesday in Term 3 the KRS Councillors are going to the High Wire charitable trust.
This week the councillors and I went to the Highwire Trust and once we arrived we went into our little classroom and started talking about R.E.S.P.E.C.T.

After that we started putting on our harnesses and helmet and headed out.

We started with trust activities then started rock climbing it was really scary at first but then I got used to it. I heard allot of encouragement and no put downs, it was a really enjoyable day.
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Rosse Iosefa (Room 19)Councilor


 

Friday, 15 August 2014

Some footage of a piece of the PPA Music Festival hosted at Kelvin Road School

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By Neisha.
Kelvin Road School hosted an awesome music show. It was awesome our guest loved it and really enjoyed themselves.
The best part was when all of the choir students put on their gloves and sang in the dark it was amazing for Kelvin Road School, over 100 people showed up during the day and not many seats were left.

Monday, 11 August 2014

Road Patrol

The local police called in this morning, assisting our road patrollers keeping students safe

Photos by Mrs Heke