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2x filing cabinets free to collect from school office before this weekend. ... See MoreSee Less
Reminder: next Monday 8th March is TARANAKI ANNIVERSARY DAY.Tuesday 9th is Teacher Only Day, school is closed on both days to students. ... See MoreSee Less
Provisional Swimming 🏊‍♂️ Sports Day has moved to Tuesday March 16th. If needed Depending on Alert level changes we can postpone until Term 4. Let's hope Tuesday March 16th is an ON YOUR MARKS, GO! Day ... See MoreSee Less
The oven that was advertised is no longer available. ... See MoreSee Less
The Coastal Taranaki School community offer their condolences to the family of Mrs Nola Corbett. Mrs Corbett and her family continue to be longstanding supporters of the students in the Okato community. Each year at our school prize giving we present the Corbett Memorial Award to a Year 6 student for knowledge and kindness, the award has been presented since 1970.Our thoughts are with the Corbett family.Below is a photo of 1987 recipient and current CTS board member, Mr Matthew Moorby. ... See MoreSee Less
The Americarna cars passed through Okato today and we were lucky enough to be able to watch the procession. ... See MoreSee Less
The 'Let's Go' community bike track event that was advertised as cancelled last week has been rescheduled! for Tuesday 2nd March from 5-6pm at the CTS bike track.FOCTS will be holding a sausage sizzle. ... See MoreSee Less
Students in Pukeiti area of our Kura, using practical resources to support their math. ... See MoreSee Less
\\ TE KORU PĀ & OĀKURA PĀ WORKING BEE // Sunday, 28 FebruaryWhānau from Oākura Pā would like to invite the local community to take part in an upcoming working bee. The working bee will consist of two groups- one group will work at Te Koru Pā, the other in the maara (vegetable garden) at Oākura Pā.9.30am - EVERYONE gather at Oākura Pā for debrief9.45am - Group travels to Te Koru Pā (carpooling as limited parking near Te Koru Pā), other group walks to maara at Oākura Pā10am - Karakia1pm - Lunch is provided at Oākura PāTE KORU PĀWork consists of emptying large pieces of wood from 50+ bags, filled and helicoptered off Te Koru Pā to a nearby paddock. Due to the rāhui currently placed on Te Koru Pā and the physical nature of the work, it is not suitable for children to be present. * Please bring appropriate footwear, gloves & mask.MAARA (VEGETABLE GARDEN) AT OĀKURA PĀHelp is needed clearing the maara, building raised beds, moving compost, hanging gates... Children who are willing & able to assist are welcome to help. For the safety of younger children, it may be recommended they play on grass away from work area.* TOOLS: The following tools would be helpful for work required in the maara... weedeaters, lawnmowers, wheelbarrows, powerdrills, skillsaws, building tools (all power tools need to be battery powered as no power in the maara)Mā pango, mā whero, ka oti te mahi - by working together the work will get done! ... See MoreSee Less
BREAKFAST CLUBKia Ora whānauWe are very happy to share with you all that our Breakfast Club is up and running smoothly and all studentsfrom New Entrant - Year 13 are very welcome to come along. In our trial run we have had students comealong to top up what they have already had at home, or eat because they ran out of time to have it at home.Some simply enjoy the social aspects of having some kai with their friends. All are welcome, we love seeingour students’ smiling faces each morning.When: Monday - Friday from 8.15 a.m.Where: Foods RoomWhat: Weetbix, milk, yoghurt, canned fruit, toast and spreads and Baked Beans on toast.Cost: FreeWe would like to acknowledge and say a huge thank you to KidsCan, KickStart breakfast and OkatoCommunity Church, who have provided all the kai for this wonderful opportunity, which enables us to offer itfree of charge to our students.We would also very much like to thank our volunteer breakfast-makers-extraordinaire, who are rostered toassist with the preparation, serving, socialising and clean up. We are very appreciative of Marcus Wade, JoyBurmeister, Treishka Morgan, Nicola Moffitt and Kat Moffitt who have already started, with others to come onboard shortly.Shelley Cook (SENCO) and Treishka Morgan (School Chaplain/ Kai tautoko) are the main contacts at schoolfor any queries. ... See MoreSee Less
Tabloid sports in action at Coastal Taranaki School. All students in whānau groups playing games that encourage sportsmanship and team building. ... See MoreSee Less
Awa whānau group! ... See MoreSee Less
Investigating tendons and ligaments through chicken wings!! Dissection in Year 10 Science ... See MoreSee Less
Beach Education run by Surf lifesaving NZ started this week at NPOB surf club in Oakura for our Year 0-8 students.Thanks to the amazing life guards, staff & parent helpers who have and will be, supporting our students to participate in this very important educational opportunity. Our junior classes who missed out early this week due to COVID Level 2 and weather restrictions will have the chance later in the year to take part. ... See MoreSee Less
Torpedo7 Friends & Family OfferThe Deal: Save up to 50% offValid Dates: 17 Feb 2021 – 2 Mar 2021How to redeem: In store - Show this email or the attached flyer on your phone.Online – Use the promo code on this flyer below: (FF-43B4-4F30) to use at the online checkoutT&C's - *Discounts are off RRP and vary by category. If the product is already on promotion customer will receive the lower of offer or promo pricing. Not available in conjunction with ... See MoreSee Less
Power is back on! ... See MoreSee Less
Power is currently off here at school but school is still open! ... See MoreSee Less
This event has unfortunately been canceled due to Covid Alert Level 2. ... See MoreSee Less

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