What an amazing day Parerā 5 and 6 had at Ferrymead Heritage Park yesterday. We had an incredible group of parents to support the children and teachers and everyone enjoyed a variety of activities, dressed in our cute costumes! The Ferrymead educators commented on what a lovely group of children our tamariki were which made us very proud. Parent helpers - please send me any photos you took and I can add them to the blog.
Kia ora whānau. Welcome to St Albans School! My name is Mrs Cara Wallace and I will be your child's home base teacher this year. The children will call me 'Cara'. Our home base name is Parerā 5. All of the hubs in our school are named after native New Zealand birds and Parerā is the Māori word for our native Grey Duck. We are the first class in our hub. As the roll grows, we will welcome new teachers and children into our large collaborative teaching and learning space. Throughout the year we will also work closely with Pīwakawaka our other Year One hub.
Please click on the 'Notices' tab above to find out information about our classroom programme, stationery, uniform and several other important items. I look forward to meeting you all in the near future.