Our Vision…

Creating a love of learning within a safe, caring, respectful, sustainable environment where individual excellence and diversity is valued.

Principals Message: 30.11.16

Kia ora Parents, Whānau, Caregivers and Friends of the School.

Congratulations to all the children who performanced at Christmas at Highlands last Friday evening. Unfortunately I could not be there, but I have very good feedback about the Kapahaka and JumpJam groups’ performance. I have heard that we had children in several other groups too, who were also amazing. Special thanks to the staff and parents who supervised the children.

 With the senior pantomime performances starting in  a few days time, the children have been polishing the dances and songs, mastering lines and finalising costumes. A very time busy of year, but fun for the children.

 The school council have decided to run a junior (Y1-3) and senior (Y4-6) disco on Friday 9 December, during school time, with the junior disco being held from 12-1:15pm and the senior disco being held from 1:30-2:45pm. This is not compulsory. The theme is “Neon”  – bright colours. These can be any clothed/costumes/Wigs etc in bright colours. We ask children who would like to attend these for a gold coin donation. There will be limited finger lights $1 / globangles 50c for sale. Junior Children are to be plate of suitable “lunch” food  and the seniors a plate for afternoon nibbles. No Potato crisps or popcorn please. Lemonade 50c, water – free.

Ka pai to wiki – have a good week. Nga mihi nui, Sharon.

Key Links:

Goldfields Athletics Sports Results 2016

Central Otago Kids Duathlon Results

Primary Schools Cromwell Zone Review: Descriptions and Maps


Bring Your Own Device Forms


Trophy Winners 2015

Trophy Winners 2015: Whanau Leaders: Kiwi – Pablo, Victoria; Contributions to the life of the School – Ben; Individual Excellence – Will; Anderson Family Trophy for Effort, Attitude, Diligence  – Lucy; Dalzell Family Trophy for Positivity, Courage and Kindness – Jessie.