Thank you to everyone who supported our coastguard fundraiser.
Congratulations To: Ava Knowles, Jenele Saunders, Lana Clark and Erica Batchelor who took part in the Tasman Schools Literacy Quiz today at the Tasman District Library.
On Tuesday 4th July we will be having a bit of a gathering at breakfast time to celebrate Matariki. Matariki is the Māori name for the star cluster known as the Pleiades.
Cash for the Coastguard Kahurangi class needs your help to raise money for The Nelson Coastguard Last week someone stole equipment from the Nelson Coastguards boat.
Appleby School students enjoyed outstanding success at the Waimea South Zone Cross Country Championships at Rabbit Island yesterday.
Some student reflections on the Appleby School Cross Country.
Disco- Thursday 29th June in the school hall, 6:30-8pm.
Thank you to everyone who helped out and supported the students at the school Cross Country eventat Rabbit Island on Tuesday. We got lucky with the weather and it was fantastic to see the resilience on show as the children battled their way through the sandy terrain.
A huge thank you to Lisa and Tim Rutledge of Moutere Motors in conjunction with Tyre and Wheel Ltd and BKT Tyres for donating a huge box of rugby and soccer balls to Appleby School.
In Whakatu class they have been writing stories that have characters who have to deal with a bullying situation.
Today we made catapults. I made mine with Ashleigh. We used barbeque sticks and marshmallows to hold them together.
The week beginning 22nd May is Bullying Free NZ Week. This is a chance to raise awareness and promote a bullying free environment at schools.
Last week a group of boys went to the Menz Shed in Richmond to follow through on a safety idea they had.
Last year several parents kindly gave up their time to support students with their reading. It was very successful and greatly enjoyed by the students. The adults spent half an hour in school twice
I liked all of his inventions, they were visionary for his time and people have evolved then continually to be still used today