Luke, Victoria and Pippa ran as members of the Tasman Cross Country team at inter-regional Cross Country championships. Teams from Tasman, Canterbury, South Canterbury and Wellington were competing. The talent and skill of all runners was exceptional. We are very proud to have three students from Rapaura School.
The Junior Syndicate were extremely lucky to have the opportunity to visit a number of local companies around Marlborough to further extend our inquiry around food and technology which began mid term. This exciting experience for the Junior Syndicate took the children to Saint Clair Winery, Wairau River Winery, Makana Chocolate Factory, D’Vine and Vines […]
The O’Dwyer Room have been working with Kate on Tapa Cloth. They have chosen images and colours to represent their camp at Lake Rotoiti.
Following O’Dwyer Room’s school camp at Lake Rotoiti they came back to school experimenting with ways to fend of those pesky sandflies that they experienced during camp. They knew they liked sweet, sticky stuff so thought fizzy would be good. Then they’ve prepared garlic, citrus of different kinds and leaves which they put inside the funnel […]
The Soper Room celebrated International Dot Day on 15 September. This day is in recommendation of how we must respect everyones efforts to allow for further successes. Here is a video called, The Dot, which highlights the message. Here is the Soper Room’s poster of their ‘dots.’
Monday 21 September, 7pm some of the Marlborough Schools came together to sing as a massed choir in the Marlborough Primary School’s Music Festival. The theme for the evening was, ‘A night at the Movies.’ We were treated to a wonderful evening of entertainment. A huge congratulations to Vita and Olive from Rapaura who were […]
Over the last few weeks, the Junior Syndicate have been growing seeds and sprouts thanks to the help of Shiloh Fyfe from Nourish Organics. On Friday, Shiloh brought in her slow cold press juicer and some volunteers from each class helped make a deliciously healthy juice using wheatgrass, pea shoots, apples, celery, lemons and mint. […]