George Street Normal School publishes a newsletter every Thursday during the school term. Newsletters are sent home with the oldest child in the family. Excerpts from previous newsletters are available on this page.
|12 September 2013 - Term 3, Week 8||
George Street Normal School Fair 2013 – What a Success!
And what a fair it was!!
On behalf of the Board of Trustees, I would like to thank everyone in the...
|5 September 2013 - Term 3, Week 7||
Get ready for … Fair Extraordinaire!
The school fair is our major fundraising event this year. A hardworking team of parents under the leadership of Carole...
|29 August 2013 - Term 3, Week 6||
Sundial Project Update
At the beginning of each year we ask children at George Street Normal School to select at least two goals to work towards. The goals are confirmed by...
|22 August 2013 - Term 3, Week 5||
School Cross Country
Well done to our children who took part in our annual cross country on Tuesday. Races were highly competitive and a team of 56 children have been...
|15 August 2013 - Term 3, Week 4||
On the Marae
Our year five and six pupils visited the Otakou Marae on the Otago Peninsula last week. The purpose of these visits has been to provide our children with age-...
|8 August 2013 - Term 3, Week 2||
Doing the right thing
At a recent meeting of the Board of Trustees we reviewed the achievement of our children in character development. The following data was taken from...
|1 August 2013 - Term 3, Week 1||
George Street Normal School presents a Maths Open Night
All classes will be open with displays
Thursday 8 August
|11 July 2013 - Term 2, Week 10||
Time for a break
Another full and busy term comes to an end at George Street Normal School tomorrow.
There have been a number of successful outcomes in and out of...
|4 July 2013 - Term 2, Week 9||
Kaupapa Māori Day
The children in our junior team, middle team and junior model classes enjoyed a day of cultural activities last Wednesday. Teachers, parents and college...
|27 June 2013 - Term 2, Week 8||
Reports come home tomorrow!
Over the past month our teachers have been reviewing children’s progress at school and next week we plan to meet with parents to discuss...