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.
|21 June 2012 - Term 2, Week 9||
Compassion in Action!
Children at George Street Normal School have been learning about compassion this term as a willingness to help, empathise with, or show mercy to...
|14 June 2012 - Term 2, Week 8||
National Standards Results
Our recently published Annual Report includes student achievement results in relation to the National Standards for 2011. Children’s...
|7 June 2012 - Term 2, Week 7||
The World @ GSNS
George Street Normal School is proud to be a signatory to the International Code of Practice and has a long history of welcoming and supporting children...
|31 May 2012 - Term 2, Week 6||
Chairperson’s Report 2011
What a privilege it is to be a part of a busy, thriving and stimulating school where a huge effort is made to help our children achieve to...
|24 May 2012 - Term 2, Week 5||
Creating a culture of curiosity - Part 2
We’re hoping that many parents, grandparents and children will take the opportunity to come to school tonight. Wander...
|17 May 2012 - Term 2, Week 4||
George Street Normal School presents an Inquiry Open Night
All classrooms will be open with displays
Thursday 24 May
|10 May 2012 - Term 2, Week 3||
Term 2 Electives have begun!
Each Friday morning this term, children can be found around our school involved in a variety of different learning opportunities we call...
|3 May 2012 - Term 2, Week 2||
Planning and Reporting Targets - Part 2
Each year the Ministry of Education requires every New Zealand school to set targets for student achievement. At the beginning of...
|26 April 2012 - Term 2, Week 1||
Planning and Reporting Targets - Part 1
Each year the Ministry of Education requires every New Zealand school to set targets for student achievement and I am pleased to...
|5 April 2012 - Term 1, Week 10||
Term one was fun!
It seems hard to believe that the first school term for 2012 has finished. Over the past 10 weeks we’ve established the routines of daily literacy...