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.
|28 February 2013 - Term 1, Week 4||
School Outside the Classroom
This week I have been visiting our school’s 126 Year 5 and 6 children as they participate in a week long programme of educational...
|21 February 2013 - Term 1, Week 3||
Supporting George Street Normal School
The support of our parents and caregivers is always appreciated. This year we are planning to have a school fair on Saturday 7...
|14 February 2013 - Term 1, Week 2||
Meet your child’s teacher
We warmly invite parents to our 2013 “Meet the Teacher” evening being held next Thursday 21 February. This is our first formal...
|7 February 2013 - Term 1, Week 1||
The new school year has commenced! We have had a busy and enjoyable first three days settling back into the routines and expectations of school life. A...
|13 December 2012 - Term 4, Week 9||
From the Staff at George Street Normal School
Holidays are nearly here
What a wonderful celebration of our children we have had...
|6 December 2012 - Term 4, Week 8||
Tāhā Māori at GSNS
Tāhā Māori is the Māori dimension in education at George Street Normal School. It is inclusion of the Māori language (te reo) and Māori culture (tikanga...
|29 November 2012 - Term 4, Week 7||
Each year our school helps children understand their strengths through the ‘Sundial Project’. This term we focus on ‘Strength...
|22 November 2012 - Term 4, Week 6||
Environmental education update
Environmental education at George Street Normal School is reinforced through the many sustainable practices that occur regularly in our...
|15 November 2012 - Term 4, Week 5||
Accelerating writing progress
Enhancing children’s attitudes towards and abilities in writing has been an ongoing focus at George Street Normal School this year. As...
|8 November 2012 - Term 4, Week 4||
George Street Normal School presents
“Medal Mayhem in the Middle Team!"
Featuring the children in the Middle Team (Rooms 9, 10, 11, 12, 16, 17)