A parent sent us a message about an online survey about parking. If enough people give feedback it may help GSNS get some more parking around our school.....
HI, it feels like there's a bit of a parking problem at the school at the moment. DCC are asking for parking feedback so this might be a good opportunitiy for people to raise this #DunedinCityCouncil want to know what people think about parking in Dunedin so we can improve the service we provide for our residents and visitors. To help them develop different options, they need feedback on the key issues, what works well and what they can improve. They are gathering information through the online form at
Feedback closes 5pm, Monday 21 May 2018.

Read-A-Thon Dress Up Day

Today we have had fun and games with our final day of the Read-A-Thon, dressing up as book characters.  This is Room 18 with Miss Dore.  Check out our school website for more photos of the whole school!

PAL's day at the Edgar Stadium

A group of our year 6 students recently attended a PAL's day (Playground Activity Leader's day) at the Edgar Stadium.  They were able to learn a variety of skills that they can take back to school to help them and others run lunchtime activities. 

Thanks Alhambra-Union Rugby Club

A big thank you to the Alhambra-Union Rugby club who came to GSNS on Sunday and filled all the steps in our Adventure Playground with crusher dust. This was a big job and now our Adventure is a lot safer for everyone.

Brett Fairweather visits George Street Normal School

Today Brett Fairweather provided us with an excellent role model of someone who believes in quality, exciting aerobics.  Children from the Senior Team and Senior Models (and their teachers) challenged themselves to keep up with Brett and he Jump Jammed across the stage.

Chess Club Commences

Chess club started on Tuesday and we had lots of interest as you can see. However, if your child missed out, remind them to come along. We have lots of players more than willing to either teach someone new or try their hand against a new opponent. Chess club -Tuesday 12:45-1:30 in Upper Te Puma Ako.

Outdoor Education 2018

The Year 6 campers, parents and teachers have returned from Camp Iona having had a great week including many firsts and success stories.  Likewise the Year 5 Adventure week has seen many children exploring new activities within Dunedin, developing and extending their range of skills.   Thanks to all the parents, staff and children who have made our Outdoor Education week one to remember!

Heart Kids NZ supported by GSNS

Hunter of Room 13 decided that it would be a good idea to bring in someone from the Heart Kids NZ to talk about how they support children who have heart ccnditions.  Our visiting speaker, Marlene, talked to us about Starship Hospital up in Auckland and how they do such a good job helping parents and children, who sometimes have to stay up at Starship hospital for quite some time, getting help.  Hunter was very pleased that the children of Room 13 helped to raise money to help Heart Kids NZ.   Well done Room 13.