Kia ora, Talofa, Malo e leleli, Kia orana, Fakalofa lahi Atu, Taloha Ni, Ni sa bula, 你好, Namaste, 안녕하세요, Hola, Xin chao.
Happy birthday to Malakai Brahne, Addison Nicholls, Scarlett Bertelsen, Jonas Qiao, Oliver Simonson, Alexander Patton, Serah Zang, Hayden Wong, Freddie Gardiner, Anna Thongtawee, Riley Farnhill, Ruby True, Myan Nithi, Leo Pienaar, Lucas Blenkinsop and Owen Shu.
Sit Less, Move More, Sleep Well Physical Activity Guidelines for Children and Young People
For school-aged children and young people (aged 5 to 17 years) high levels of physical activity, low levels of sedentary behaviour and sufficient sleep each day achieves greater health benefits.
A healthy 24 hours includes:
quality uninterrupted sleep of 9 to 11 hours per night for those aged 5 to 13 years and 8 to 10 hours per night for those aged 14 to 17 years, with consistent bed and wake-up times.
an accumulation of at least one hour a day of moderate to vigorous physical activity (incorporate vigorous physical activities and activities that strengthen muscles and bones, at least three days a week).
no more than two hours per day of recreational screen time.
for the remainder of the day:
sitting less, moving more – break up sitting time.
participating in structured and unstructured light physical activities.
Preserving sleep, trading indoor time for outdoor time, and replacing sedentary behaviours and light physical activity with additional moderate to vigorous physical activity can provide greater health benefits.
New Classroom Update
Fencing is being installed on the field for the new classrooms. The area in red will be fenced off and there will be no access to unauthorised people.
The school driveway running alongside Longmore Lane will only be a through access road to school. There is no parking or stopping on this driveway. This driveway must remain clear at all times.
If you’re dropping off or picking up your children from school you must use the Stop, Drop, Go area.
Matariki 2022 Celebrations at Silverdale School
Kia ora e te whānau,
On week 8, from Monday/Rāhina, te 20 Hune/June to Thursday/Rāpare, te 23 o Hune/June, our kura will be celebrating Matariki 2022 (Maori New Year) with various events and activities. Feel free to take a look at our Planning Overview here.
Thursday/Rāpare, te 23 o June/Hune, at 1:15pm, the whole kura/school will walk to Metro Park to fly our manu tukutuku/kites at 1:30pm. This is always a hit with the tamariki and you are all welcome to come along.
Key dates for Matariki:
Thursday//Rāpare, te 23 o July/Hune Kite Flying at Metro Park(Open to whānau)
Meet at Metro Park at 1:30pm
Friday//Rāmere, te 24 o June/HuneMatariki Public Holiday(The first Matariki public holiday in history)
Ngā mihi nui
PTA School Winter Wonderland disco
Friday 1 July
Tickets $10 on Kindo
Year 0-3 5:30pm – 7.00pm
Year 4-6 7:30pm – 9.00pm
Strictly Silverdale school students only, no siblings.
Test child at Day 3 and Day 7 if both tests are negative and they have no symptoms and they are healthy then they can return to school.
The PTA Calendar Art
The PTA Calendar Art fundraiser begins next Monday. All orders can be made via the Kids Art website. On Monday 4th July teachers will send home a printed letter with your child’s code and instructions on how to purchase the products.
The fundraiser will run from Monday 4th of July till Monday 8th of August.
Please be aware that we will only be offering this purchase time. After this cut off time no purchases can be made.
This year we have calendars, notebooks, greeting cards, a mouse pad, diaries and a range of pens available to purchase, which make some fantastic Christmas gifts! Once logged in you can choose to use your child’s artwork or alternatively, load your own photo for printing on your artwork.
Please fill in a sibling form and email back to the office and we can print it out for you. You need the sibling form to be able to get a sibling photo done. Cut off for sending through your forms is Friday 1st July 2022.
Thank you to our Newsletter Sponsors
Good as New Pre Loved Kids Market
Orewa Community Centre
Saturday 25 June
9am – 12 noon
40+ stalls selling pre-loved kids; clothes, toys, books, nursery furniture, buggies and lots more