It has been an exciting start to 2017 with a many things happening around Homai Campus. We have had to deal with some incredibly wet weather as well as studying water in all its many forms.
We have also had the Interschool Adapted sports at Mt Roskill as well as the Secondary School Special Olympics Athletes Day.
We have made a step towards completing stage two of the outdoor learning environment – Freemasons Park with the development of The Grid.
Read more in our Homai Campus School Newsletter.
Jack and Benjamin at The Smoke Free Rock Festival
Kia Ora, Ni Hau, Talofa Lava, Kia Orana, Malo e lelei, Salam Alaikum, Namaste, Ni Sa Bula, Fakalofa Lahi Atu and Greetings.
You will see through the newsletter that Term 2 has been an incredibly busy one for Homai Campus School.
The school have been following a focus of Pasifika and have much to share.
You can read more of what has been happening in the Homai Campus Term 2 Newsletter – 2016.
The Kickstart group before entering the tunnel
Homai Campus School have had a full on start to 2016.
Highlights include Jumpstart learning Te Reo, Takahe’s preparations for the Parasports Day, Weka learning about their own families and Tui and their Great Kumar Hunt.
Kiwi class have been showing their sporting prowess in two sporting events, James Cook Satellite Class have been training for three athletic events, Kickstart went on camp and Nikau Hostel welcomed seven students at the beginning of the year.
What a busy start to the year! You can read more of what has been happening in the Homai Campus Newsletter Term 1 2016.