Trips

Dive Zone

Dear Parents/Caregivers,


As we are entering our great Kiwi summer I feel it is the perfect time to prepare the children to feel confident and survive in deep water. We have the opportunity to visit Dive Zone on Wednesday 9th November to learn deep water survival skills. Dive Zone have a release form attached which needs to be completed and returned to school for every child.


We will be leaving school at 9.50am ready for a 10.30am start and returning to school by 12.30pm


The cost is $10 per child.


Children will need to bring
  • Togs and towel in a plastic bag
  • Wetsuit - optional
  • Warm clothes
  • Hats
  • sunscreen
  • Shoes
  • Packed lunch and drink bottle


If you can help with transport and supervision please complete the slip below and return by Friday.  
All children will also need to have a Deep water Liability Release Form printed off, signed and returned to school.
As this activity is in water we do need a greater amount of supervision than normal – especially parents who are willing to go in the water.


Thank you for your support,
Kylie Chambers
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Dive Zone


The consent below only needs to be filled in if you have not used the Wrap It Up Payment system
I give permission for _______________________ to participate in the Dive Zone Visit on Wednesday 9th November under the supervision of teachers, school staff or parents, and to travel by private car to the venue.

Signed _______________________                   Mobile Ph _____________________

Transport and Medical Information
Complete the google form if you can assist with transport.
If your child has any medical needs please complete the question on the form.


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ROCKTOPIA TRIP



Dear Parents/Caregivers,




We have the opportunity to visit Rocktopia, a new clip and climb facility at Mount Maunganui on Thursday 1st December to challenge and extend ourselves through indoor rock climbing.


Let me introduce to you ROCKTOPIA – the safe and exciting way to Rock Climb. ROCKTOPIA’S mission is to inspire, motivate and challenge people to give Rock Climbing a go in a fun, supportive and stimulating environment. As part of our gym we use the safe, secure and family friendly Clip N Climb walls.
We have 26 Amazing climbing challenges with 31 fun climbs for people of all ages and all under the one roof. Clip N Climb is a great way for people to have fun and you don't even need a belay person with the safe True Blue automatic Belay systems.
We will be leaving school at 9.30am ready for a 10am start and returning to school by 1.30pm
The cost is $10 per child - which is a huge reduced rate for school groups. Weather permitting, we will have lunch at a beach or park on our way home.


Children will need to bring
  • Covered shoes appropriate for climbing
  • All girls with long hair are required by Rocktopia to have it tied back
  • Warm clothes
  • Hats
  • Sunscreen
  • Packed lunch and drink bottle


If you can help with transport and supervision please complete the slip below.  
Thank you for your support,
Kylie Chambers
______________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Rocktopia


The consent below only needs to be filled in if you have not used the Wrap It Up Payment system
I give permission for _______________________ to participate in the Rocktopia on Thursday 1st December under the supervision of teachers, school staff or parents, and to travel by private car to the venue.

Signed _______________________                   Mobile Ph _____________________


Transport and Medical Information
Complete the google form if you can assist with transport
If your child has any medical needs please complete the question on the form.


Art Gallery

Dear Parents/Caregivers,



We have the opportunity to visit the Art Gallery on Friday 4th November to take part in the New Maori Ceramics in-Gallery experience and practical art activity.
This exhibition is an exciting snapshot of the contemporary Māori ceramics scene. For Whenua Hou: New Māori Ceramics Tauranga Art Gallery brings together an impressive lineup of Māori artists, including Dan Couper, Hera Johns, Darren Keith, Hana Rakena and Aaron Scythe.

Story-telling will be used to understand the nature of the artworks before each learner creates a contemporary artwork in unfired natural clay to take back to school.

We will be leaving school at approx 12.15 and travel by bus to the art gallery, returning by 2.55pm. There will be no charge for this activity.  

Children will need to bring
  • Covered shoes

If you are interested in helping with supervision please complete the consent slip below.  
Thank you for your support,
Kylie Chambers
______________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Art Gallery

I give permission for _______________________ to participate in the Art Gallery Visit on Friday 4th November under the supervision of teachers, school staff or parents, and to travel by bus to the venue.

I am able to help with supervisions   YES/NO

Any medical information the teacher needs to know ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Signed _______________________                   Mobile Ph _____________________

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