Small change for me, BIG change for all.

Term 4 Inquiry

 

Sing out for change

Waiatatia atu mō te panoni

 ‘How can we make ‘our story’ SING?’

Me pēhea tātou e whakawaiata ai i ‘tā tātou kōrero’?

 Sylvia Park School invites you to our first screening of our ‘songs about change’ on Tuesday 6th December 2016 at Hoyts Cinema 1 at Sylvia Park Mall. 

Session 1 - 9:30am to 10:30am with junior students (Yr 1-3)

          (We need to be seated by 9:20am)

Session 2 - 11:00am to 12:00pm with senior students (Yr 4-8)

          (We need to be seated by 10:50am)

We look forward to seeing you there!

FOCUS STATEMENT:

Sing out for change.

FOCUS QUESTION:

How can we make 'our story' SING?

We are undertaking this sound art inquiry as an oppoptunity to explore the diversity of students and whanau in our school. We expect staff and students to engage and develop a deep understanding of music as we draw and develop our cultural practices, histories, theories, structures and our shared experience as a school. This inquiry is an opportunity to develop our children to be literate, not just as inquirers, but as musicians. We want to challenge our students to be more sophisticated about their music and choices by the end of this inquiry.

 

Term 3 Inquiry

Talent will get you far but character  will make you a champion!

"How do i find the champion within?"

Term 2 Inquiry

Make your idea pay!

"How can I become a successful entrepreneur?"

 

Term 1 Inquiry

"Growing a good idea."

 

 

Our Mission Statement

Setting children on a path of lifelong learning
Poipoia ä tätou tamariki ki te hïkoi i te ara o te mätauranga mö
ake tonu atu

Our School and Community Vision

When students leave Sylvia Park School we would like them to…

  • Achieve at or above national norms in literacy and numeracy to maximise all learning.
  • Demonstrate initiative to contribute positively within a changing society.
  • Be confident in their own identity.
  • Show resilience and flexibility to overcome challenges.
  • Maintain effective relationships based on tolerance, respect and honesty within a diverse community. 

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 Principal's Awards

Friday 18th November, 2016

Room Number

Name

1

Sarai

2

Dante

3

Anniyah

4

Gail

5

Gloria

6

Tiana-Willow

7

Vyom

8

'Eti

9

Hineira

10

Harlym-Hayes

13

Toetu

14

Ethan

15

JR

16

Tui

17

Te Anahera

21

Sam

22

Meliame

23

Daina

24

Tevita

ARL

Oceania

ARL

Aryan

ARL

Mark

ARL

Joan

Sports (Junior)

'Eti