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Campbells Bay School Number 19 16 June 2014

77 Aberdeen Road, Castor Bay, Auckland City 0620 Ph 09 410 7444 : Fax 09 410 5963 : Safety Check 09 410 9551 Email admin@campbellsbay.school.nz : Website www.campbellsbay.school.nz https://sites.google.com/a/cbsprimary.org/campbellsbayschool/

Coming Up Tuesday, 17 June  Golf Tournament Wednesday, 18 June  Mr McGowan on morning school bus. Come and join us!  Cluster Soccer Tournament Thursday, 19 June  Rugby Tournament  FOCBS Meeting, 7.30pm in the staffroom Tuesday, 24 June  Forest weeding, see page 4 Wednesday, 25 June  Cluster Basketball Tournament Thursday, 26 June  Forest weeding, see page 4  Chess Tournament Friday, 27 June  Disco in hall. See page 2

Welcome

Morning 042 Bus Firstly, thank you to those of you who emailed me giving examples of the non performance of the morning 042 bus. It is clear why patronage has declined as it has, namely, because of a service that has been substantially less than optimal in terms of reliability. I have forwarded all your emails to Auckland Transport. As an aside, the 042 service is operated by NZ Bus under authority of Auckland Transport (AT). While the school promotes the use of this bus, we have no authority or responsibility for the operation of this service. However, we will continue to make representations to AT in an attempt to make the service one that parents can have confidence in. If you have a complaint: You can log a complaint directly with AT either on line or by phone through the contact centre. That way you will be given a call tracking number and AT are obligated to follow up a response. Auckland Transport Customer Service Centre Phone 355 3553 (24 hours, 7 days a week) Or Fill out the feedback form at: www.at.govt.nz/about-us/contact-us/feedback-form/ Or the Maxx website feedback form at: www.maxx.co.nz/feedback.aspx?pageurl=/ Principal on the Morning 042

Harrison Frankham Kamryn Conway

While I fully appreciate I am not quite the draw cards of either Max or Miss Rawstron with her guitar and singing ability, I will be on the 042 bus morning service this Wednesday 18 June.

Uniform Shop

Year 5 Hot Shot Camper Awards

As with any new venture we need to review and seek feedback about it. If you have any feedback in relation to NZ Uniform and your experiences buying uniform for your child, please email me rachaela @campbellsbay.school.nz Thank you— Rachael Aitken

Congratulations to the Year 5 winners of the 'Hot Shot' camper awards at the last assembly. These students stepped outside their comfort zone, and were nominated many times over by people who were impressed with their manners, attitude, enthusiasm and achievements. Well done everyone!

2014 Term 2 5 May— 4 July Term 3 21 July—26 September Term 4 13 October—17 December


Mathlete of the Week Congratulations to Josh Ford from Room 22 for being Campbells Bay's 'Mathletics Mathlete Of The Week' this week! Everyone in the school has a chance to win this title. Just use your Mathletics as often as possible in one week (Monday to Sunday), and if you earn the most points across the whole school the title will be yours!

Wairau Intermediate School Becroft Drive, Forrest Hill

On Saturday the FOCBS hosted the Yr 3/4 movie ghit, which was great fun! A HUGE thank you to our Yr 4 helpers and the parents who helped set up and tidy up on the night. $511 was raised on the night.

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Friday, 27 June CBS Hall $5 per child—pay at the door

Open Days / Evening Wairau Intermediate School will be holding open days during school hours on Wednesday 27 August and Thursday 28 August and an Open Evening on 28 August from 7.00—8.30p;m. Current Yr 6 children and their parents/caregivers are invited to visit the school during these times. Information packs including enrolment forms will be available at the open days and evening but can also be obtained by phoning the Wairau Intermediate School office on 410 7805. Enrolments will be accepted anytime from 21 July during school hours. We are holding individual transition days for our main contributing schools. If you would like your child to also have the opportunity of spending a full day experiencing our technology and specialist classes and discovering the many opportunities our school offers, this can be arrange by phoning the school office on 410 7805.

FOCBS Disco

Yrs 0/1/2 : 5.30pm—6.30pm Yrs 3/4/5/6 : 6.45pm—8.00pm Glo products and sweet treats will be available to buy, so kids, bring some pocket money. We need a minimum of 10 parent helpers per session. If you can volunteer your time, please text Georgina 021 0468838 or contact Tracey on tracyjacksonsmith@gmail.com 

Next FOCBS

This week, Thursday, 19 June at 7.30pm in the staffroom. New faces always welcome.

Litter Less Lunch Day Results Congratulations Campbells Bay School. An awesome effort for litter-less lunch day! On average each class had only 23 pieces of rubbish. That’s less than one piece of rubbish per person. The winners had hardly any rubbish in their lunch boxes. 1st - Room 4 had only 2 pieces of rubbish in their whole class 2nd - Room 12 had 3 pieces of rubbish 3rd - Room 19 had 4 pieces of rubbish Well Done Room 4. Your prize is on its way to you! And Well Done CBS. Let’s continue to bring litter-less lunches to school and save our environment

Come on CBS - Make a Change!! “Not Self, but Service”


Sports Results

School Uniform : Shoes

CBS Waterblasters had a really tough game against the Albany Orcas and were beaten 0-8. Player of the Day went to Ben Dickson for great play through the centre. CBS Penguins played a tough physical game against Long Bay Sharks and lost 1-5. The girls gave it their all, especially in the second half when they came very close to scoring more goals. Player of the Day was Abi Taylor for great work on defense. CBS Anacondas had a good comprehensive win over Sunnybrae winning 16-1. Player of the Day was James Houliston who handled the ball skillfully throughout resulting in numerous goals and a standout performance in attack. CBS Penguins played a tough game putting in a much improved second half performance despite losing 1-5. Player of the Day was Abi Taylor for some excellent work in defence against far bigger opponents. CBS Turtles continue their winning streak with a 3-0 win over Mairangi Bay Marlines. Player of the Day was Daniel Ibbotson. They also played a much harder 6-4 win against Ponsonby Stingrays. Player of the Day was Charlie Sutton for great passes that helped the team in both defense and attacking play.

Just a reminder that the requirement to wear appropriately coloured shoes will be enforced from the start of next term.

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Flippaball

Netball

CBS Mini Ferns played a great game against Coatesville Silver Ferns and won 8-2. All the girls showed a great array of skills. Player of the Day went to Isabel McQueen-Hilig for her goal shooting and for being everywhere on the court. They also played Browns Bay Strikers and lost 2-5. Player of the Day went to Jessie Jamieson for finding space and being available. CBS Mini Mystics valiantly played and lost a wet and wild game against Oteha Velley. Player of the Day was Jasmine Beresford for amazing energy and effort. CBS Pouncing Puppies won 6-5 against Bayfield. Player of the Day was Chloe Farland for great intercepts and moving the ball down the court. CBS Tigers played Target Road Cheetahs and drew 1-1 after a well matched battle. Lovely to see the girls skills improving each week. Player of the Day was Portia Drummond. CBS Cheetahs had a fantastic game against Mairangi Bay winning 11-0. They all played amazing netball in very wet conditions. Player of the Day went to Evie Natusch. CBS Yr 6 team played Richmond Road and lost 0-13. Footwork has dramatically improved as has their hunger to fight for possession of the ball. Player of the Day was Cara. CBS Dolphins played their best game yet this week resulting in a 1-2 to St Josephs Rubies. Cerys George was Player of the Day for her brilliant intercepts. CBS Kiwis played an excellent game against Albany Blaze winning 6-2. Player of the Day went to Charlotte Hammond for her great work and overall team defense. CBS Extreme played a very strong Albany team and lost 8-18. The team all played brilliantly and the score was not indicative of a great game. CBS Blue Ferns played a great game against St Marys coming from behind to win 9-2. Player of the Day was Tabitha Porter for great work around the court. 

Miniball

CBS Spurs had a great game. They all really improved with their passing as a team and as a result beat Beachhaven Ballers 18-0. Player of the Day was Monte Clegg who showed great determination throughout the game and on top of that scored a brilliant goal. CBS Celtics suffered a loss to Sunnybrae with Player of the Day going to Aidan Rothery for his great defensive play. CBS Gold had another tough game this week against Marlborough Explosives which saw us losing 19-20 right on full time. The boys put in a huge effort and gave it their all but unfortunately were just pipped at the post. Player of the Day was Matthew Gell. CBS Cyclones played a tough game against St Marys School and won 9-0. Player of the Day went to Dylan Henderson for his much improved defence. CBS Storm beat Upper Harbour 10-1. Another very solids game with Player of the Day going to Victoria Lane (our honorary CBS student playing for us from Glamorgan Primary). CBS Spurs played Kristin Green 4 ending with a 6-6 draw. Player of the Day was Tom Akers who looked ahead and made some great passes. CBS Sonics lost against Marlborough Shotz 10-16. Player of the Day was Tyler Jamieson for his great overall court play. 

In keeping with the edict from Henry Ford (Senior), children can wear any colour of shoes they wish as long as they are either navy blue or black. (From memory, Mr Ford only provided one choice of colour for his cars: black

Hockey

CBS Falcons lost 2-4. All boys played very well and defended hard against a good team. Player of the Day was Finn Davidson. CBS Swifts had another fantastic game with all the girls improving but we lost 1-2 to St Johns. Player of the Day for fantastic attacking skills and never giving up—Ava Cunningham. CBS Bluestix have won two games out of three. They had good wins against Kristin (5-2) and Coatesville (3-0) and lost a closer game against Wainui (0-1). Player of the Days have been Jasmine Foley, Lucy Leith and Izzy Gaze. CBS Panthers won 6-0 against Willow Park Strikers. Player of the Day: Ryan Morrell. CBS Comets had a spirited game against Oteha Valley, but we were pipped at the post in the final minute 4-5. Player of the Day was awarded to Amy Smith for her great defensive play in the backs. CBS Leopards had a tough game against Coatesville Pink Socks. The gilrs put in 100% with Olivia Bartlett being Player of the Day. “Not Self, but Service”

40kph Traffic Signs Unfortunately, the two 'school zone signs' in Aberdeen Road are not always in operation before and after school. This is, mostly, because the signs are broken. As the signs are not the responsibility of the school, all we can do is alert Auckland Transport (AT) that the signs are not working. After we have notified AT, they then notify their contractor. This process appears to take some time.

NSW Test Papers If you have borrowed a test paper for your child to practice with before the testing takes place, please return them to the school office straight away. These practice papers are only intended to be at home for 24 hours for your child to view and practice. At present, all the papers have ‘disappeared’ and we have children who are waiting to view them before the tests. The test papers cost the school $16 per paper and if people don’t return them to the school office, we will have to place a charge on the papers if you wish to take them home.


Calling all Kids (aged 5-12 year old)

Forest Weeding

Mairangi Bay Business Assn is running a Kids Market on Saturday 15 November. Get crafting or baking, or clean out those cupboards for nearly new toys and try and think of a Christmas theme fi you can. Cost is $5 for a market stand and you can earn some Christmas money. Email coordinator@mairangibayvillage.co.nz or phone Joanne on 021 614655 for more information.

Forest weeding will take place on the following days. Place in your diaries now! Tuesday 24 June 9.15am 11.00 am

Year 5/6 (already in place) Years 0 - 2

Community Notices

Thursday 26 June

For Rent….. 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom cottage in Campbells Bay at the rear of a private property. Beach access across the road, small sunny deck and garden. Pets negotiable. No smokers. $480 per week plus bond and reference check fee. Phone Hayley 021 136 4284 or jandhfm@gmail.com For rent ….. One bedroom apartment. Own lounge, kitchen, bathroom and external access. Plenty of off street parking. Couple of minutes walk from CBS and right next to bus stop. Contact c.vickery@xtra.co.nz Scouts ….. Mairangi Bay Scout Group has positions available for new members. Keas on Monday 5.30pm for ages 6-8yrs. Cubs on Monday 7pm for ages 8-11yrs and Scouts on Wednesday 7pm for ages 11-14yrs. We would also love new leaders in our Keas section. Phone Dawn 478 4496. Looking for a kind home for first week of holidays …. For 6mth old Cavoodle puppy. He is house trained and might suit a family considering a dog and wanting to have a trial run first. We will supply his food and pay pocket money to whoever looks after him. Phone Gillian 0275 747400

9.15 am 11.00am

International Years 3 and 4

Fitness4Kids Holiday Programme Wednesday 16 July—9.30am—12 noon at CBS hall. As always we have two fully trained coaches and will age group split the children into our Fit Fantails (4-6 yrs) and Fit Falcons (7-10yrs). $30 per child. Email joanne@fitness4kids.co.nz to register After School programme also runs on Thursday 3.15—4.00pm each Thursday of Term 3 in the PA room. Sibling discounts available. Email Joanne as above.

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