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VOLUME 156 NUMBER 12 ~ TERM 3 WEEK 4 WEDNESDAY 17 AUGUST 2016 Published every even week during school terms. Posted to school families, the wider community, on the web and emailed by request. Copy and casual advertising for #13 published Wed 31 Aug closes Thu 15 August.

"Talent is never enough. With few exceptions the best players are the hardest workers” Magic Johnson

CALENDAR Wed 17 Aug Tues 23 Aug Wed 24 Aug Fri 26 Aug Fri 2 Sep Mon 5 Sep Tue 6 Sep Wed 7 Sep

Tue

13 Sep

Mon 19 Sep Tue 20 Sep Fri 30 Sep

* Further information elsewhere in the newsletter.

MGC Introductory Evening PRT Worshop – Mrs Allan Assembly 14:30 Hall Daffodil Day Marl Cricket Mobile Dental Clinic Immunisations # 3 Havelock Science Fair Assembly 14:30 Hall Cuddon Regional Tech Challenge MPA Conference – Mrs Eden NZEI Paid Union Meeting – School closed* Science Fair – Stadium TBC BoT Meeting 19:00 - Pelorus Reading Recovery – Nelson – Mrs Eden Term 3 ends

www.havelock.school.nz/index.php/calendar Click item for status and/or info. See also our smart phone PTC app.

Please note: School will be closed on Tuesday 13 September to enable staff to attend an organised union meeting. Further information will be made available closer to the date. 47 Main Road Havelock 7100 Marlborough Ph +64 3 574 2106 Fx +64 3 574 2123 Em admin@havelock.school.nz In www.havelock.school.nz


DOUBLE DOLPHIN AWARDS acknowledging recent achievement, effort and commensurate reward

The Term 3 theme for Kiwi Can is Integrity and can be broken into three major components – Honesty, Responsibility, Reliability. The following were recently recognised with a DOUBLE DOLPHIN Award relating especially to the Honesty aspect of Integrity.

Congratulations to

Azza Powell Isla Baillie André Mueggenburg-Swanston Lucas Skipper

Honesty is so much more than simply telling the truth. These students usually demonstrate honesty in their actions and behaviours by playing by the rules, doing what they should, keeping their word, giving their best effort, etc. Well done – keep it up! 47 Main Road Havelock 7100 Marlborough Ph +64 3 574 2106 Fx +64 3 574 2123 Em admin@havelock.school.nz In www.havelock.school.nz


RECOGNISED RECENTLY acknowledging recent achievement, effort and commensurate reward

Reading Nights (to 8 August) 25 nights Conrad McGhie 50 nights Azza Powell 75 nights Hamiora Wilson-Steele, Elliot Swanston, Kaytie Mulholland 100 nights Elliot Swanston, Demi O’Donnell 125 nights Demi O’Donnell, Tane Ward, Lafai King, André Mueggenburg-Swanston, Towa Urakawa-Murdoch, Jack Mulholland, Ari Tremain, Ashley Mulholland 150 nights Courtney Brownlee, Drew O’Donnell, Alex Steele, Olivia Johnson, Kelan Bailey, Demi O’Donnell, André Mueggenburg-Swanston, Molly Jo Munro, Towa Urakawa-Murdoch, Tyla-Rose Illsley-Slape, George Robbins 175 nights Alfie Foote, Abbey Lawrence, Hunter Elvy, Manawa Ward, Ellie Gatjens, Liddy Horton-Smith, Ollie Foote, Emma McCauley, Max Skehan, Caleb Bailey-Gatchell, Mia Higgins, Drew O’Donnell, Olivia Johnson, Alex Steele, Kelan Bailey, Molly Jo Munro, Anika McPhee, Lucas Skipper, Tyrani Stewart 275 nights Tiabeina Obetaia

FROM GUM TREES TO CASH… The gum trees are one step closer to becoming cash and now we are calling for volunteers to help split, load and deliver the wood. If you are able to supply a splitter and/or help split the rounds, or load the trailer, etc, please phone the office and we will get back to you to confirm dates and times. If you would like to order a trailer load of recently felled gum, call the office and leave your name and contact details. Wood will be sold on a first in first served basis with payment on delivery and when it’s gone it’s gone, so be in quick. Ph 574 2106

ADVENTURE PLAYGROUND The playground is very close to becoming a construction site! Over the next couple of weeks the existing equipment will be dismantled in preparation for the upgrade. A fence will be erected around the upper playground to provide a visible barrier to help keep everyone safe during the rebuild.

47 Main Road Havelock 7100 Marlborough Ph +64 3 574 2106 Fx +64 3 574 2123 Em admin@havelock.school.nz In www.havelock.school.nz


KIWICAN ESTUARY CLEAN-UP

When we did rubbish Alfie picked up a shoe left from the Muddy Buddy and I picked up a crab and the crab was moving and it was moving sideways. I found a container and it was full with water. William The whole class went to the estuary. We picked up rubbish. When we went back we had sausages. Manawa On Wednesday we went with KiwiCan to the estuary to do a community cleanup. We had to wear our gumboots because it was very muddy. Mostly everyone got lots of rubbish. When we all got back we all had a BBQ. There were sausages in bread and fruit. Everything was fun. Mia On Wednesday our whole school went to the estuary. Our group went into the bushes to get heaps of rubbish and there was heaps on the hill. In the bushes we found a shoe and an umbrella. When we got back we had sausages and fruit and apples. Drew 47 Main Road Havelock 7100 Marlborough Ph +64 3 574 2106 Fx +64 3 574 2123 Em admin@havelock.school.nz In www.havelock.school.nz


On Wednesday we went to pick up rubbish. We went to the estuary to pick up rubbish. I found fake flowers in the bush. I went through the bush. I found a glass bottle. I found a blue bottle. It was awesome. Conrad

We went to the estuary. We found lots of rubbish. There was lots of polystyrene and plastic. It was disgusting picking up other people’s rubbish. Phynix On Wednesday our school cleaned up the estuary. We left school at 9:00 am. Before we left, the whole school gathered in the hall to discuss who was going in the van and who was in what group. Each group was given a rubbish bag to put the rubbish in. We found lots of rubbish including bottles, pants, t-shirts, and four light bulbs. It was fun because we got to go in the bush, hold a crab (almost got nipped!) and it was interesting to find out how much people were too lazy to put their rubbish in the bin. When we got back to school we got free sausages and apples and oranges. Kiwi Can reminded us of how important it is to protect our wildlife and our environment. We learnt picking up rubbish is important and shows respect and integrity because it means doing the right thing. Towa, Demi & Zoe On Wednesday 10th August the whole of Havelock School split into sixteen groups so we could head on down to the estuary to do some tidying up. Some people went down the Mole and the rest of us went to where we planted the trees a couple of years ago, across from the dump. Altogether we collected roughly 2025 big bags full of rubbish. Special thanks to all the adults who helped. Tayla, Aroha & Tyla-Rose 47 Main Road Havelock 7100 Marlborough Ph +64 3 574 2106 Fx +64 3 574 2123 Em admin@havelock.school.nz In www.havelock.school.nz


- PELORUS CLUSTER CROSS-COUNTRY – Despite a gloomy and slightly damp start, the Pelorus Cluster Cross Country was completed with varying degrees of enthusiasm and determination! I know that many of you were bitterly disappointed to miss out on the Open race, especially after all of your training!

Results Havelock – 1st Canvastown – 2nd Rai Valley – 3rd Linkwater – 4th Waitaria Bay – 5th

I came second in cross country. I was puffed because I ran a field. It was fun. I liked getting wet because I was hot. My brothers came 4th and 1st. Hunter

47 Main Road Havelock 7100 Marlborough Ph +64 3 574 2106 Fx +64 3 574 2123 Em admin@havelock.school.nz In www.havelock.school.nz


When my school went to cross country Mrs Wearing took photos of some people. I lined up to do cross country. When we started I was shy. I felt happy because I came 5th. Tiabeina

I was after Curtis and Mum was cheering loud. Azza

This is me running. Cushla

Congratulations to everyone who took part. You trained well and worked hard. Well done!

47 Main Road Havelock 7100 Marlborough Ph +64 3 574 2106 Fx +64 3 574 2123 Em admin@havelock.school.nz In www.havelock.school.nz


Privilege Clubs Havelock School would like to run a Privilege Club each Friday afternoon (2:00 – 2:45) as an incentive for completing work on time and we would like your help! Privilege Clubs are activities run in small groups that provide opportunities for students to try some different things, learn some new skills, and have fun. Some examples of activities are listed below: Origami Baking Pancakes Fishing off the wharf Walking Biking Card games Board games Crafty creations Stitching Painting Sketching Knitting Crochet Photography Carving Woodwork Dance Karaoke

Zumba Singing Ukulele Guitar Piano Keyboard Writing Reading Outdoor games Table Tennis Poi making Hair styling Playdough Technology Challenge Web design Friendship bracelets Sock puppets Bead jewellery Kites

Lego Gardening (vege garden) Team building activities Mask making Balloon Hacky sack making Bath bombs/ bath jelly making/lip balms Fondant decorating Fairy garden making Maths games Flower arrangements

You might have some more brilliant ideas that we haven’t included on the list – it just needs to be something that can be completed in 45 minutes as the students will not necessarily be doing the same activity each week. The students select 3 options each Monday and these choices are then collated and organised for the following Friday. Not every student will get their first choice as groups will vary in size according to activity, ability, etc. Those students who have not completed their work prior to 09:00 am on Friday morning will form the Incomplete Group and will be assisted by a teacher to finish their work so they have another chance the following week. In order for this to be successful we need parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, in fact any capable person who is willing to come along, (doesn’t have to be family) to help run the activities. You do not need to be an expert in anything, you just need to be willing to share your time and an activity you enjoy with the students. Ideally, groups would be between 5 – 10 students depending on the activity and be cost free. Equipment such as bikes, fishing rods, etc would need to be provided by the student but it is anticipated that materials for crafts, baking, etc would be provided by the school. The more helpers there are, the more options the students will have to choose from. If you think you would like to be involved in the Privilege Programme please phone the school office 5742106 with details of the activity, group numbers, age restrictions (if any), materials required, etc. We need to have options in by Monday 22 August so we can get things organised to begin Privilege Club this term (26 August, 2 September, 9 September, 16 September).

47 Main Road Havelock 7100 Marlborough Ph +64 3 574 2106 Fx +64 3 574 2123 Em admin@havelock.school.nz In www.havelock.school.nz


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Havelock Blueshop – 69 Main Street, Havelock – Ph 03 574 2452 A good selection of  Giftware  Kitchenware  Tools  Garden equipment  Toys Too many things to mention. Come and have a look. Layby available. Shop Hours Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

10:00 – 4:00 10:00 – 4:00 10:00 – 5:30 10:00 – 4:00 10:00 – 4:00 9:00 – 2:00 Closed

DRY FIREWOOD Gum, Douglas Fir, Lawson mix $240 (COD) for 3.6m3 load. Phone Rose 574 2954 or Tish 574 1416.

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Alzheimers Marlborough assists people with Alzheimers or a related Dementia and their families. Living with dementia can be very stressful but you need not struggle on alone. Alzheimers Marlborough is now available in Havelock to provide practical information, support and education to anyone in the local community whose life is being affected by dementia. Confidentiality is guaranteed. Alzheimers Marlborough will be in Havelock monthly on a Wednesday on the following dates: Aug 31st, Sept 28th, Oct 26th and Nov 30th. Venue: St Peters Church Hall, 30 Lawrence Street. 10am-12pm for existing clients. 1pm-3pm for a Drop In Centre for all Havelock/Marlborough Sounds residents. Alzheimers Marlborough – 8 Wither Road, Blenheim Ph 03-577-6172 Facsimile 03-577-6174 Email alzheimersmarlb@xtra.co.nz Web www.alzheimers.org.nz Facebook www.facebook.com/alzheimersmarlborough

A dementia-friendly New Zealand / Aotearoa

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MAINLY MUSIC Mainly Music is STARTING UP AGAIN. 10am - 11am every Friday at St Peter's Church Hall, 30 Lawrence Street. Music and movement for pre-schoolers. $2 donation per family. Morning tea provided. PEA STRAW Spray-free Pea Straw for sale at just $10 per bale. Phone 574 2323.

Eggs for sale Free range $6 per dozen Ph/txt 027 5777656

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Hi Everyone, I will be taking 2 more beginner classes this month. Regulars still attend as we will be learning some new dances. You are welcome to come to watch a class to get an idea of what Zumba is all about. Bring a friend for extra fun. Children are welcome to come but Parents please stay with them. Please feel free to ring to receive any information or “like” Havelock Zumba Pam Elvy on Facebook for updates. Beginner class for August are Monday 15th at 6pm Havelock School hall & Wednesday 24th 9am at Havelock Pavilion. 2016 WEEKLY TIMETABLE - Havelock School Hall (off Lawrence Street) Monday evening class 6pm-7pm Wednesday class 9am-10am (Havelock Town Hall) Thursday evening class 6pm-7pm Friday class 9am-10am $5 per class (under 10yrs free) 10-18yrs $2 per class. Concession cards are available. Please wear comfortable gear and shoes. Remember to bring a drink of water and a small towel. Pam Elvy 5741046 / 021 2632 431

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COURSES REAP's aim is to give the Rural Community support, the opportunity to partake in activities in their area and to provide a tutor for the activities chosen by those interested. These courses are being organised by Havelock Community Education Service with Reap support. Bonsai workshop: Tutors: Rod Wegener & John Simpson. Date: 27th August. Time: 10am Cost: $50 Each participant will be given a plant & pot and be shown all the processes and techniques from choosing suitable plants, soil, fertilising, repotting, styling, shaping, wiring, nursery & pruning skills and ongoing care. Participants will work on own plant. Worksheets will be handed out and books will be on display along with many bonsai plants. Limited to 10 people. A few positions still available. Date changed from July. First Aid Workplace Certificate: Tutor: Triple One Care. Date: 24th September, 2016. Time: 9am – 4pm. Full course workplace certificate as well as revalidation. Both are on one day. Course Cost: $105 for full course $65 for revalidation. Cheese Making: Tutor: Simon Lamb Date and details: Postponed Pasta Making: Tutor: Piero Rocco. Date and details: Yet to be arranged. Some positions still available. Butchery: Tutor: Bruce Anderson Venue: Rocky Creek Havelock Suburban Date: 17th September. If you are interested in any of the above or have an interest in any other courses which could be arranged please contact: Rita Jacobson, 5742176 email: ritacollet@clear.net.nz for further information.

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