News from the Principal

Dear Parents and Whanau,  I hope you had a lovely weekend and for those who went away, I do hope you all had a safe journey back. Our children are looking happy, they are engaged [...]

By |2020-06-03T15:52:39+00:003rd June 2020|School News|

Hire a Van From Juicy!!!

The Alpe Family have always been wonderfully supportive of Ponsonby Primary. So if you are considering hiring a Camper Van you would be very wise to use Juicy. I hired a fabulous van this weekend [...]

By |2020-06-03T15:56:01+00:003rd June 2020|School News|

Netball News

Team training starts next week- from Monday 8th June. See the school calendar for Team times and locations. Coaches please remember to sign into our tracer app using the QR codes on the gate when [...]

By |2020-06-03T12:16:11+00:003rd June 2020|School News|

Community News

  With the addition of the exciting new functions and modes including Slow Cooking, Sous Vide, Higher Temperature and Fermentation, a Thermomix replaces over 20 appliances in one sleek, compact unit. With over 50,000 recipes now [...]

By |2020-06-03T15:28:06+00:003rd June 2020|School News|

Happy Birthday

Happy Birthday to the following children for the month of June. Brodie Neish 1st June Isobel Carpenter 3rd June Zane Oyagawa 6th June Hugo Baker 6th June Jaimie Webb 7th June Tagore Shah 8th June [...]

By |2020-06-04T11:44:43+00:003rd June 2020|School News|

Enrolments for 2021

  If you are wanting to enrol a sibling to Ponsonby Primary School in 2021 could you please complete the enrolment forms and return to Karla our Office Manager as soon as possible. Please [...]

By |2020-05-27T13:58:04+00:0027th May 2020|School News|

AMC Maths competition

AMC Maths Competition School-based maths competitions don’t get much bigger than this—with more than 15 million entries since 1978 and students in more than 30 countries attempting the same problems each year. The AMC is [...]

By |2020-05-13T14:13:32+00:0013th May 2020|School News|

ICAS Testing 

These tests are only for children who are in Years  4 - 6  it is optional and not compulsory.  The tests are Australian based  which focuses on children's higher order thinking skills. Children in Year [...]

By |2020-05-08T12:06:28+00:0029th April 2020|School News|
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