OUT OF ZONE ENROLMENTS
OUT OF ZONE ENROLMENTS
The board invites applications from parents who wish to enrol their children at Salford School for 2018.
Enrolment at the school is governed by an enrolment scheme, details of which are available from the school office.
Application packs can be picked up from the School office at 110 Lamond Street East, Hargest between the hours of 8:30 and 4:30pm.
The deadline for receipt of applications for out of zone places is Wednesday 5th of July 2017 – these can be dropped in or scanned and sent electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Parents of students who live within the home zone should also apply by this date to assist the school to plan appropriately for next year. Students who live in the home zone are entitled to enrol at the school.
The board has determined that places will be available for students in Year 2 (2018) and in New Entrant/Year 1 (2018).
The exact number of places will depend on the number of applications received from students who live within the school's home zone.
Applications from out of zone students will be processed in the following order of priority:
Salford - Newsletter 23rd June 2017
· 23 June—Futsal Registrations close
· 23 June—Room 3 Assembly
· 3 July—Maori Language Week
· 5 July—Year 4-6 Reports home
· 5 July—Out of Zone enrolment
· 7 July—Ski Registrations close
· 7 July—Term 2 Ends
· 24 July—Start of Term 3
· 28 July—Ski Trip to Remarkables Park
· 31 Jul—Futsal starts
· 1 Aug—Governance Meeting
· 28 Aug to 1 Sep—Book Fair
· 5 Sep—Whole School photos
· 8 Aug—Whack n Run starts
· 29 Sep—Term 3 Ends
SOUTHLAND SHOOTERS' BASKETBALL -
Southland Shooters’ is a development programme for all girls and boys from years 1 - 8 who are keen to experience basketball in the region. The programme is run all year round, each term focusing on a different age group.
Year 5 and 6 Sessions run for 1 hour. The first half of the session focuses on key skills and the second half is a full court basketball game. Sessions are facilitated by SBA Development Officer, Dan Peck, along with other SBA coaches. Daily awards are given out for outstanding achievement and individual ability is catered for wherever possible. Coaches are encouraged to watch and assist.
Term 3 Dates:
6 sessions on the following Mondays 5:00 - 6:00pm at ILT Stadium Southland:
Monday July 31 Monday August 7
Monday August 14 Monday August 21
Monday August 28 Monday September 4
for more details please download the document below.
BASKETBALL HOLIDAY PROGRAMME
YEAR 3-6 - Holiday Basketball Programme.
Wednesday 12 - Thursday 13th July
9:00am - 3.00pm
$60.00 per child (or $100.00 for 2 siblings, $140 for 3 siblings)
Forms are available from the Office or can be downloaded from our website. You do however, register directly to the Southland Basketball Association not through school.
SALFORD is heading UP THE MOUNTAIN AGAIN....
PARENTS OF CHILDREN IN YEAR 3 - 6 2017 SKI TRIP NOTICE
This notice has gone home today. If your child would like to go and doesn't have a form, please collect one from the website or from the Office.
We require a minimum of forty skiers/snowboarders to make the day viable. We have booked in at Remarkables Ski Field for Friday 28th July 2017, (the first Friday of Term 3) so we will require confirmation and payment by Friday 7th July 2017.
Children in Year 4-6 are able to travel unaccompanied; children in Year 3 must have at least one adult between two children.
Participation will be on a “first in-first serve” basis, and once the bus is full your child can be waitlisted for a withdrawal. No refunds on the bus cost: $40.
STUDENTS: The ski cost will be $100 per child, this includes the price of: bus, rental, a helmet, wrist guards, one and a half hour ski/snowboard lesson and lift pass.
ADULTS: The cost will be $160 per adult, this includes the cost of the bus, ski/snowboard rental and lift pass. If travelling as a support parent, not on the slopes $40.00 for bus only.
Register directly with cyclingsouth.
Newsletter - 9 June 2017
Hockey draws for Years 1/2, 3/4 and 5/6 - 14th and 21st of June can be found on the sports page.
Netball draw for years 5/6 - 13th and 20th of June can be found on the sports page.
Lucky Book Club - Issue 4
Details coming home tomorrow with the 8 students representing Salford.
WHERE James Hargest College (Senior Campus)
WHEN Wednesday, 21st June 2017
4:30pm – 6:00pm
(Team to be ready 15 minutes prior to start time).
*** Children must be in school uniform.
Please ensure your child has transport organised to/from the above venue.
Parents are welcome to attend. Any concerns, please email me.
Megan Roulston, email@example.com
Sport - Term 3 2017
Details for Futsal can be found of the Sports Page - registrations close on the 23rd of June - a minimum of 6 registrations per team, with a recommended team size of 7 players.
Other sporting opportunities for that will be offered for Students in Years 3-6 are Table Tennis and Miniball.
This is the only opportunity for sports for students in Years 1 and 2.
Sporting Opportunities for Term 3 2017.
Parents please note, we are waiting on confirmation from sporting bodies if the following sports will gain be offered in Term 3.
Please start talking with your children about what they would like to play and be ready for the registration forms later this term.
We ask that Parents give thought to coming forward to Coach/Manage teams early as we are unable to register teams through to the Sporting body with these positions filled.
WHACK N RUN - SQUASH
WHACK N RUN - Term 3
Is your child interested in learning how to play squash in term 3.
This runs for a total of 6 weeks.
Years 3 -6 Tuesday
Cost - $25.00
Early bird notification to the office at firstname.lastname@example.org and a sport registration form will be forwarded to you.
There are only 16 places, so if we have names early, we can get the expressions of interest in and not miss out.
For more information go to the Sports Draws page on this website.
Salford School Newsletter - 26 May 2017
· 1 June—New Entrant Parent Information Evening—7.00pm—Rm 10
· 5 June—Queens Birthday—no school
· 6 June — Phoenix Zone XCountry—Bluff
· 16 June—Learning Journals Home—Anniversary reporting
· 23 June—Southland XCountry
· 21 June—Southspell
· 23 June—Southland Primary Schools X-Country
· 3 July—Maori Language Week
· 5 July—Year 4-6 Reports home
Room 8 - Creative Writing
Room 8 did some very cool 'Colour Poems for writing .
We need a new home - Donation to School
The items below are looking for a new home. If you have a child wanting to learn the piano, then this is a good opportunity to get one that needs tuning, but other than that is playing fine.
The parts of a jungle gym, could be cleaned and repainted and used in the garden as a large cloche if covered in heavy plastic, or as a play area for young children - not far to fall......
Inquiries to email@example.com - as they will go on a first come first serve basis.
Salford School Newsletter - 12th May 2017
Newsletter - 13th April 2017.
House Day 2017
What a great day was had with our House Day this week.
Great organisation by the House Captains and Teachers.
Which ensure a great afternoon was had by all.
Creating memories for students at Salford School.
Salford School Newsletter - 31st March 2017
OUT OF CLASS ART CLASSES FOR 2017
Enrolments are now being taken for Term 2, 2017.
Classes are available for Year 1-8 pupils.
For information and enrolments please contact Helen - 217 7482
Newsletter - 17th March 2017
Salford School Newsletter - 3rd March 2017
NATIONAL MP - Sarah Dowie took time out to visit
New Zealand playhouse - ENTERTAINS students at Salford
It’s the crime of the century that’s too much to bear. Bear-boy-band singing sensation Baby Bear has been kidnapped! When a ransom note is discovered asking for an unlimited supply of ‘Just Right Porridge’ all hands and paws point straight at Goldilocks.
Facing a life sentence of uncomfortable beds, chairs and cold porridge she turns to the only cool-cat capable of cracking the case, the mysterious super-sleuth in boots known to all as the ‘Pet Detective’.
Goldilocks discovers that sometimes when everything seems too hard, all you need is a friendly feline and a whole lot of perseverance to make it all just purrrrrrrrrfect.
BANNOCKBURN EXPERIENCE 2017 - Year 6
MP Sarah Dowie, visits Salford Students
Community Oral Health Service
Children (from birth to the end of year 8)
Children* are entitled to FREE basic dental care, from birth until they begin high school. Free basic dental care is available at Community Oral Health fixed clinics and mobile dental units throughout the Southern District.
The Service is run by appointment only. We would like parents/guardians to attend all appointments with their child as Dental Therapists provide parents with valuable advice to support their children’s good oral health.
If your child is already enrolled with the Service we will contact you to make an appointment. If your child is not enrolled, you are unsure or new to the area, please call: Southland 0800 570 300 – free from cell phones
For more information visit: http://www.southerndhb.govt.nz/pages/community-oral-health-service/
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*who meet the eligibility criteria for publicly funded health and disability services
School Sports details
Please go to the Sports page - found under the subheading "More" for details relating to teams etc.
On behalf of Old Boys AFC we would like to invite your students to a Have a Go Day, This will be at Waverley Park on Sunday the 12th of March from 1-2.30pm. Volunteers from the club will be supporting the on the day and will also have a registration table set up for people to register for the coming season. The event will have some fun activities for the Players to participate in as well as a game of football. We have mapped out all the schools in the area of this club and we are wanting to advertise this day in all the schools in a close vicinity. We have the opportunity to come into your school and run a fun session for your students. This can be during class time or at lunch time. Please lease with us regarding a time that suits you best.
I have attached the flyer for this “Have a Go Day”, if you could advertise this in your school newsletter and other social places this would be fantastic.
If you would like to be involved with this opportunity then please get back to me Via Email or Phone ASAP.
Also If you have any other questions please feel free to ask at any time.
Office: (03) 2177900
Newsletter - 17th February 2017
Out of School Music
Out of School Music
Is your child interested in music/singing. Now is the
time to enrol for classes at Out of School Music.
Classes run on Saturday mornings during term time from Southland Girl’s High. We have music and
movement classes for Children from 6 months to 5 yrs, $2 per week, a 6 week course for children5-6 yrs, $35, & musicianship classes for children 7yrs up, which teaches them to read music & gives them a knowledge of theory.
$65 per year. We also have a choir.
Contact Deborah, 2165137 (answerphone), email firstname.lastname@example.org
TOOLBOX Parenting Groups
Go to our community notices page for more details.
Newsletter - Friday 3rd February
2017 - School Stationery Packs
Stationery lists for 2017 - can be found on the OfficeMax MySchool website - follow the link
If you have any concerns re ordering online, you can also visit the OfficeMax Store in Yarrow Street and they will place your order for you, or you can purchase within store.
The new method of stationery packs enables you to only purchase the items your child doesn't have from the end of the 2016 school year.
Any concerns, please email and your question will be answered. email@example.com
Congratulations to our 2017 House Captains
Congratulations to our 2016 Awardees.
Salford School Newsletter 15 December
Salford School Newsletter - Friday 2nd of December 2016
Watties Cans for Good
Lucky Book Club - Issue 8 - last one for 2016
Salford School Newsletter 18th November 16
Newsletter - 4th November
Salford School Newsletter - 21st October 2016
School Photo Orders - Closed
If you have missed putting in your photo orders, then please contact Geoff Horrell direct on
Phone: 03 208 9675 Mobile: 021 142 3456
Salford Newsletter - 20th September 2016
BACK Information you might be interested in.
KAPA HAKA GROUP 2015
salford school - skip-a-thon
What a fantastic result from all the families. A total of around $3347.20 has been raised for Heart Children and part of this donation is also retained by the school. Well done Mrs Perriam who was the spearhead leader for this event. A result well deserved by all the children, teachers and Parents. Thank you.
HEALTH AND SAFETY - SUN PROTECTION PROCEDURE.
Please refer to Salfords Health and Safety Procedure relating to Sun Protection which can be located on the Schools website under About us/Governance/Policies
We all hope the cooler weather is behind us.
1 - Students are expected to wear hats and sunblock when involved in outdoor activities (playtime, lunchtime, sports trips, camps etc) during terms 1 and 4.
Bucket hats are available through the school for $10.00 each on order or can be bought direct from UniformNZ at the airport. Small price to pay for safety.
Te toanga tamariki o te Waihopai
Newsletter 28 august 2015
Please download the file - unfortunately we have not been able to upload the usual copy for the website.
SALFORD PERFORM at the Murihiku Polyfest 2015
Photos and Video to be uploaded tonight.
Salford Schools - Murihiku Polyfest 2015 our "korowai" cloak.
Korowai - a treasured heirloom for generations. Also known as “kahu huruhuru”, most people use the word “korowai” as the name to describe Māori feather cloaks. Korowai are the most highly prized of all traditional Māori garments and are regarded as family and personal heirlooms.
This project has been lead by Jan Bartlett from Room 1, involving all students and staff.
What a stunning result. This will be on display in Windsor at "Windsor Health and Hire" in Bourke Street.
Please take the time to go down and have a look.
Tuning In - Junior School - Video 1 - with more to follow.
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Please scroll down this column for the appropriate section.
22 Mar -
STUDENT LUNCH OPTIONS at School
CONGRATULATIONS to the Salford Community for a wonderfull fundraiser today for Daffidol Day.
While the children were at time difficult for us to identify in their "Mufti clothes" as we are so use to seeing them in their uniforms.
A total of $354.20 was raised for the Cancer Society in support of the work that they do for and on behalf of others.
A presentation will be made to the Cancer Society on Monday.
SPCA "s" DISCO
CONGRATULATIONS and THANK YOU VERY MUCH!
The Disco was an absolute success last night, and without the help of you, whether you were there in the capacity of supervising, or helping your own family, or helped by organising, supplying, collecting, selling, painting, decorating, counting, or providing new ideas, etc, or simply there to look Fab and create a great vibe, I think we would all like to congratulate the Hard working Community of Salford, the Hard working House captains, and their very hard working teachers and parents and grandparents, for a great evening.
The House Captains who were in charge of the disco, successfully raised $271.30 for the SPCA.
Year 6 Camp 2015
A selection of photos will be uploaded and changed on a regular basis.
Head Lice Reminder
Salford School Kapa Haka Performance at Murihiku Polyfest 2014
Former students visit Salford.
Room 2 students enjoyed a visit from many former Salford Students this week when they came to share their "narrative pictures books" that they produced. Thank you JHC pupils.
ICC Message to the Community