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Wednesday 24 June

The Rangitikei District Council's website informs people that as of 4pm today the requirement for Hunterville residents to boil water has been removed



1st in New Zealand!
Year 8 student CHARLOTTE DEANS has won a national competition to design an Anzac Day poster. Her prize package included an ipad 2 air and an Anzac Commemorative Challenge coin. Here is Charlotte being presented with her prize at assembly on Thursday by Lieutenant Colonel Andrew Brown. But wait there's more.... In the same competition CALEB GOODWIN was placed third (winning an ipod Touch and an Anzac Commemorative Challenge coin) and REBECCA HURLEY received one of seven highly commended prizes, winning an Anzac Commemorative Challenge coin. Well done people!
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A large crowd turned out for the town's Anzac Day dawn parade and service this morning. Our school was privileged to be asked to give the main address. Head Girl PHOEBE SMAILES and Head Boy BAILEY ANSLEY did us very proud with their addresses. Pictured here is Bailey giving his address with Hunterville RSA president Mrs Maureen Fenton alongside. (This photograph taken by 2015 school photographer Letischa-Raye Johnson-Tipu. For more of Letischa-Rayes photos from this morning's service please click on the Gallery link above.)
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About Our School

Pictured are our head students for 2015, PHOEBE SMAILES and BAILEY ANSLEY. Roll 160 - 190. Y 1-8. Quality Learning - Quality Behaviour - Quality Environment. Hunterville Consolidated School opened on 28th September 1887 with a roll of 40 pupils. A secondary department was established at the school in 1912 and this operated until 1929 ...
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Message From Our Principal
Welcome to the Hunterville School website. We’re pleased to be able to share something of ourselves with you. Hunterville School has a proud reputation built up over generations. We’re big enough to be able to provide those little extras to cater for diverse learning needs and yet not too big that we don’t lose the family feeling that exists between students, staff, parents and community. ...
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School Info Booklet
School Information Booklet 2015
Upcoming Events

Check Newsletters Below for Details   
     Some Dates Subject to Change

16: Year 6 leave for Wellington
18: Year 6 return from Wellington
19: Electives day 3 (Yr 5-8) 1.30-3pm
26: Electives day 4 (Yr 5-8) 1.00-3pm

  3: Final day of term two
20: First day of term three

14: TBC Spelling bee finals

15: Yr 7/8 sports tourney Marton
17: Yr 5/6 sports tourney Marton
24: Mental Maths finals
25: TBC Tough Kids, Ohingaiti?
25: Final day of term three

12: Day one of term four


School Newsletters
Weekly Newsletter 30 June 2015
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Community Newsletters
Community Newsletter 1 July 2015
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Term Dates


TERM 1:  Tue 3 Feb to Thur 2 April
TERM 2:  Mon 20 April to Fri 3 July

TERM 3:  Mon 20 July to Fri 25 Sept

TERM 4:  Mon 12 Oct to Fri 18 Dec

(Above dates include provision for
two teacher only days during year)

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