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Masks and more - Maia whanau

What a fantastic display of learning the staff and parents were treated too as Maia whanau shared the masks they had made that aligned to a festival they had been learning about.  It was so nice to see the students so proud and knowledgable with new learning they had chosen to pursue.Well done to all the students....

June 16, 2023

Table Tennis at Renwick School

Whilst visiting the table tennis session, I came across Peggy and Jack having a play-off.  The competition was fairly equal as the audience cheered the two on. The students certainly enjoyed the support of learning a new sport and a big thanks to the crew from Marlborough Table tennis club.All Y5-8 students had the opportunity to have a go at Table Tennis....

May 25, 2023

Phineas has his hair cut for the Cancer Society

Phineas has been growing his hair for some time and today was the day he had it cut off.  His hair is going to be used in a wig for cancer patients. He has raised approximately $1500 on his Give A Little page, which will also be gifted to Cancer Society. Well done Phineas we are very proud of you....

May 4, 2023

Term 2, 2023 - welcome back

Welcome back to you all and to the new families to our school.  A school is complete when we have the children join us with their smiles and stories from the holiday break.This morning I saw one of our young leaders, Aidan, helping Pete, our caretaker, raking up the multitude of the fallen leaves.  What a true representation of the collaboration and support staff and students share with one another.  ...

April 26, 2023

Powhiri at Waikawa Marae with Te På Wånanga

I was fortunate today to join the tamariki, kaiako, Kaiawhinia and Whanau of Te På Wånanga as we were powhiried on to Waikawa Marae.  The tamariki stayed on for a day of exploring the beach side and the sea life before they prepared for their nights stay.The photos are the tamariki and kaiako sorting out the day's plans in the wharekai of the Marae.Thank you Waikawa for hosting us....

April 5, 2023

Renwick Challenge Programme

As we come to the end of Term 1, this also means we have completed one third of our Renwick Challenge programme.  The enthusiasm and dedication the group has shown is a true representation of the students of Renwick School.The group continues next term, growing fitness and leadership.  The programme will come  to an end at the end of term 2.  The group will finish with a full day participating in a Big Day Out where the students will participate in a number of different activ...

March 31, 2023

Sverre and Aidan

Sverre W kindly dedicated some of his time to create a woodwork project with Aidan.  This is a true sign of  whanaungatanga, building friendship, with community members and our students. We extend a big thank you to Sverre for coming and working with Aidan....

March 31, 2023

Gold Run fun day

Congratulations to all our students who participated in the Gold Run.  The dedication and determination to keep going was outstanding and this was particularly obvious when the groups had finished and the students shared their achievements of how many laps they had run in the 20 minutes.The money raised will support costs of activities for the students as the year progresses....

March 31, 2023

Weetbix TRYathlon - Nelson

31 students from Renwick travelled to Nelson to compete in the Weetbix TRYathlon over the weekend..  With the high numbers of entries meant we received free entries for next year with a value of $900.Congratulations to all participants for the personal achievements and challenges you achieved....

March 13, 2023

Our young leaders as MC's and support at Graeme Dingle Foundation event

It was such a great feeling to see our young leaders stand proud and address the wide audience celebrating the great mahi Graeme Dingle Foundation does for our students and community of Marlborough.A big thank you to Dylan M, Brooke G, Boe P, Cameron O, Clara W, Phineas M, Ruby W, Hunter B, and Charli M.Photo: Four of our young leaders sharing the many successes of the Graeme Dingle Foundation....

March 8, 2023

Play based learning in the junior school

Renwick School is looking at festivals and celebrations and what these mean to us and to grow new learning?The junior school saw children making birthday cakes, working with PMP gear to support coordination and brain activity and then with the volcano was a student led example of learning....

March 1, 2023

Y3/4 cricket in action

Tuesday 28 Feb a team of energised Renwick Y3/4 students played against Witherlea, Riverlands and Fairhall schools in cricket.  The team won four games out of five, growing in confidence, skill and success as the day went on.  A big thanks to Ainsley  B for overseeing the organsation, Trelise C, Tina L, Todd S for their support throughout the day and Darnelle B for transport.A great positive day, well done to you all....

March 1, 2023

School camp to start 2023

All five classrooms had the opportunity to visit Bridge Valley, Nelson, to start the year.  Camps at the start of a year are a great way to generate new friendship, get to know others in your class/whanau group and for staff to do the same.  Bridge Valley offers so many activities that build confidence, give opportunities for students to overcome fears or anxiousness and to have FUN.Here are some photos of Bridge Valley....

February 16, 2023

Cricket success over the summer break

Over the Christmas break, Renwick School had 2 current students and 3 who are now heading into Year 9, who were selected (as Year 8s) to represent Marlborough in the 3 Primary School Festivals. A big congratulations to Lachie Cooney who travelled to Christchurch to play in the Marlborough Yellow team, Blake Nation who captained the Marlborough Maroon team in Ashburton as well as Jemima Nation and Charlotte Brooke-Taylor who co-captained and Amelia Campbell who were part of the first Marlborough ...

January 31, 2023

Last days of fun at Renwick School for 2022

What a wealth of fun events being organised and held at Renwick School this week.  With the sun in full bloom, the children with the biggest smiles on their faces, the water flowing, and the picnic spots under the trees, where else would you want to be?A big thank you to the staff for making this fun happen....

December 13, 2022

Volleyball in Murchison

We took the school van to Murchison with a great group of players to play against teams from Westport, Murchison and  Nelson.  The team played exceptional well ending up second over all to Waimea Intermediate.Thanks to Mr Rowton for coaching and supporting the team.Team members:Tiabeina O, Amelia H, Miranda R, Ruby W, Olivia CG, Jack B, Kymani T...

December 8, 2022

Rippa - Year 7/8 Grade 3 winners

Congratulations to our Year 7/8 Rippa rugby team, winning Grade 3.  We are all very proud of you achievements.  Thanks to coach Steve D and to the other parents who supported. Team from left:Jemima N, Amara RD, Tylen B, Lachy N, Blake N, Blake D, Mikayla I, Emma RD, Charlotte B, Amelia H.Front row:Kaitlyn I, Lachie C...

December 8, 2022

Lions Speech Competition

I would like to extend a big congratulations to Bella LC and Louis J for a great performance at Lions Foundation Speech Competition. A special well done to Bella for her second place.  ...

November 22, 2022

Renwick School Athletics day - 2022

Our Y2 - Y8 children meet at Athletic Park to compete against their peers in the following disciplines: shot put, discus, high jump, long jump, sprints and House relays.  The students performed and behaved exceedingly well which was a reflection of the time and effort both staff and students had put in leading up to this special day.Our NE and Y1 students remained at school where they also had a day of fun, inviting parents along to meet one another, watch their child/ren and participate.A ...

November 10, 2022

Overall Champion School for Group Day 2022

Congratulations to all students who entered their work in the Group Day.  The combined tally of our entries collectively together came out as Champion Overall winning school.  This is a huge feat and one that we should all be very proud off. Thanks to the parents and the organisers for a great day and result....

November 3, 2022

Ki O Rahi 2022

Wednesday 2 November we had 4 teams travel to Redwoodtown School to compete in the Ki-O-Rahi tournament.  The skill level and competition was extremely high.  Thanks to Tore and Svenja (staff) for the time that put into the teams to prepare them for the day.Our Y7/8 teams ended up 3rd and 4th.  Our Y5/6 teams ended up 4th and 5th.Ka pai to you all....

November 3, 2022

Taiopenga 2022

We were treated to an outstanding performance from the Renwick School and Te Pā Wānanga at the local Taiopenga held at Marlborough Girls College.  The many hours of practice and commitment shone well on stage and the clapping and happiness at the end was a sign of proud parent community.A huge thanks to kaiako Lisa Sandrey and the kaiako of Te Pā Wānanga; Whaea Virgil, Whaea Jeanette, Whaea Kata and our kaiawhina for their expertise and total commitment.  Ka pai to our tamariki....

October 21, 2022

Inter school mountain biking event

What a great day it was on Friday with the group of 45 riders as we came home with the trophy as winning school.  Our riders performed incredibly with many of them finishing in the top 10.Once again a very proud principal and very grateful to the many parents who supported with transport....

October 21, 2022

Pets Day 2022

We have an incredible display of animals, baking and arts & crafts here at Renwick School.  The passion and understanding from the children about their pets is a true sign of the dedication and time they have given.   Another great display of outstanding organisation from FORS, staff and parents: Jo N, Ange D, Brenna, Caroline B, Ainsley B and more. At 2pm Prize Giving is to be held showcasing the winners and the successes.  Well done everyone for an outstanding display of support...

October 20, 2022

Fern, the falcon, comes to Renwick School

Maia whanau raised $616.60 from their crazy hair day in support of the Falcon Trust.  Today Fern, the falcon, Lizzie and Diana come to collect the money.  The children were an incredible audience who sang a waiata for Fern and shared their story about facts they had learnt and the Crazy Hair day they organised.Because the group had raised so much, it means they are now eligible to sponsor a falcon of their own.  Well done Maia, we are all very proud of you....

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