What’s Coming Up?
Miharo Murihiku Polyfest 2020
Maori & Pasifika Polyfest
Hauroko Valley Primary School looks forward to participating in the Visual Arts component of the Miharo Polyfest for 2020.
Check out our entry for the T-shirt design designed by Baxter Erskine, Year 7.
Year 1-3 Poetry Recitals &
Friday 14th August 2020
Our Year 1-3 students presented a nursery rhyme or poem in the finals of Poetry Recitals. Amazing pace, volume, expression of voice, face and eye contact and lots of memorisation. Well done!
Our Year 4-8 student qualifiers presented their speeches in our school final. The first 3 in Year 5&6 to go through to the next round in Otautau include - Summer, Hugo and Harry. In our Year 7&8's we have Jack, Harrison and Lucas representing HVP at the Cluster round on Wednesday 19th August. Good Luck Team HVP.
HVP Ski Trip
Friday 21st August 2020
Our school annual ski trip planning is well underway. We look forward to heading to the Coronet Peak Ski Field, Queenstown on Friday 21st August 2020.
Snowy capped mountain peaks, fresh air, freedom, and runs for all ages and levels.
Southland Festival of Netball
Monday 17th August, Tuesday 18th August & Thursday 20th August 2020
We are looking forward to our quick 6 games as part of the Year 5 and Year 6 netball tournaments.
While the Year 7&8's play positions as part of their competition at the Southland Festival of Netball at Stadium Southland.
Our teams will be dressed to impress with the theme of "essential workers"!
Thanks to our parent helpers supporting as Coaches, Managers and transport.
Monday 21st September 2020
The Hauroko Valley School Year 5&6 Rippa Rugby Team is competing at the Central/Western Tournament as part of the Southland Rippa Rugby Competition.
The aim of discovery learning is to make learning deep, meaningful, challenging, hands-on, and enjoyable. Our essential learning is supported by our discovery learning, which provides opportunities for literacy, numeracy and inquiry learning.
Learning through play helps Hauroko Valley School realise the vision of the New Zealand Curriculum to develop confident, connected, actively involved, lifelong learners.
Our HVP School Values are enhanced through our Discovery Time sessions. The focus on communicating between students is incredibly valuable to the success of their development. key competencies, and school values with a real purpose.
Along with this, there are also opportunities to further develop fine motor and gross motor skills.
We welcome our 4 year old friends to join us on Thursday afternoons from 1.30pm-3.00pm.