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Super similes
Wednesday 17th October
The Year 1 students have been studying writing techniques used by children’s author Mem Fox. 1C learnt that Mem Fox uses similes to help develop a picture of the book’s characters in the...
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Year 5 go Swimming
Wednesday 17th October
As part of our Education Outside of the Classroom (EOTC) Kristin Junior School is partaking in their annual swimming lessons. The swimming season is upon us…5B travelled by bus to the...
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North Harbour Hockey U15 win
Wednesday 17th October
Huge congratulations to Finn Burridge and Kevin Wei who both won hockey Nationals with the North Harbour U15 team in the holidays. We look forward to seeing what they achieve next.
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Middle School Sports Leaders
Tuesday 16th October
Last term our Middle School Sports committee engaegd in a 6 week training programme with Wairau Valley Special School and Glenfield College special needs department. The aim was to prepare...
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Ski Racing Success
Wednesday 3rd October
Mikayla Smyth Year 9 has continued on her winning way, dominating the results at the at National Championships held at Cardrona in the South Island. New Zealand Youth Series: - 1st...
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Snowboard Success
Thursday 27th September
Congratulations to Juliette Perera who won the Giant Slalom and the North Island Snowboard Championships. This was an outstanding effort in difficult conditions, there was a large...
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Year 6 Exhibition 2018
Wednesday 26th September
Year 6 have spent Term 3 working towards their PYP Exhibition Inquiry, and what an exciting, challenging and busy term it has been. This year the children were able to pick issues that...
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Wheels Day
Wednesday 26th September
The Junior School Student Council organised a Wheels Day on Wednesday 12 September. The Student Council, with the aid of Mr Hutton, Mrs Harris, and many other selfless teachers, worked...
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Kristin Golf Championships
Tuesday 25th September
Yesterday we held the annual Kristin Golf Championships, we had six boys and six girls entered. The weather was incredibly changeable from heavy rain and high winds to lovely warm...
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North Island Ski Champs
Friday 21st September
After some appalling weather on the Monday and Tuesday, racing finally went ahead on the Wednesday. After all the rain from the previous days the snow condition was extremely poor being...
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North Harbour Schools Gymnastics Competition

North Harbour Gymnastics hosted their annual school’s competition for students in Years 1-6 at the North Shore Events Centre from 1-2 November.

The ongoing success of our Friday Kristin Gymnastics Club saw 17 students register for the school’s competition, no easy feat given that the event had a record number of entries - over 500!

Our team competed in a range of floor and apparatus disciplines. This was the first time that Kristin has formally entered a team at this event and all athletes came away having gained valuable experience and confidence for future events. A special mention to Lexi Freeman (Y3) placing third on the Bars and fifth All Round in the Years 3/4B competition.

The effort, focus, team support and general behaviour of the Kristin team at the event was impeccable. Not only did our team support one another but they also clapped and recognised the efforts of athletes from other schools, this truly is in the Kristin spirit and I felt immensely proud of them all.
The team was:

YEAR 2: Natasha Burrows, Tamarah Messervy, Lucy Jack, Nikol Sudareva, Joanne Park
YEAR 3: Romy Jiang, Lexi Freeman, Chloe Loughton, Imogen Linton, Euni Lee
YEAR 4: Emma Jack, Willamena Holdsworth
YEAR 5: Emily Luo, Madeleine Loughton, Bronwyn Feather, Lucy Dai, Ivy Wu