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Phantom Of The Opera Cast List
Thursday 7th December
We are thrilled to announce the Cast of the 2018 Senior School Production - The Phantom of the Opera. Click here to view the cast list>> Congratulations, and a huge thank you...
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Junior School Bouquets
Friday 1st December
  Congratulations to the following students: Year 0 Jacqueline An for communicating her thoughts, questions and ideas confidently Harmony Li for being a...
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Junior School Cluster Athletics
Thursday 30th November
Kristin School hosted the Northern Bays Cluster Athletics on Tuesday 28 November. Kristin had a 25-strong team qualify across track and field events. Top Placings: Lucinda Cotton,...
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AUT Millennium Swim School
Friday 17th November
It would be great to see Kristin students develop and extend their swimming skills and confidence over the summer holidays. This will also build on our school swimming programmes and keep...
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Junior School Bouquets
Friday 17th November
Congratulations to the following students: Year 0 Alex Saville for drawing beautiful koru patterns around his sun painting Harry Saville for being courageous when...
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Year 5 Camp Bentzon
Wednesday 15th November
C lambering off the ferry, can’t wait to find our room A wesome, excited children, early morning wharf jumping M agical mornings packed with hyper and happy kids P eacocks pecking at the...
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Detectives in Action
Wednesday 15th November
One Thursday at the beginning of November, Year 2 became Coastal Biodiversity Detectives. Our transdisciplinary theme is ‘Sharing the Planet’ and we boarded two buses bound for Long Bay...
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Our Year 0 Trip to Stardome
Wednesday 15th November
We had an exciting outing to Stardome last week. It was a long way to the venue, but we were lucky as our driver could use the bus lane on the motorway. We zoomed past all the cars that...
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Year 4 love dolphin diving
Wednesday 8th November
We can hardly contain our excitement as we climb on board the bus to take us to the pool for our swimming lesson. The bus driver gets us there right on time and we hardly have to wait at...
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Meerkats at The Zoo
Wednesday 8th November
Last Wednesday, the Year 1 students visited Auckland Zoo as part of our Sharing the Planet unit of inquiry. The class learned about many different animals’ features and how they have...
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Technology Advancement in Year 4

During this first half of Term 3, Year 4 students have inquired into how technological development impacts the way we work and live. As part of this inquiry we read a number of books about various inventions that have changed the world; bubble gum, flight, traffic lights... the list is endless! Students read about the history of flight and planes and went on to develop their own paper planes.

“Inventions, no matter what, have changed our lives. People invent and modify things because there is a need, or to solve a problem.” Keen Leung.

“I think it is amazing that Thomas Adams invented the gumball machine. Thomas Adams made a big mistake on making the gumball machine because he didn’t expect the children to learn how to stick their fingers up the machine and get gumballs for free”. Willamena Holdsworth.

“In the book, I learnt some interesting facts. Did you know that the science of flight is called ‘Aeronautic Engineering’? Another fact I found out is that if a plane yawns, it means it is turning. All planes have the exact same wing design. It is curved at the top and flat at the bottom.” Christian Skinner.