Have a look at school events captured in photos and slideshows.
Getting ready to perform at the Albert Eden Festival at Rocket Park 2016
Students and families enjoyed the halloween disco run by the P.T.A
Students had a wonderful time dressing to different themes during book. Monday-Mask day, Tuesday-Tail day, Wednesday-Whanua and flower day, Thursday-Book Character Parade. The highlight for all the students was the school book parade and seeing all the staff dress up as book characters. Big thank you to the Library Team - Miss Tumutoa, Ms Tuhipa, Mrs Nelisi, Miss MaCleod, Mrs Tuimasi for a well organised week.
The school held a ground breaking ceremony to mark the start of our new two storey classroom and library block.
School sport teams celebrate their season with a BBQ. It was a chance for players, parents, family members and coaches to mix and mingle and celebrate their season.
Room12 went green to celebrate St Patricks Day. Students performed skits, made green jelly and used green icing to decorate biscuits. They then surprised Rm10 and Mr Fetui by hiding in the swimming pool and ambushing them with their water guns.
Constable Rob and Lesley Hawes judged the Halloween Art competition. It was incredible to see such amazing art work and how much effort the children put into their creations. You can tell they really must have enjoyed making their pieces of art.
Travelwise launched with a Walk and Wheels Wednesday. Students and families were encouraged to walk or wheel to school to help reduce traffic congestion around the school. Staff from Auckland Transport and the Travelwise mascot Max the Pukeko were at the gate greeting students and families and giving out Travelwise stickers.
The Friends of MAPS held a Halloween afternoon for families and friends. Fun, games, food, face painting and of course dressing up.
Friends of MAPS organised a sausage sizzle and cake stall prior to the Parents meet the team evening. This allowed parents and families to meet in a fun and relaxed atmosphere. The Friends of MAPS group raised $483.00.