Key Dates

School will continue as usual Under Alert Level 2; buses and classes will still run as usual with heightened hygiene practices.

  • Senior Athletics Sports - Friday 5th March

  • An Online Safety Information Presentation- 28th March 4:30-6:00pm School Hall

Te Ao Maori Meeting. Thursday 25 February, 5.30pm, School Library:

We have been fortunate as a school community to make appointments that strengthen our capacity to deliver quality programmes that meet the needs of our individual students and our community. With a view to planning for this coming year and beyond, we would like to know what aspects of our Te Ao Maori programmes you would like to see us develop, grow and/or initiate. This coming Thursday 25 February at 5.30pm in the school library, there will be a meeting to very briefly outline what is happening here in the school at present and to then listen to your ideas and aspirations for the future of Te Ao Maori programmes in our school. Your ideas, priorities, and vision for the future will help us target our planning to those areas you see as priorities or current weaknesses in our existing Te Ao Maori programmes.

Nau mai, haere mai. We will begin at 5.30pm with karakia and mihimihi. Staff delivering Te Ao Maori programmes will give a short 3 minute outline of their programmes, after which the floor will be turned over to parents and community members to talk about and discuss the areas they would like to see us grow and further develop.

Members of the School Management team including Koren Hopoi our Principal will be present along with staff who are currently delivering Te Ao Maori programmes.

The meeting is open to all members of our school and wider community in the hope of hearing from as many people as possible: your dreams, aspirations and goals for our children.


School Calendar

Te Whanganui a Hei EMR trip Friday 4th Dec 2020.mp4

2020 Y5 & 6 Te Whanganui a Hei Experiencing Marine Reserves Trip

Breakfast Club and PALs day out 2020.mp4

2020 Breakfast Club & Physical Activity Leaders Day Out

Assessment Calendar

EPIC Expectations

Empower - Protect - Identity - Connect

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A day in the life of a CAS Student

Ask a child what they learnt today at school, and they may just say 'nothing'. Ask a child how school was today, and they may just say 'good'. Always dig a little deeper because take a look at some of the fantastic learning opportunities that happened throughout one day of learning at CAS during Term One 2020.

- Making hokey pokey in Year 10 Science (& eating it)- Building a new vege garden outside the Library- Designing & making & testing boomerangs in Y7 Technology- Physical activity in the pool with Y5/6- Making Caesar Salad in Hospitality with Y11-13- Sea Kayaking in our new kayaks (pictures to come) -Y11-13- Getting books from the Library for weekend reading with R1- Playing dress-up in Rm 2- Learning Maths in Rm 2- Playing Ki-o-rahi for Maori Studies with Y8- Learning basketball through Kiwi Hoops with Dave in Y3/4- Getting tokens for being so prepared for learning in Rm 1 (great stuff young Ryan)- Playing heads down thumbs up in Rm 1, and- Creating mythical creatures in Y9 Social Studies