Walk n Wheel is an annual week-long event used to “kick start” Active Transport for the school year. Walk n Wheel aims to: Promote and encourage Active Transport amongst Otago primary, intermediate and college school kids. Get kids, parents and schools thinking about Active Transport. How Walk n Wheel works: Walk n Wheel Week runs […]
Kia ora Whānau, Registrations are now open for the following sports: FUTSAL 25th / 26th February – 7th / 8th April Tuesday (Year 3-4 & Year 5-6 boys / girls only teams) & Wednesday (combined teams) afternoons (between 3.30pm – 6.30pm) at the Edgar Centre (Year 1-2, Year 3-4, Year 5-6 teams) Futsal Online […]
Whānau Launch Day During our first week back to school we spent the day in our whānau groups at the Orokonui Ecosanctuary (Te Korowai o Mihiwaka). It was a beautiful day spent out nature, learning about local, natural history, and exploring the many aspects which make our place so beautiful and special. “I really enjoyed the […]
This morning we enjoyed spending time tree planting at one of our local lookouts, Bracken’s View. We also spent time picking up litter on the Dundas Track, learning more about Thomas Bracken, and revitalising Ōpoho School’s special connection with the area. Whānau buddies learned and got their hands dirty together today, each strengthening their tuakana-teina […]
Thank you Jimmy for your mahi with our tamariki, and to the Valley Project for sharing this awesome story! Our group of senior skateboarders have been making huge progress this year, and not without a lot of mistakes! Read more here: https://www.northeastvalley.org/post/opoho-skate
Wow! What an awesome start to Polyfest we had tonight. Te Kura o Ōpoho Kapahaka performed with great strength and pride – kia kaha! Click here to rewatch the performance – skip to 28:30
Click here to view our 2018 school production!