Book week started today and guess who we found in the library?
Each day classes need to guess where Wally will be found around our school.
3 WAY CONFERENCES
3 Way Conferences will be held on Monday 4th August and on Wednesday 6th August.
You are now able to make your online booking time with your child's teacher.
Please use the link on the home page "Interview Bookings" and use the Event Code to access the booking page.
If you need assistance in making a booking please contact the school office.
Online bookings will be available until Monday 28th July 2014.
Please note: Classes will finish at 1.50pm on Monday 4th August and Wednesday 6th August.
BOOK WEEK AT BLUESTONE
Monday 28 July - Friday 1 August is Book Week
There are lots of exciting and fun activities planned.
We are extremely lucky at Bluestone to have such a well stocked Library with two full time Librarians to support your child's learning and love of reading.
On Friday 1 August we welcome students to come to school dressed as a book character.
ANOTHER GREAT BOOK WEEK VIDEO
Bluestone Students representing South Canterbury
Click on the News Centre tab at the top of this page to read about Bluestone students representing South Canterbury in rugby and in Cross Country. It is great to see our students aiming high and achieving through their hard efforts.
WPCA Kayaking with support from Aoraki Polytech
Student video promoting Book Week at Bluestone
Two of our Year 6 students, Jess and Sam, have produced a short video to promote reading and Book Week here at Bluestone. Enjoy.
Rock School Concert
Otipua Wetland Maintenance by Bluestone
Go Mr Redhead!
TERM 2 VARIETY CONCERT
Tuesday 1st July , 7:00pm Tickets now available at the school office $2.00per person
BLUESTONE Perform at the Citizenship Ceremony
NEW ERO REPORT EXTREMELY POSITIVE
Bluestone School has a new ERO Report and everyone can feel very proud about what it has to say about our school! The report notes that Bluestone School continues to provide students with high quality education within a safe and inclusive environment. The school's curriculum provides interesting and challenging learning opportunities. Students' individual needs are identified, well catered for and closely monitored. The school is effectively governed. The strong leadership team works collaboratively with staff and the board. There is a highly reflective culture that ensures ongoing improvement for student learning and well being. ERO is likely to carry out the next review in four-to-five years. (The longest cycle of review)
You will find some great science ideas and challenges on the following websites:
Just click on the links below