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The junior students visited New World at Botany to learn about jobs. We learnt about the jobs that people do within the supermarket and we also walked around Botany Town Centre and looked at other jobs such as the florist, optometrist, pharmacist, baker, post office, hair dresser, real estate agent and many more. read more →

What a splendid day it was playing chess today. So much brain activity in one room — Completely Blown Away!!! There were 10 Primary schools playing today making 24 teams and even though we did not secure the cup, Point View Team A scored 9th place out of 24. All our children did really well… read more →

Here is a variety of writing from the Senior School students.         Room 25 has been writing up a storm!!  read more →

The juniors have been learning about time this week. Some of us made our own analogue clocks and then we tested our buddies knowledge by asking them to make different times on their clocks. Check out the photos of it below. read more →

Here are some photos of Room 16 creating Dream Houses at Te Tuhi Art Gallery and proudly showing off Bush Telephones made in Technology with Mr. Rankin.   read more →

Four teams represented Point View School at the 2017 Hockey Field Day. All students had a great time and learn new skills. Each team played four games and had a mixture of wins, losses and draws. read more →

Here are some photos from the 2017 Cultural Day read more →

Room 11 have been celebrating Matariki and the Maori New Year. We read stories, made stars and wrote poems. Here’s Maggy’s poem that gained an award from Principal Pirie. For our calendar art we learned about the work of Vincent Van Gogh. His painting ‘The Starry Night’ became very famous and reminded us of Matariki… read more →

Koinobori kites to symbolise children’s day were flown to celebrate our cultural day. Take a look at our seniors during cultural day! read more →