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A huge welcome to Stratford Primary School.

AIM High (Ki Runga Rawa): To be the best I can be… is what we want all tamariki to know and value. At Stratford Primary School these values are evident in everything we do in the class, playground, and community.

AIM High (Ki Runga Rawa) To be the best I can be… is underpinned by developing Agentic Learners. We aim for all our ākonga to be achieving in the core areas of Literacy and Mathematics. We will support them to develop into lifelong learners across all areas of the curriculum, at school and within the wider community.

We look forward to working in partnership with our whānau.

Ngā Mihi

Jason Elder
Principal

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Stratford Primary SchoolTuesday, May 28th, 2024 at 2:18pm
Awesome day at the Year 5/6 Rippa Rugby competition today. Everyone played amazing and had so much fun. Congrats to SPS Alligators who won their grade and progress to the Taranaki Finals in a few weeks. Big massive thanks to our coaches, especially those who gave up their time to support our tamariki. Now it’s time to warm up 🥶❄️
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Stratford Primary SchoolTuesday, May 28th, 2024 at 1:36pm
Home and School Family Pie Fundraiser forms have all been sent home with the tamariki. They do need to be returned to the office by Friday 28th June. Pies will then be collected on Wednesday 17th July from the school hall. If you require another form please call in and see the office staff.
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Stratford Primary SchoolThursday, May 23rd, 2024 at 3:23pm
Our Junior Team enjoyed Kapa Haka today. They have been learning a new waiata Te Tinana. Perhaps you could ask them for a demo 💕
Well done these four enthusiastic participants.
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Stratford Primary SchoolThursday, May 23rd, 2024 at 10:26am
On Tuesday Room 13 made some delicious pumpkin soup in the crock pot. It was a nice treat on such a cold and wet day. Each child had a turn at chopping, measuring, adding ingredients and mixing the soup. All the class sampled some and the majority came back for more. It was a nice treat on such a cold and wet day. We are drying out the seeds and want to make our own plants.

Challenge; can your whanau make some pumpkin soup over the next few weeks? If so, send us a picture to share back with Room 13.