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It's MK Dance time!!!!!

This Friday 16th September, we have our Term Three 'Welcome' Assembly. This is an opportunity for us to formally welcome all the Mangapapa Kids (and their whanau) who have joined our school this term.
We look forward to seeing friends and whanau at this special assembly this Friday 16th from 9.05am.



Crackerjack Kids (CJK) is a curriculum-linked Health and PE programme for primary schools. Through the language and experience of sport, it teaches fundamental life skills and builds good character. And children love it!

CJK empowers Kiwi kids to become leaders, positive role models and well-rounded individuals who are equipped to achieve on and off the field.
This year at Mangapapa we are utilising the Crackerjack Kids programme with our Mangapapa Kids! Our current focus is around Attitude and Invasion games.
See the Parent's coaching tip around ENCOURAGEMENT! 






Mangapapa School would like to acknowledge Pultron and Infinity Trust for their recent support of our e-Cow developments.  We appreciate their generosity, and thank them for supporting our learners to access greater e-learning opportunities.




Well done to everyone who was involved - you all were fantastic in the way you challenged yourself and got involved. Tino pai!

Atawhai Afternoon


It was fantastic to see so many family members at school this afternoon, such a great day for our whanau to visit and for a sausage sizzle afterwards!

Thanks to those who were able to come in and be a part of our Mangapapa School Atawhai afternoon. We look forward to seeing you around school across the year.

Please remember, if you couldn't make it today, you are most welcome to pop in another time to say hello!

Also, a big thank you to the BBQ team! The feedback from the learners was that the sausages tasted fantastic!

{Thanks to Susan Akroyd for the photos! :)}





Mangapapa School is on Facebook.  This page contains photos of different activities/learning taking place within our school.  

It is also a great port of call for photos, notices and a good way to keep up to date with the comings and goings at Mangapapa School.  

Check it out today!

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In addition, we have a Mangapapa School Literacy Facebook page that has snippets of Literacy learning, as well as tips and ideas for supporting Literacy learning at home.

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Links to class/neighbourhood facebook pages for 2016...
Please make sure to LIKE your child's class page to receive regular updates and notices.