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Class Action - Te Anau School
3 Town Centre, Te Anau 9600
Phone 03 249 7308
open 9.00am till 6.30pm, by the takahe, lake-end Te Anau
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Includes items already
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buy 2 or more items in store in September and get 17% off
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Ray White Te Anau are proud to offer a 10% discount on our commission to SuperGold Card holders. Ray White takes
pride in being the largest SuperGold property partner, and we are proud to offer this discount off our commission when
you sell your property through us.
The discount is applied at the time of sale at a rate of 10% of the gross normal standard commission. The SuperGold
Card holder must be one of the owners of the property, and all forms of listing, are eligible to be included for the discount.
Ray White are opening the doors to hundreds of homes across New Zealand and will be giving you the chance to win one
of 12 iPad Airs. If you are looking to buy, simply attend any Ray White open home on Sunday 21 September and complete
the open home register with your contact details to be in the draw to win. An open home list can be picked up outside the
Ray White Te Anau office or online at rwteanau.co .nz.
The team at
are proud supporters of
Freephone 0800 102 276
Providing Care and Teaching for
Children in the School Area
5 Tom Plato Drive Te Anau.
Tel: 03 249 4393 or
021 036 3499
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Proud to be supporting Te Anau Primary School
I loved doing the Fijian dance at Polyfest because I liked the
music. I think it was amazing.
I liked watching the poi girls. I also liked the haka because it
was noisy. There was a huge crowd clapping for us. I felt proud.
I liked the coloured lights.
Next we went to have our photo taken.
We went to the museum. We got to stroke a tuatara. It was
fantastic. Tuataras are cute and cuddly. They are smooth.
By Grace Perry (Year 1)
Last Friday I went to Polyfest and we did the haka, sang a
song and the girls did the pois.
My favourite bit was the noisy haka.
I was very, very nervous when I sang.
When it was time for the horrific haka, the ground shook like
a tornado spinning ferociously.
I liked boogying to the Fijian music.
By Morgan Wallace (Year 2)
The Polyfest was outstanding. I liked the haka and the wind
on the stage. The wind felt like fresh air.
There were blue lights. The blue lights looked like stars.
The trip was loud.
The haka made the ground rumble.
I think it was powerful.
By William Light (Year 1)
On Wednesday 10 September, our Year 5/6 rugby team played against neigbours Mararoa School in the annual match for the
“Log o Wood” shield.
This year, Te Anau School emerged victorious with the score 87-24. Congratulations to all players.
Year 5/6 Rugby
To find out more about
our awesome school
On the 1st of September, Mrs Ball brought her stoat and
ferret called Snow and Billy to Te Anau School. Snow is an
albino ferret and Billy is a brown stoat. They were kept in
a glass cage. Everyone thought they were cute but in the
wild they would not be cute because they are killers of birds
and they eat the birds’ eggs. Snow and Billy are separated,
otherwise they would fight. Guess who would win? Billy the
stoat would be more successful because Snow would not be
From Ellie Cockburn Year 6
Stoat visits Te Anau School
On Friday the 29th of August, the Junior Syndicate took part
in the Polyfest in Invercargill.
The children performed the school haka, a Fijian song and a
song celebrating New Zealand and Fiordland.
The children loved the opportunity to perform.
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