movinmarch23We're into the fifth and final week already! Time sure flies when you're having fun! A new week means a new theme, and this week we're celebrating Adventure because as well as all the awesome stuff it does for mind, body, and planet, walking and wheeling is just plain fun!

We are encouraging everyone who, can, to walk or wheel to and from school.

Please check out this link on how to be involved as whānau and prizes that you could win

We would like to thank our Year 6 leaders who are out, before and after school, stamping cards of everyone who is being active on their way to and from school.

Why Movin’March?

Movin' March is about working towards reducing our carbon footprint as a school community and by encouraging our tamariki and whānau to walk, bike or scooter to kura everyday during the month of March we also give them the benefit of better health and fitness, reduce congestion and chaos at the school gate, we also get to slow down and get some quality time with our tamariki and the kids active before the school day. Walking or wheeling to school solo or with friends can be a real confidence boost and families get to do their bit for the environment!

How to make it work for your whānau

Instead of driving right up to the school gate, why not Park and Stride from Pou locations to walk the last few hundred metres or so to school and get your passport stamped at the school gate?

Think about how you might get to and from school over March (and the rest of Term 1!) Check out Micro scooter’s safety tips or NZTA’s Hike it Bike it safety suggestions.

Walking School Buses build community and teach children important road safety skills ready for walking independently as they get older.


Explore the website for tips and check out the parents page on how to build active travel into your daily routine. 

We have Pou located on Stokes Valley Road and Kennedy Grove

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Movin March passport


It has been fantastic to see so many children being active on the way to and from school as well as during the day. 

Thanks to our Year 6 students for stamping the cards each day. 



Here are the leaders for returned completed cards so far.

Room 23 (6 cards), Room 4 (20 cards), Room 5 (5 cards), Room 9 (3 cards), Room 12 (7 cards), Room 13 (2 cards), Room 15 (8 cards)


Show us what your whānau likes best about Movin’March.movin march comp

Share your photo in the comments at for a chance to WIN a family pass to Staglands Wildlife Reserve & Cafe

or ZEALANDIA Ecosanctuary

or a scooter from Micro Scooters Australia & NZ

All winners will be announced before 9 April 2021.

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Congratulations to William who was 1 of 3 regional winners for the poster he created during the Movin’ March 2018 promotion.

We are very proud of Will’s achievement and it was great to celebrate this together at assembly.