145 days ago


Center Manager from Greta Point - Active Explorers

Tēna koutou Greta Point Whānau

*** DAFFODIL DAY*******

So Tomorrow is the day!

The tamariki have been making art, learning about colors and changing colors and on Monday some of us wore funny glasses.

We today have started decorating the foyer in anticipation for tomorrow.

If tamariki can please dress in YELLOW, ORANGE OR RED (or dress up) that will add to the fun.

If whanau are in a position to donate to the collection box in the foyer (in the bookshelf, grab a daffodil as well).

BALLOONS, STICKERS and TATTOOS will be available for the tamariki tomorrow in their classrooms

We are grateful for your support with this fundraiser.

The Greta Point team

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