Here are our Ag Day main sponsors who have come on board this year! We really appreciate their support of Coatesville School!
(Please support our supporters! Click on their logos above for further information!)
FOTS CASINO NIGHT RAISES MORE MONEY FOR COATESVILLE SCHOOL!
We are absolutely thrilled to announce the amount raised at the Casino Night earlier this month:
Huge thanks to everyone who attended and supported the night, plus the following people for all the work in making the night happen: Julie, Karl, Belinda, Roslyn, Neville, Alanah, Nicki, Heather, Bronwyn, Anna, Anneke, Jace & Roberta. Not to miss out DJ danger Dave for the music keeping everyone there to the end and a massive thank you to our amazing Shelly Black and your team of foodies Jamie, Sarah and Kim.
Thank you so much to our sponsors of the night! We couldn't do it without you and really appreciate your continued support of Coatesville School. Please support our supporters!
Thank you to all our other supporters who also donated items for prizes and auction and towards our refreshments; Babich, Black Cottage, Coast, The Champagne Lady, Miss Lolo, Mowbray Family of Mahoenui, Silk & Steel, Dandos of Timberwall, and Jace & Roberta Steele, as well as Loaf, Aussie Butcher Kumeu and Pak & Save. Your support is totally appreciated!
(To view further information regarding any of the above sponsors and supporters please go to the
SPONSORSHIP SCOOP webpage and click on their logos.)
Following the great success of previous competitions, North Shore Trampoline Club have decided to host another regional competition. The competition is open to all Primary, Intermediate and Secondary school students who live in the North Harbour region. An invitation is extended to athletes enrolled in trampoline clubs in the Greater Auckland Area.
These competitions are a fun opportunity for kids who love to bounce whether it be at home, school or club to test their abilities against other athletes within our region. Who knows, where it may lead, they may find themselves in one of our national competitions or working their way to a place at the Olympic games… the sky is the limit!
Link to information
Please sign up your child using the google form link.
Link to sign up
NEW PICNIC TABLES DELIVERED TO SCHOOL BY OBJECT CONSTRUCTION!
We really are having an amazing couple of weeks! This morning new picnic tables were delivered to the school. Thank you so much to Ben & Tamzyn Adding & family of Object Construction! Another example of school families utilising their business skills, contacts and suppliers to make things happen around the place. This helps us tremendously in achieving some of our goals as a school and allows us to put other donated/raised funds elsewhere, so we do appreciate it and are very lucky to have the support of our school families!
NEW SOCCER GOALS DELIVERED BY
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The Kiwi Team blew us all out of the park with incredible supply of cupcakes! They looked beautiful! There are some talented bakers in the Kiwi Team. Thank you so much for your time & dedication. It really is brilliant to see so much support with everyone pitching in - you should be proud of yourselves!
We had so much that we had enough leftover to preserve in chillers and sell at the sausage sizzle on Monday.
Thank you to all those who helped with set up, selling and pack down too.
We really appreciate your support of Coatesville School!
Upon collation of the forms, we can appropriately send account details for payment.
$15,000 HANDED OVER
FROM THE FOTS TO THE BOTS!
URBIS LANDSCAPES SUPPORTING COATESVILLE SCHOOL
Please support our supporters and click on the logo below to find out about their services!
Read her amazing story here:
“I hate maths” mumbled Lucy bitterly, her head slumped on the table. “So Lucy” said Mr van-dam
“Yes” replied Lucy
“Do you know the answer?”
“The answer to what?” said Lucy confused
“The answer about how to divide two fourths of twenty into 5”
“Oh, um, 24” Lucy blurted out.
“Okay, not quite right, but close”replied Mr van
“Yes Bob” said Mr van dam
“1” said Bob proudly
Sooner or later the home bell rang.
“Good afternoon everyone, have a great night!” Said Mr van dam
Lucy thought about how embarrassed she felt the whole way home.
The next day she decided to try hard to learn something.
She paid so much attention. A answer appeared in her head, she put her hand up “Yes Lucy” “Is it 38” “Yes Lucy, well done!”
Lucy felt warm fuzzies all over her stomach. Each day she noticed that she was improving. A week later Mr Van-dam said who knows how to divide seven ninths into eighty nine, Hands shot up all over the class. But finally Lucy felt enough courage that she could possibly have the answer. “Six?” “Yes!” replied Mr Van-Dam
She was now the classes math magician.
She had improved so much that it was hard for her to remember, how she never thought she could improve. She persisted!
The moral is this story is to persist and to believe in yourself and know you can improve!
Check out a few photos to see just some of the action!
And check out the news from FOTS (underneath this post) with all the details of an amazingly successful night! Well done FOTS and all the helpers for making it such a success!