Photos from events that have been taking place in and outside of our school
FBS learners and whānau went to Vector Arena on October the 20th to cheer on the Breakers when they played the Sydney Kings. We all had a great time, especially Jacob who won a special competition and he recieved his own G-Shock watch!
Thank you to LIFE Ed for the tickets.
Check out the awesome costumes, colour and excitement from our 2019 Book Week Parade.
Congratulations to our Under 50kg Rugby Team who came 5th at the 2019 Auckland Champion of Champions tournament.
They won 3 out of 4 games and played with a lot of skill and pride.
Another fantastic week of learning for our students and staff during our 2019 Te Reo Māori Language Week.
On Wednesday, September the 11th we had our Term 3 Duffy Assembly. Our Role Model was Jamaine Ross, a born and bred Christchurchian who is becoming a well-known comedic face on New Zealand television as 'The brown guy with the beard and the hat'. He's a regular on TV3's '7 Days', has appeared on TV3's 'After Hours', featured on Maori TV's satirical comedy show, 'Brown Eye', and has made cameo appearances on TV3's 'Jono and Ben' and 'Funny Girls'. His stand-up comedy achievements include winning the Raw Comedy Quest in 2012, opening for Tenacious D on their New Zealand tour in 2013, and being nominated for the prestigious Billy T Award in 2014 On top of all of that, he spends his days as a writer on TV3's 'Jono and Ben', records a weekly comedy podcast with his comedian friends called 'The Issues Podcast', and is one third of sketch comedy trio, 'Frickin Dangerous Bro'. He's basically a super busy and talented dude who brings a whole lot to the table when he's on stage, where he can best be described as 'thoughtful and intelligent', 'likeable and laidback', but most importantly 'brilliantly funny'. Flat Bush School thanks Jamaine for spending his time with us and encouraging us to read.
Malo e lelei everyone,
photos that capture the magic of another language week celebration here at FBS.
Check out the pride on the faces of our Tongan learners as they share their language and culture with us all.
Our learners wrote messages of love as part of our Father's Day writing competition. At our Week 6 Assembly we recognised learners across all year levels whose cards were selected for their wonderful written message and awesome presentation.
On Friday of Week 5, Term 3, FBS had a visit from Donovan Bixley a well known children's author. Donovan shared with learners from our Middle School how he created stories, where his ideas come from and the power of imagination.
Check out photos from our school's Hip Hop Dance lessons in Week 5, Term 3.
Photos from our Curriculum Evening showing our learners and their whānau working on activities for Reading, Writing and Mathematics.
Thank you to all FBS whānau who joined us for this wonderful learning time.
Photos from our 2019 Language Week celebrations. Enjoy the colour, vibrancy and excitement of our FBS learners as they learnt more about the culture and heritage of the Cook Islands.
Photos from our celebration of the language of Samoa and its amazing culture.
FBS learners recieving free bikes as part of our school's relationship with Simpson Grierson lawyers and Chorus Broadband.
Thursday, May the 16th we welcomed guest speaker Nick Tuitasi to talk to our whānau about the challenges of parenting in the 21st Century.
Celebrating our FBS learners who have been at school 100% in Term 1.
Ms Russell and our extension art students with their award winning creations.
FBS Staff supporting the South Auckland Hospice by joining in the 2019 walk at the Botannical Gardens
Guest speaker Marcus Akuhata Brown shared words of inspiration for our FBS staff ahead of the beginning of T1.
Check out our cool classrooms and their amazing learners and teachers.