Nor West News : December 22nd 2011
www.nor-westnews.co.nz 4 NOR-WEST NEWS, DECEMBER 22, 2011 NEWS I u n nd n r nd nd l v r n r Chr , n ur l l h b n 1 v b r nd 31 b r, nd nd ur h rn n n. * f r n tr nsf rs t th Ph n s, n , n fr 1 r 2011 t 31 D r 2011. st rn Un n s s n fr urr n h n . u t t t s, f n . © 2011 st rn Un n H n s, In . r hts r s r . Ou u S n $ hi h i m n on $ n *. T 0029 For more information call us today or visit our website. Also at Mt Eden Pakuranga 09 638 9026 09 576 7108 www.davisfunerals.co.nz Henderson 09 835 3557 Our Henderson location West Aucklands Newest Crematorium We've extended our service to families incorporating a state of the art crematorium facility at our Central Park Drive Funeral Home. For All Year Round CITY WATER DELIVERY McKean MOTORS & CONTRACTORS LTD Your local city water carrier for over 40 years For great personal service call 0800 2489 92 0800 CITY WATER or 416 8628 4025427AA End of year fun for students Planking: What kind of activity can we do with this piece of wood? Kaukapakapa School students assess their next step. Slippery speed: Hayden Jones takes on the water slide at his Kaukapakapa School's camp for year 3 and 4 students. Mystery task: Trying to problem solve while blindfolded is a tough test for year 7 students Tyneal Brownlee and Jamie Beale at the Blue Light Police Competency Test Challenge. Pupil power: Pulling a trailer is one of the activities for Kaukapakapa School students who could be future police officers. Caught up: A spider-web type team game keeps Kaukapakapa School students all giggly and tangled up. Plenty of team building activities kept students at Kaukapakapa School busy at the end of their year. Year 3 and 4 pupils were on camp at Peter Snell Youth Village where they explored the rock pool, built bivouacs, learned archery and abseiling and participated in confi- dence building events. Year 7 students attended the Blue Light Police Competency Test Challenge where they competed in a series of mystery tasks amidst 24 schools. All police officers must complete the obstacle course individually every two years. Run by the Waitemata Police District, the event at the North Shore Events Centre involved students eating dry Weet-bix, pushing patrol cars, climbing over walls, problem solving blindfolded and other testers.
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