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  • Dogs are better than cats: By Holly Shortall

    Dear Editor

    I do not believe cats are better than dogs. I live at a house with 5 dogs and 1 cat. At our place the dogs are way more fun and I spend way more time with the dogs than I do with the cat.


    When I get home from school the dogs run around the side of the house to welcome me home they are always excited to see me and want cuddles. When I walk inside the cat opens one eye and then goes back to sleep again.


    At home we have a farm dog, her name is Bess. She moves all our sheep and bulls she also listens to all mums commands. Without Bess farm work would be tough. While Bess is working the cat is asleep in the sun on the couch.


    Sometimes we take your dogs to the river. At the river they love to play in the sand, swim in the water and hunt possums. Our cat prefers to hang around home rather than go to the river.


    Our dogs are way more exciting than our cat. I enjoy the dogs because I get to do lots of things with them. This is why I believe dogs are better than cats.


    From Holly Shortall
    Posted Aug 23, 2016, 3:40 PM by Matt McCallum
  • Welcome Alex to Colyton School

    Posted Aug 7, 2016, 11:56 PM by Matt McCallum
  • Welcome Axel and Vincent to Colyton school

    Posted Jul 24, 2016, 2:57 PM by Matt McCallum
  • HUNTERVILLE HUNTAWAY FESTIVAL


    29 October, 2016

    Calling All Potential Race Participants

    Entries for ALL Shemozzle races open on August 1st 2016.

     

    Visit www.shemozzle.co.nz from August 1st onwards

    to secure your position in a race. 

    Numbers are limited so be in fast. 

    Mark the date on your calendars NOW.

    We look forward to seeing you there.

    Posted Jul 19, 2016, 5:29 PM by Matt McCallum
  • Rangitikei Tough Kid event for 2016

    23rd September 2016 

    last day of the term will be The Downs Group Rangitikei Tough Kid event for 2016.

     

    We hope you have locked in this date for the annual end of term 3 fun day with Sport Whanganui our host school Mangaweka Primary School and with our Sponsors The Downs Group  at our annual

    The Downs Group Rangitikei Tough Kid event for 2016.

     

    Our information packs will be sent by the 29th July 2016

    The opening date for registrations will be the 1st August 2016

    Registrations will close on the 9th September 2016.

     

    If there are any questions please do not hesitate to contact me


    Watch this space!!!

    Posted Jul 10, 2016, 6:37 PM by Matt McCallum
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