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Friday 30 July 2021

Brainwave Trust Seminar THIS MONDAY

Unravelling the Adolescent Brain Event Information - Monday 2 August, 2021, 6-8pm at Oamaru Intermediate School. The cost is FREE! R.S.V.P to [email protected]

Friday 30 July 2021

Hard Materials

Reece and Jayden have been busy in Hard Materials this week creating Whirligigs. The ladies in the office were super impressed....Great job both of you!

Friday 30 July 2021

Principal's Message....

Our Purpose: To prepare students to be active participants who will contribute to their community.

Wednesday 28 July 2021

Mufti Day for Youthline

On Friday 6 August, OIS is having a Mufti Day. The proceeds from everyone wearing mufti, and bringing a gold coin donation, will be going to Youthline.

Sunday 25 July 2021

Welcome back to school for term 3.

Tn koutou katoa, Malo e lelei, Talofa lava, Bula vinaka. We have another very busy term coming up with James Hargest, Stars on Stage, Winter sport, and Polyfest to name a few.

Thursday 8 July 2021

Our Purpose: To prepare students to be active participants who will contribute to their community.

Tn koutou katoa, Malo e lelei, Talofa lava, Bula vinaka. It's hard to believe that we are halfway through the year, with this term being extremely busy. A number of students have been involved in a variety of different activities, sporting events, and opportunities outside the classroom.

Thursday 8 July 2021

Community Notices

Check out what's happening in the community.

Tuesday 6 July 2021

Waitaki Boys' High School Open Night

Wednesday 4th August, 2021 6.30pm in the Auditorium. Please see attached poster.

Friday 2 July 2021

SPCA Fundraiser

Thank you for all the support for our Be Yourself Mufti Day. We fundraised $342 towards the Oamaru SPCA. There was such a strong theme from classes that they wanted to support animals, the SPCA is very appreciative of our support. Well done O.I.S.

Thursday 1 July 2021

Term 2, 2021 Whanau Newsletter

Collaborate - Create - Contribute

Thursday 1 July 2021

Our Purpose: To prepare students to be active participants who will contribute to their community.

Tn koutou katoa, Malo e lelei, Talofa lava, Bula vinaka It would be fair to say that winter has hit us and unfortunately we have seen a number of different events and activities cancelled due to the weather.

Thursday 1 July 2021

O.I.S. School Jackets

Winter is here... Navy school soft shell jackets are available: Sizes 10-16 $68, Sizes S, M, L, XL $80.

Thursday 24 June 2021

Principal's Message...

Our Purpose: To prepare students to be active participants who will contribute to their community.

Wednesday 23 June 2021

Community Notices

Check out what's happening in the community.

Tuesday 22 June 2021

LJHooker Club Incentive Programme

List and Sell your property with LJ Hooker Oamaru and they will donate $200 to Oamaru Intermediate School and you as the vendor will receive a $200 voucher.

Friday 18 June 2021

Thursday 17 June 2021

Our Purpose: To prepare students to be active participants who will contribute to their community.

Tn koutou katoa, Malo e lelei, Talofa lava, Bula vinaka Despite the miserable weather this week, I hope you have all had a great week. We have had another really busy week at O.I.S with a visit from Youthtown and Year 8 girls participating in Self Defence.

Thursday 17 June 2021

REMINDER: Music Festival Tickets!

Ticket sales will close on Monday 21st of June, and purchased tickets will be distributed by Friday 2nd July. Music Festival tickets are available for ordering from our school office. Your name will not go on the list until we have received payment. Please do not ring the office and ask us to put tickets aside for you. They are non-transferable between the two nights, and OIS is performing on the evening of Wednesday, July 7.

Thursday 17 June 2021

EPRO8 Final

The girls were fantastic and stayed engaged and positive every step of the way. They were great ambassadors for O.I.S.

Thursday 17 June 2021

Foggy and Miserable days...

On Tuesday this week we had thick fog across the district, which certainly in Oamaru lingered around. I personally saw a large number of vehicles driving without lights on and a number of cyclists who had no lights at all.