The Oamaru Intermediate School uniform fosters a sense of identity, belonging and pride in our pupils. It ensures a consistently high standard of dress is worn by pupils throughout the day and provides a cost-effective and practical dress code.
This year OIS is doing something a little different for Pink Shirt Day. INSTEAD, we are having a wear something PINK day: so substitute uniform item/s for something that is pink.
On Friday 23 October, the OIS staff will be engaging in Professional Learning and Development so the school will be closed for instruction.
It is with a lot of thought that management has decided to cancel a School Production for this year. We can appreciate that a number of students were looking forward to this. We have decided it is in the best interests of the students and the staff to leave production until 2021.
With only one day left in this term it is timely for everyone to have a break to relax and recharge their batteries. The movement to a Covid Level 1 status means that there will be more freedom for everyone to move around and meet in bigger groups.
Congratulations to all those teams who participated in the Collegiate Basketball Competition for 2020. The Ninja and Lakers teams had a good season. Lakers enjoyed having a fun season focussing on participation.
Repertory Theatre October 7 - 11 daily at 2pm. MTO Children's Theatre presents WIND IN THE WILLOWS . All tickets $10.00. Book online with iTICKET or at the Repertory Theatre Box Office 12.00pm from Monday October 5th - 11th. These shows sell out quickly. Jump online to secure your ticket.
Clocks spring forward 1 hour at 2.00 am on Sunday 27 September.
James, Ben & JJ have been busy designing and hot pokering their chopping boards - looking great guys! Zoe & Alexis are busy too creating inspirational posters which we are going to make custom picture frames for. Lots of awesome work going on!
Due to being in Level 1 as of midnight tonight, parents are welcome to watch their child play their sport. Please be aware that there is very limited viewing at some venues. Timetable...
LAUNCH TO THE FUTURE is a 40-minute in-school presentation that focuses on how space programs and lunar science propel us into the future using STEM! In a series of sketches, professional actor/educators use audience suggestions to create uniquely hilarious scenes that educate on the moon and space science.
Love Tennis 2020 will take place on 10 & 11 October, from 1 pm - 4 pm each day at the grass tennis courts, 32 Chelmer Street (beside the domain playground). Just turn up!
Social media can be a great thing when used correctly and with good intentions, and in a safe environment. Please remember to be kind and teach your kids about being kind when commenting or posting on social media remember two of our values: engaging with mana, and acting with respect.
"Thank you to all the students at OIS," said Leanne Perriam from the North Otago Cancer Society as Emily Southee and Kirk Crossley handed over $443.30 raised from our Mufti Day on Daffodil Day.
We would like to thank Meadowbank Football Club for donating soccer balls to O.I.S. The students and staff really appreciate it!
Take the test! It's fast and it's FREE. Drive-Through and Walk-up testing. Saturday 12 September, 10am to 3pm at Centennial Park, Oamaru.
All Year 8 Fundraising orders for Pies, Fries and Toilet Paper to be collected from our school hall from 2.30 pm to 5.30 pm on Tuesday 15th September.
Some of you may be aware, one of our families at school lost their house and all of their belongings in a house fire over the weekend. We are counting our blessings that everyone got out safely.
The Board of Trustees along with our consultant, Mr Trevor McKinlay would like to announce that Mrs Rebecca Meek has been appointed as the Oamaru Intermediate School Principal commencing 2021.
The Technology team would like to thank parents who completed the survey about their reporting system. Valuable information was gained from the responses and it made us aware of things we would have otherwise not known. We would still like you to complete the very quick survey; the link is at the bottom of this article.