Run 4 Bibles Cross Country Competition at Otamatea Christian School

We had a great day of competition with our friends at Otamatea Christian School, Maungaturoto, on Thursday 2 November.  Several home schooling families joined in for the competition, too.

The course was not as wet as previous years, which made for better running and fewer children getting bogged down in mud!

After the racing, the senior students enjoyed the challenge of a Burma Trail through the bush reserve on the school property, suitably punctuated with screams of surprise and howls of laughter.

Then, after lunch, everyone settled down to board game competitions in chess and checkers [and easier games for the junior children.

We are grateful to Otamatea Christian School for hosting this day for us.

Please encourage your children to collect their R4B sponsorship money and return their packs by the end of this week.

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Mr T

I have been the Principal at Living Way since 1999, when my wife and I and our family moved here from Auckland.
We have loved being part of the Wellsford community, our local church community, and of course, the school community at Living Way.
I believe strongly in the value of Christian Education to help parents raise children that are strong and healthy, who love God and who will make a positive difference in the world around them.

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