School Journal,
June 2023

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Deadline:
October 21, 2022
Email: schooljournalsubmit@toitoi.nz
Publication date: June 2023

Please note your year level in the subject line of your email.

• Level 2 is for students in years 3-4
• Level 3 is for students in years 5-6
• Level 4 is for students in years 7-8

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School Journal,
June 2022

Theme: Tūpuna

Congratulations to Nathan Swain (Puni School), Lucas Yee (Russley School) and Emelia King (Evans Bay Intermediate) whose work has been published in the June 2022 edition of the School Journal. We are so proud of you all!

Check out the digital editions of the June 2022 School Journals below.

Nathan Swain, Level 2

Lucas Yee, Level 3

Emelia King, Level 4

School Journal, November 2022

Theme: Kaitiakitanga

Congratulations to Ellie Job (Belmont Intermediate School), Elise Mackay (Russley School) and Eden Rose (Oteha Valley School) whose work will be published in the November 2022 edition of the School Journal.

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