Te Kura o Tauhinu - Lincoln Primary School

Primary School for Year 0-8 in Lincoln, Canterbury, New Zealand

Lincoln Primary School is a full primary school catering for children from Year 1 through to the end of Year 8.

Operating as usual

Photos from Te Kura o Tauhinu - Lincoln Primary School's post 31/05/2024

Our ākonga had a really fun day at school today, with pyjamas and wacky hair galore.

Our house leaders held a dance party on the stage at break time, which is always lots of fun!


The Lincoln Primary House Leaders and Lincoln Rotary would like to thank the LPS community for all the food items that were donated for the Greenpark Foodbank .
As always, your kindness and generosity is much appreciated.


Kia ora e te whānau

A reminder of upcoming school events over the next few weeks.

Friday 31st May - Wacky Hair/Pyjama Day- Canned food or snack donations
Monday 3rd June - King's Birthday, School is closed
Tuesday 4th June - Teacher only day, School is closed for students


Our ākonga have been very lucky to have Constable Jim teaching them about road safety for the last week. If you live near the school, you’ve no doubt heard the sirens going and the delighted tamariki reacting to them!


Do you or someone you know have a child in-zone for Lincoln Primary School?
We would love to receive enrolments for children starting school in the next 18 months as soon as possible to assist with classroom planning for 2024/25.
Please click the link below to complete an enrolment form or contact the office for any queries: [email protected]
Enrolment forms can be completed online here: https://enrolments.linc-ed.com/apply/NZ/3412

Photos from Te Kura o Tauhinu - Lincoln Primary School's post 17/05/2024

The Year 7 Technology students currently working in eTex (Textile and Digital Design) completed a real-life stakeholder design project over the last few weeks. The Year 7 students used the Design Process to meet with a Year 3 stakeholder and interview them for ideas. They then had to plan and draw concept drawings of monsters. The monster drawings were then developed into a small felt toy. The younger students watched the manufacturing in the Technology space. It was a great learning activity for both groups and they enjoyed connecting. Technology is about understanding other people's needs and how we can design products to suit a need or want. Having real stakeholders to work with has been invaluable, and the Technological Outcomes (the felt toys) will be well-loved we're sure!

Today the completed monsters were passed on to their Year 3 creators - a great way to finish off Pink Shirt Day, reflecting on the kindness and collaboration in these creative partnerships 🩷👾🩷


Happy Support Staff Day to our amazing support team

Photos from Te Kura o Tauhinu - Lincoln Primary School's post 14/05/2024

Kia ora e te whānau

A reminder of upcoming school events over the next few weeks.

Friday 17th May- Pink shirt day, no donations needed
Friday 24th May - Winter Disco, $3 door entry
Friday 31st May- Wacky Hair/Pyjama Day
Monday 3rd June- King's Birthday, school is closed
Tuesday 4th June- Teacher only day, school is closed to students


A message from Selwyn Parenting Network:

Selwyn Parenting Week returns next week! We will be hosting a number of FREE events along with many free online resources, all aimed at empowering Selwyn Parents, Caregivers and Whanau. In addition, many of our Selwyn Parenting Week Events / Speakers / Resources appeal to Teachers and Teaching Assistants.

Selwyn Parenting Network knows that Parenting and Social Wellbeing needs are evolving at a rapid pace in Selwyn and wider Canterbury, and we are here to help.

We remain consistently attentive and up to date; identifying service gaps for Parents, Caregivers and Whanau, and creatively developing strategies for community grassroots projects.
Our Selwyn Parenting Week is just one of many initiatives that we are delivering as part of our advocacy and supports for ALL parents and caregivers across all four wards of Selwyn.

We have some exciting projects on the horizon that we would love you to know about.

So please head to our page or our website: spn.org.nz and be sure to following us!


Do you have a child diagnosed as being on the autism spectrum? Come along to our whānau support group meeting on Friday 24th May at 2pm

Photos from Te Kura o Tauhinu - Lincoln Primary School's post 08/05/2024

What a fabulous day we had yesterday at the Lincoln Domain for Syndicate 2-4 Cross Country. Well done to all our students, Thank you to you all for your positivity and enthusiasm, it was great seeing you taking a risk with your running and being supportive and caring to your peers. A big thank you to all our supporters who came down to cheer our students on! Also ka pai to Miss Rogatski who also ran with the Year 8 girls!


Friday 17th May is Pink Shirt Day.
Kōrero Mai, Kōrero Atu, Mauri Tū, Mauri Ora – Speak Up, Stand Together, Stop Bullying

Wear anything pink! Be outrageous! No donations are required

Celebrated annually around the globe, Pink Shirt Day is about working together to stop bullying by celebrating diversity and promoting kindness and inclusiveness.

(Ākonga/students who do not wish to wear pink, can come to school in their school uniform)

LPS Jazz Band - YMCA 05/05/2024

WOW!!! Congratulations to all the members of the Lincoln Primary School Jazz Band who performed at the Ōtautahi Jazz Jam Spectacular on Saturday night at Christchurch Boys High School auditorium. You were outstanding! You represented our school so well. Well done to you! 🎷🪇🎸

LPS Jazz Band - YMCA Lincoln Primary Jazz Band, 4 May 2024Ōtautahi Jazz Jam at Christchurch Boys High SchoolYMCA


Our dedicated Road Patrollers work so hard to keep our tamariki safe - in ALL weather! After a cold morning on duty, there's nothing like a warm milo to warm us up ⛈️☕️

We appreciate everyone slowing down and being cautious around the school during busy times, especially in wet slippery weather 🤩

Photos from Te Kura o Tauhinu - Lincoln Primary School's post 29/04/2024

Madisyn, Luke, Poppy and Sophia along with 6 of our Student Council attended the Anzac service on Thursday.
These House Leaders did an outstanding job with their readings and we are very proud of them and how they represented our school at such a special event.
Ava and Sienna lay a wreath on behalf of Lincoln Primary School.
Lest we forget 🌺


Haere mai and welcome to our new students and their whānau. Looking forward to an exciting Term 2 at LPS!

Photos from Te Kura o Tauhinu - Lincoln Primary School's post 10/04/2024

The students at Te Kura o Tauhinu participated in a House Connection event yesterday where they took part in a jump jam challenge and song challenge.
Our House leaders did an outstanding job of leading this event.
Thank you to all our ākonga and staff who dressed up in their house colours, you can see from the photos there were some fabulous costumes. Well done to Rimu house who took out 1st prize!

Photos from Te Kura o Tauhinu - Lincoln Primary School's post 09/04/2024

Thank you for the amazing suggestions from our ākonga for future HOUSE CONNECTION events and ideas for the winning House each term. We had an overwhelming 150 suggestions when we checked the suggestion box today.
Remember it’s House Connections day tomorrow, so ākonga|students are invited to dress in their house colours for a fun day at school!

Photos from Te Kura o Tauhinu - Lincoln Primary School's post 08/04/2024

LPS were treated to a visit from the Lincoln Volunteer Fire Brigade this afternoon.
We were so privileged to present them with $937, that our ākonga(students) raised on Friday. They do an amazing job keeping us safe. Thank you Lincoln Volunteer Fire Brigade!

Photos from Te Kura o Tauhinu - Lincoln Primary School's post 08/04/2024

It was a beautiful morning for our Syndicate 1 ākonga(students) to run their Cross Country. Well done to all tamariki (children), everyone tried their best! Thank you to the fabulous amount of whānau who supported the tamariki!


A reminder that our House Leader fundraiser Day is on tomorrow, Friday 5th April.

Students are encouraged to dress in clothes and/or accessories that relate to the Fire Brigade, or non-uniform clothes. Please bring a gold coin donation - all funds raised will be donated to Lincoln Volunteer Fire Brigade


Cleaned out the cupboards this long weekend? The PTA second-hand uniform shop is in need of donations and will also sell on your behalf. Donations can be dropped to the school office during the week.
We hope you have all had a safe long weekend and look forward to seeing ākonga|students back tomorrow


Happy Easter! A reminder we are closed for Easter. Looking forward to seeing our ākonga on Wednesday 3rd April

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Videos (show all)

Our Prep and Concert band treated our tamariki and kaiako to a special performance during our end of term assembly this ...
Un-named non uniform lost property, more in the comments. If you recognize something please come and collect it from the...
Thank you from the Student Council for supporting our ice block fundraiser. It was a huge success with over 600 ice bloc...
Final chance to collect any missing non school uniform. It will be outside the office until 315pm today.
Yesterday as part of the intermediate hub's Scientia inquiry we had the science in a van show. It was interactive and re...
Last chance to grab any missing togs, outside the school office today ☺️
A huge welcome to our new LPS students today. This video is from part of our mihi whakatau welcoming them and their whān...
Christchurch Schools’ Music Festival - Orchestra. Amazing mahi Cloris, Xander and Samuel!





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