Ad­ven­ture School’s 25th birth­day marked

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Ad­ven­ture School will be cel­e­brat­ing its 25th birth­day with an open day on Fri­day.

The Whitby school opened in 1988 as a satel­lite school to nearby Dis­cov­ery, but num­bers grew quickly.

Ad­ven­ture School was of­fi­cially opened by the Gov­er­nor-Gen­eral, Sir Paul Reeves, in Novem­ber 1989.

Over the years class­rooms have been added, along with a hall, play­grounds and li­brary.

From 10.30am on Fri­day a tour of the school will be hosted by se­nior pupils, to see the chil­dren go­ing about their nor­mal day.

As well, there will also be a photo dis­play in the school hall.

At 1.30pm a spe­cial assem­bly will be held, with per­for­mances in­clud­ing kapa haka, danc­ing and singing.

An af­ter­noon tea will follow at 2.45pm.

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