Showing posts from June, 2017
Ramere 30 pipiri

Friday 30 June.

As I have been teaching the structure of reports this leads on nicely to the children writing their own speeches in the holidays. We present these in about week 3 of Term 3.

Next week is Whanau week where our emphasis is working as a team across the year groups.

We had a great day today making our slime to sell at our stall.

Look at how much we made! Our ads were so cute as well.

Our first sale!

Our letter that went home.

We have nearly finished our Famous people information reports. They are looking and sounding great!

Rapare 29 Pipiri

Thursday 29 June

Hi everyone, what a great day it was at cross country.

The weather was brilliant and the children focussed and determined to give it their best.

Room 11 came...
Year 6 boys,
4th Adam,
8th Dom
10th Elliot

Year 6 girls
2nd Maggie
5th Emma L

Year 5 boys
1st Ralph
3rd Orestes
7th Benji

Year 5 girls
1st Lisa
2nd Eva
4th Emma F
10th Tara

What a brilliant effort! I am so proud of all of you.

The netballers had a great day too. Well done on your great results.

Tomorrow if we can get the glue, we are making slime to sell on our stall raising money for the Red Cross, who helped rescue us from camp Hunua.

Ratu 28 pipiri

Tuesday 29 June

Cross country tomorrow. It will be wet and muddy. See you at school, ready to go FAST!

What a monumental day yesterday was. Talk about a David and Goliath result.

It was amazing and such a tribute to honesty, truth, hope and determnination.

I was so entranced by the events 5am was a small price to pay for such brilliance. This morning I felt as if something was missing however looking at the newspaper headlines, I can see the fun is just about to start again!

Down and out.

What images. I just wanted to capture the joy that a nation felt! 

We all had a great day at the rippa  tournament. The weather was perfect and the children fantastic. Thanks to all the parents that helped out. You were stars. Thanks to to Mrs Bartlett for all her hard work organizing the day.We won all games bar one which pleased the coaches and children. I loved their Kiwi humble attitude, play hard, win in a humble way.

Eli was the only injury, poor thing.

Thanks to the parents that…