Big Deal or Not a Big Deal

The Manuka reading group in Room 11 have been learning to form their own opinions from what they read. Read more about 'Big Deal or Not a Big Deal'...

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Landmarks

As a class we researched the different landmarks within Aotearoa and discussed why that particular landmark was important to the area. Read more about 'Landmarks'...

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Being on Time Helps Them Shine

All of us are sometimes late, especially when students are young and parents have younger siblings they need to organise as well. Read more about 'Being on Time Helps Them Shine'...

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Ko Horomatangi te Taniwha Rangatira

Room 14’s inquiry topic has been ‘Our Place.’ In the initial planning the teachers have included Māori local legends from Ngāti Tuwharetoa. Read more about 'Ko Horomatangi te Taniwha Rangatira'...

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Parenting- the hardest job in the world

Mum timeDad timeIt is easy to compare our parenting style and our children’s behaviour with others.As parents, we so often second guess the decisions and actions we make as we... Read more about 'Parenting- the hardest job in the world'...

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Positivity goes a long way

Room 4 thought about what we need to do to have a positive and happy environment for everyone to be able to not only learn but have fun while doing so. Read more about 'Positivity goes a long way'...

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Mathematical Wizards

First, students were given a shape and they had to independently identify and sort 2D shapes by their appearance. Read more about 'Mathematical Wizards'...

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Whare Tapawha

Students of all ages have been enjoying the last of the warm weather and making the most of their lunchtimes by getting involved with spontaneous, student organised games, often involving... Read more about 'Whare Tapawha'...

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