Monday, 8 December 2014
Here is the link to the Xmas advent calendar. Make sure you keep checking back and watching the clips after school finishes!
17 more sleeps!!
17 more sleeps!!
Sunday, 30 November 2014
On Friday night R28/29 had a sleepover at school. The purpose of the sleepover was to finish our Civil Defence Inquiry with a range of activities and to Skype Elm Park Primary School in England. We had a fantastic time. Check out some photos and waiata we performed:
Saturday, 25 October 2014
When the song Aotearoa was released by Stan Walker for Māori Language Week, we loved the song and decided to learn it. We recorded our own video and tweeted it to Stan on Twitter and guess what!!!!.... HE REPLIED! Check the video and the tweet from Stan :) He also retweeted it to ALL his followers so we might be famous soon :)
Tuesday, 24 June 2014
It is Matariki and we have been learning all about what Matariki is and how it is celebrated. Here is an acrostic poem we wrote together as a class incorporating some of the things we have learnt. Enjoy!
By Rm 28/29
Māori New Year!
A time to predict the harvest
The Seven Sisters shining brightly
Ancestors are remembered by singing waiata
Rise and shine before dawn to catch a glimpse
In the sky we fly kites up high to say “hi!”
Kumara, yum, yum! Let’s share a hangi.
It’s Matariki time!
Thursday, 22 May 2014
Our Inquiry focus this year is Community and in Rm 28/29 we are looking at how our community would react in the event of a natural disaster. We read this article the other day about how Auckland is actually very vulerable to tsunamis as we are surrounded by the ocean. Check out the article and see if you are in an evacuation zone!