By Stevie and Tyler Yesterday 10 Albatross members went to Blenheim to compete in the Tasman Rippa Rugby Tournament. We were in the competitive competition. Our team was in group 1 and played 3 other teams in pool play. Our first game was against Witherly and sadly we lost. Next we played Mayfield. This was […]
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What it means to be a Toroa
- We get to have the privilege of being Fyffe FORCE Leaders in the school. This means we are role models for the rest of the school and carry responsibilities within the school.
- In the Toroa Class we always have FUN while working on task.
- We get to do a lot of enjoyable activities, like playing capture the flag with other classes, going on camps and ski trips, learning experiences outside the classroom and sports events in other areas.
- We get to have a say in our learning. We create our goals and work towards achieving these. We are striving for our own independent E for EXCELLENCE.
- We get to make our own decisions about how we present out learning, for example using computers, writing in our books or iMovies.
- We have an excellent attitude towards our learning always achieving to a high standard.
On Friday the 7th of August the Albatross class were lucky enough to go on a ski trip to Mt Lyford ski field. We had the choice to either snowboard or ski. We all had a lesson depending what level we were at. We all really enjoyed the day even though there wasn’t much snow […]
For the last 4 weeks in L4L we have been making a smoothie stand and learning how a business runs. Our big question is: What roles affect and influence systems, relationships and values of a great business? From 10 am till 12 pm this weekend at the Farmers Market, Albatross Class will be selling smoothies […]
Yesterday we had a mufti day to fund raise for a basketball hoop. Everyone donated a gold coin and we raised $115. The money raised will be used for the pole which Dunlea Products are constructing. We rung ITM to see if we could have some spare wood for the backboard and the Tulley family […]