HEY TREES Your beautiful singing takes my breath away. I like that . HEY ROCKS Your lovely,bright sparkling eyes makes me happy when I’m sad. I like that. HEY SKY Your gleeful characters dance and sway throughout my day making me laugh. I like that. HEY MOUNTAINS Your chilly white snow swallows me every time… [Read More]
Here goes! My first effort at creating a class blog! I hope to get the children to blog moving forward but our mornings are very, very busy and I am always mindful that the children will gain the most from time spent reading, writing and doing maths. We welcome SoHee to our class. SoHee has… [Read More]
Well what a week! We have a lot of beautiful Wax Eyes around the school enjoying our Bird Balls. Noah is our Reader of the Week this week. Holly is our Math Whiz she is able to give directions using half and quarter turns. Haruka has shown Whenua this week so he is looking after… [Read More]
We have had a fantastic first week back after the holidays. The temperature drop made me wish I was back in Fiji. Mr Manawatu came and told us a lot of stories about the history of our Kaikoura environment this week as our topic this term is Environment. Our reader of the week this week… [Read More]
Mr Roche was very helpful by finishing our bike track over the holidays. People have started using the track.It is fun and it has flat jumps +burms.
On the 14 of July Maurice Manawatu from Maori Tours came to our school to teach us about the different Maori names around Kaikoura. He told us legends of Kaikoura and how to say place names in Maori. Then he went and talked to Miss Roberts class. By Lacey and Neroli
For inquiry we are learning to follow the grid on a map to make a map of the Kaikoura area. We have also made a map of the school we had to include 4 areas that are special or important to us. We are also learning to identify why groups have connections with the Kaikoura… [Read More]
Andrew Spencer has updated our website it looks fantastic. At our staff meeting we are learning to use the new blog space. Thank you very much Andrew.