Thursday, 30 July 2015


This is kapahaka we are close to the Maori  and Pacific festival.
We have been practicing amazingly hard at Kapahaka. 
It is under eight weeks till the pacific maori festival.
Wish us luck.

Your sincerly Emma and Sofia


Wednesday, 29 July 2015

Keep Dunedin Beautiful

Today we had a visiting show called 'Keep Dunedin Beautiful'.
There was as lots of drama, singing and RUBBISH plus a very important message of looking after our world by recycling and thinking about what we can do with the rubbish we create such as compost, reusing and even just picking up after ourselves!


This week as part of Maori Week we have been presenting our mihi. It was fun teaching my parents how to say a mihi.
By Olivia G

Tuesday, 28 July 2015

my hat

My hat was made by my Aunty Jen. It is a penguin hat. It took 1month to be made. We got the idea from a book with different ideas on animal hats. I hope you like my hat. My aunty is making some
more for the rest of my family.
written by Emma G

This is me with my penguin hat on

my science experiment

I did a science experiment with milk, food colouring and some dish washing liquid. First I put some water in the container then filled the rest with milk.Then I put a couple of drops of food colouring in it.Next I put some dish washing liquid and it went crazy.

War Research Presentations

Here is some of our learning from last term's 'Coping in Wartimes' topic.
Come and read the posters in Room 12.

Monday, 27 July 2015

Cross Country

I was hardy thinking I need to BEAT Liam from room 13 that was my goal to beat him.
I thinking move it was worth it every lap. By Tyler

When the race clappers went slam I felt rigid I felt like I had butterfly's in my stomic. by lachie

I was coming second on my second lap but all of a sudden Keira pelted past me. By Olivia.G

It felt like there was some kid of carnivorous creature with it's jaws locked to my side aswell as tightly clamping it's self to my leg along with his pal doing the same thing on the other side.
By Owen Wheeler.

My heart was pounding, my legs were shaking like crazy 
butterflies were going to fly out of my mouth
By Morgan Crossley Little.

Yesterday on the way to school I felt a million butterflies in my stomach, these butterflies continued to double and flap increasingly harder than a bird doing an air marathon.
By Bram Casey.