Swim like a dolphin

To begin with, our qualified swimming instructors assessed what we could do in the water already. We learnt these skills through a variety of fun water games and activities. Read more about 'Swim like a dolphin'...

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Tools for Writing

Colleen Wills our ALL Mentor shared a writing prompt for “fattening” up sentences or to help make our writing more interesting for our readers. Read more about 'Tools for Writing'...

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Floating Classroom

Members of the Māori curriculum team have participated in the Ngati Tuwharetoa Cultural Knowledge Project. This project is to support teachers in obtaining cultural views and stories of Ngati Tuwharetoa. Read more about 'Floating Classroom'...

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Colour Monsters

This in turn leads to developing empathy and social skills. Emotions can be linked to physical sensations. Read more about 'Colour Monsters'...

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Funky Figures

One artist we looked at was the pop artist Keith Haring. We liked how he used bold colours, cartoon people shapes, black outlines and some movement lines in his work. Read more about 'Funky Figures'...

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Sensational Shapes

Firstly, students learnt to recognise a number of shapes by their appearance. They created bead shapes and learnt the Māori names for each of them. Read more about 'Sensational Shapes'...

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Wave Forms

The students have been learning about the physical phenomena of sound. We have been learning to identify different types of sound, explore and explain how sound is made. Read more about 'Wave Forms'...

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