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Room 2 Dance Journey

What did they really know about dance? They could name different types of dance, such as hip hop, breakdancing and ballet. Most students had trouble n…
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Summer Festival of Movement

That’s a Wrap!

Ahoy, me hearties, it lights up, music on, let's get our boogie on. Two performances of the Summer festival of Movement. These perform…
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Kapa Haka 2022

Kapa Haka is the name for Māori performing arts, kapa means to form a line, and haka is to dance. It is a powerful combination of song, dance and chan…
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Design your moves

‘Design Your Moves’ was Te Huka Team's inquiry focus which involves two main curriculum areas - Dance and Technology. Both these curricular provided a…
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It's Creepy and it's Spooky

After reading a haunted house story, Room 10 students created  their own mysterious mansions using black pastel and watercolour paint.
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Creative Reactions

Twirls, spins, break dancing, robot arms, and laughter have filled Room 15 during the afternoons.
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It’s An Art to Teach Dance

The announcement of “We have to teach dance next term,” struck fear into more than one teacher. How? What actually is dance? Where do I start? Help! 

Teamworks Makes the Dream Work

One of our classroom jobs is to be the P.E monitor - which involved sorting and getting gear ready when needed and also taking charge of some Movewell…
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Carving up a good read

Gaining life perspectives from stories and articles is a rich learning experience.
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Brilliant Pepeha

Learn about Grayson’s understanding about learning Te Reo Maori in his classroom. Grayson is explaining how pepeha is used in his learning. The object…

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