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Around the outside and back through the middle

Hands on, modelling, restructuring, and moving materials have all helped Room 1 students to gain an understanding of area and perimeter.

Making Connections

To be a kaitiaki (guardian) of an environmental area you need to be active and connected to it because the land is a taonga (treasure). But what does …

Keeping Ourselves Safe

Keeping Ourselves Safe is a programme devised by the New Zealand Police. The learning activities are designed to help children keep safe when they mix…

Unveiling the world of patterns

Room 14 dived into the fascinating world of patterns and relationships in mathematics. Students participated in a range of hands-on and interactive ac…
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Telling Stories Through Art

Static images of sea creatures with tangled fishing nets around their fins started Room 12 students thinking about how they could create multimedia ar…
3 min Read

Don’t Burst my Blobble

Blobble Write is an iPad application used by the students in Room 16 to practise and improve their handwriting skills. This fun and interactive tool u…
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Out on Patrol

“Signs Out - wait please - check”

“Clear”

“Cross now please”

Managing Minecraft

Room 3 students know how to work out the area and perimeter of squares and rectangles and their teacher knows how to set a purposeful Minecraft learni…
4 min Read

Wriggly wiggly worms

They squirm, move and wriggle around in the dirt. They might seem gross to some but to us, they are pretty cool for our environment.

Beyond the Ballot

Are you tired of playing on destroyed sports fields? Do you want cleaner streets and more fresh air? These are some of the policy ideas campaigned in …

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