Monday, August 15, 2016

Cup Cake Day 2016

 Cup Cake Day - held every year at this time and organised by our very dedicated Teacher Aide Mrs Neho. She dedicates hours to the making of cupcakes, setting up the hall, motivating students to bring along their cupcakes and supervises the selling of them.
It wouldn't happen without her. The grand sum of $871 was raised for the local SPCA.  
Room 10's supported well, especially Antony, Isla and Taylah who made cupcakes. 

Thursday, August 11, 2016

A whole new galaxy discovered...

The planets have been discovered - some in very interesting ways, they contain some weird and wonderful creatures and the local newspapers reported on the arrival of the Room 10 'aliens.'

Planet X

Plant X 3

Planet X

As part of the class Space study, we created imaginary planets.
We 'discovered' these. they were made, named and painted, then some imaginative writing was done...

Reporting back on the National Young Leaders Day

At the end of the Term, some of the House Captain's presented a video they had made to the school. In it they share some of the messages the speakers gave when they attended the National Young Leaders Day in May:

Term 2 Badges, Awards, Certificates and Chocolate

The Term 2 McDonald's and Achievement Award winners, The Year 7 Interclass Basketball Winners, a couple of Best /Most Improved Book Awards, lots of TIS Badges, a couple of blocks of chocolate won in the PB4L Draw, Attendance Awards, Principal's and Deputy Principal's Awards = lots of reasons to be happy...don't forget to turn on the sound.

Thursday, June 23, 2016

Gallipoli Diaries 2016

To show understanding of the events at Gallipoli the class had to write a diary entry for the soldier they created. It had to reflect their understanding of the events at Gallipoli and be written in diary format:


To finish of the Gallipoli - Anzac work, a collaborative technology challenge. The task was to create the tallest poppy. It was judged on - freestanding, height, and the diameter of the poppy.

Sunday, June 12, 2016

Tupu Rahi

Kasey Maaka from the Raukawa Charitable Trust,  has worked hard in schools in the South Waikato over the past 6 years, revitalising some Maori traditional games - Tapu Ae and Ki O Rahi.
Room 10's have always enjoyed our sessions with Kasey - last week she taught the class her new game Tupu Rahi; a progression from Tapu Ae to Ki O Rahi.