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Cross Country 2022

Posted: Wednesday August 10, 2022

Well done on the students who took part in either the competitive or noncompetitive races in our Cross Country last Friday. A special mention to Gregor Watts who placed 8th and Iris Felthman who placed 6th in their competitive races.

Electronics and Coding

Posted: Wednesday August 10, 2022

Makey Makey and Graphite Circuits

Mātauranga

Posted: Wednesday August 10, 2022

This week Room 5 and 6 explored ocean currents, made our own compasses and built Waka horua.

Room 7 model making

Posted: Wednesday August 10, 2022

Check out our castles!

Star Compass

Posted: Wednesday August 10, 2022

Mapping New Zealand back to Polynesian Explorers.

How to keep our children safe online?

Posted: Wednesday August 10, 2022

As young children navigate their way through the real world they are also coming across the digital world. This can be a tricky time for parents/caregivers and also children.

Puppy Visits!!

Posted: Wednesday August 10, 2022

Isla brought her gorgeous chocolate lab puppy Milly in to visit this week. R13 was very excited and so was Milly! She helped vacuum up the classroom and gave everyone kisses!

Tupaia the Master Navigator

Posted: Wednesday August 10, 2022

This term we have been focusing on Kaitiakitanga and learning that we are all kaitiaki of the past (guardians)

Spelling Champions!

Posted: Wednesday August 10, 2022

At the end of last term Isla and Gregor competed in the Extra! Spelling Quiz.

Makey Makeys with Mr Cook-Bonney

Posted: Wednesday August 10, 2022

By Charley Grubb

Board of Trustees news

Posted: Tuesday August 9, 2022

The Board of Trustees welcomes Sarah Simmers onto the Board

Year 7's

Posted: Tuesday August 9, 2022

A great start to the term.

Monohulls vs Double Hulled Waka

Posted: Monday August 8, 2022

Last week we began looking at the different ways navigators were able to discover different countries. We looked into the different ships, we analysed the different key aspects of Viking ships, Monohulls and traditional Double Hulled Waka.

Mātauranga

Posted: Wednesday August 3, 2022

Our term 3 project is exploring the idea that kaitiakitanga is an important concept for us to understand and that we are all kaitiaki of the past (guardians of the past).

R6 Kaukau (Swimming)

Posted: Wednesday August 3, 2022

By Maddy Macaulay

Basketball Draw - Update number 2 -

Posted: Tuesday August 2, 2022

Basketball Draw for 8th of August UPDATE 2- Tahuna Thunder at 5:15 not 4:40, Tahuna Bucks are at 6:50 not 4:05, Tahuna Breakers at 3:30

An Introduction To Kaitiakitanga (Guardianship)

Posted: Sunday July 31, 2022

By Madeline Hage-Sleiman

Kaitiakitanga- Guardian of the Past

Posted: Thursday July 28, 2022

Aurora Science Fair

Posted: Thursday July 28, 2022

Write - Pass - Read with Room 11

Posted: Wednesday July 27, 2022

Students in Room 11 are enjoying their quick creative writing activities, where they are given an image and start to write about it. They WRITE for 3 minutes, then PASS their device or book along to the next person who then READS and carries the story on.