Sunday, May 10, 2020

Kia mau tonu te tūmanako

Our PENN Movie this term is about Never losing hope. We discussed the meaning of Hope.
This is what the students said: 
it's how you feel, sometimes it's sad, never give up, when something happens to you, a wish, Love, Aroha, help, being kind, talking, forgive. 
Two days before Lockdown we filmed parts of the movie and given the situation the country is in now, I thought this was appropriate for this time.    
        This is our hope tree we made leaves and wrote our feelings on them. We will continue to add more leaves throughout the year.
   

Friday, May 1, 2020

What have you been up to?


I am very proud of all the students in Room 23 you have all worked so hard during Lockdown. Please take some time to check out the student's blogs and please comment. 
Nate has been doing his online learning and cooking, well done Nate.


Alex did some art during Bubble school


Anne Marie wrote this story about ANZAC.
My Anzac long weekend with my family, Me and my little brother was drawing a vivid red flower as a remembrance of Anzac day. The next day I went with my family to our church car park to ride our bike and scooters. The final day of Anzac I went with my family for a walk at the Panmure Basin and it was fun.

Eve has been learning about Landforms

Kia mau tonu te tūmanako

Our PENN Movie this term is about Never losing hope. We discussed the meaning of Hope. This is what the students said:  it's how yo...