Friday, 20 June 2014

The Strom

Last night I heard a crash of trees. I was scared so I went into my parents room. I was terrified. I woke up because I was scared. I woke up at 4 o'clock in the morning. My cat was scared and frightened too. It looked like my cat was going to crazy. It was scary. It was creepy and terrifying.

By Kodi

The Storm

Last night when I got home I heard a scream sound. When I got to bed last night I heard bash!!! on the window last night and I had to wake up in the middle of the night. When I woke up I was surprised that my car was full of branches falling on my roof and I was so scrared if my dog was scared. If my dog was Yowling. Cause if he Yowls he will run out on the road and he will get run over by a

truck, a car, a bus or a train.

By Michael

The Storm

Last night I woke up because the cat flap was squeaking all night so I did not get to sleep and I
don't even have a cat at home. I also herd a big...bang! outside my window and I got scared. The plum tree was knocked over.

By Aurelia

Thursday, 19 June 2014

WALHT share our learning with Hub 9

Today we shared our learning with Hub 9. Some of the learning we shared was our progressions, break through learning, inquiry learning, maths learning, literacy learning, our Mihi and more!
Here are a few photos of us sharing our learning!


Tuesday, 17 June 2014

Community Koru

Recently we had a Te Reo immersion day.  We spent time learning about what a Mihi is and creating our own one, role playing basic phrases in Te Reo and building our knowledge of the koru.

The art pieces we made represent our closest community - our family.  We drew a koru to symbolise each person in our family.

Friday, 13 June 2014

Today some of us took a risk and went on stage at assembly to share our Mihi!

Wednesday, 4 June 2014

Sharing our Mihi

Today we learnt how to write and read a Maori Mihi. We chose what information we wanted to include in our Mihi before practising it and sharing it with each other. We had to be really determined when we were learning how to spell the Maori words.