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Reptile Park Larks

What a fantastic day we spent learning all about reptiles. We got up close with tuataras, turtles and alligators and discovered what they eat, what happens to the eggs produced and how long different species live.

Get NZ Writing

Years 5 and 6 have been really busy writing metaphor poems, playing with words and exploring our locality with fresh eyes so that we can open a door on our environment for our partner school in Palmerston North to peek through.

We’re going on a REPTILE hunt!

Our recent trip to Ti Point Reptile Park was extremely exciting as well as interesting and informative! We saw turtles, lizards, alligators and a tuatara! Whilst not a reptile, Harrison the Capuchin Monkey was a very popular attraction. Have a look at some of the...

Welcome

Hello! Welcome to Class Korora’s (Year 4’s) blog, and it’s first post. Let’s all ignore the fact that it’s 7 weeks into Term 1. Mercy for the new guy, and all that! I’m pleased to share with you some of the things that we’ve...
Never Fear……Captain Cashtastic is HERE!

Never Fear……Captain Cashtastic is HERE!

It is not everyday that a SUPER HERO visits school but today was our lucky day! Captain Cashtastic, from the ASB Getwise Financial programme, stopped by to help us understand MONEY! Captain Cashtastic talked to us about the difference between notes, coins, dollars and...

Bridge Challenge

The task seemed straightforward – build a bridge that would support a plastic cup full of beans. The teams only had string, paper, straws, paperclips and sticky tape. There were some creative solutions and great teamwork on display.

Sense Detectives

Years 5 and 6 were using their senses to gather sights, sounds, smells and textures for poetry and art today. We spent a while on our balcony, drawing exploded pictures of our observations and then walked around our school environment to discover sensory detail.

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