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Designing a Better Future

Room 11’s inquiry focus is to use the  technological design process to develop an idea with a  ‘call to action’ as Kaitiaki at the front and center of…

Run Marble Run

Working in collaborative groups, students were tasked with creating a marble run using a range of items. The marbles needed to travel from a height in…
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In the Footsteps of Nature

Room 5 embarked on a fascinating journey, exploring the native animals of New Zealand and diving deep into the complex world of conservation. The jour…
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Hidden Treasures: Room 5's Native NZ Species Hunt

Room 5 have been researching, gathering facts, and crafting informative reports about Native New Zealand species.

Simple Machines and Measurement

Room 2 has been on a measurement mission. Measuring, constructing, calculating, and discovering the magic of simple machines.
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GNS Science visit

Our keen geothermal scientists were thrilled to learn that two of our six power station entries had placed both third and highly commended in the GNS …
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Learning from the Past to Protect the Future

Room 11 students are learning about how to keep taonga alive by being kaitiaki. Before they could do this, they had to learn about the taonga they are…

Making Connections

To be a kaitiaki (guardian) of an environmental area you need to be active and connected to it because the land is a taonga (treasure). But what does …
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Wriggly wiggly worms

They squirm, move and wriggle around in the dirt. They might seem gross to some but to us, they are pretty cool for our environment.
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Getting into Geothermal

GNS Science/Te Pū Ao sponsored the Geothermal Science Competition for primary schools in Taupō, Rotorua and Kawerau. We were keen to join in, share ou…

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