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Tukutuku Tales

As part of the inquiry looking at Māori culture and the inventions that Māori used before the time of British settlers in New Zealand, the students in…
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Singing Playground Comes to Wairakei

Once a week you will find a group of keen singers taking part in a new initiative called Singing Playgrounds™.
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Poihipi Learning Adventures

Poihipi have taken learning beyond the classroom for its inquiry Kaitaki - Call to Action karanga ki te mahi. Each class has explored native flora and…
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Use Your Voice to Rap

Rapping is a way for people to express themselves and make sense of the world. It involves speaking or chanting rhymes that are often set to a beat. T…

Kōwhaiwhai Korero

The koru is significant in tikanga Māori as it represents growth, strength and peace. As a symbol of our growing knowledge of te ao Maori, students we…

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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Telling Stories Through Art

Static images of sea creatures with tangled fishing nets around their fins started Room 12 students thinking about how they could create multimedia ar…
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Tech Savvy Students

Room 5 delved into the world of coding using Scratch and Scratch Jr, embarking on a creative journey of digital storytelling. By using these coding ap…
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Tu meke Tuatara

Do you know that the tuatara is New Zealand’s largest reptile and is often called our living dinosaur? Room 14 do!

Matariki nine stars

As part of learning about Matariki, the students of Room 7 searched deeper into the meaning of the nine stars that are part of the Matariki cluster.

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