Wednesday, 6 December 2017

Our Whakatauki

He moana pukepuke ka ekengia e te waka.
A choppy sea can be navigated.

It means:
Persisting in the hardest of times and taking on leadership.
Helping others.
Taking on new roles of responsibility.
Trying new things
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Sunday, 3 December 2017

My storytelling goals

My goals are:

1. 1.3 Provide quality feedback on our peers' writing.
3. 2.3 Accurately punctuate a variety of sentence structures, including direct speech.
3. 3.3 Use figurative language.

I will be focusing on these over the next two weeks.

Tuesday, 28 November 2017

Cycle Safety


Cycle safety was a blast! Our group had a nice instructor that made great jokes. We learned lots of things like curb ride out, which signal to use at which time and much more. 9

Thursday, 23 November 2017

Church

Today at church our reverend told us a story about a shoe maker.









The story talked about giving back to the community and helping others.
We also had certificates. Here we celebrated god given talents.








Then the performance choir´s year 8 students were given medals for their commitment and participation in the choir.










The junior choir also had their first performance toward the end of the service.

Sunday, 12 November 2017

Jacqueline Guest Speaker from SPCA


Today a guest speaker from SPCA called Jacqueline came to school. She came with two guinea pigs whose names are Leia and Tricksy. The guinea pig that is in the photo is Leia. Jacqueline came and told us about the SPCA. 

Wednesday, 8 November 2017

Gavin Bishop and Book Week



Gavin bishop came to school today for book week. He talked to us about the process of making a book and we could also take a book for him to sign. As another part of book week you could dress up as a character from a book.




Wednesday, 25 October 2017

Welcome to my first blog

Hi my name is Iñaki and I am a year 6, this is my learning blog where I will record and showcase my work and learning. There might be a few mistakes here and there as some things are a work in progress.