Tuesday, 7 August 2018



WEEK 2 MATHS




We had lots of fun this week using non-standard units to measure. Students used their hands, feet, arms and legs to estimate and measure.



Monday, 23 July 2018


Kia Ora Whanua

I hope that you have a good holiday with your amazing children. It is great to have them back.

TERM 3

This will be a busy term so feel free to come in and have a chat.

Some  events this term:

Cook Island Language Week, Tongan Language Week, Maori Language Week, Chinese Language Week








Reminders 

Mathletics/Studyladder

Please ensure that your child spends at least 15minutes completing their set on Mathletics/Studyladder only if you have a device/internet.

Reading
Students are encouraged to take home readers and read for at least 10 minutes. It would be great, if possible, to listen to your child read or ask them a few questions after reading.

Lunch
Sandwiches and a healthy snack.

Uniform
The school has second hand uniform for sale so feel free to come on and purchase these at a reasonable price.

If you have any queries please feel free to come and see me.

Sunday, 20 May 2018

Hi my  name is Kakala and my buddy Jibran.
We are this weeks bloggers.
Last week Room 5 were playing Ripper Rugby 
with the coach's Jamie and Sal. On Thursday we played a game where you get a buddy and put a cone in the middle of the two players and we had to try and get the cone before your buddy.
After that we played a game where you run around and rip people's flag's and call out RIP.
ZZZZZZ after a while it started to rain but even the rain couldn't stop us from having fun.The next day Room 5 played the real game. Here are some photo's.

Thursday, 10 May 2018


TO THE AMAZING MUMS OF ROOM 5

Thank you for everything that you do to have our tamiriki ready for school everyday.

You are doing a splendid job.






Heres a sneak preview of all the treats your little darlings made for you this week.




















Monday, 7 May 2018

INQUIRY

This term our school inquiry is ‘Our Choices Impact Our Future.’ Through this topic we are encouraging the children to consider what it means to be a good citizen and how we can apply that in our school and community.


To encourage our students to think about our school and some of the wider issues in
Manurewa,
we cordoned off our court, swimming pool and playground areas to ‘set the scene’
and encourage students to ask deeper questions about how our choices impact our future.
This has provoked some further questions and reflection amongst our students,
whanau and members of our wider Manurewa community.




I would like to confirm that this learning scenario has been set up as a part of our
students learning.
Each class will decide on a social action that they will engage in to further promote
their classes learning.


Some examples may include;

  • Investigating Housing options for our growing community
  • Identifying key issues in our community
  • Supporting members of our community
  • Investigating organisations that support our community


Welcome to Term 2. I hope you and your child/ren have had a fun, yet relaxing holiday. It feels great having all your amazing children back for another great term of fun and learning.


Reminders 


Mathletics/Studyladder

Please ensure that your child spends at least 15minutes completing their set on Mathletics/Studyladder only if you have a device/internet.

Reading
Students are encouraged to take home readers and read for at least 10 minutes. It would be great, if possible, to listen to your child read or ask them a few questions after reading.

Lunch
Sandwiches and a healthy snack.

Uniform
The school has second hand uniform for sale so feel free to come on and purchase these at a reasonable price.

If you have any queries please feel free to come and see me.

Thursday, 5 April 2018

EASTER EGG HUNT

Students reading their clues for the EASTER EGG HUNT













WEEK 2 MATHS We had lots of fun this week using non-standard units to measure. Students used their hands, feet, arms and legs to esti...