From Tuesday 26th June until Thursday 5th July our children’s artwork is on display at the Wallace Art Gallery in Morrinsville. The children have worked very hard creating their artwork and love showing it to their families and whanau. Susan St Lawrence – Resident Artist at the Gallery is greatly impressed with our children’s art […]
Our Year 4 tamariki enjoyed their Pukemokemoke Bush Reserve walk. They have been working on science studies related to the bush over the last few weeks. They enjoyed lunch at the reserve and completed sketching activities while in the bush.
As I line up at the start, toes over the edge, I feel my heart pounding like a bouncy ball bouncing off my chest What's that?! The clapper! I better go! Suddenly, everyone starts. I join along too. I race as fast as I can like a fast moving turtle in the water. In the [...]
Last week we read a story about growing Pumpkins. The story was about a boy who helped his Grandad to grow pumpkins from seeds they had saved. When they harvested them, they made pumpkin soup together. Rhys and his Grandad also grow pumpkins (and lots of other veges too.) Rhys is like the boy in […]
One morning when we went over to the swimming pool, we found a HUGE puddle of rain water. So when we were in our togs, we had some fun playing in it, splashing around and getting wet, before we went swimming!
This term we have been learning about Pukemokemoke Reserve. We investigated the history of Pukemokemoke, the different types of native trees, the native birds and insects that all live in this habitat. We also went on a hike through the bush on Pukemokemoke, going all the way up to the top of the lookout. Phew! […]