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Saturday, 18 November 2017

Visit to Te Pou theatre

What an amazing experience for our classes. We learnt about how Te Pou was built based on the fundamentals of aroha, manaakitanga and whanau. Te Pou means support post and that is exactly how we felt when we visited Te Pou 'supported'. Our guides were committed and passionate about what they do and have inspired our students to have the confidence to be themselves in a safe environment.

We enjoyed drama, dance, music and the theatre was full of visual art near the entrance.

Thank you for having us:)

Saturday, 11 November 2017

Netball skills practice

We are learning to catch and pass using a chest pass. 

 Putting our skills into practice.

Thursday, 2 November 2017

Puppet Show

We were so lucky to have Erin Devlin come and show our classes her interactive puppet performance. Erin is a writer and and she makes her own puppets. Amazing!

Sunday, 29 October 2017


We need to remember how to get in and out of the pool safely using the ladder and the side of the pool.

Monday, 23 October 2017

We have been learning about looking closely at words

We know that we need to look closely at words. This will help us to slow down
and notice words when we are reading so we can understand what we have read.

Sunday, 8 October 2017

What's happening in term four?

I hope you have had a wonderful break

For Topic study this term we are learning about music and dance. We will be performing a percussion dance and may have an opportunity to visit a well known performing arts group

23rd October

Fakaalofa lahi atu ki a mutolu oti! Niuean language week starts on the 1st week of term 4

Saturday, 23 September 2017

When we write...

We are learning how to make our writing interesting by using punctuation such as speech marks. We use adjectives and adverbs and we re read our writing to make sure it makes sense and sequenced correctly.