Monday, November 30, 2015

Wave Pools for the Kapa Haka RoopuKotahi kaukau

E Rua Papa Takaro 

E Toru Kai

Thank you to all the kaiako and whanau that came and supported us on the day, we had a stupendous time and loved the wave pools.  The Pool Life Savers said we were very well behaved and could come back anytime.  

Sunday, November 29, 2015

A big shout out to Christian for continuing to support us in learning the unicycle.  We still have a competition running in our class.  First one to ride from the stage to the back net and return. So until we see you again, have an awesome Christmas Christian and thanks for everything.  Miharo me koe.
from Ruma Te Kau Ma Tahi.

Saturday, November 21, 2015

Pirates, pirates and mermaids.

What a wonderful production KWS put on during the last week of Term 3.  The amount of practice and making of costumes was running riot in our school.  Everyone has the ARRRRR factor and my crew didn't lack any of it.  We practiced and practiced our singing and our movements, our timing and our voice projection.  My Crew enjoyed making their costumes, hooks, swords, patches, bandana's, mermaid tails and jewellery.  It was flat out every practice session.  SO PROUD OF THEM ALL.

Ruma Tekau Ma Tahi 2015

WOW - here we are.

When our class photo was taken I was overseas, so disappointed that I missed our school photo day, so we decided to take one of ourselves in our natural surroundings being our normal selves.  I LOVE IT. So we are going to share this with you.  

We have been practicing our STOP DROP AND COVER maneuvers so we can stay safe in the unlikely possibility that we have an earthquake.  Better to be safe and know what to do.  Tamariki are quick to move and grab hold of a table leg to keep themselves stable.  Awesome Ruma tekau ma tahi.