Week Four 💫

































Another
 exciting week for Tumanako12!


On Monday we had created our own solar system and researched interesting facts about different planets.

Here are some interesting facts written by the students in T12


"Earth is unlike every other planet in the solar system in a number of different ways. It is the only planet that has liquid water on the surface. It is the only planet that has an atmosphere containing 21 percent oxygen". - Gardeeniah and Hazel 



"Mars is called the fourth planet from the sun. Mars is 141 million miles from the sun. Mars has a red/brown colour. It is due to the soil found on Mars’ surface. It has very thin atmosphere which we can’t breathe in safely".  - Steaphen



"Jupiter is the largest planet in the solar system. It is the fifth planet from the sun. Jupiter has 67 moons orbiting the planet. Jupiter has very faint rings around it. Jupiter has a great red spot which is because of its raging storms. Jupiter is the closest gas giant to the sun, and is the largest of the gas giants with a radius of 69,911 kilometers". - Taffiny

"Uranus is the seventh planet away from the sun and the third of the gas giants in the solar system. It is a very unique planet that we don’t know a lot about. It has never been visited by a spacecraft. It has mysteriously low temperatures". - Giang
Also, on Friday it was T12's turn to run the team assembly and we have shared our learning to the TUMANAKO TEAM! Super proud of T12's achievement in learning!!


On Tuesday we had our swimming lesson. It was an enjoyable moment for T12.

The students learnt how to float, kick, blowing bubbles, backstroke, front stroke, and many more.


On Friday we had Zumba for fitness and the class had fun! It's a great way to start the day!!
Last block we had assembly and singing practise. I would like to say a BIG congratulations to Taffiny for receiving a caught being good certificate, C-Jay and Steaphen for the team certificate! (Steaphen was absent last block)




It is great to see T12 continuously growing with their learning, and being able to use those skills in their everyday lives.
A quote which I have found,  reminded me of T12:

"What we learn becomes a part of who we are"




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  1. Thanks for your very detailed blog #Tumanako12 ... looking forward to your blogs this week about Vaiaso o le gagana Sāmoa - Samoa Language Week at @RowandaleSchool

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