Term 4 Week 1

Recap of End of Term 3:


Steaphen's Birthday - He's finally 8 years old!! YAY!! Steaphen has given T12 some delicious cake! All the kids were thankful and wished Steaphen a BIG happy birthday.

   


Tumanako 12 has been working diligently on their inquiry about the Sasa Dance for Term 4.





DUFFY THEATRE ASSEMBLY: 

What a great way to introduce bullying to the school. Tumanako 12 has enjoyed the performance and they have all learnt heaps about 'bullying is not okay'

  




2018 ROWANDALE SCHOOL CROSS COUNTRY:

IT WAS A FANTASTIC EVENT FOR THE JUNIOR TEAM!!!

We had house points up and running and along with awards for top 5 students.

The weather wasn't great, the students had a lot of fun running. I am super duper proud of my class for participating. They have showed determination and they did not give up on their run.


 












 


The winners from the junior sector (in my class):

Year 3 Girls:
2nd place - Mary Jane
3rd place - Minoneti

Year 3 Boys
2nd place - James
4th place - Ronaldo

Congratulations to my girls and boys for winning an award and to the rest of T12 well done for participating!! you guys rock!!!!!

 




ALSO.... CONGRATULATIONS TO TEAM KAKAPO FOR WINNING THE HOUSE POINTS!! FREE ICE BLOCKS FOR US!! GO KAKAPO!




TERM 4 WEEK 1:


Niue and Indian Language Week

Fakaalofa lahi atu and Namaste! Welcome back to term 4 week1. The last term of the year!! The time sure has been flying super fast... 

This week is Niuean and Indian language week. The students have been learning about the language, culture and the arts of the two countries. 



OPENING FLAG CEREMONY FOR NIUEAN AND INDIAN LANGUAGE WEEK





Niue greetings:







This week's challenge is to scrape coconuts. This was done with our buddy class, some students had the opportunity to scrape the flesh of the coconuts and being about the use the wood scrapper. The students had the opportunity to try the coconut water, some say it tasted like carrots.






Rangoli Patterns: This week's art is the Rangoli patterns. It is a classic for the Indian culture. We have used glitter to symbolise the powder the Indian culture have used for their patterns. Watch this space as the students have completed their artwork on Friday and ready to be displayed this coming week.




Comments

  1. Great to see read about and look at the photos recapturing key events that happened at the end of Term 3! HAPPY BIRTHDAY STEPHEN, too! WOW ... 8 years old!!! You are catching up to Miss B :) Thank you for sharing key events in week 1 of this term, too! We all certainly had such an exciting first week back at school, and your blog shows this.

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