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Dec 21 2017

14s- I have a dream….

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This past few weeks, Room 14s have been learning about influential people from around the world. One of those people was Martin Luther King Junior. Today we discussed his ‘I have a dream’ speech and we thought about our own dreams for the future. We had some great hopes for the future such as:

-To be a famous artist

-To end world hunger

-To discover the cure for Alzheimer

-To put an end to homelessness

-To create a more equal world

Here are some pictures of the boys and girls holding their hopes and dreams!

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Dec 20 2017

Lighting Up with Kindness in Room 16s

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With our two week holiday from school fast approaching, the boys and girls in Room 16s have been thinking about all the kind things they could do to “Light up the World with Kindness” while they’re not in school.We had some lovely ideas including: donating money to people in need, helping parents and family members keep the house tidy, help to make dinner, walk pets for neighbours, and even buying presents for people who don’t have very much this time of year. Room 16s certainly will be busy over the next few weeks!!

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Dec 18 2017

Reindeers in Room 14s

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Room 14s were busy making reindeer headbands the day before the Christmas sing along. They enjoyed making their headband as unique as possible! Take a look at some of our reindeers!

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Dec 10 2017

Learning all about Maori People in Room 16s

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Over the past number of weeks the children in Room 16s have been learning all about the Maori People in New Zealand as part of their History lessons. After all of their hard work, fact finding and researching, this week they got to make their own Maori masks during Art! The children learned all about Maori face tattoos and how all of the symbols have different meanings; for example they used symbols to represent their names, their position in the tribe, and even if they were married! The children designed their own symbols first, representing some of their favourite activities, their families and their class. Then they painted these symbols onto their masks with some very steady hands! The end results were fantastic, and you can see them hanging up outside Room 16s in the Senior School. Be sure to ask the children all about them!

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Dec 07 2017

Stuck in a snow globe!- Room 14s

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The boys and girls in Room 14s had lots of fun today pretending they were stuck in a snow globe. Firstly, they posed for a picture to be put into their snow globe. They decorated their snow globe with lots of colours and glitter! The glitter station was where all the fun happened. Lastly, they wrote a piece about living in a snow globe.

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