|We had to squeeze the lemons really hard with our squeezer. The juice came out.|
Sunday, November 5, 2017
Thursday, November 2, 2017
Over the next few weeks we will be looking at food technology, we are hopeful we will find out the answers to the questions the Room 6 children have asked which are listed above…
Words we are using are :
· Change of state
Watch this space...
Tuesday, October 3, 2017
Wow, what a day, between rain and wind all week, the sun managed to break out for a few hours on Thursday 28th September. We showcased some beautiful installations of colour, craft and skill. Every student in the school contributed in some way to our art exhibition. Below are some examples of what students created.
Thank you Hamilton East students for all your hard work and enthusaism toward the arts in our school.
|Books made from blocks of wood which went into the letter 'T' in Tu Tangata! Tu Maia!|
|Games for the playground|
|Every class in the school was responsible for a letter. The letter formed the words of our school moto, Tu Tangata! Tu Maia! Stand Tall, Reach High! Students from each class presented their letter in a random order to make the moto.|
|Hanging kites, the best day ever hanging and installing artworks!|
|Our Rainbow Playground!|
|The snuggly tree!|
|Room 6 and fairyland|
|The Opening - what an incredible turn out of parents and whanau.|
|The Kapa Haka performing for us.|
|What I see out the window!|
Monday, October 2, 2017
We were very excited to make Fairyland in our playground, first we had to make fairyish sorts of things, toadstool houses and blooming flowers needed to be planted. Katerina, one of our teachers even made special little houses around the school for hobbits and fairies.