It was Athletics day.
Pretty much the whole day we did Athletics.
I thought the day was very fun, and at the end of the day we did relay, and our team room 4 won!
After we won, it was time to choose the winners.
The winner for the 10 year old girls is, Hannah Findlay!
Everyone clapped and cheered Hannah, Hannah, Hannah!
On Monday and Thursday Harold the giraffe came to our school! We learnt about the brain and what it does. here are some facts I learnt: The brain can send messages to your body at 200km to 500km per hour! The brain is more important than the heart! If you don’t have enough sleep, water or food your whole body won’t work properly! By Kate!
For our inquiry we are doing sole. Sole stands for Self Organised Learning Environment. Last time my group was Nicole and I our question was “how do owls turn their heads all the way around” Our answer was they can not turn their heads all the way round they can only turn it 270 degrees. By Jessica!
Yesterday Teams 2 and 3 held their annual athletics sports day. Lots of fantastic running, jumping and throwing took place as well as impressive displays of sportsmanship. A great day for everyone!
Room four have started to use google. We use google drive to save our google docs and presentations. Any time we have internet we can use our google accounts.
Our very own Room 4 motocross legend, Luka, has been competing around the country recently. Watch the Adobe Voice below to find out how he is going.
While the Year 6s are training to become the next Dean Barker at Optimist yachting the year 5′s are having a great E.O.T.C. week. This includes hut building, kite making and hobo stove cooking. When they are not outside learning fun skills Room 4′s Year 5 students will also be searching for information on a Webquest. Click the link below to take flight.
Kate and Kaitlin recently went on a Girl Guide camp. Find out about their adventures by listening to the Adobe Voice below.
I left on Friday the 24th of October heading to Sydney, Australia. When I flew over to Sydney I got fly in the brand new 787 which was the fastest plane that air New Zealand has ever had and they got awarded the first one in the world. The Highlight of my holiday was the zoo because there were lots of animals that I have never seen before. My favourite animals were the red panda the sun bear and the seals. After that we went to get a photo with the snake but before we got the photos I volunteered to hold the snake around my neck and I was a bit nervous. Then we went to the seal show which was very cool. There were 5 different seals and they were all very smart.
Me holding a black headed python at Taronga zoo.
Welcome to our final school term of 2014. Our latest class newsletter is now available. Click on the link below to view or download your own copy.
Newsletter 2014 Term 4