#25 Weekly Update

Rāmere, te 28 o Here-turi-kōkā, 2020 Going back to school As students face going back to school, some may be excited, some may be anxious, some may be up-to-date and some may be disorganised. And others may feel calm while others are fearful of the unknown. Giving the students ways to: express their feelings arrange …

#24 Weekly Update

Rāmere, te 21 o Hōngongoi, 2020 USEFUL ONLINE LINKS wickED - Follow this link to a great NZ website homepage. wickED is a quality-assured online environment for young people aged 7–12 years old using digital technologies. You'll find engaging curriculum-based learning activities in English and te reo Māori here. The activities have a literacy, numeracy …

#23 Weekly Update

  Rāmere, te 14 o Hōngongoi, 2020 Auckland goes into level 3 lockdown The most important message we’d like to send out to our community, as we face this uncertain future, is to put your health and the health of your family first. Whether this lockdown ends on Friday at midnight as reported, or we …

#21 Weekly Update

  Rāmere, te 7 o Hōngongoi, 2020 Tuhituhi / Writing: Curriculum Integration Connecting English through the Social Science curriculum Connections The New Zealand Curriculum The principle of coherence (NZC, p. 9) states that: 'The curriculum offers all students a broad education that makes links within and across learning areas, provides for coherent transitions, and opens …