Room 2 students have been busy this week with all manner of different construction materials creating shoebox dioramas to display some of the disasters they have been learning about this term. Here are some of our learners at work, with some of the finished products.
Sunday, 23 September 2018
Ruahine held the finals of their annual speech competition today, with eight finalists from across the team. The finalists were Harrison, Izayah, Te Ata, Khloe, Tayjh, Natalie, Hope and Stephen. All the speakers spoke exceptionally well, and the final results were:
1st place: Tayjh (Room 1)
2nd place: Harrison (Room 3)
3rd equal: Natalie (Room 3) and Khloe (Room 2)
Special thanks to PNCC Councillor Rachel Bowen who came in to judge our competition for us.
|All the finalists with our judge, Rachel Bowen.|
|3rd equal: Natalie and Room 2's very own Khloe.|
Last Wednesday and Friday, Room 2 students were lucky enough to participate in two 'Digital Ignition' session with Matua Alfie. We were able to think and talk about design, and use the Maker's Empire iPad app to design two 3-D objects which are 3-D printer-ready. It was great fun, and we all learnt a lot too!
Tuesday, 28 August 2018
Today, Room 2 were lucky enough to be visited by Plant to Plate, a not-for-profit organisation which teaches children in the Manawatū about how to grow and cook delicious, healthy food. We learnt about some of the basics of gardening, and worked alongside volunteers to prepare and cook some simple, nutritious food. The session culminated in a shared lunch where we all got to enjoy the food Room 2 students had cooked. Thank you Plant to Plate for a delicious learning experience!