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Wednesday, 8 November 2017

Film Festival - Happy Birthday PBS

It's PBS's 60th birthday. We made this movie for our Dancing through the Decades production. Happy Birthday Panmure Bridge.



Tuesday, 31 October 2017

Screencastify - Maths by Ofa



The past previous weeks LS2 has been learning how to plan a screen cast and also how to record our learning on screencastify. The screenshot above shows you my plan. The audio section is what I said while recording. The link in my planning template links to my DLO. On Friday Mrs Grant taught LS2 how to download screencastify, how to log in, and how to record our learning. The video above shows you my recording of my maths learning.

Monday, 30 October 2017

Advertising by Carl


This week we learned about advertising. I learned a lot about advertising. There's a lot of false advertising that they fake information on the product. I learned that the colour red is making you hungry and the yellow is making you happy, and the blue is making you calm.

Maths Challenges by Fatongia


Today I chose to play dash in this game I had to use my mind a lot because It was a strategy game. This game was really challenging because it go harder by the level. I recommend this game to students enjoy solving problems.

The People in our local Community by Sa Kae

I used Tagul to create this word cloud that shows who the people are in our local community. A community is a group of people who live in the same place (eg: Panmure ), or have a common connection (eg: the Burmese community).

How the camel has adapted to surviving in the desert? By Ofa

How the camel has adapted to surviving in the desert?

Introduction
Have you ever heard of a camel? What is a camel? Well a camel is a mammal with a very large neck that lives in a desert. They live in the desert because they are adapted to living in a hot and dry place. Adapt means when an animal makes changes so it can live healthy at it’s place.  Today I am going to tell you the six adaptations that a camel has and why it has it.

Thick Lips & Thick Thur
First I will be talking about it’s thick lips and why it has a thick lip. Camels have thick lips so they can eat the spiky and prickly plants without feeling hurt or pain. Camels also have thick fur which gives them warmth during cold desert nights. They have thick furs to protect them from getting burn as well.

Eye, Ears and Nostrils
Secondly we will be talking about what their eyes, ears and nostrils have to protect them. Camels have eyelashes around their eyes so they can can defend themselves from any sandstorm disaster and also the sun. Camels also have hairs in their ears and nostrils so it can protect them from the sandstorm as well. These parts of the body really need hair.

Feet
Next we will be talking about the camel's feet. Camels have wide feet so they can walk and move easily on the sand. The camel's feet contains pads so it can secure it from the hot sand. The pads also protects them from sinking into the sand. Did you know that when they place their feet on the ground the pads spread out which makes its feet wide. I think the pads are really vital to camels.

Diet
Lastly the food they eat. Camels have one or two humps. Inside the humps are fat which can be used for food. Did you know that Camels eat salt bushes, dry plants, huge thorns and bones. When camels are thirsty they drink water from the cactus. Not many people know that Camels can drink up to 46 litres of water in one whole session. Interestingly camels can go up to 30 days without water.  


Camels have changed throughout the years but will stall enjoy the hot and parched desert.

This term for writing we have been learning how to write an explanation. First we wrote down all the ideas of what a explanation has. I learnt that an explanation has to have present tense words for example the present tense word for slept is sleep. After writing all the ideas down we decided to write an explanation about how the camels has adapted to surviving in the desert. One interesting fact that I learnt about Camels is that camels live up to 40-50 years long.

         
Congratulations to all our PBS Holiday Blogging Challenge participants and winners! Special congratulations to Mele who was our overall top blogger, and to our awesome school leaders who stepped up and seized this opportunity to grow their leadership. A huge thank you to Rachel from Woolf Fisher who came and presented our prizes.


Friday, 20 October 2017

Meeting Albert Vete by Oh Hsen

Today at assembly we had a special guests come in. Albert Vete and Justin (Asics worker). They were here to present shoes to people who did really well in cross country. Surprisingly I was one of them. Once my name was called out I got to receive my award from Albert Vete. It was an honour to meet Albert Vete and I would like to thank Asics and Albert Vete for giving us amazing running shoes. I will be using the shoes that I have received in the future to improve my running skills.

Thursday, 28 September 2017

PBS Holiday Blogging Challenge - created for our learners by our learners!





Our wonderful student leaders were challenged to create and manage our own mini holiday blogging challenge. They have done an amazing job by creating activities that will take our holiday bloggers on a virtual tour around Auckland. There was a wealth of rich discussion as tasks were created and a lot collaborative problem solving to decide who will be responsible for which role in helping to manage the commenting and feedback. 

This challenge has been put in place to grow our leaders and strengthen our literacy skills. To make managing this task easier we have created a spreadsheet where bloggers will post the links to their blog posts and record which blogs they have commented on. 

This morning AJ and Mia introduced the challenge to those who have chosen to take part. What impressed me was the engagement of the audience and the clarity of the instruction. We have borrowed the points system from the Woolf Fisher Summer/Winter Learning Journey that runs over the December and July holidays, so will be giving out prizes to our own holiday blogging challenge champions (and managers). 

Anyone who would like to copy and repurpose this resource is most welcome. Link

Connecting with Grey Main School


This year LS2 has been quad blogging with Totara 2 from Grey Main School in Greymouth. A few week ago I was visiting the Toki Pounamu cluster and got to meet the awesome people we have been blogging with.

Friday, 22 September 2017

Inquiry Role Play by Jay-Don, Ofa and Fraidoon

Today for Inquiry we were discussing why it's important to speak out and stand up against a bully. If you get bullied you just walk away and tell the bully to cut it out we made a short movie clip of our role play. Our skit group was Fraidoon and Ofa.

Read an E-Book day



Today was the Read an eBook Day. Learning space 2 were givien the oppintunity to read a book on the Tamaki Collge Overdrive at school. We had to choose any books from the Tamaki College overdrive. I choose a book that was easy to read. It had diffrent kind of storys. These names were put into pictures fruits, furnitures, food and plastic boxs. I think this book was intresting to read. There is a photo above that shows what I did during the Read an ebook day.  Click here to go to the Read an eBook site



Previous Prime Minister profile by San Kyaw


Did you know that election is this Saturday? Well it is. So since it election LS2 (Learning Space 2) were learning about Elections. Have a look on our site to see the challenges we were given. Our task was to create a DLO on a person who was a Prime Minister in the past. I chose Helen Clarke.

What is a Democracy?


This blog post is about Democracy. Did you know that Democracy is is originated from Greece and the word demo is the word demos in Greek and that Demos mean village. The word Cracy is the word Kratia in Greek and that means Rules, Power and Might.

Friday, 8 September 2017

Kiwi Can by Christopher


Today  at Kiwi Can our lessen for today was risks we played a game called Hand soccer that had risks we also played a game called bib bob bounce. For Hand soccer the rules were not to hit the ball with your feet and try to get the ball into the goal. To play bib bob bounce you have to make a circle the person in the middle has to point to someone and say bib bob bounce if the person that he pointed to says bang the same time the person in the middle said bounce your safe. I thought it was hard not to wack the ground for hand soccer.

Thursday, 7 September 2017

Tongan Language Week Challenge by Harlem H and Savelina



This week is Tongan language so week we have created a DLO that shows how to make raw fish. The information is in English and in Tongan. My partner and I had to create the New Zealand translation to Tongan then me and Savelina had to record our self saying the ingredients of the raw fish then we started saying the ingredients in new Zealand and Tongan when we had finished that we said our bits and and then we went and checked our recording and took the mistakes out and went until it was finished      

Tuesday, 5 September 2017

Two Word Sentences


For writing we have been looking at simple, compound and complex sentences. We learnt that simple sentences are mainly two words, which contain a subject and a verb. We had to write down three examples of a simple compound and complex sentence.

By Fraidoon


For writing this week we have been learning about two word sentences. Our task was choose three examples and change them into a compound and complex sentence. I thought that this was a really great task.  

By Eric


Learning to use synonyms



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This week we have been focusing on Synonyms. A Synonyms a word that has the same meaning as another word. Eg. Big - Large, huge, gigantic. Using Synonyms in our writing can make our sentences more interesting. We used google dictionary to find word definitions and Synonyms then had to check that the new word made sense in the sentence.

By Miki and Viva



Today for writing we were focusing on synonyms. A synonym is a word that means exactly the same as another word for example It was so hot outside. Another word for hot could be boiling. Above shows the DLO Freeman and I have made about Synonyms. It shows you powerful words Freeman and I have used. I learnt that another word for funny is bizarre. It was a bit hard because there were a lot of synonyms for us to chose from.

By Ofa and Freeman

Monday, 4 September 2017

Year 8 taster at Tamaki College

On Friday our Year 8's spent had a taster day at Tamaki College. They really enjoyed the hands on experience of what a day as a Year 9 student might look like. A huge thank you to Tamaki College for hosting our students. Here are their reflections of their taster day.

Sylis' Reflection:

Today the Y8s went to Tamaki College and stayed there for the day to experience what it was like in college classrooms. We had timetables and we had to be organised. There were some Y9 students guiding us around the college. First we had Maths with Mr Jones. In Maths we played battleships. Then we had Science with Mr Stoddard. In Science we did some experiments with static electricity. Next we had lunch. For lunch we had Subway and it was delicious. At lunch some students got rewarded $5 to go and spend at the tuck shop. Next we had English with Mr Stevenson. We were finding visual images to make connections with words that we had to memorise. The last thing that we did was PE with Mr Moyes. We played turbo touch. It was a really fun day and a good way to experience what it was like to be a Y9 student. Thank you Tamaki College for organising the fun day that we had.


Te Wai's Reflection:

Today the year 8’s went to Tamaki College to learn about what it is like at college. Before we started we did our usual tech classes and had our first session with Mr Grundy about making stained glass. After tech we had our morning tea and after that we went to maths with Mr Jones. We played battleships, it was fun. Then we went to science with Mr Stoddard and learnt about static electricity and how negative and positive charges can attract and detract. When there are two opposite charges they attract and when there are two of the same charge they try and get away from each other we had an example of this when Lyndon was touching static electricity his hair was starting to stick up. When that was finished we had Subway for lunch which was delicious. After lunch we went to English with Mr Stevenson where we had to memorise 10 words and get the corresponding pictures and finally we went to PE Mr Moyes and we played turbo touch. Thank you Tamaki Collage for a great day of learning and fun.

CJ's Reflection:

On Friday all the year 8's went to Tamaki College for the day. First we went to hard materials for Tech with Mr Grundy. We are going to make our own class design we had to plan what our design would look like. It could be a mirror or a flower, it can be any thing we want it to be. At 10:50 we walked over to the library to have our morning tea in the library. There were two teachers waiting for us. Mr Dunn and Mr Jones. Mr Jones was the maths teacher. Mr Dunn is the Deputy Principal. After we head off to Mr Jones' classroom for maths. We played a game of battleships. He shared a google draw with us that had a grid with five ships on it and we had to randomly put them anywhere. At 12:00 we went to science. We were learning about static electricity. An example is if you try to put left and right magnets together they will stick, but if you but a left and left magnet together they will try to get as far away as possible from each other. After that we had lunch back at the library, then we had English with Ms Stevenson. In English we had to look at some words carefully and memorise them. We then had to write them down on a document and find images of the words. Our last class was PE. We played a game of turbo touch. My team scored 3, the red team scored 5 and the no bibs score 2. I really had a fun day I would like to thank Tamaki College for welcoming us.

Eric's Reflection:

Today the year 8's, stayed at Tamaki College for an experience day. First we played battle ships in Maths with Mr Jones, that was really fun. Then we went to Science with Mr Stoddard and Mr Singh, they taught us about static energy and we did three experiments. They were really awesome. We then had lunch. I thought that it was really nice that the staff at Tamaki College bought us subway. After lunch we had English with Mr Stevenson, we did a fun activity. We had to find visual images, of the words that we had to remember. Then we went to PE with Mr Moyes, we played turbo touch. That was a really awesome game. I would like to thank the staff at Tamaki College for looking after us.

AJ's Reflection:

Today the year eights from Panmure Bridge School stayed at Tamaki College for a day to experience what it would be like if we decide to go there. First we had technology as normal. We were doing stained glass windows with Mr Grundy. After that we had morning tea. Tamaki College was really kind and provided morning tea and lunch for us. Our first class was Maths and our teacher was Mr Jones. We played a game called Battleships. After that we headed off to Science where we did some cool experiments using static electricity. Our teachers were Mr Stoddard and Mr Singh. Then it was lunch time. We had Subway for lunch. Four of our students who showed the Tamaki College values got a $5 dollar tuck shop voucher. I got a voucher for showing Responsibility. Our next class was English and our teacher was Mr Stevenson. Their we had to look at some words carefully and memorise them. We then had to write them down on a document and find images of the words. Our last class was P.E. Our teacher was Mr Moyes. We played a game of Turbo Touch. I had a really fun day and I would like to give a really big thank you to everyone who looked after us at our time there.

Nazella's Reflection:

Today the year 8's went to Tamaki College to experience what it was like to be a year 9. We followed a normal schedule for year 9's. We first went to Maths with Mr Jones. He taught us about coordinates. To learn about coordinates we played Battleships. We had to ask Mr Jones where his ships were on the grid. After maths, we went to science with Mr Stoddard, where we learned about static energy. We had a few experiments. Our first experiment was rubbing a plastic tube on fabric, then we put it near water. We saw that the water was trying to stick to the plastic tube. After science we had lunch. We had subway, apples, cookies and water. Then we went to English with Mr Stevenson. We were finding visual images of 10 words to make connections with the words. We then went to P.E with Mr Moyes. We played a game called 'Turbo Touch'. This was very fun. We had to get the ball into the rectangle without being touched by the opposing team, or stepping into the rectangle. I had never played this game so it was extremely exciting. Thank you to Tamaki College for welcoming us into your school, and thank you to the Tamaki College teachers for providing such a fun and educational day. 


Zahra's Reflection:

Today the year 8's went to Tamaki College to experience secondary school. We had our own year 9 timetable with classes on them. This was a great experience. In science with Mr Stoddard and Mr Singh, we were learning about static energy/electricity. Static electricity is a contrast of electric charges inside or on the surface of a material. In our math classes we had Mr Jones and we played a game of battle ships and learnt about coordinate grids. In our English class with Mr Stevenson, we were finding visual images to make connections with new vocabulary. In our PE class we were playing turbo touch with Mr Moyes. 


A big thank you to Tamaki College for hosting us. We all had a fun time and a great day of learning.



Daniel's Reflection:

On Friday, the year eights went to Tamaki College for the whole day to experience what it is like at a college. We had a couple of classes that would be like the classes we would have next year, in Year 9. After interval we had maths and science, and after lunch we had English and PE. Maths was run by Mr Jones, Science was run by Mr Stoddard, English was run by Mr Stevenson and PE was run by Mr Moyes. In Maths we played a game called battleships which is a game where you have to sink all of your opponents ships using co-ordinates. During our time in Science we did some experiments with electricity like making water bend by using a piece of rubber, that was weird how we made the water move in that way. After lunch we went to English where we had to memorize ten words and get some visual images for them. We ended our day with PE where we played a really fun game called turbo touch, which is kind of like touch, but it has different rules and a different setup. We all had an amazing and great time. A big thanks to Tamaki College for providing food (Which was yum!) and transport for us. It was a great day of learning that we all enjoyed.

Calvin's Reflection:

Today the Year 8's went to tech like we always do, then at 10:50 the year 7 and the teachers went back to school and we stayed Tamaki College to experience what college feels like. We had a lot of fun with the teachers there. My favourite activities were PE and Science because in PE we could cooperate and work as a team, and in science the teacher showed us really cool things about static electricity like how to bend water with rubber. Thank you to all the people that made us welcome at Tamaki College.


Mishaan's Reflection: 




Today, the year eights went to Tamaki College to see what it is like at College. Tamaki College kindly provided morning tea and lunch for us it was yum. We had a couple of classes to show us what it would be like next year, at college. After interval we had maths and science and after lunch we had English and PE. Maths was run by Mr Jones, science was run by Mr Stoddard we were learning about static electricity. English was run by Mr Stevenson. For English we had to learn 10 words that Mr Stevenson gave us and find images to match them. PE was run by Mr Moyes. We all had an amazing and fun time. A big thank you to Tamaki College for providing transport, food and a fun day of learning.


Oh Hsen's Reflection:


The Year 8's had an experience of what it would be like at Tamaki College, if we enrolled. The first class we went to was maths, we played battleships with Mr Jones. I really enjoyed playing that game. Some people got all of their ships sunk. Some people like Eric didn't get a single one sunk. The next class we went to was Science. We were experimenting with static electricity. Our teacher was Mr Stoddard. We managed to bend water by rubbing a rod with wool.  We then had lunch, for lunch we had subway (it was delicious) and a bottle of water. The most behaved students were rewarded a 5 dollar voucher for the tuck shop. After lunch we went to English class with Mr Stevenson. We had to memorise ten words that were displayed on the screen. We also had to include pictures to go with the words. At the end of the day we had P.E. We played a game called Turbo Touch. Our P.E instructor was Mr Moyes. It was a new fun game to all of us. We all had an amazing day at Tamaki College. We enjoyed learning a bunch of cool things and we would like to say a massive thank you for letting us experience a day at Tamaki College.


Sa Kae's Reflection:

On Friday the year 8 had to stayed at Tamki College. They was a group of year 9 people that were helping us for the day. One of the teacher give all of us a time table of which class are we going. First we started going to Math with Mr Jones. In Math we played a game called battleship. Next was Science and our teachers for Science were Mr Stoddard and Mr Singh. Today in Science we were learning about static electricity and we learnt how to make water bend. Then it was lunch time. For lunch w had an apple, a water bottle, an oats bar and a subway, it was delicious. After lunch the year 9's took us to the room for English. We had to learn 10 words and find pictures to match those words on our chromebooks. The teacher for English was Mr Stevenson. The last one that we did was PE and our teacher for that is Mr Moyes. In PE we were playing Turbo Touch and it was fun to play and also fun to watch the other team playing the Turbo Touch. Thank you to everyone that helped us for the day and the teachers that taught us, I enjoyed my time at Tamaki College and I had fun. 

Understanding Possession by Tiava


For writing I focused on possession. Possession means when something belongs to someone. E.G The hairdressers salon. For possession writing I learned what it means when you put the punctuation mark somewhere in the word. I found this a little difficult because I got confused some of the times.

Food Tech at Tamaki College by Savelina


At tech my class had a new rotation and I went to cooking tech my teacher was Mrs Heka. For our first class we made a Oreo  milkshake. This was really fun because we got to mix ingredients around and work as a team to make the milkshake. In my group my partners were Shakaia and Sky they really helped me to get this progress done. When we had finish Mrs Heka added chocolate syrup and whipped cream which made the Oreo milkshake even better. As we were done we put our milkshakes on top of our serving desk. Then we started cleaning up our kitchen desk and washing our dishes as we were done we got to go and sit down and finish our milkshakes it was delicious.   

Suffrage Sketchnote by Javeylor and Zahra



In reading this week, we had to define words that connect with the suffrage movement. We also had to answer what we know about the suffrage movement.  Zahra and Javeylor have worked together to complete this DLO. We talked about the questions and also added an image each.

Why it's great to be me by Mishaan


In my class we have a new subject for this year which is called DARE it is all about keeping ourselves self also finding out more about ourselves. This task was fun because we had to get into a group of four and log into our Tagul account this is a website that creates a word cloud and it is very awesome to use. In my group of four we had to type the ABC on a Tagul and type words to answer the question why it's great to be me. For example for the letter A we put down the word active because we are young a very active. Why is it great to be me ? it's great to be me because I am a True friend I am hard working when I'm with my friends I am Brave, I am really Active I like play Netball to get Active and Run around the playground. 

Friday, 1 September 2017

How Maui slowed the Sun - Myths and Legends by Hajera




Our focus this week was myths and legends. Today we have been creating a cartoon image of how Maui (Maori God) slowed down the sun using his hook.  Our task was to create an image showing how Maui slowed down the sun with the help of his brothers.  My partner Miki and I collaborated together to complete the task given to us by our teacher.

Exploring Careers by Shakaia

 

 Yesterday I started a DLO about what I want to do in the future. When I grow up I might choose to be a dancer. Why? Because when I was about 5 years old I loved dancing. In this half detailed DLO I have put in the opportunity you will have getting a job as a dancer and more. This was really easy to complete but it was semi hard as well. One tip I would have to tell you is make sure you turn up with the right gear at all times. But dancing is not my favourite. Yeah. It is actually painting. I am not a very good artist and have no idea on what to do but I enjoy it a lot. This is my so called future. Hopefully it all goes well.

Why it's great to be me - by Magenta


Our focus for today was when I got to do a  word cloud with my group to add some words to our word cloud to explain why it is great to be me. What I fine great about myself is that I am always cheerful and that I have dreams when I grow up. The people I have been working with our Viva,Jorja and Nazella. The thing I have find fun about this activity is that I have learned more things about me.

Difference between 'A' and 'An' by Viva



Today we were learning when to use 'A' and when to use 'An' before a word. If a word begins with a vowel which is A-E-I-O-U or silent 'H' (Eg; Hour or Honor), we use 'an'. We use  the letter 'A' for all other words except for the letters in the vowels. The photo shows the sentences we wrote to practice using the letter 'A' and the word 'An'.

Why its important to speck up agaisnt a bully - by Sky



Today Myself, Hajera, Nickaela, Zahra and Jorja where working on our movie by specking up towards a bully. The thing that we found hard about doing our movie is that we kept forgetting our lines. The thing that we found easy about the movie was that we had the confident's to make the movie and get it finish with out mucking it up when we needed to get it finish. 

Monday, 28 August 2017

5 - 7 - 10 Writing

Today we did the 5-7-10 activity for writing to describe the worst mistake we have ever made. We had to write for 5 minutes, share what we had written with a buddy for 7 minutes, and then carry on writing for another 10 minutes.

Miki's worst mistake ever...

Let me tell you about my worst mistake in my old school. At the school teachers told us to draw the paint on the wall but I accidentally painted the window. My teacher told me to get the paint off so I tried to get the paint off the window, but the paint was very hard and wouldn’t come off. The next day there was no paint on the window so I asked my teacher where it was. My teacher said “I cleaned it up last night.”

I told my teacher I was sorry for painting on the window and said thank you for cleaning the window. When I saw it was ok my body is stopped shaking because I thought I needed to buy a new window!


Nickaela's worst mistake ever...

Let me tell you about the worst mistake I have ever made. One day when I was at my my old school we had our weekly assembly. My teacher told me it was important that we weren’t late because it was our Values assembly. We lined up outside our classroom and walked over to the hall.  

Soon the principal was calling kids on to the stage to get their certificates. I heard my name, ‘...ickaela,’ I felt so happy. I ran to the stage, my face full of excitement and a big smile, only to hear the words, “I said Mickaela not Nickaela. Please get off the stage!” I felt so embarrassed my smile disappeared very quickly. I felt my heart beating a lot slower than when I climbed up the stairs. I heard lots of laughter and saw lots of fingers pointing at me. I felt so humiliated as I turned around and ran back down the stairs.

I walked back as fast as I could to my seat and covered my head with my jersey. I just didn’t want anyone to see me. Now I try really hard to listen carefully because I really know that mistakes can happen when you are not listening carefully.

Hajera's worst mistake ever...

Let me tell you about  the worst mistake I have made at home.  One day my dad just come for work he had an Samsung Galaxy Note 5+ in is hand. It was new and inside the pack. I was in my room. When he got inside he called me so I went to him. I almost fainted when I saw the Samsung Galaxy Note 5+ when he said it was my one! I felt so happy, it was as if I was going to Paris. But then two weeks later I went outside with my phone. It was in my hand the whole time. Then when my mum called me to come in inside I ran to the house and the phone slipped out of my hands and fell on the ground. I was as worried as if I was cat that did not want to go to the vet. I had no idea what to do. It was so scary and then I had to tell him. Sadly now I am not getting a phone until I am year 8 and it's going to be an iphone 6+. My sister has one but I don’t. It was my worst mistake ever and it wouldn’t have happened if i had an screen protector.

Wednesday, 9 August 2017

Using A or An by Ofa


Today we were learning when to use a and when to use an before a word. If a word begins with a vowel (a-e-i-o-u) or a silent h for example I want an apple for morning tea or I want an ukulele to play with. When we use a we use it for words beginning with all the other words except for the vowels. The DLO above shows you what we use 'an' or 'a' for. I have also included pictures.

Using a or an... by Harlem H

Today we were learning when to use a and when to use an before a word. If a word begins with a vowel (a - e -i - o - u) or a silent h (eg: hour) we use an
  • eg: I saw an umbrella flying.
We use a for all other words. 
  • eg: I am eating a piece of fruit.
The photo shows the sentences we wrote to help us practise using a or an.





Monday, 7 August 2017

Winter Learning Journey... WOW!


Congratulations to all our Panmure Bridge Winter Learning Journey bloggers. We are so proud of you!



The images above reflect the participation in the Winter Learning Journey from Panmure Bridge's Learning Space 2. Congratulations to Daniel, Oh Hsen, AJ, Alex (LS1), Ofa and Eric our main prize winners; Nazella who got a special mention; and everyone who took part. Our top two bloggers, Oh Hsen and Daniel each commented 500 times on fellow blogger's posts!

A huge thank you to Rachel and her team for creating an exciting learning adventure that took our students on a virtual tour around New Zealand, and for the many, many comments made to everyone who took part. 

Wednesday, 2 August 2017

What was the suffrage movement?



Since woman's rights was a big issue in the olden days our reading topic this term related . We watched a youtube video about the suffragette movement and wrote a 25 word summary on "what was the suffragette movement". . I found this quite hard because it isn't a skill that I have mastered (summary) but talking to my group helped me make my connection.



Making sense of new learning: San Kyaw, Freeman, Joshua W, Affonso and Josh



    1. 85 people from PBS went to a Warriors game. ⅕ of them got to meet the players. How many people didn’t get to meet the warriors?  
     
    1. In Thailand there were 80  boats parked along the shores ¼ of them sailed away to find fish. How many of them stayed?
            
    1. 24 students went to the shop and ¼ came back to school. How many people stayed at the shop.

    1. 45 people went and played handball. ⅕ of them went to have something to eat. How many of them are left playing handball?

    1. 28 People from PBS were given a piece of pizza. 1/7 did not eat any. How many people did not eat any pizza?

    1. 36 people went to the NBA finals. ¼ did not get picked to play in the finals. How many people played in the NBA finals?

    1. Freeman had 300 pens he had to share ½. How many does he have know?

    1. Affonso had 18 pieces of pizza. He had to share with 7/9 of his pizza with others. How many pieces does he have left?

    1. They are 500 apples Josh had to pick 2/4 of the apples off the trees. How many are still on the trees?

    1. P.B.S got 1000 bananas they had to share 4/8 with other schools. How many do they have now?

Today our group collaborated to create some fraction word problems for our friends to solve. It helped us think about the strategies we use for finding fractions of whole numbers, and it will help them practise their strategies when they find the answers.

Friday, 7 July 2017

All Black's Captain's Run


Today Ofa went to Eden Park to watch the All Black's Captain's run. This was his prize from our Panmure Bridge School Tutira Mai video entry. His DLO of his afternoon shows us all just how amazing this opportunity was for Ofa and his Dad. Congratulations Ofa!

My Respect Care award badge by Joshua

Today at assembly Sa Kae and I earned our CARE awards badges. Sa Kae earned an Excellence and Innovation and I earned my Respect badge. This is my first badge and I am exited to show my parents. 

Getting My Excellence and Innovation Badge by Sa Kae


Today at Assembly Me and Joshua V earn a badge. I was getting my Excellence and Innovation Badge and Joshua V was getting Respect. Well done to Joshua V for earning his Respect badge. This is my second CARE award badge that I have.  For next badge I think I am going to work on my Attitude CARE award. Their is only two badges for me to make four badges. I hope I will get all four badges by the end of the year.

Thursday, 6 July 2017

What an amazing prize!


Ofa and Daniel our prize winners.



PBS singing Tutira Mai


Daniels blog post below tells us about his amazing prize of getting to watch the All Blacks training at Eden Park.


Two weeks ago (on a Friday), Panmure Bridge school had a black out day. Everyone could come to school in black (to represent the All Blacks) or red (to represent the Lions). During that day, Mr Ogilvie made a video of PBS singing Tutira Mai (The All Blacks song). Panmure Bridge school won a competition and got two tickets to see the All Blacks train on Thursday 6th of July (Today) and two tickets to do the captain's run with the All Blacks on Friday 7th of July (Tomorrow). I won the two tickets to go and see the All Blacks train today. Even in training they were very impressive, however, the best part of the day was getting loads of photos with them!