Room 16 is comprised of eighteen year one students who are 5 years old. They wish to share their learning with you.

Wednesday, 21 March 2018

Friday Fun In Team One

On Friday Team One had a chance to do cooking, art, craft and music.  The group who were in Room 16 did crafts and made a rainbow fish from a hand print.  Alazye then printed on the scales using a stick of celery. 
Alazye printing on the scales
Alazye's handprint fish

Fateh and friend printing

Alayze's nearly finished rainbow fish. 

Tuesday, 20 March 2018

A Camp At School.

Year 5 and 6 have been having a camp at school.  We visited the camp and saw the big marquee tent and the little tents that the the children slept in.  We saw some of the interesting activities the year 5's and 6's were doing and the children are looking forward to when they can camp at school.
Where has the Marquee gone?  Is it going into the brown bag?
Packing up a little tent

The marquee tent and some of the little tents.

Monday, 19 March 2018

Chevelle's Story

Chevelle wrote her weekend story by herself and illustrated it.

Sunday, 18 March 2018

Looking At Our Lunch Boxes

After the visit by the Dental Therapists we had a look at our lunch boxes and look a photo of what we thought was healthy in our lunch boxes.  Then the children drew a picture of what they thought should be in a healthy lunch.
Anne Marie knows what a healthy snack looks like.

What a healthy lunch Feiloaki!

Chevelle draw some fruit for a healthy lunch.

Saturday, 17 March 2018

Becoming Tooth Defenders

Two of the Dental therapist came over to Pt England school to tell us about how important it is to look after your teeth.  We learnt that it is important to eat healthy food that are low in sugar, to drink milk and water, not fizzy drink and to brush our teeth twice a day.  Emily read us a story about looking after your teeth and Carol taught us how to be tooth defenders. Thanks to the Pt England Dental Therapists for teaching us some important lessons.

Friday, 16 March 2018

Team Assembly Certificates

During Team one Assemblies some of the children are awarded special certificates in recognition of good behaviour, following the Pt England way or doing some outstanding work.  In week 5 Alazye  and Alexandra got certificates for not missing one day of doing reading practise at home and remembering to return their book bags the next day.  Fateh and Pene have been practising the Pt England way by showing kindness to others in week 6.  Fateh has been showing classmates how to use their iPad when they are stuck and Pene is always kind to others especially if they are feeling sad or they have hurt themselves.  Pene always arrives at school with a lovely smile and brightens up our day.
Fateh and Pene with their certificates for kindness
Alazye and Alexandra remembered to bring their book bags everyday. 

Thursday, 15 March 2018

Learning about Opposites

Learning about opposites by playing a game makes learning fun.

Chevelle, Samson and Fateh matching up opposites