Thursday, 15 August 2019

Wednesday, 14 August 2019

Monday, 5 August 2019

Smart Relationship

Think - use  your head when your online
             to keep what's your inside your mind
             and to know how to be safe,
             how to give your life some private space. 

Heart- use your heart to grow and grow 
            and to give your self a better life.
            and to make your valentine will be fun.

Balance - use your mind to balance your self 
                     and to give your mind a better balance.

Arms - use your arms to hug people that you love
                give some hug the people who needs to love
                the more you hug the more you will have love.

Listen - listen to you tube to sure that you are good online.

Monday, 29 July 2019

Smart Relationship

                                                     Smart Relationships

Be friendly online.

Sharing problem to a friend.

Never giving up to a challenge.

Not giving information to someone you don't know.

Digital Relationship.

Showing loyalty and courtesy with each other.

Private information not telling to anyone.





People you can trust






Self Control








Wednesday, 24 July 2019

Sacred Space 2019

The Sacred Space Garden is when you are sad or alone you can go in the Sacred Space Garden and you can think then you can solve your problems. It is important to the children and the others because you can think and you can be alone if you want to. It’s special because if you have a problem you can think and it doesn’t matter if someone is beside you or talking with you all that matters is you and your special time to reflect. The Sacred Space Garden is a quiet reflective garden for all of our school and community to share.

Monday, 22 July 2019

Friday, 14 June 2019


Matariki is a sign of the Maori New Year. It is a time of Renewal and Celebrations in New Zealand. It begins with the rising of the Matariki Star Cluster (the Pleiades or Seven Sisters).The name of the 7 Stars are Waiti, Waita, Waipunarangi, Ururangi, Matariki, Tupu-a-rangi and Tupu-a-nuku. Matariki begins to rise in the last few days of May, and the symbolises the coming of the Maori New Year. Some iwi, or tribes, start Celebrations when Matariki is first seen, however it is the first new moon after Matariki that officially signals the Maori New Year.

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