Thursday, 11 April 2019

Week 11 - 3 Minute Frenzy Stars

Here are term 1's final 3 minute frenzy stars (We did it a day early as we have heaps of fun planned for our last day). 

A big congratulations to all our tamariki on how they are setting themselves goals to improve each week.  Love seeing how you are achieving your goals Team Maunga.

 Remember to keep practicing over the holidays so you are ready for Term 2. 

Saturday, 6 April 2019

Saturday Morning Rugby

Here are a few pics of children from team Maunga at their second rugby day muster.  Great seeing the children learning the skills of rugby and how to work as a team.  Keep it up Team Maunga, you rock!

Friday, 5 April 2019

Week 10 - 3 Minute Frenzy Stars

 Here are this weeks 3 minute frenzy stars.  The children aim to improve their own score and we track it so we can easily see how they have improved.  These children have been choosen as they are consistently showing improvement across the term.  Keep practicing.  Remember the tip from last week about practicing writing word families as this help to speed up writing down simple words.

Well done Waiahi, Harley, Kaelan, and Aston

Wednesday, 3 April 2019

Duffy Assembly

Today we were lucky to have Hayden visiting us from Duffy Books. He told us all about his experiences as a Director and how it all started by reading 3 books that he issued at his school library.
Hayden told us stories about all of the people he has met, including Harry Potter, Ricky Baker, and the stars of the Hobbit movies. We learnt a lot about green screens, body doubles, and making miniatures.
Thank you Hayden for coming to speak to us this morning.

Here is Hannah receiving her Duffy books

Monday, 1 April 2019


Congratulations to these four boys for being able to get 100% in their stage 2-3 basic facts check this week.  They are very excited to be able to trade their red basic facts rocket in for their new green basic facts rocket.  Well done guys.  Can't wait to see how you keep improving. 

Looking forward to seeing lots of other kids move onto their green rockets too.