Friday, March 5, 2021

Pōrangi Rāmere

 

Pōrangi Rāmere!!!!
Kia Ora e te whānau,

Tirohia kī ēnei ākonga e tautoko ana i te kaupapa arā ko te Pōrangi Rāmere, ngā mihi nui kia koe Whaea Saf kaha nei koe ki te whakaharikoa i ngā ākonga. Matua mexicano Matua Andre pūrotu!, ka mau te wehi Whaea Tamara i toa e koe te tiakareti. SHHH just so you know Whaea Tamara is in red hair and the red glasses and even a cape soo proud of our Te Puna Wairua ākonga, pouako and of course our whānau who stuck with us through these lockdowns. Have decided to carry on this kaupapa even after lockdown.

Wednesday, March 3, 2021

Te Puna Wairua in lockdown

 

He mihi nui ki āku ākonga Waiaua rāua ko Kyrie, ahakoa kahore rāua i te kura kei te puku mahi rāua i te kainga. kei runga noa atu kourua👍I am so proud of you two keep up the good work Ngā Rangatira mō apōpō😍
Tirohia ki te hari me te koa o ngā ākonga ahakoa kei Taumata:3 tātou kei te menemene mai koutou TUMEKE!! Te Puna Wairua.


Wednesday, November 18, 2020

Storyboard writing

Kia ora e te whānau,

Kua rapahia e au i tētahi momo āhuatanga e rata ana āku ākonga ki te hanga. Ko te Storyboard tērā, anei tōku tauira e hangai ana ki te kaupapa whakako arā ko Hine-ahu-one. I hanga ahau tēnei mō ngā ākonga kia kite ae rātou i te painga o te tuhituhi me te pānui. Kua kite ahau te kaha o ngā ākonga kahore i te tino rata ana ki te tuhituhi me te pānui kua huri whakaaro rātou nā runga anō i tē āhuatanga o tēnei momo āhuatanga hou.

 

Wednesday, November 11, 2020

Horoi Ringa

Kia Ora koutou e te whānau, This waiata was in regards to Covid-19 this was about being safe and keeping safe all the time by washing our hands.

Wednesday, August 26, 2020

Writing Creates Writers!

 Kia Ora koutou, 

I have been soo impressed by one of my students writing genre I had to post it up. This student has come from Kura Kaupapa Māori and this is her first year in a english mainstream environment a Yr 7 student .I have found a lovely site which helps students write and even helps them enjoy writing. Please read her wonderful writing about the topic Should students be paid if they get good grades?.


Writing Genre: Persuasive Texts, Debate, Critical Thinking



Paying students for good grades would encourage them to keep doing good in class. “When us students are paid for good grades we learn that working hard and making good choices does have its rewards. We will try to get better grades in the hopes of earning more money.


If teachers follow through with us, students will soon be able to buy important stuff including school supplies and materials for projects by ourselves. We might actually start to go to school and not skip class, by not skipping class and paying attention we will start to do better in school so we can earn money too.


We need to start learning how to use money responsibly. When us students get paid our parents can then start teaching us the ways to properly spend our money. This will help us get prepared for our future.


Giving money to us students with good grades and those in low-income families would encourage us to stay in school. A rigorous new study found that the school gets results: cash incentives help low-income students stay in school and get better grades,” says TIME. If the school paid us students for our good grades, we can then help our families by helping pay for our own stuff. Students would learn how to support ourselves so we can be successful in the future.



Tuesday, August 25, 2020

Nau mai hoki mai ki te taumata 3

Back to level:3!                                               

Well back to level 3 again and this time learning and creating online has been a lot more easier for Te Puna Wairua. 

The students and pouako have tried to make learning even more fun than before, big ups to Matua Punehu and his games that he has created from using nearpod.

Our wairua has been alright this time around BUT we all can't wait to get back to kura to some kind of normality. What that looks like we don't know.


Mihi nui kia koe Whaea Tamara who is online with us each and every day and has even starting creating activities for our unit.