Room 2 were very busy working on their inquiry projects during Term 2. They were given a country competing at the Rio Olympics by lucky-dip and began researching and directing their own learning.
Olympic Inquiry Projects
Wednesday, 31 August 2016
BYOD - Room 2
They were asked:
1) how they used their devices
2) what 'apps' they liked.
3) how the chromebook improved their learning
4) what was learning like before you had devices
5) what would improve your devices
Lucy, Johntay, Quinn, Kyra, Lydia, Emily
Mr Langford was most impressed with the way in which our students articulated their learning and conducted themselves throughout the discussions.
Thursday, 18 August 2016
Room 2 at the Cross Country
Arty putting his heart in to
the cross country race for Year 6 Boys.
Kevin in full flight navigating the
haybales and the 3 kilometre track.
in the Cross Country today.
Thursday, 30 June 2016
Bella has represented her whanau in flowers and the sun celebrates Tairawhiti - The first city to see the sun each day.
Johntay has used koru to show his whanau and the moon shines white above the blue ocean
Lucy has shown her family using a hearts and koru on one jandal and has depicted the sun and the sea to show her love of the ocean.
Cazaly has used koru to represent her whanau and the flag of New Zealand shows her pride in being a 'KIWI'
Sunday, 19 June 2016
Friendship Soup - Room 2 and Room 9
Miss Moore and Miss Hope prepare to serve the hungry students our FRIENDSHIP soup.
The students in Room 2 arrived at school with bags of vegetables to make soup to share with our BUDDIES in Room 9. Quentin from Life Education joined us and so did many of our Teachers.
Friday, 27 May 2016
In Room 2 today we were lucky enough to see one of our butterfly cocoons hatch in a beautiful Monarch Butterfly! Miss Moore recorded this on timelapse so the video is moving faster than what it would in real life. The video is quite long so skip forward to 1:45, this is where the butterfly begins to hatch.
Tuesday, 24 May 2016
Looking for New Zealand insects has become a favourite activity for Ruma Rua students. Today Mr Rogers found us a New Zealand Native Huhu grub.