Wiki Tuarua- Wahanga Tuatoru

Hika ma, WOW what an AMAZING wiki tuarua!!

Thank you so much to all the whanau who attended their tamariki student led conferences i te Ratu me Rapare. It was a wonderful turnout and I was very pleased to see so many whanau come and share and enjoy all their tamariki and their mahi. We hope you enjoyed the evening and don’t forget to feel free to ask any patai concerning their educational needs/concerns. Below are some pics of our Student Led Conference evening,

Whaea Stella and Ranui. Nga mihi korua

Last week was ‘Cook Island language week’ where we celebrated and embraced our Cook Island culture and Team Taonga celebrated in style thanks to our amazing and incredible Whaea May. Nga mihi kia koe e hoa!! From Mr & Mrs Cook Island, to workshops learning how to play a drum, to learning how to tie a pariu and learning the Cook Island national anthem. It was a fun filled cultural experience that I know my kids loved!!

Huge shout out to Monaro Te Arii & Sharnadel Cadore who represented Nga Kakano in the Mr & Mrs Cook Island! I’m so proud of both of you for giving it a go. Tino ataahua korua! Ka rawe 🙂 and to finish off a MEAN day…..we had a MEAN hakari!!! Here are few pics to share of our AMAZING Cook Island day!!

Our beautiful helpers from Te Kei o te waka delivering a lei and necklace for our Mr Cook Islands and Mrs Cook Islands to wear. Nga mihi korua

We also had Mrs Singh come and model more examples of Reciprocal teaching in Maths/Pangarau. This was a good lesson using the strategies of prediction, clarifying, visualizing, solving and summarizing.





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