Taking a closer look at Polyfest 2017

Polyfest 2017 will be buzzing with excitement and pride as student from 62 schools participate in this years festival.  Te Kei o Te Waka have been preparing their inquiry for the Polyfest trip as they work in small groups to interview people, critic different performances, view and appreciate the diverse range of cultures at the festival.  The final task is to put together a short documentary to share with others at school.

The Mandarin classes have been fun and engaging and students have enjoyed learning another language.

As part of an important process of learning assessments have been completed in time for next weeks Personal Learning Plan sessions.  Just a reminder please fill out the permission slip to for next week Tuesday and Wednesday sessions.

Ka Kite,

May Tamati

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