Kei te mōhio ngā tauira ki te reo Māori.
The students know the Māori language.
- this is an example of an active sentence
mōhio always takes ‘ki’ rather than ‘i’.
E mōhiotia whānuitia ana a Parekura Horomia e ngā tāngata Māori o te motu.
Parekura Horomia is widely known by Māori people from all over.
- this is an example of a passive sentence
NO SUBWAY on the 26th OCTOBER AND on the 2nd NOVEMBER.
2018 Writers Group Term 4
Writers group will begin this Friday 19th October
9.15-10 Year 5
10-10.30 Year 4
11-11.30 Year 2
11.30-12+ Year 7
1.30-2.15 Year 8
2.15-3.00 Year 6
Paremata's Got Talent - This Week
Now that we are into Term 4, please remember to have your sun hat on your head anytime that you are outside (this includes P.E sessions).
Hola amigos! We would love it if you could help us with our project. Could you please look around your house and collect up all your old towels, blankets and toys suitable for cats and dogs. Bring them to school in the the first and second weeks of this term. Please drop them off to either Room 5 or 6 and receive a treat (1 treat per person). We will take them for the SPCA to use. If you can bring in cat and dog food, that would be great too. Thanks for your help!
October is Save Kiwi Month. There are heaps of ways to get involved, during the month and also throughout the year.
Save Kiwi Month is the national fundraising campaign led by Kiwis for kiwi. All New Zealanders are urged to join the fight to save our national icon. Below are a couple of great activities you can participate in.
Join the Quest for Kiwi and let us know what signs of kiwi you discover. Everyone from experts to novices
The Great Kiwi Morning Tea is held every year during October to raise money to support kiwi conservation projects across the country. This year it is on Friday 26th October! Every dollar raised will help realise the vision of taking kiwi from endangered to everywhere.
Every biscuit baked and every slice of cake enjoyed to the last crumb will help us to protect kiwi. It’s really easy to get involved – just decide what sort of event you’d like to hold (it doesn’t have to be a morning tea – barbeques, office mufti days, school shows – anything goes) and invite your friends and family to take part in exchange for a donation to help save kiwi.
BOOK OF THE WEEK:
Remember that Green padlets have been approved and the Red ones not approved (and why). Please leave your suggestions white so we can see which ones we haven't discussed yet.