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MONDAY 16th December 2019

Ko te Rāhina ko tēnei rā te tekau ma ono o Hakihea

Term 4 - Week 10 - 2019

Kupu O Te Wiki

wehewehe(a): sort out, separate, divide

Ka wehewehea ngā kākahu i runga anō i te tae.
The clothes will be sorted according to colour.


Kupu O Te Rā                                                        

pānui(tia): read

He pai ki a koe te pānui pukapuka?
Do you like to read books?
- this is an example of a classifying sentence {QuestionTone}

K1

Check out our New Hazard lines

Ruma Karearea have been hard at work solving the problem of students running around corners.  We have painted yellow and black lines as a visual reminder to STOP and WALK.  Check out our video.

 
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FRIENDLY REMINDERS

Ruma Kōtare and Ruma Miromiro Deck Area - Is for year 1 tamariki ONLY.  Older tamariki, please keep off this deck area during morning tea and lunchtime.

Respect the safety of others - During morning tea and lunchtime play, please WALK around the corners of our buildings. 

Respect our plants - Walk around our new plants by the year 3 and 4 court.]

- No wrappers outside at morning tea time - Please remember to put your wrappers in your classroom bin before you come outside at morning tea time


Please return any library books you have out as soon as possible.  I will be sending accounts out for any still out at the end of the year.          


The library is now open for Summer Reading Programme issues. That means as long as you have returned any overdue books and have a signed contract form that you can borrow books over the Summer Holidays.

You get to choose eight books to be returned by the end of the first week of term 1, 2020. You can come during class time, as long as you have a signed contract - just talk to your teacher, or you can come with your parents before and after school. 

Friday 13th December 8:30am - 5:30pm

Monday 16th December 8:30am – 5:30pm

I have spare copies of the contract if anyone needs one, or they can be downloaded from the website. Look forward to seeing you in the library,

Emma

There are lots of wonderful new books on the new books display shelf that you can take out on the Summer Reading Programme. Plus some old and new Christmas stories too.

 
 
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PICTURE BOOKS

The book that never ends

Oink

Selkie

Stink-o-saurus saves Christmase


by Beck Stanton             

by David Elliot 

by Jo Birch   

by Deano Yipadee


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FICTION

Masters of mischief

Clash of the tryants

Double Cross

My Mum Tracy Beaker


by Rachel Russell

by J Burridge                       

by Bixley Donovan

by J Wilson


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BUR     

DON                                      

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NON-FICTION

Supersize cross sections

The butterfly house

Playing with collage

1001 ants


by P Hedelin

by K Flint

by J Baker     

by J Rzezak


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SENIOR FICTION

Louisiana's way home


by Kate DiCamillo


DIC

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Duty Teachers
1st Half: Ms Burn and Mrs Fairley
2nd Half: Whaea Tia and Emma


 
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Weekly Events 

Monday

  • Yr 7&8 Technology
Tuesday

Wednesday                   

  • Year 5-8 Wheels Day
  • Ice-Cream $1, Cookies and Muffins $1.50 (juicies only for dairy free and gluten free students only $1)
  • Sausages - $2

Thursday


Friday
  • Year 1-4 Wheels Day
  • Kapa Haka  Year 1-4 @ 9:00 - 9:30am
  • Kapa Haka  Year 5-8 @ 9:30 - 10:30am 

Term 4

Week 9 - Monday 16th December - Library Open 8:30 - 5:30 for SRP issues

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