Currency converters

Ranging from famous rugby players, marlin, and a hammer and sickle. This feed our curiosity and we decided to create our own new banknotes. Read more about 'Currency converters'...

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Catching Snowflakes

Warm jerseys, gloves, scarves and beanies were part of our daily wardrobe. We could see snow on the mountains behind Lake Taupō-nui-a Tia. Read more about 'Catching Snowflakes'...

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Te Kuia me te Pungawerewere

They performed a play called “Te Kuia me te Pūngāwerewere” which is about a kuia and a spider who had been living together and always argued about who was the... Read more about 'Te Kuia me te Pungawerewere'...

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Making Mona Lisa Pop

Some of us had heard of his name and some of us had seen his most famous piece of art, the Mona Lisa. Read more about 'Making Mona Lisa Pop'...

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Poihipi Makeover- Nature World

The area outside Room 10 and 11 was in need of a makeover. The children in the Poihipi Team took up the challenge to create a child-friendly learning space in... Read more about 'Poihipi Makeover- Nature World'...

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Fence Panels

A team of 25 students designed, painted and attached six wooden panels to surround the newly transformed learning spaces outside Room 10 and 11.

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Beautiful Ngahura Leaves

The effects of time passing are part of our daily lives. Room 11 observed the passing of time when the seasons changed from Summer/Raumati to Autumn/Ngahuru. Read more about 'Beautiful Ngahura Leaves'...

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