Striving for Independence

Every fortnight the Te Mihi teachers come together to design new exciting and engaging must do and can do learning tasks.

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Reading Recovery

When I was 6 I did Reading Recovery with Mrs Koorey. She helped me to read better. We wrote lots of stories. Now reading and writing is fun

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One Word Goal Setting

Words like ‘new’, ‘try’ and ‘trying’ are all inspired by our POWER virtue of Opportunity. ‘Kind’, ‘kindness’, ‘caring’, 'patient' and ‘helping’ stem from Respect and Whanau.

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Wacky Challenges

Room 12 has all been about challenges. Read more about 'Wacky Challenges'...

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Ready, Steady, Go Room 7

This helped us to focus on some of the skills we need in order to complete our goals; perseverance, determination and focus.

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Caterpillar Challenge

Our materials were lots of newspaper, lots of rolls of masking tape, and scissors.

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Every One Remembered

To honour the worldwide celebration of Armistice Day, we looked closely at the key facts of the First World War. We crafted poems, based loosely on the ‘Cinquain’ form. Read more about 'Every One Remembered'...

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Give me Five

In Mrs Graham’s class, as part of the writing programme, we explored Shape Poems and Cinquains, over a three week period, culminating in the children writing poems to honour Armistice Day. Read more about 'Give me Five'...

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