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Welcome to Room 22. We are lovely bunch of 27 Year 5 and 6 children. Our wonderful teacher is Mrs Greenslade. We all get on really well and are learning lots of interesting things about each other. In room 22 we work in learning groups. In these groups we work together on activities, projects, group discussions and to give each other feedback and feedforward about our work.
Wiki:
TERM TWO
Term 2 Week 9
ART INTENSIVE WEEK
This week for Art Intensive Week the focus was on Matariki and Weaving. We learnt about the Seven Stars of Matariki and made a class storyboard. For weaving we created coloured, and black and white patterns from paper. We used four different coloured strips of paper to create stars, and some even made stars from flax. Our final weaving project was to create a piece of weaving using different materials that had specific meaning to them, this could be with the materials or colours chosen. After completing their weaving each wrote a paragraph about what their piece of weaving means to them. Make sure you look at all the photos in the media folder.
 


Thursday 19th June
Mrs Greenslade and Ken took 8 boys to the Over 50kg Rugby Tournament. Papatoetoe South combined with Puhinui School to form a Barbarians Team. Because we were a mixed team we couldn't score any points from winning, but we still went out to compete. After 3 games, against Holy Cross, Kingsford and West, the team remained unbeaten. The final game was against North, who also hadn't lost a game. This was like the final to determine the best team. Both teams played a hard game of rugby. Unfortunately the South/Puhinui Team went down 3 tries to 2. We were, however, incredibly proud of all the boys from both schools. They played amazingly as a team and showed they were a team to be reckoned with. 



Term 2 Week 7
On Monday Xaviah got the PB4L award for being a good learner. On Wednesday was supposed to be the Winter Sports Tournament, but it was postponed to next Wednesday because of bad weather. On Thursday the Over 50kg boys played in a rugby tournament against other schools. In the afternoon of Thursday Room 22 presented their projects. They all presented nicely and it was good seeing each others projects.
By Group 4 (Prateek, Katerina, Riah and Xaviah)

Term 2 Week 6

This week Leaine got the PB4L award. We also had a sports exchange against Kingsford. The under 50's rugby team lost but the over 50's team won. In netball both A & B team lost. The A team for soccer lost but the B team for soccer won. In reading we have been reading non fiction texts, in writing we have been learning about explanation writing. In maths we have learnt lots of addition and subtraction strategies. 

By: Ramnik & Sylaan
Term 2 Week 4

Thursday 29th May - Against Papatoetoe North


RESULTS

Rugby Under 40 - drew 3 all

Rugby Under 50 - lost 11 - 2

Soccer A won - 4 - 1

Soccer B lost - 2 - 0

Netball Year 6 team - drew 2 all

Netball Year 5 team - lost 15 - 0


PLAYER OF THE DAY CERTIFICATES

Rugby - Laish Naidoo and Anthony Tui

Soccer - Robert Yalda and Andy Eir

Netball - Alavina Lolohea and Fessotaine Tuimauga

Fair Play - Rakshay and Teipo

Term 2 Week 3
Room 22s Learning this week:
Reading - We have been learning to answer different comprehension questions. We have been looking at different types of questions, such as ones that have the answer in the text and others that require some of our own thinking.
Writing - We have been learning to write explanations. These include a title, introduction, 3 main paragraphs and a conclusion.
Maths - We have been learning to tell time in both analogue and digital.
Concept - Sustainability - We have been learning about how the Christchurch Earthquake had effected the water in Christchurch, creating more flooding.
Next week we are looking forward to our assembly item - a slide show comparing Year 6 camp and Year 5 EOTC week.

Term 2 Week 2
This week many of our students took part in the first Winter sports exchange of the year against Papatoetoe West.

RESULTS

Rugby Under 40 won 3 - 1

Rugby Under 50 lost 6 - 1

Soccer A won 1 - 0

Soccer B won 2 - 0

Netball Year 6 team won 11 - 4

Netball Year 5 team lost 15 - 1

PLAYER OF THE DAY CERTIFICATES

Rugby - J-Star Taupau and Logan Rapata

Soccer - Darius Buillard and Ashwin Raju

Netball - Norah Smauel-Tangimetua and Faaui Ioka

Ballskills Fair Play - Mordecai Tahitahi

Term 2 Week 1
Welcome to school for term 2. This term our concept is Sustainability, and this week we have been looking at the water cycle, as this is an important part of sustainability. All of the children in room 22 worked well with their new learning groups, all getting over 1000 group points. Well done to group 5 who won by 100 points. In maths we have been learning multiplication and division strategies. Julius received the PB4L certificate this week. Next week we are looking forward to our first sports exchange of the term.

TERM ONE

At camp Prateek's favourite activity was the Mudslide. It's fun because when you jump in the water there is a big splash! The camp happened at Hugh Lambie Villiage in Papakura. The cabin I was in also had more people called Yash, Monish, Julius and Aryan. We went in a bus. We all went on the 1st of April at 9:30am. There were more activities to do at camp.

By Prateek & Yash & Dillan



In week nine the year 6's went to year 6 camp. They went to camp Adair. The parents that went were Rachel, Na, Ena, Andrew and Emma; and the teachers were Mr Williams, Miss Gouldstone, Miss Johnstone, Mrs Meyrick and Mrs Greenslade. The activates we did were the giants ladder, the pamper pole, the flying kiwi and the confidence corse. We went to camp Adair for educational learning. We went to camp Adair on a bus. We also went back to school on the same bus.
BY VAL, JORDAN AND KATERINA.




 Year 6 camp rocks

Week 9 was the best week of the year 6s. Rakshay's favorite activity was the mudslide because he made an excellent  poses in the air. Monish's favourite activity was the pamper pole because he made the closest jump to the trapeze.  Farhaan's favorite activity was the giant ladder because he went real high up.

By Rakshay, Farhaan, Monish



Our week at camp!
At camp I ( Ramnik) was working with Rosetta, Prateek , Norah, Login, Krisha and Nishika. Kelisha was working with Sahhar, Val, Togamau, Yash,  Chloe and Amelia. First my group did the confidence course, then the pamper pole, giants ladder, flying kiwi, scavenger hunt. Then we made pikelets, beverwax, burma trail. Last we did the mud slide. Then Kelisha's group first did the pamper pole,confident course then giants ladder, flying kiwi, scavenger hunt then we made pikeletes, beverwax, burma trail. Last we did the mud slide. I ( Ramnik) liked the confidence course and the giants ladder. Kelisha liked the confident course,  the mud slide and the pamper pole. Me and Kelisha loved camp Adair it was a fabulous  week we had losts of fun and we had amazing and wonderful days. Me and Kelisha got to make new friends and hang out with them. 
By Ramnik & Kelisha!!!! WE LOVE CAMP ADAIR!!!!!!!!!!! 


In week nine the year fives had a year five experience week. We had heaps of challenges that we had to face. Our achievements were rock climbing, golf, measuring the park, swimming and finding your way out of the maze. It was here because it was year five experience week. We did it with Mrs Greenslade, Miss Phillips, Miss Michelle, Miss Rita and also Miss Stone. It was at Papatoetoe South School. It was from Monday 31st March to Friday 4th of April, bye this is our amazing week of our year five experience week.By Leaine, Maddison, Malia.


Friday 11th April

Last week year 6 went to camp Adair on a bus.  Julius was in cabin 20 and Xaviah was in cabin 18.  Julius said the trapeze was the hardest challenge because it was scary.  Xaviah was nervous when he jumped off at the top but it was very exciting.  The favourite activities were the flying kiwi and the mudslide but the best was the confidence course.  Xaviah learnt to not be afraid of new challenges.  Julius learnt to work in a group and make friends.  
By Xaviah and Julius.



Term 1 Week 8 Friday 28th March 

It was a fabulous week. We have had some special visitors came to see our awesome learning. This week Krishal went to a special sports day competition named The Mount Roskill Interschool PARA Sports Day 2014 and came 1st twice and 2nd once. This week the PB4L award went the number one student Rakshay. Also this week we have been learning about 3D shapes and we took pictures of objects around the school that have 3D shapes. We are all really looking forward to camp and year 5 experience next week.

By Group 4 RakshayJaneeshaSylaanJoseph A and best for Krishal

Term 1 Week 7 Friday 21st March
This week in maths we have been learning about how shapes can piece together in a repeated pattern to create a tessellation. We even created own own individual shapes to make a tessellation. We have been reading non-fiction texts in reading this week and have been learning about how asking questions before, during and after we read can help us to understand the text better. For writing we all wrote a persuasive argument for whether children should have homework or not. Both the boys and girls school cricket competed against other schools on Tuesday - well done to the boys team who finished in the top four. The PB4L certificate this week in room 22 went to the top and numder one student in room 22 Prateek. This week we are looking forward to our visitors at school. 

Term 1 Week 6 Friday 14th March
Another busy week of learning in room 22. This week Malia got the PB4L award for being a responsible member of the class. In our PB4L lessons we have been focusing how speaking to each other with respect and using our manners. Kay from swim safe worked with us in swimming, where we have been learning to turn our heads to breath in freestyle. For Hauora our focus has been mental and spiritual health. This week we have been writing persuasive arguments for whether the school tuck shop should only sell healthy food.

Term 1 Week 5 Friday 7th March
This week Drayek got the PB4L award for a great effort with his homework. In maths for have been learning different strategies to solve addition and subtraction problems. For Hauora we have been looking at social and physical health.

Term 1 Week 4 Friday 28th February
This week Julius got the PB4L award. The Euros group learnt rounding and compensating in maths. We went swimming and focused on our arms in freestyle swimming. All of the year 5 and 6 did a STAR reading test. In our learning groups we working co-operatively to make a puzzle with a message on it for another group to solve - check out some of our photos in the media gallery. We continued our winter sports training on Thursday. As part of research study on physical activity and concentration we all did a colour reading test.
Group 2 and Mrs Greenslade

Term 1 Week 3 - Friday 21st February
What an amazing week we had - cricket, sports and singing with room 23. In out concept Hauora we learnt bout the four dimensions: physical, mental, spiritual and social. For Maths we learnt to play Yahtzee, it was fun. We learnt this game from Mrs Greenslade.
By Farhaan and Monish
Val received this weeks PB4L certificate.

Term 1 Week 2

What a week we had this week. We had senior singing and John got the PB4L award. We have been focusing on our concept - Hauora. For reading we have been hearing great stories from Mrs Greenslade and Miss Phillips. We  had a great week this week and now we are looking forward to Week 3.
By Leaine, Maddison, Kelisha and best for last Prateek

Friday 7th February

Wow Room 22. What a fantastic start to the year. I have had a wonderful first few days getting to know you. I am really impressed with how you are remembering the 3B's and setting very high standards with your learning and behaviour. I can't wait for the next few weeks to continue our learning journey together.
Mrs Greenslade

Wednesday 5th February

What we have learnt about Waitangi Day?
The they had an agreement in 1840 - Prateek
That's when Maori and English had an agreement/contract, and the all signed it - Sylaan
They signed it on 6th February 1840 - Val
Later on they had some land wars - Kelisha

Tuesday 4th February - Our First Day
How I am feeling on my first day......
* I feel excited (John)
* I was feeling nervous (Prateek)
* I am feeling happy (Riah)
* I feel proud about the class that I am in (Kelisha)
* I was excited to meet my new teacher (Drayek)
* I feel amazed that I am with you (Jordan)
* I feel nervous but I feel amazed now [Leaine]

Monday 3rd February
Dear Children in Room 22
School starts tomorrow, and I am filled with excitement and apprehension. I can't wait to get to know you all and work with you this year. There are lots of exciting things happening this year, Camp and year 5 experience, lots of sport, interesting concepts and a whole school production. I am looking forward to helping you with your learning, as you grow and develop your own individual skills.
Mrs Greenslade


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Resources:
Reading Activities
http://www.knowledgeadventure.com/subject/reading-games.aspx
http://resources.woodlands-junior.kent.sch.uk/literacy/
http://www.englishmedialab.com/cloze.html
http://eslus.com/LESSONS/READING/READ.HTM
http://www.studyladder.co.nz/learn/literacy
Maths Activities
http://www.yahtzee-game.com/
http://resources.woodlands-junior.kent.sch.uk/maths/
Sustainability
http://wwf.panda.org/about_our_earth/teacher_resources/project_ideas/
http://www.nationalgeographic.com/topics/category/environmental-issues/
http://www.mfe.govt.nz/publications/sus-dev/25-steps-towards-sustainability/page1.html
http://www.ypte.org.uk/environmental/sustainability/211
Discussions:
 
First Week at school
 
What is your favourite subject at School?
 
WHAT WE KIND OF LANGAUGE DO WE USE WHEN WE ARE ON OUR SCHOOL PAGES
 
What would you do if you got confused in maths?
 
THE SHEEP PIG
 
What is your favourite sport at school?
 
Non-Fiction Facts
 
Reading Strategies
 
Alice in Wonderland