Monday, 11 March 2019

Koru Designs

In Koru 3 last week, during our te reo Māori lesson, we learned about the meaning of our class name. In te reo, a koru often refers literally to the fern frond as it uncoils and grows. It is a symbol of many ideas, one of which means new life or growth.




When asked about our learning, students noted that after learning what koru means, they could draw it as new class logo. Others said that drawing helps them to learn and they enjoy it because it’s fun to draw.  Some students showed off their creativity by making their designs into koru necklaces.

*This blog was written with the help of Koru 3 students.

Year 6 Chisnallwood Taster Day

On Wednesday the Year 6's from our school went to Chisnallwood Intermediate School for a Taster Day. A taster day is when you visit a ne...