Term 1, Week 11 — School news, upcoming dates and notices
A Message from Hillary Team
It has been a busy start to the year in Hillary Team. We have been doing art, passion projects, inquiry and many more. We have had lots of challenges along the way and have had to push ourselves and take risks in our learning. We can’t wait for next term. We are looking forward to following more of our passions.
Term 1 Passion Projects
This term Hillary Team have been working on passion projects. These projects are topics we are passionate about and help us to extend our learning. We can work in a group or by ourselves. Passion projects are every Friday and we enjoy learning about our interests.
In our group we have been learning about holograms. The reason we wanted to learn about holograms for passion projects is because we we were interested in them and wanted to learn more. We made the holograms with a plastic bottle. Firstly we cut a bottle in half. Then using a computer we played a video with images and used the bottle to create the images above the computer.
By Keisha, Maddie and Georgia
This term our inquiry has been all about fairness. We have been learning about equity and equality. Equity is when people get stuff based on their needs for example, their was four pencils and three people. One person had two pencils all ready and the other two didn’t so that would get two each. Equality is when everyone gets the same for example, there are three people and three pencils everyone would get one pencil each.
For inquiry Ashton and Max are working on a school soccer team for competition we think it is unfair because heaps of people enjoy the sport and would want to play it for school.
By Freddie and Ashton
The Kohimarama Way – Commitment
Desire is the key to motivation, but its determination and commitment to an unrelenting pursuit of your goal – a commitment to excellence – that will enable you to attain the success you seek. Mario Andretti. Individual commitment to a group effort – that is what makes a team work, a company work, a society work, a civilization work. Vince Lombardi
Keeping Ourselves Safe – Parent Meeting Tuesday 8th May
Keeping Ourselves Safe [KOS] consists of a comprehensive range of child protection resources to help students learn and apply a range of safety skills that they can use when interacting with others. It is a Health Unit run in conjunction with NZ Police. To find out more of what your Child will be learning and have your questions answered we are inviting you to attend a parent information meeting to be held at Kohimarama School on Tuesday 8th May. Teachers and Constable Gordon will be there to outline the programme.
- 7.00-7.45pm Kiri and Cowley Team parents. We will meet in the School Library.
- 7.45-8.30pm Hilary and Snell Team parents. We will meet in Rooms 19 and 20.
Mega Magical Mystery Raffle
Limited number of tickets
Ticket $2.00 each
1 in 50 chances to win!!!
Fundraising for whole school production
Tickets for sale outside hall before and after school
From beginning of Week 1 Term 2
Until end of Week 1
or until all tickets sold, whichever comes first
Raffle drawn at first available assembly
Kohi Jellyfish (Y3-4) – 3rd in Year 3/4 Grade
- Semi-Final – Loss.
- Final – Win. Player of the Day: Xavier
Kohi Narwhals (Y5-6)
- Semi-Final – Loss. Player of the Day: Tilly
- Final – Loss. Player of the Day: Mischa
Kohi Stingrays (Y5-6) – Winners Year 5/6 A Grade
- Final-Win. Player of the Day: Team
HOLIDAY SOCCER with Billy Harris
Where: Orakei Domain, Okahu Bay
When: 16, 17, 18 April
Time: 9.00 am – 12.00 pm
Cost: $20 per day
What to bring: Boots or trainers, snack, drink, cap, rain jacket
To enrol: contact Billy on
or 027 279-9042